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From Gang Liu <>
Subject RE: How can I easily to deploy jar into Archiva Without Maven
Date Fri, 16 Sep 2011 06:51:15 GMT
Hi Brett:

Thanks for you reply, I have finished a very simple version of uploader.

the md5, sha1 files and pom file will be created and uploaded. And also the metadata.xml file
will be updated.

It seems work fine now. 

Best Regards
Beijing Talend
Skype:  gang.liu.talendbj
Phone:  +86 13146181923

-----Original Message-----
From: Brett Porter [] On Behalf Of Brett Porter
Sent: Friday, September 16, 2011 9:48 AM
Subject: Re: How can I easily to deploy jar into Archiva Without Maven

On 15/09/2011, at 7:10 PM, Gang Liu wrote:

> Hi Olivier:
> Thanks for your quickly response and Sure, I will fill the issue.
> And BTW. If I want to write an upload action by myself, I have to provider all related
files, for example, the pom.xml, *.sha1, *.md5, and update Maven-metadata.xml, right?
> There's any way to make these can be done from Archiva side?

You're able to just push those files over HTTP - there's no need for another "REST" action
for that.

Archiva will generate the .sha1, .md5 and maven-metadata.xml files if you have that setting
turned on in the consumers page (create missing checksums and update metadata).

To do a generated POM more like the upload form, that's where a separate service might be
useful - though it's not very hard to come up with a generated POM file to push on your end
either - if you do an upload on the Archiva form you'll see the format it expects.

- Brett

Brett Porter

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