Proxy Oracle Maven repository using Artifactory by Christos Vezalis

Posted: February 25, 2016 in JDeveloper & ADF
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clip_image002Oracle have a Maven repository that hosts artifacts and maven plugins for ADF, WebLogic, SOA composites, Toplink, Coherence and other technologies. Repository is at http://maven.oracle.com. A short registration is required for use the repository. You need to login with your OTN account, read and accept the terms of use. Documentation for how to use the repository with JDeveloper and Hudson/Jenkins Continuous Integration (CI) you can find here:

As many developers and CI servers use the repository you download from Oracle repository the same artifacts several times. This is a slow process and can bottleneck the external lines. A more effective solution is to use a repository manager and proxy the Oracle Maven repository on the internal network. This way you will download only 1 time each artifact from Oracle Maven repository and speed up the build process on developer machine or on Continuous Integration Servers. Read the complete article here.

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