Nexus error updating group repository metadata

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apply plugin: 'java' apply plugin: 'maven' compile Java ext.username = Property('username') ! Property('username') : maven User ext.password = Property('password') ! Property('password') : maven Password description = "Example project" configurations repositories dependencies // Gradle build Configuration to publish artifacts to maven artifact manager upload Archives task sources Jar(type: Jar, depends On: classes) task javadoc Jar(type: Jar, depends On: javadoc) // add javadoc/source jar tasks as artifacts artifacts my-gradle-app-1.0-20170906.143113-1my-gradle-app-1.0-20170906.143113-1md5 my-gradle-app-1.0-20170906.143113-1sha1 my-gradle-app-1.0-20170906.143113-1my-gradle-app-1.0-20170906.143113-1md5 my-gradle-app-1.0-20170906.143113-1sha1 my-gradle-app-1.0-20170906.143113-1my-gradle-app-1.0-20170906.143113-1md5 my-gradle-app-1.0-20170906.143113-1sha1 my-gradle-app-1.0-20170906.143113-1my-gradle-app-1.0-20170906.143113-1md5 my-gradle-app-1.0-20170906.143113-1sha1 are correctly updated. I am very familiar with the inner workings of the Maven Metadata format and I have actually documented it here, should you find it useful. Why isn't the In Maven version 3 the non-timestamped snapshots were dropped. If you have a look at the page I included in my post, you can see a very detailed explanation of the [Maven Metadata|https://github.com/strongbox/strongbox/wiki/Maven-Metadata] format.

There are three types of Maven Metadata: One thing to pay attention to is that the timestamp for the artifact must be the same for all of it's described sub-artifact files for the build number.

If these files are not described as per the Maven Metadata rules, the tool fails to find the timestamped artifacts and, consequently, fails. Like I was saying my earlier in messages, Maven 2.2.1 reached an end of life on 2009-11-08, as described here. The question here is: how much of a tolerance period do you need to be giving before announcing that you no longer support it?

What Gradle needs to be doing is this: Once we understand the implications of the change, we can decide if it's best to just change the current behaviour, or if we'll require some more sophisticated modelling to allow the user to specify the target 'version' or the published maven repository. I understand that you would like to be as backward-compatible, as possible, but at some point you need to drop old stuff in favour of more modern improvements.

/archive/org.richfaces.ui/modal-panel/3.3.4-20100504.135704-4/modal-panel-3.3.4[INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------ [ERROR] BUILD ERROR [INFO] ------------------------------------------------------------------------ [INFO] Error installing artifact's metadata: Error while deploying metadata: Failed to create destination Web DAV collection (directory): /nexus/content/repositories/snapshots/org/richfaces/ui/modal-panel/3.3.4-SNAPSHOT Connection refused It does not happen at the same point in the build.

See bottom of: Faces-3.3/566/consoleand Faces-3.3/565/console https://repository.jboss.org/nexus/content/repositories/snapshots//org/richfaces/ui/modal-panel/3.3.4-SNAPSHOT/ The time was it was created is exactly the time that the build shows. Rich Faces does have alot of component, especially the 3.3.

The problem is that when you deploy the artifacts with Gradle to a Maven 2 repository in Nexus, other build tools might have dependencies on these artifacts.I like the idea of making this change in the next major version of Gradle, so that we can document this as a potentially breaking change.We are already planning some other breaking changes related to Maven compatibility (e.g handle @carlspring Is creating the full history necessary for your tool or was it just failing because of the old format?You can make announcements to get people informed...It appears that the actual fix will not involve too much work, according to what @bigdaz has described. Martin Thanks for following up and providing even more context.

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