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Third party jars and adding them in bitbucket

 
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I have third party jars in my C:\folderName and I am hardcoding each dependency as below in local



Q1)How can I do same in bit bucket?.How can I replace this path with bitbucketpath?
 
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Bit Bucket is source control. You need a binary repository manager like Nexus or Artifactory to be able to pull the jar.
 
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