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How do I create a private Maven repository on S3 from jar not .java file?-Exceptionshub

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Questions:

I want to create a private Maven repository using AWS S3 from jar, because I must control a jar which is not registered Maven Central.

I searched the way to do that by google, but I could only search the way to create from a .java file by using Maven or Gradle like this(https://medium.com/@JacobASeverson/s3-maven-repositories-and-gradle-911c25cebeeb).

How do I create a private Maven repository on S3 from jar?

How to&Answers:

You will need an artifactory with a private repository, the quickest way to do this is with jfrog-artifactory-amazon-ec2

You can then add your private artifacts in a private repository (see creating a repository)

Then you can create a virtual repository which will combine maven from the internet and your private repository.

Use this virtual repository in you settings.xml, it will see both private and public artifacts.