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

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RSS feeds discovering new artifacts in your repository

RSS has become the de facto standard with regard to news feeds and updates on the web. The Archiva community has seen how the project can take advantage of this current trend by providing RSS feeds for new artifacts in the repository. Projects that use or depend on specific libraries would be able to know when a new release is available or when there is a new build. This is especially useful when a project is dependent on a fix that would be available in the next release or in the next build.

Note

A Repository Observer role is required at least in order to subscribe to a feed in Archiva.

There are two levels of RSS feeds available in Archiva: repository level and artifact level. In the following ...

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