Previously we have talked about how to work with Apache Ivy and Artifactory.
The next thing i would like to share is to publish your built .jar file to Artifactory.
1. Login to Artifactory web portal and create a new repository, click on the Admin tab and select Repository on the left menu side bar.
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Like Maven, we could setup a repository server for better dependency management. So instead of connecting to the public repository, we want our Apache Ivy project links to our repository server, i have already setup the Artifactory repository server in my local machine. Let’s continue with the project we created yesterday.
1. Add the ivysettings.xml location in the build.xml.
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Maven is my favourite Java project management tool. But for legacy Java projects which you have to stick to use Apache Ant, you can consider Apache Ivy.
Apache Ivy installation is simple, download the binary, extract the ivy.jar to your ANT_HOME/lib.
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