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Apache Maven 2 Effective Implementation by Maria Odea Ching, Brett Porter

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Hooking up Maven with Archiva

We discussed deployment and local proxy repositories above. Let's get our hands dirty and do some proxying.

Setting up a proxy

Although Archiva can work with different types of clients, we will be mainly using Maven 2 in our examples.

We have learned in the previous sections that there are already managed and remote repositories configured by default in Archiva. We didn't know it earlier but the repository snapshots is intended to be a deployment repository where we deploy our artifacts (we will learn how to do this in the later part of this chapter) while repository internal is intended to be a proxy repository. How do we know this? If we go to the Proxy Connectors page, we will see the internal repository and underneath ...

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