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From Anders Hammar <and...@hammar.net>
Subject Re: How to ignore dependencies while deploy
Date Wed, 28 Jan 2015 21:16:32 GMT
mvn deploy:deploy-file
is probably what you're looking for. You need to specify jar and pom file
to deploy through command line arguments.

/Anders (mobile)
Den 28 jan 2015 20:37 skrev "Devireddy, Nagendra" <
nagendra.devireddy@sap.com>:

> I have a list of  in-house prebuilt jars , which I need to deploy to a
> local repo, And when I deploy, its cribbing about the dependencies, as the
> dependencies are only compile time, I should not have to upload them, But
> when I run mvn deploy, its throwing an error saying dependencies are not
> available in repo. Is there any way to ignore the dependencies and upload
> the jars.
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> Thanks,
> Nagendra
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