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From Bryan Pendleton <bpendle...@amberpoint.com>
Subject Re: Building the 3.0.0 tag from svn using mvn (was JUDDI-306...)
Date Tue, 10 Nov 2009 18:18:15 GMT
Hi Kurt,

Editing the word SNAPSHOT out of juddi-tomcat/bootstrap/pom.xml didn't
seem to help; I still get the error about being unable to access
org.apache.juddi:juddi-parent:pom:3.0.0.SNAPSHOT during the Tomcat packaging.

I also found the word SNAPSHOT in juddi-console/uddi-portlets/uddi-portlets.launch,
but editing it out of that file didn't help, either.

However, I *was* able to build just the juddi-core POM using Maven, so for
the purposes of verifying that I can use the fix for JUDDI-306, I should be
able to make progress that way.

But it would be really nice to figure out if I just have some sort of configuration
error in my environment, or if it's just not possible to build the 3.0 tag
from subversion.

I suppose the next thing I should try is to checkout the trunk, and see if I
can successfully build it using my Maven installation?

Are there Maven "debug" settings that I can configure which would give me
more information about where the SNAPSHOT reference is coming from?



Kurt T Stam wrote:
> Bryan Pendleton wrote:
>>> Can you do a find to see if any pom is referencing 3.0.0.SNAPSHOT? It 
>>> really should be referencing 3.0.0.
>> Hi Kurt,
>> The SNAPSHOT reference appears to be in juddi-tomcat/bootstrap/pom.xml
>> (http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/webservices/juddi/tags/juddi-3.0.0/juddi-tomcat/bootstrap/pom.xml?view=markup)

>> Should I try editing out the word "SNAPSHOT" from this file and see
>> if that resolves my build problem?
>> thanks,
>> bryan
> Yes please, that target is only used to get tomcat-6 into our repos, so 
> that we can use it for our builds.
> There is not need to run this target itself.

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