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problem with mvn deploy

 
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Hi,
I was going through the maven tutorial in apache site, maven in 5 minutes
I created a project 'my-app' using the command:
mvn archetype:create -DgroupId=com.mycompany.app -DartifactId=my-app

I packaged it using the command : mvn package. The result showed BUILD SUCCESSFUL.

When I try to deploy it using : mvn deploy, it throws an exception, which is given below:


The pom.xml file is like below:




I know the <distributionManagement> tag information i provided is wrong, especially the <url>. I don't know what should be value.

Can anybody help me with it?

Thanks in advance,
Teena
 
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Well, that depends where you are trying to deploy it to!
 
Teena Mariam
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Hi Martijn,
Thank you. But I didn't get your point.
I don't know the values to be given to the repository and snapshotRepository elements.
IS the url the location of the .jar file?

Regards,
Teena

 
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Hi Teena,

See the documentation Here basically it is specifynig where you are going to upload your artifact to, e.g. a local maven repository (Nexus, Artifactory etc) or perhaps a hosted repository out there on the internet (e.g. Central)
 
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Thanks. I added distributionManagement and gave the url after checking settings.xml.
My settings.xml


My pom.xml now :

When i package it it shows build succesful. when i try to deploy it throws error with return code 405.
The error is :


What is it that I am doing wrong?

Thanks,
Teena
 
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You'll need to talk to the people who run the Jboss repository, it'll be limited as to who can upload what. In general you won't need to upload artifacts to an external repo like this unless you are at the stage where your code is ready to share with hte world. For a more localised sharing you'll want to install something like Nexus or Artifactory, you then upload your artifacts to them and that can be shared across your local network etc.
 
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Okay, I got it. Thanks Martijn. My choice is Nexus.
Let me implement it and see if it works.

Thanks,
Teena
 
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No problems, Nexus is fairly popular so you'll be able to find assistance out there for it.
 
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