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    Maven Driver Repository

    Database drivers should be in a repository. Currently that is To see where drivers are expected look at pom.xml. Then put them into the repo (probably required for commercial drivers only).


    To put files in a repo you have to use the maven deploy:deploy-file mojo/whatever. Use a command like this below and tune parameters as specified in the the testsuite/pom.xml. For the url you can use scp and ftp also.


     mvn deploy:deploy-file -Durl=file://<path to repo> -Dfile=<file> -DartifactId=ojdbc14 -Dversion= -Dpackaging=jar -DgeneratePom=true 


    Then you have to modify user's settings.xml file so repo is known to maven. For more information look at HowToSetupHudsonMavenRepositories.


    The testsuite


    You have to specify a profile and soem parameters to have a particular database tested. Run maven with -P.