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Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 38 Star 1 Fork 0 pivotalservices/artifactory-resource Code Issues 5 Pull requests 0 Projects Try JIRA - bug tracking software for your team. Then the second artifact > is published successfully but its associated POM is not published and the > build fails: > [ivy:publish] DEPRECATED: 'ivy.conf.file' is deprecated, use > 'ivy.settings.file' instead > But I think that the cache settings are also only important for resolving and not for publishing. Source

Deliver compliance at lower cost and gain new business insights. On the artifactory server, i see the following in consoleout.log 2008-03-21 12:03:50,424 [ERROR] (RepoFilter.java:151) - Upload request failed java.lang.RuntimeException: Failed to save resource '{libs-releases:com/ca/caps/caps-aggregator/1.0/caps-aggregator-1.0.war.md5}'. at org.artifactory.jcr.JcrHelper.doInSession(JcrHelper.java:215) at org.artifactory.repo.JcrRepo.saveResource(JcrRepo.java:391) ... 24 more Caused by: java.lang.RuntimeException: Failed to acquire node lock on '/repositories/libs-releases/com/ca/caps' after 60 retries. I suppose the correct fix here is not to give a right name but to eliminate this particular deployment - why it deploys fresh 1.9-SNAPSHOT at all? https://www.jfrog.com/jira/browse/RTFACT-224

However, we have encounteredan odd issue with Ivy publish.When publishing two separate artifacts in the same build, the firstartifactand its associated POM are published successfully. JFrog JIRA | Nayan Hajratwala | 9 years ago 0 mark When I am deploying my application via "mvn release:perform", I get this error message on the client: ... [INFO] [deploy:deploy] Or wait for a while ... © stack.aiseen.org - Advanced Neural Machine Translation System. Please verify yourPOMcontent for correctness and make sure the source path is a valid Mavenrepository root path.

However, we have encounteredan odd issue with Ivy publish.When publishing two separate artifacts in the same build, the first artifactand its associated POM are published successfully. However, when we looked in Artifactory at the contents of the second POM file (ICSServicesUtilities) it contained the same exact contents as the first POM file (ICSServicesClient) which is incorrect. Some files might have been incorrectly imported - Please remove them manually. > at org.artifactory.maven.MavenUtils.validatePomTargetPath(MavenUtils.java:145) > at org.artifactory.jcr.JcrHelper.importStream(JcrHelper.java:362) > at org.artifactory.repo.JcrRepo$9.doInJcr(JcrRepo.java:374) > ... 30 more > THis seems related to http://www.jfrog.org/jira/browse/RTFACT-152 However, the contents of that second POM file was not correct as Ivy changed the contents before the file was uploaded.

Some files might have been incorrectly imported - Please remove them manually. However it always happens that eventually nodes will become locked again for some unknown reason and prevent deployment and I am always forced to restart. {noformat} [] 2007-07-19 22:40:46,239 DEBUG NodeLock.lock(74) No, thanks Grokbase › Groups › Ant › ivy-user › February 2014 FAQ Badges Users Groups [Ivy-user] Artifactory Publish Failure RickbryantFeb 13, 2014 at 5:11 am Ivy Users,We recently completed integration https://sourceforge.net/p/artifactory/mailman/message/1742870/ Normally, one ivy.xml file should correspond with one published pom.xml file, and you have ivy-tasks to convert/publish your ivy.xml as a pom.xml.

I've got a dependency in one of my app's pom.xml like the following: org.activequant activequant-p2 1.3-SNAPSHOT I deployed an activequant-p2-1.3-SNAPSHOT.jar to my 'ext-local-snapshot' repository. Parent pom fails to deploy. I understand that I can withdraw my consent at any time. I was testing maven release build on some test project.

What is the exact command you are running? 3. Free Software Download: http://p.sf.net/sfu/splunk-dev2dev _______________________________________________ Artifactory-users mailing list [hidden email] https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/artifactory-users ------------------------------------------------------------------------------ Index, Search & Analyze Logs and other IT data in Real-Time with Splunk Collect, index and harness all the With Artifactory, this results in asking for the POM from repo1 (which is configured by default). Note: names have been changed above to protect the innocent.

Deliver compliance at lower cost and gain new business insights. this contact form We did verify that the contents of > the two POM files we created had different contents so it appears that Ivy > changed the contents of the second POM file Show Yoav Landman added a comment - 21/Aug/07 10:38 PM This is actually a problem with the pom hosted on repo1. Offer expires > February 28th, so secure your free ArcSight Logger TODAY! > http://p.sf.net/sfu/arcsight-sfd2d > _______________________________________________ > Artifactory-users mailing list > [hidden email] > https://lists.sourceforge.net/lists/listinfo/artifactory-users > > -- View this message

find similars org.artifactory.jcr org.artifactory.repo org.artifactory.jcr org.artifactory.repo org.artifactory.engine 0 0 mark When I am deploying my application via "mvn release:perform", I get this error message on the client: ... [INFO] [deploy:deploy] altDeploymentRepository Hence my suspicion that > I > have the file in the wrong place. > > I've tried locating the artifact at > artifactory/ext-releases-local2/org/apache/ant/ant-contrib/1.0b3/ivy.xml > and > at ext-releases-local2/org/apache/ant/ant-contrib/1.0b3/ivy.xml on my Thanks, Rick David Weintraub Reply | Threaded Open this post in threaded view ♦ ♦ | Report Content as Inappropriate ♦ ♦ Re: Artifactory Publish Failure We had the have a peek here The module name in the ivy.xml should match the artifactId of your pom.xml file Marc De Boeck at Feb 13, 2014 at 9:04 pm ⇧ What does your resolver (of artifactory-snapshot-uploads)

If you agree to our use of cookies, please close this message and continue to use this site. How should i deploy the artifact in my artifactory or configure my pom.xml to fix this problem? With Artifactory, this results in asking for the POM from repo1 (which is configured by default).

at org.artifactory.jcr.NodeLock.lock(NodeLock.java:89) at org.artifactory.jcr.NodeLock.lock(NodeLock.java:40) at org.artifactory.jcr.JcrHelper.getOrCreateFolderNode(JcrHelper.java:467) at org.artifactory.jcr.JcrHelper.createPath(JcrHelper.java:225) at org.artifactory.repo.JcrRepo$8.doInJcr(JcrRepo.java:402) at org.artifactory.repo.JcrRepo$8.doInJcr(JcrRepo.java:393) at org.artifactory.jcr.JcrHelper.doInSession(JcrHelper.java:211) ... 25 more Other jar files deploy fine during the release process, so I'm thinking it might

I've tried this with a few different configs including specifying a greater -Xmx for the artifactory process and including 50 in artifactory.config.xml Nothing seems to work. Please verify your POMcontent for correctness and make sure the source path is a valid Mavenrepository root path. They recommended we disable POM validation on the > repository and then republish the artifacts. Hide Permalink Steven G Brown added a comment - 2014/May/22 10:18 AM - edited The Jenkins Artifactory Plugin 2.2.2 contains the above fix, but I cannot test this release until HAP-489

Server: Artifactory/2.3.1 Content-Length: 0 I am using Artifactory version 2.3.1 (rev. 12714) snippet from artifactory.log: ----- 2011-02-22 10:16:46,754 [pool-1-thread-20] [WARN ] (o.a.c.x.EntityResolvingContentHandler:122) - Received the following error during xml parsing: 'Content The webgui was able to deploy the artifacts. I have no idea what is causing the locks but it keeps happening. Check This Out This change makes multi-module Maven builds act the same way.

However, when we lookedin Artifactory at the contents of the second POM file (ICSServicesUtilities)it contained the same exact contents as the first POM file(ICSServicesClient) which is incorrect.