I'm a complete n00b. I've searched everything I can find online and really
have not been able to find anything other that it should be dead simple to
import! And because of that, I'm having a hard time finding help for when it
doesn't I think.
I have no doubt that this is due to my lack of knowledge with Maven,
Artifactory, and Nexus. I just don't know what to do to fix it. The old
machine has Maven and points to a Nexus repository. My understanding is that
the Maven cache in the .m2 folder should be a Maven-structured repository,
and I should be able to import from it?
I have rsynch transfered the entire .m2 directory; I've tried pointing to
that root folder, to subfolders such as repository/org or repository/com,
zipping it, zipping it at different levels, etc. I've tried taking one item
out, so repository/org/oneLibrary/.... and importing it from multiple
different places in the file name.
Here is a snippet of the .m2 directory, looking only at antlr:
| +- antlr
| | |
| | + antlr/2.7.7/ jars, pom, sha1
| +- org
| | |
| | +- antlr
| | | |
| | | +- antlr-runtime/3.1.3/ pom & sha1, no jars
So, I'm wondering, is this actually supporting the Maven2 layout? It looks
like there are jars that are not falling in the org.package format. Does the
above not match the import layout format from here?
http://www.jfrog.com/confluence/display/RTF/Importing+and+Exporting As far
as I can tell, it does.
In Artifactory, I've enabled the Verbose log, which I know redirects to the
import-export log and is supposed to provide more information. All that it
says is no repositories found. I'm at a loss as to where to point or what to
do. Any help is greatly appreciated.
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