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From Brett Porter <br...@apache.org>
Subject Re: re-creating chechksum für POM-files
Date Tue, 16 Dec 2008 18:13:34 GMT
Yes, that's a limitation of the current scanning technique, as it  
doesn't know to process consumers that use a different criteria. We've  
been discussing some changes on the dev list that will rectify that in  
the future.

- Brett

On 16/12/2008, at 3:35 AM, Marc Lustig wrote:

>
> I don't understand why the file-date shall be an issue here. But  
> anyway, it
> seems to work after the touch.
>
>
> Marc Lustig wrote:
>>
>>
>> We had to manually modify several thousand POM-files in our Archiva  
>> repos.
>> (SVN-url had changed)
>> In order to avoid the warnings resulting from wrong-checksums, we  
>> deleted
>> all *.pom.md5 and *.pom.sha1 files. The idea was that Archiva will
>> autotmatically re-create them (based on the consumer
>> "create-missing-checksums", which is enabled).
>>
>> Unfortunately NO checksums are re-created during repo-scan.
>> This is a big problem, since the our projects would build anymore.
>>
>> Anybody has experience re-creating checksums?
>> Will it only be re-created if ALL checksums for a given artifact are
>> missing? Hence, do we need to delete all checksums in order to let  
>> them
>> re-created by Archiva repo-scan?
>>
>
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Brett Porter
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