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From "Qian, Yi" <yq...@ku.edu>
Subject Re: authentication against LDAP
Date Tue, 15 Feb 2011 20:11:28 GMT
Hello, Wendy

Yes, you are right, we are using maven to pull the artifacts from our
local archiva repository. But most of developers are using eclipse maven
plugin, not the command, is there a way to force them login first time
when they run maven task in eclipse? Or this is the question for eclipse
maven plugin?

Regards,

Yi


On 2/15/11 1:37 PM, "Wendy Smoak" <wsmoak@gmail.com> wrote:

>On Tue, Feb 15, 2011 at 2:28 PM, Qian, Yi <yqian@ku.edu> wrote:
>> 3. Following is my settings.xml in ~/.m2/ folder, which has my login
>> credential in it, my question is I would like to avoid put even
>>encrypted
>> credential in a file, there is a way to force user login when using
>> archiva, but also keep the login alive for some time period?
>
>I'm guessing, but it sounds like you'd want it to work like sudo,
>where it prompts for your password the first time you do something,
>and then 'remembers' for a while.
>
>So:
>$mvn install
>... prompt for repository password...
>...build continues...
>$mvn install
>... build runs without prompting...
>
>Nothing to do with the web interface, just Maven connecting to
>retrieve artifacts, right?
>
>If that's not it, please explain what you mean by "using Archiva".
>
>-- 
>Wendy


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