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From "Chris Helck" <>
Subject Can Archiva promote a jar?
Date Wed, 23 Jan 2008 18:26:26 GMT

I'd like to have two managed repos: internal and certified. The internal
is used by developers and is wide open to the web. The certified repo is
tightly controlled. I'd like a limited set of users to be able to
promote a set of poms/jars from the internal repo to the certified repo.
Can this be done? Can it be done easily?

Example: A new version of commons-lang comes out (say version 3.8) and
developers modify their poms to use it. It gets uploaded to the internal
repo and everything is ok. When development makes a release, the
certification group promotes the new commons-lang pom/jar to their repo
and do a certified build against it. If the cert group does not promote
the pom/jar then the build fails.

Christopher Helck

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