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From "Qian, Yi" <>
Subject Re: build archiva from source code
Date Fri, 18 Feb 2011 22:31:54 GMT
Hello, Brent

I only applied patch to archiva. So I applied the patch to redback-1.2.5
tag version which is used by archiva-1.3.3.

Other patches were fine, but AssignmentsAction and AssignmentsActionTest
in redback-integrations/redback-struts2 were already in updated status and
I had to remove them from patch. Maven build failed due to the test fail.

I checked out redback-1.2.4 tag version, applied patch without any problem
and build successfully.

I attached test output file



On 2/18/11 12:11 PM, "Brent Atkinson" <> wrote:

>I can't help you with MyEclipse, but to use the patch you have to apply
>redback patch (to the right version of redback - the one used by your
>version of archiva), build it. Then you need to apply the archiva patch
>build archiva. The archiva patch actually includes a small bit of spring
>configuration needed to pass certain tests.
>Could you could send the test output from those test failures? It should
>available in the target/surefire-reports directory.
>On Fri, Feb 18, 2011 at 12:28 PM, Qian, Yi <> wrote:
>> Hello, Brent
>> Per you suggestion, I applied REDBACK-266 patch onto archiva source code
>> checked out from svn repository and imported to my eclipse as existing
>> maven project, and run maven packaging inside MyEclipse, I got following
>> error
>> Compilation failure
>> /home/yqian/Workspaces/MyEclipse
>>[713,33] cannot access ProxyConnectorConfiguration
>> class file for ProxyConnectorConfiguration not found
>>            java.util.Collections.sort( connectors,
>> I also tried to check out archiva 1.3.3 tag version and manually applied
>> patch, but maven packaging got me unit test failure
>> Tests in error:
>> ClonerTest)
>> st)
>> Tests run: 11, Failures: 0, Errors: 2, Skipped: 0
>> [INFO]
>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> [INFO]
>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------
>> [INFO] There are test failures.
>> Regards,
>> Yi
>> On 2/15/11 11:07 AM, "Brent Atkinson" <> wrote:
>> >An admin user is required to exist in whatever authentication source
>> >you've
>> >configured. If there isn't such a user, archiva will ask you to create
>> >one.
>> >Setting it to your account satisfies this admin user check. I
>>developed a
>> >patch for redback that allows you to create hardwired utility accounts
>> >when
>> >you can't or don't want to pollute the LDAP tree. It hasn't been
>> >integrated
>> >yet, mostly because I wanted to get feedback on it and because it
>> >both archiva and continuum configurations. The issue is REDBACK-266 if
>> >you're interested in trying it out. Any feedback you can give will be
>> >appreciated. Just comment on the issue.

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