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Maven: No SCM URL was provided to perform the release from

 
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Hi,

I'm using Maven 3.0.3. I'm trying to perform a release but am getting the error …



I have included a connection and URL param as part of an scm inclusion. Below is the relevant snippet from my pom.xml …



Anyone know how I can cure the above problem and successfully perform a release? - Dave
 
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All the documentation I have read about release:perfom is that it works only with Subversion (I have never seen a non-Subversion example). So I suspect that it doesn't know how to deal with StarTeam.
 
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Peter Johnson wrote:All the documentation I have read about release:perfom is that it works only with Subversion (I have never seen a non-Subversion example). So I suspect that it doesn't know how to deal with StarTeam.



Actually, I'm pretty sure it works with CVS as well, but SVN is significant in that URL interfacing (via DAV) is one of the primary ways people deal with SVN so it comes more naturally.

If I'm not mistaken, however, the server protocol part of the module supports plug-ins. Which means that you'd need a StarTeam plugin. I don't know if one's already available, but with a little luck, at least you can find docs on how to write one.
 
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