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Maven settings.xml in AEMaaCS

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I have a requirement to pull in packages from a private maven feed.  I have added the package repository to my pom.xml files.  I have verified that this works locally and I'm able to use ~/.m2/settings.xml to authenticate against the feed.

 

How can I configure the settings.xml file to authenticate against this feed in the AEMaaCS build & deployment pipelines?

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In order to use a private Maven repository within Cloud Manager:

  1. Specify the password (and optionally, the username) as a secret pipeline variable.
  2. Then reference that secret inside a file named .cloudmanager/maven/settings.xml in the git repository

please check the link posted by @nitesh_kumar 



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Hi @dylanmccurry ,

 

You can follow the below link and make the changes accordingly to connect to the private maven repository on Cloud Manager build.

 

https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-manager-cloud-service/content/implementing/using-... 

 

Regards,

Nitesh

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Correct answer by
Community Advisor

In order to use a private Maven repository within Cloud Manager:

  1. Specify the password (and optionally, the username) as a secret pipeline variable.
  2. Then reference that secret inside a file named .cloudmanager/maven/settings.xml in the git repository

please check the link posted by @nitesh_kumar 



Arun Patidar

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Brilliant, thank you!

 

Is it possible to do something similar with NPM packages as well?  e.g., if we use .npmrc files for private npm repositories?