Problem with deploying mvn archetype to localhost.

Karl515

30-01-2019

Hello there!

I have this problem that when I install using eclipse, it only installs to my .m2 repository instead of localhost:4502. What could be the cause of this?

-already make sure the base POM file is pointing to localhost:4502

Now I'm having thoughts it's because if the setting.xml that WKND tut let me put in .m2. but if I delete the setting.xml. I'm getting an error.

How can I let eclipse to install in localhost:4502? Thanks!

Accepted Solutions (1)

Accepted Solutions (1)

Gaurav-Behl

MVP

31-01-2019

For Java EE (aka Eclipse) to produce the same results do this -

1) Right click on the project folder that you want to build

2) Click on Run as > Maven Build...

3) Mention the goals & profile that you want to execute:  clean install -PautoInstallPackage

4) Hit Run and check the results

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Answers (10)

Answers (10)

Karl515

31-01-2019

Thanks! works like charm. It still says Installed on .m2 repository but it reflects to my localhost too!

P.S. I also did got some errors so this is my build Profile:

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if your getting POM errors, just add adobe-public. cheers and thanks!

Karl515

31-01-2019

Heres mine. I think we have the same

<profile>

            <id>autoInstallPackage</id>

            <activation>

                <activeByDefault>false</activeByDefault>

            </activation>

            <build>

                <pluginManagement>

                    <plugins>

                        <plugin>

                            <groupId>org.apache.jackrabbit</groupId>

                            <artifactId>filevault-package-maven-plugin</artifactId>

                            <executions>

                                <execution>

                                    <id>create-package</id>

                                    <goals>

                                        <goal>package</goal>

                                    </goals>

                                </execution>

                            </executions>

                        </plugin>

                        <plugin>

                            <groupId>com.day.jcr.vault</groupId>

                            <artifactId>content-package-maven-plugin</artifactId>

                            <executions>

                                <execution>

                                    <id>install-package</id>

                                    <goals>

                                        <goal>install</goal>

                                    </goals>

                                    <configuration>

                                        <targetURL>http://${aem.host}:${aem.port}/crx/packmgr/service.jsp</targetURL>

                                    </configuration>

                                </execution>

                            </executions>

                        </plugin>

                    </plugins>

                </pluginManagement>

            </build>

        </profile>

Karl515

31-01-2019

Update.

CMD and JAVA EE displays the same result, but CMD deploys to localhost even tho displays to .m2. but Java EE displays installed to .m2 and also doesn't reflect to localhost.

Wierd

Gaurav-Behl

MVP

31-01-2019

Can you search for the below section in your pom.xml?  The 'id' mentioned is your profile name which you can pass to mvn command like Scott mentioned above using -P flag

If its missing then add it and test.

mvn clean install -PautoInstallPackage

<profiles>

<!-- something here -->

   <profile>

            <id>autoInstallPackage</id>

            <activation>

                <activeByDefault>false</activeByDefault>

            </activation>

            <build>

                <pluginManagement>

                    <plugins>

                        <plugin>

                            <groupId>org.apache.jackrabbit</groupId>

                            <artifactId>filevault-package-maven-plugin</artifactId>

                            <executions>

                                <execution>

                                    <id>create-package</id>

                                    <goals>

                                        <goal>package</goal>

                                    </goals>

                                </execution>

                            </executions>

                        </plugin>

                        <plugin>

                            <groupId>com.day.jcr.vault</groupId>

                            <artifactId>content-package-maven-plugin</artifactId>

                            <executions>

                                <execution>

                                    <id>install-package</id>

                                    <goals>

                                        <goal>install</goal>

                                    </goals>

                                    <configuration>

                                        <targetURL>http://${aem.host}:${aem.port}/crx/packmgr/service.jsp</targetURL>

                                    </configuration>

                                </execution>

                            </executions>

                        </plugin>

                    </plugins>

                </pluginManagement>

            </build>

        </profile>

<!-- something here -->

</profiles>

smacdonald2008

31-01-2019

Try opening up your project in Command line and typing:

mvn -PautoInstallPackage install

That should deploy your project to AEM.

Let us know if you are successful with that command.

Jörg_Hoh

Employee

31-01-2019

how does your maven command look like? Do you use a specific profile? (The deployment to a local AEM instance requires you to enable a specific profile, don't know its name from the top of my head).

Jörg

Karl515

31-01-2019

default.

I'm not having this problem before. it just suddenly happen.

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It goes to my .m2 repository.

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I've got my base POM setup right.

using CMD or Eclipse JAVA EE. produces same results.