Apache Archiva

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Apache Archiva

Licensing information

Archiva is developed under the Apache License Version 2.0

Please notice, the download distribution includes third party Java libraries that are not covered by Apache license, namely:

  • Common Development and Distribution License (CDDL)
  • Mozilla License
  • Day Specification License

Archiva Development

To get involved in Archiva development, contact dev@archiva.apache.org.

NOTE: you will need a MAVEN_OPTS with some memory setup as sample:
export MAVEN_OPTS="-Xmx768m -Xms768m -XX:MaxPermSize=256m"

Running from Source Code

As webapp js is in dev and won‘t probably be released soon, the module is not activated by default and it’s included only in a profile mvn jetty:run -pl :archiva-webapp -am (to save fingers :-) use sh ./jetty.sh ) (debug with sh ./jetty-debug.sh, debug port is 8000)

hit your browser: http://localhost:9091/archiva/index.html

Test Registration email

Redback can send email on registration. By default the mail jndi si configured to use localhost. You can use your gmail accout for testing purpose. In your ~/.m2/settings.xml file add a property with a path to a tomcat context file:

<tomcatContextXml>/Users/olamy/dev/tomcat-context-archiva-gmail.xml</tomcatContextXml>

This file must contains:

<Context path="/archiva">
  <Resource name="jdbc/users" auth="Container" type="javax.sql.DataSource"
            username="sa"
            password=""
            driverClassName="org.apache.derby.jdbc.EmbeddedDriver"
            url="jdbc:derby:${catalina.base}/target/database/users;create=true"
  />
  <Resource name="mail/Session" auth="Container"
          type="javax.mail.Session"
          mail.smtp.host="smtp.gmail.com"
          mail.smtp.port="465"
          mail.smtp.auth="true"
          mail.smtp.user="your gmail account"
          password="your gmail password"
          mail.smtp.starttls.enable="true"
          mail.smtp.socketFactory.class="javax.net.ssl.SSLSocketFactory"/>

</Context>

Using with cassandra as metadata storage

You can run the application using cassandra as storage.

sh ./jetty.sh -Pcassandra

Default cassandra host is localhost and port 9160

You can override using:

  • -Dcassandra.host=
  • -Dcassandra.port=