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From "Allison, Bob" <>
Subject RE: Need Some Basic Help, I Think
Date Tue, 03 Oct 2006 11:01:36 GMT
I downloaded the WAR file from the apache snapshot repository dated
16-Aug-2006 and it seems to be working better.  I'm not sure if it is
because I have two managed repositories ("release" and "snapshot") or if
it is because I have been restarting Tomcat after every configuration
change (that seems to be the only way to make the change take effect).

Next basic question:  How do I get Archiva to log but ignore checksum
problems?  I am unable to build the project site because of a checksum
mismatch on the project-info plugin's maven-metadata.xml file.

-----Original Message-----
From: Mohni, Daniel [] 
Sent: Tuesday, October 03, 2006 01:33
Subject: RE: Need Some Basic Help, I Think

Hello Bob

tryed a setup like yours with the daily build from yesterday, and
this looks fine here when I try this url 


my proxied repository to ibiblio is named 'maven_release'

did you also try this url on your system

you need the name of the repository to identify where to search
for artifacts



> -----Original Message-----
> From: Allison, Bob [] 
> Sent: Monday, October 02, 2006 11:30 PM
> To:
> Subject: Need Some Basic Help, I Think
> I am trying to get Archiva to work, and am having problems I can't
> solve.  I am hoping that someone can see what I am doing 
> wrong and help
> me get this working.  I had downloaded the source and built it at the
> end of August, but am just trying to get it working.  (I am currently
> downloading the current code in case that has something to do with my
> problems.)
> I installed a new Tomcat 5.5 instance (running on
> "") and deployed the web application to it as
> "/archiva".  I created just one managed repository named "remote".  I
> added one proxied repository named "central" with a URL of
> "".  In my settings.xml file, I defined a
> mirror of "central" with a URL of
> "" (I have also tried adding
> "/remote" to the end of the URL).
> Every time I try to build something in Maven with the mirror defined
> (and no local repository), I get a build failure because no 
> plugins can
> be found.  The build works fine if the mirror to central is 
> not defined.
> If I try to access
> "
> ns/maven-m
> etadata.xml" in my browser, I get a 404 error.  If I access
> "
> metadata.x
> ml" in my browser, I get the XML file.
> Anybody got an idea of what I am doing wrong?
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