Oracle Developer Cloud Service Local Maven Repository and Oracle Maven Repository


If your project utilizes Oracle libraries you can configure Oracle Maven repository under Configure Buil Job|Environment with your OTN credentials.

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If your project utilizes other Oracle libraries you can upload them to the project’s local Maven reposository.

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In additio must update your pom with references to the local maven repo such as:

    <repositories>

        <repository>

            <id>maven.oracle.com</id>

            <releases>

                <enabled>true</enabled>

            </releases>

            <snapshots>

                <enabled>false</enabled>

            </snapshots>

            <url>https://maven.oracle.com</url>

            <layout>default</layout>

        </repository>

        <repository>

            <id>SCFCOT_repo</id>

            <name>SCFCOT Maven Repository</name>

            <url>https://developer.em2.oraclecloud.com/profile/developerxxxxx-a4xxxxx/s/developerxxxxx-axxxx_scfcot_xxxx/maven/</url>

        </repository>        

    </repositories>
This settings can help you solve issues such as:

[FATAL] Non-resolvable parent POM for com.xxx:yyy:0.0.1-SNAPSHOT: Could not find artifact com.oracle.weblogic.archetype:wls-common:pom:12.2.1-2-0 in central (https://repo.maven.apache.org/maven2) and ‘parent.relativePath’ points    at  no local POM @ line xxx, column yyy

 

Enjoy 😉

IT

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