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From Benson Margulies <bimargul...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Referencing a parent POM without relativePath
Date Fri, 23 Nov 2012 16:22:01 GMT
Why don't you think that Maven will fish out a disconnected parent
from Nexus? Many builds all over depend on this behavior.

You just name the G/A/V and no relativePath, and Maven will download
just as it would a dependency.

If this isn't working for you we'd need more information to diagnose.




On Fri, Nov 23, 2012 at 10:30 AM, Eric Kolotyluk
<eric.kolotyluk@gmail.com> wrote:
> I am playing around with getting our Corporate POM process working
> correctly, but running into problems.
>
> I have things configured so that people need to reference it without using
> <relativePath>blah</relativePath> because I want them to get it from the
> repository and not from Perforce. In particular, I don't want to force
> people to make their project POM dependent on some arbitrary place that the
> Corporate POM is mapped from source control.
>
> This works well if the Corporate POM is already in the local repository,
> but fails completely if it is not in the local repository. Even when the
> Corporate POM is in Nexus, Maven will not look there for it. Is there
> something I can put in the settings.xml that will force Maven to get the
> Corporate POM from Nexus?
>
> Currently people are forced to 'seed' their local repository with the
> Corporate POM, which is really a hassle.
>
> What do other people do who have a top level or Corporate POM for all their
> projects?
>
> Cheers, Eric

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