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I am trying to get my jar to be distributed to my dev environment by running maven locally.

My pom looks like

<name>Dev Repository</name>

and my settings.xml looks like:

I get this error when using mvn deploy

[ERROR] Failed to execute goal org.apache.maven.plugins:maven-deploy-plugin:2.5:deploy (default-deploy) on project mavenproject1: Failed to deploy artifacts: Could not transfer artifact from/to fndsdevmaven (http://localhost:8000/fndsdevmaven/): Failed to transfer file: http://localhost:8000/fndsdevmaven/za/co/das/maven/mavenproject1/1.1-SNAPSHOT/mavenproject1-1.1-20120313.083646-1.jar. Return code is: 405 -> [Help 1]

Any help will be appreciated?

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Which repository manager are you running? Nexus? Artifactory? The repository URL looks suspicious, it doesn't look like a typical Nexus repository location.

Based on the artifact version, I suspect that you are attempting to deploy a SNAPSHOT. I suspect that the repository you are deploying it to is not a snapshot repository (you cannot deploy snapshot to a "release" repository), hence the 405 error.
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