Introducing the Alfresco Artifacts Repository – yes, with Alfresco Enterprise :)

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  1. […] since I last touched Maven and I remembered it being pretty easy to use. I also remembered some chatter in Alfresco circles about an official Maven repository for Alfresco, so I decided to dig a little […]

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    1. You’ll have to use whatever mencihasm your OS provides to access remote directories. Assuming that you are under Windows, this means mapping the remote folder to some unused drive letter, such as Z:. The rest of the procedure would then be the same as what is described here.If that does not work on your system, you should consider installing a Maven proxy on your remote machine, such as Nexus or Artifactory. In fact, that would be the recommended way of doing it.

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