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From "Michael Horwitz" <>
Subject Re: Use archiva as simple proxy
Date Mon, 25 Jun 2007 09:28:44 GMT
To get this working on our setup, I had to add the repository observer role
for each managed repository to the guest user (there should be one by


On 6/25/07, MATHUS Baptiste <> wrote:
> Hi all,
> Is it possible to just disable authentication. I'd like to use archiva as
> a very simple proxy, just as "maven-proxy" does. Am I forced to declared a
> guest user for this?
> My only wish at the moment is to be able to configure archiva to act as a
> unified proxy for external resources + corporate ones that I would put in
> another dir (then from archiva clients, these resources would just be
> presented unifiedly).
> I chose archiva because of the additional search features, but I would
> really like to disable authentication. I also chose this software because I
> may have to use some more advanced features in the future, so I hope I will
> be able to keep on using archiva at this time instead of looking for another
> product (as I would have had to do with maven-proxy, for example).
> Thanks a lot.
> --
> Baptiste MATHUS -
> Systèmes & Méthodes
> MIPIH - Midi Pyrénées Informatique Hospitalière

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