5 Replies Latest reply on Mar 11, 2010 10:12 PM by Freeman(Yue) Fang

    Dependency on Maven

    rand1 Newbie



      We must deploy Fuse ESB on closed system with no remote or local maven repository access.


      Starting from the base distribution of 4.2.0-fuse-01-00, we wish to use the webconsole.


      In order for the following command to work:

          features:install webconsole

      we must have access to a maven repository so the ESB can access required dependencies such as:



      How can we accomplish not having Maven repo access AND allow installation of the webconsole via either the karaf console or on startup of the ESB?



        • 1. Re: Dependency on Maven
          Antonio Marin Cerezuela Newbie


          You can manually download the required files and install them, or copy the files to the local maven repository ~/.m2/repository/ (I'm not sure of the path in windows, but you can look for It easily)

          • 2. Re: Dependency on Maven
            Some Developer Newbie

            The local maven repository can be configured in the maven_install_dir/conf/settings.xml if you want to change the location of the local m2 repository on your file system.


            I'm not sure if you have some network shares/mounts available, but you could perform your builds on a machine that does have access to the public repositories. I assume that the webconsole is not the only thing you will need to install?


            Another option is to set a Nexus server url in the /etc/org.ops4j.pax.url.mvn.cfg file in the org.ops4j.pax.url.mvn.repositories property at the bottom.

            In that case your system is still closed, the nexus server is on your local network and it is the nexus server that access the public repositories, instead of your closed system.

            • 4. Re: Dependency on Maven
              rand1 Newbie

              We don't want Maven binaries or repositories existing on or accessible by the machine we install Fuse ESB on.


              We wish to have a self contained distribution of Fuse ESB with all immediate dependencies and optional dependencies (as defined by uninstalled features), custom components, and configuration modifications already included.


              Is there a folder in the Fuse ESB distribution we can dump these dependencies? Maybe that is what the \system folder is for? __shrug__


              We do have our dev env setup very similar to what you propose, but our customers will not.


              I know this probably mucks around a bit with fundamental concepts/behavior/principals, but thought I'd inquire anyway..



              • 5. Re: Dependency on Maven
                Freeman(Yue) Fang Master

                Yeah, put the artifacts into $SMX_HOME/system folder should be fine.