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Lesson Tag: Lesson 4

Lesson 4 Demo and Test Course – Private

Objectives By the end of this lesson, you will be able to: Objective Statement One Objective Statement Two Objective Statement Three Add / Remove as needed <Heading Title> Content for heading ^^^ <Heading Title> Content for heading ^^^ add and remove as needed Review this video to…

Lesson 4 Title NXRMADMIN100

By the end of this lesson, you will be able to: Objective Statement One Objective Statement Two Objective Statement Three Add / Remove as needed <Heading Title> Content for heading ^^^ <Heading Title> Content for heading ^^^ add and remove as needed Review this video to…

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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Lesson 4 Title OSS100

By the end of this lesson, you will be able to: Objective Statement One Objective Statement Two Objective Statement Three Add / Remove as needed <Heading Title> Content for heading ^^^ <Heading Title> Content for heading ^^^ add and remove as needed Review this video to…

Lesson 4 Title Copy

By the end of this lesson, you will be able to: Objective Statement One Objective Statement Two Objective Statement Three Add / Remove as needed <Heading Title> Content for heading ^^^ <Heading Title> Content for heading ^^^ add and remove as needed Review this video to…

Lesson 4 Title IQ102

By the end of this lesson, you will be able to: Objective Statement One Objective Statement Two Objective Statement Three Add / Remove as needed <Heading Title> Content for heading ^^^ <Heading Title> Content for heading ^^^ add and remove as needed Review this video to…

Report Details

Summary Tab The Summary tab is always the first section of the report displayed. It is displayed in three sections, including the 1) Scope of Analysis, 2) Security Issues section, and 3) License Analysis sections.  Each section is described below. 1. Scope of Analysis This section shows counts, giving you an idea of the volume of components …

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Summary – Lesson 4

You have completed Lesson 4.  You are now able to: Review the Application Composition Report. Identify elements of the Summary tab. Identify elements of the Policy Violations tab.