With the recent release of Nexus 2.8, we’ve updated the online documentation, Repository Management with Nexus (2.8). The most recent addition to the documentation has been the inclusion of a comprehensive search. For a book this size, this is an essential resource for finding what you need. Give it a spin.
Since its release in January, the Maven Central website (http://search.maven.org) has provided Apache Maven users with: Search functionality that allows one to quickly track down artifacts and their dependency details when trying to resolve build problems. Browse functionality that aids in discovery of new artifacts to use in projects. In the intervening months, Sonatype has […]
We’ve made a small, but important change to the front page of http://repository.sonatype.org. (You might recognize the design.) Searching the Central Maven Repository Just Got Easier from Sonatype on Vimeo. To search for an library or an artifact: Go to http://repository.sonatype.org Type in an artifact or group identifier, a class name, or a checksum. Press […]
If you are looking for the easiest way to search for artifacts in the Central Maven Repository, go to http://repository.sonatype.org. Sonatype maintains a publi instance of Nexus that can be used to search for artifacts by GAV (groupId, artifactId, version) coordinates, Class Name, or Checksum. Here’s a brief demonstration of the search capabilities on http://repository.sonatype.org. […]
A common question from Apache Maven users is “How do I search the central repository?” or “How do I find out what groupId or artifactId I should use for a specific dependency?” Use Sonatype’s Nexus installation at http://repository.sonatype.org to search multiple repositories at once. Sonatype has an instance of Nexus serving as a mirror of […]