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Lesson Category: 102

IDE Plugins

Getting Started In this section, we’ll discuss the differences and review which IDEs are supported by Sonatype and what is available even if you don’t have an IQ Server license. Objectives By the end this lesson, you will be able to: List the IDEs that require an IQ Server license Identify which IDE works best for …

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Course Summary

Congratulations! You have successfully mastered the tasks required to perform a local install of NXRM3 OSS. This includes downloading, setting up, and testing a sample application that pulls components from a public repository (all locally.) For the purpose of this module, we used the example of NXRM3 OSS, proxying Maven components, hosting local components, and creating …

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Summary – Lesson 3

You have completed Lesson 3.  You are now able to: Understand the general purpose and capabilities of a repository group. Recognize the need for a repository group.  Demonstrate how to create a repository group via the Maven group recipe.  Demonstrate how to download components from the Central Repository through the repository group.  Demonstrate how to …

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Lab Exercise

The following use case provides an opportunity for you to create proxy and hosted repositories for a simple Maven project, build it through a snapshot-to-releases lifecycle, and consolidate all components into a repository group. Scenario Background You are an administrator with several teams requesting components directly from Maven Central. Challenge Lag time and duplications of …

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Summary – Lesson 2

You have completed Lesson 2.  You are now able to: Define the use of Maven and the Central repository. Install and configure Maven. Describe the need for proxy repositories. Identify the steps to create and populate a caching proxy repository in the Maven format. Explain how hosted repositories are used. Create  maven-snapshots and maven-releases hosted repositories.

Configuring Group Repositories

Objectives By the end of this lesson, you will be able to: Understand the general purpose and capabilities of a repository group. Recognize the need for a repository group.  Demonstrate how to create a repository group via the Maven group recipe.  Demonstrate how to download components from the Central Repository through the repository group.  Demonstrate …

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Summary – Lesson 1

You have completed Lesson 1.  You are now able to: Download the latest version of NXRM. Unpack the archive and start the NXRM. Sign in and complete the setup wizard to update security defaults. Sign out and shut down the repository.

Maven Proxy Repositories

Objectives By the end of this lesson, you will be able to: Define the use of Maven and the Central repository. Install and configure Maven. Describe the need for proxy repositories. Identify the steps to create and populate a caching proxy repository in the Maven format. Explain how hosted repositories are used. Create maven-snapshots and maven-releases hosted repositories. About Maven Apache Maven …

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Welcome to NXRM Basic Installation and Setup

Repository managers are essential to modern software development. They are used by professionals such as system administrators, developers, engineers, and security experts. Nexus Repository helps your teams become more efficient and collaborative. It also offers multiple avenues for creating custom workflows and mastering automated software production. Questions for Reflection Before getting started, consider the questions and …

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