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Configure Hudson to build from Eclipse local worspace

Prash Negu
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Hi,

I am exploring certain features in Hudson with local maven projects in Eclipse. How do i configure Hudson maven jobs to point to local maven poms to build (no repository)?

Thanks,
Prashant
Peter Johnson
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Maven will always use the local repository on the build machine, so if your JARs are already in that repository, that is what it will use.

Other than that, your question is somewhat confusing. Are you saying that you want a Maven build on one machine to access a local repository on another machine?

It might also help if you told us exactly what problem you are trying to fix - perhaps there is a better way to accomplish what you want to do.


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