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  • Maven repository location?

    Hi guys,

    Are the Spring Integration release candidates being released to a Maven repository somewhere? I've tried searching the threads but URLs don't seem to be working. An updated repository (e.g. RC release artifacts and nightly snapshot artifacts) would make it really easy to track development in SI for those of us on Maven.

    Of course, I understand that putting out snapshot artifacts can be a pain in the neck without some sort of continuous integration. But even RC release artifacts would help.


  • #2
    This thread should provide the information you need:

    If not, feel free to post additional questions here.


    • #3
      Thanks. I had tried those URLs in a browser but got NoSuchKey errors back and assumed they didn't work. I've just tried using them through Maven and they do work; sorry about that.

      Is the correct URL to use for browsing the repositories? There's no sign of any SI artifact newer than M3 on there.

      PS. Can we add the snippet below to a FAQ somewhere, to help the next guy who tries to Google for the repository URLs? And the URL to browse them from too.



      • #4
        This is the correct URL for browsing:

        Notice that the URL changed when the artifacts were moved to the SpringSource Enterprise Bundle Repository between the M4 and M5 releases.

        I will add a link/page to the Spring Integration home ( that contains this info.



        • #5
          complete POM for samples

          You can get a complete POM for the samples here. It includes the repos along with the dependencies that are needed by the samples.

          Unless you enjoy spelunking through dozens of incomplete snippets here and there and cobbling one together for yourself then running to find you're missing something else yet again.