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  • Using Spring Boot on a Closed Network

    I'm very interested in being able to use Spring Boot, but I'm at a road block at work. I have to work in a closed network, with no internet access. Spring Boot is heavily dependent (or wholly dependent?) on Maven and Gradle, and I can't find any references on how to use Boot without those build tools.

    One thought I had was to create a local Nexus repository for Maven, but I'm still restricted by that closed network, so I would have to manually download each and every dependency, and then again if I wanted an updated jar or file. That kind of defeats the purpose of Maven.

    I was wondering how you might create a simple boot application in an offline and closed Network without the use of Maven or Gradle?

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      reposted to stackoverflow here: