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Deploy a Project
Karl Heinz Marbaise
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Deploy a Project
If you are developing a Maven plugin, you need often to deploy a whole project
into a repository, which is a little bit cumbersome.
With this component, this can be easily done via the following code parts:
@Parameter ( defaultValue = "${session}", required = true, readonly = true )
private MavenSession session;
@Parameter ( defaultValue = "${project}", required = true, readonly = true )
private MavenProject project;
private ProjectDeployer deployer;
public void execute()
ProjectDeployerRequest pdr =
new ProjectDeployerRequest()
//TODO: Think about setUpdateReleaseInfo()..
.setProject( project ).setUpdateReleaseInfo( true );
deployer.deploy( session.getProjectBuildingRequest(), pdr );