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  1. <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
  2.  
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  21.  
  22. <!--
  23. | This is the configuration file for Maven. It can be specified at two levels:
  24. |
  25. |  1. User Level. This settings.xml file provides configuration for a single user,
  26. |                 and is normally provided in ${user.home}/.m2/settings.xml.
  27. |
  28. |                 NOTE: This location can be overridden with the CLI option:
  29. |
  30. |                 -s /path/to/user/settings.xml
  31. |
  32. |  2. Global Level. This settings.xml file provides configuration for all Maven
  33. |                 users on a machine (assuming they're all using the same Maven
  34. |                 installation). It's normally provided in
  35. |                 ${maven.conf}/settings.xml.
  36. |
  37. |                 NOTE: This location can be overridden with the CLI option:
  38. |
  39. |                 -gs /path/to/global/settings.xml
  40. |
  41. | The sections in this sample file are intended to give you a running start at
  42. | getting the most out of your Maven installation. Where appropriate, the default
  43. | values (values used when the setting is not specified) are provided.
  44. |
  45. |-->
  46. <settings xmlns="http://maven.apache.org/SETTINGS/1.0.0"
  47.          xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"
  48.          xsi:schemaLocation="http://maven.apache.org/SETTINGS/1.0.0 http://maven.apache.org/xsd/settings-1.0.0.xsd">
  49.   <!-- localRepository
  50.   | The path to the local repository maven will use to store artifacts.
  51.   |
  52.   | Default: ${user.home}/.m2/repository
  53.  <localRepository>/path/to/local/repo</localRepository>
  54.  -->
  55.  
  56.   <!-- interactiveMode
  57.   | This will determine whether maven prompts you when it needs input. If set to false,
  58.   | maven will use a sensible default value, perhaps based on some other setting, for
  59.   | the parameter in question.
  60.   |
  61.   | Default: true
  62.  <interactiveMode>true</interactiveMode>
  63.  -->
  64.  
  65.   <!-- offline
  66.   | Determines whether maven should attempt to connect to the network when executing a build.
  67.   | This will have an effect on artifact downloads, artifact deployment, and others.
  68.   |
  69.   | Default: false
  70.  <offline>false</offline>
  71.  -->
  72.  
  73.   <!-- pluginGroups
  74.   | This is a list of additional group identifiers that will be searched when resolving plugins by their prefix, i.e.
  75.   | when invoking a command line like "mvn prefix:goal". Maven will automatically add the group identifiers
  76.   | "org.apache.maven.plugins" and "org.codehaus.mojo" if these are not already contained in the list.
  77.   |-->
  78.   <pluginGroups>
  79.     <!-- pluginGroup
  80.     | Specifies a further group identifier to use for plugin lookup.
  81.    <pluginGroup>com.your.plugins</pluginGroup>
  82.    -->
  83.   </pluginGroups>
  84.  
  85.   <!-- proxies
  86.   | This is a list of proxies which can be used on this machine to connect to the network.
  87.   | Unless otherwise specified (by system property or command-line switch), the first proxy
  88.   | specification in this list marked as active will be used.
  89.   |-->
  90.   <proxies>
  91.     <!-- proxy
  92.     | Specification for one proxy, to be used in connecting to the network.
  93.     |
  94.    <proxy>
  95.      <id>optional</id>
  96.      <active>true</active>
  97.      <protocol>http</protocol>
  98.      <username>proxyuser</username>
  99.      <password>proxypass</password>
  100.      <host>proxy.host.net</host>
  101.      <port>80</port>
  102.      <nonProxyHosts>local.net|some.host.com</nonProxyHosts>
  103.    </proxy>
  104.    -->
  105.   </proxies>
  106.  
  107.   <!-- servers
  108.   | This is a list of authentication profiles, keyed by the server-id used within the system.
  109.   | Authentication profiles can be used whenever maven must make a connection to a remote server.
  110.   |-->
  111.   <servers>
  112.     <!-- server
  113.     | Specifies the authentication information to use when connecting to a particular server, identified by
  114.     | a unique name within the system (referred to by the 'id' attribute below).
  115.     |
  116.     | NOTE: You should either specify username/password OR privateKey/passphrase, since these pairings are
  117.     |       used together.
  118.     |
  119.    <server>
  120.      <id>deploymentRepo</id>
  121.      <username>repouser</username>
  122.      <password>repopwd</password>
  123.    </server>
  124.    -->
  125.  
  126.     <!-- Another sample, using keys to authenticate.
  127.    <server>
  128.      <id>siteServer</id>
  129.      <privateKey>/path/to/private/key</privateKey>
  130.      <passphrase>optional; leave empty if not used.</passphrase>
  131.    </server>
  132.    -->
  133.   </servers>
  134.  
  135.   <!-- mirrors
  136.   | This is a list of mirrors to be used in downloading artifacts from remote repositories.
  137.   |
  138.   | It works like this: a POM may declare a repository to use in resolving certain artifacts.
  139.   | However, this repository may have problems with heavy traffic at times, so people have mirrored
  140.   | it to several places.
  141.   |
  142.   | That repository definition will have a unique id, so we can create a mirror reference for that
  143.   | repository, to be used as an alternate download site. The mirror site will be the preferred
  144.   | server for that repository.
  145.   |-->
  146.   <mirrors>
  147.     <!-- mirror
  148.     | Specifies a repository mirror site to use instead of a given repository. The repository that
  149.     | this mirror serves has an ID that matches the mirrorOf element of this mirror. IDs are used
  150.     | for inheritance and direct lookup purposes, and must be unique across the set of mirrors.
  151.     |
  152.  
  153.    <mirror>
  154.      <id>mirrorId</id>
  155.      <mirrorOf>repositoryId</mirrorOf>
  156.      <name>Human Readable Name for this Mirror.</name>
  157.      <url>http://my.repository.com/repo/path</url>
  158.    </mirror>
  159.  
  160.   <mirror>
  161.        <id>nexus-yiduyun</id>
  162.        <mirrorOf>*</mirrorOf>
  163.        <name>Nexus yiduyun</name>
  164.        <url>http://maven.intra.yiducloud.cn/nexus/content/repositories/public</url>
  165.    </mirror>
  166.  -->
  167. <!--
  168.  <mirror>
  169.    <id>nexus-163</id>
  170.    <mirrorOf>central</mirrorOf>
  171.    <name>Nexus 163</name>
  172.    <url>http://mirrors.163.com/maven/repository/maven-public/</url>
  173.  </mirror>
  174.  
  175.  
  176.  <mirror>
  177.    <id>nexus-mapr</id>
  178.    <mirrorOf>*</mirrorOf>
  179.    <name>Nexus mapr</name>
  180.    <url>http://repository.mapr.com/nexus/content/groups/mapr-public/releases/</url>
  181.  </mirror>
  182.  -->
  183.  
  184.   <!--
  185.  <mirror>
  186.        <id>libs-release</id>
  187.        <mirrorOf>central</mirrorOf>
  188.        <url>https://repo.spring.io/libs-release</url>
  189.  </mirror>
  190.  <mirror>
  191.        <id>hortonwork-private</id>
  192.        <mirrorOf>*</mirrorOf>
  193.        <url>http://nexus-private.hortonworks.com:8081/nexus/content/repositories/thirdparty</url>
  194.  </mirror>
  195. -->
  196.  
  197.  <mirror>
  198.   <id>nexus-aliyun</id>
  199.   <mirrorOf>*,!jeecg,!jeecg-snapshots,!mapr-releases</mirrorOf>
  200.   <name>Nexus aliyun</name>
  201.   <url>http://maven.aliyun.com/nexus/content/groups/public</url>
  202. </mirror>
  203.  
  204. <mirror>
  205.   <id>mapr-public</id>
  206.   <mirrorOf>mapr-releases</mirrorOf>
  207.   <name>mapr-releases</name>
  208.   <url>https://maven.aliyun.com/repository/mapr-public</url>
  209. </mirror>
  210.  
  211. <mirror>
  212.     <id>libs-release</id>
  213.     <mirrorOf>central</mirrorOf>
  214.     <url>https://repo.spring.io/libs-release</url>
  215. </mirror>
  216.  
  217.   <mirror>
  218.       <id>confluent</id>
  219.       <mirrorOf>confluent</mirrorOf>
  220.       <name>Nexus public mirror</name>
  221.       <url>http://packages.confluent.io/maven/</url>
  222.   </mirror>
  223.  
  224.   </mirrors>
  225.  
  226.   <!-- profiles
  227.   | This is a list of profiles which can be activated in a variety of ways, and which can modify
  228.   | the build process. Profiles provided in the settings.xml are intended to provide local machine-
  229.   | specific paths and repository locations which allow the build to work in the local environment.
  230.   |
  231.   | For example, if you have an integration testing plugin - like cactus - that needs to know where
  232.   | your Tomcat instance is installed, you can provide a variable here such that the variable is
  233.   | dereferenced during the build process to configure the cactus plugin.
  234.   |
  235.   | As noted above, profiles can be activated in a variety of ways. One way - the activeProfiles
  236.   | section of this document (settings.xml) - will be discussed later. Another way essentially
  237.   | relies on the detection of a system property, either matching a particular value for the property,
  238.   | or merely testing its existence. Profiles can also be activated by JDK version prefix, where a
  239.   | value of '1.4' might activate a profile when the build is executed on a JDK version of '1.4.2_07'.
  240.   | Finally, the list of active profiles can be specified directly from the command line.
  241.   |
  242.   | NOTE: For profiles defined in the settings.xml, you are restricted to specifying only artifact
  243.   |       repositories, plugin repositories, and free-form properties to be used as configuration
  244.   |       variables for plugins in the POM.
  245.   |
  246.   |-->
  247.   <profiles>
  248.     <!-- profile
  249.     | Specifies a set of introductions to the build process, to be activated using one or more of the
  250.     | mechanisms described above. For inheritance purposes, and to activate profiles via <activatedProfiles/>
  251.     | or the command line, profiles have to have an ID that is unique.
  252.     |
  253.     | An encouraged best practice for profile identification is to use a consistent naming convention
  254.     | for profiles, such as 'env-dev', 'env-test', 'env-production', 'user-jdcasey', 'user-brett', etc.
  255.     | This will make it more intuitive to understand what the set of introduced profiles is attempting
  256.     | to accomplish, particularly when you only have a list of profile id's for debug.
  257.     |
  258.     | This profile example uses the JDK version to trigger activation, and provides a JDK-specific repo.
  259.    <profile>
  260.      <id>jdk-1.4</id>
  261.  
  262.      <activation>
  263.        <jdk>1.4</jdk>
  264.      </activation>
  265.  
  266.      <repositories>
  267.        <repository>
  268.          <id>jdk14</id>
  269.          <name>Repository for JDK 1.4 builds</name>
  270.          <url>http://www.myhost.com/maven/jdk14</url>
  271.          <layout>default</layout>
  272.          <snapshotPolicy>always</snapshotPolicy>
  273.        </repository>
  274.      </repositories>
  275.    </profile>
  276.    -->
  277.  
  278.  
  279.     <!--
  280.    | Here is another profile, activated by the system property 'target-env' with a value of 'dev',
  281.     | which provides a specific path to the Tomcat instance. To use this, your plugin configuration
  282.     | might hypothetically look like:
  283.     |
  284.     | ...
  285.     | <plugin>
  286.     |   <groupId>org.myco.myplugins</groupId>
  287.     |   <artifactId>myplugin</artifactId>
  288.     |
  289.     |   <configuration>
  290.     |     <tomcatLocation>${tomcatPath}</tomcatLocation>
  291.     |   </configuration>
  292.     | </plugin>
  293.     | ...
  294.     |
  295.     | NOTE: If you just wanted to inject this configuration whenever someone set 'target-env' to
  296.     |       anything, you could just leave off the <value/> inside the activation-property.
  297.     |
  298.    <profile>
  299.      <id>env-dev</id>
  300.  
  301.      <activation>
  302.        <property>
  303.          <name>target-env</name>
  304.          <value>dev</value>
  305.        </property>
  306.      </activation>
  307.  
  308.      <properties>
  309.        <tomcatPath>/path/to/tomcat/instance</tomcatPath>
  310.      </properties>
  311.    </profile>
  312.    -->
  313.   </profiles>
  314.  
  315.   <!-- activeProfiles
  316.   | List of profiles that are active for all builds.
  317.   |
  318.  <activeProfiles>
  319.    <activeProfile>alwaysActiveProfile</activeProfile>
  320.    <activeProfile>anotherAlwaysActiveProfile</activeProfile>
  321.  </activeProfiles>
  322.  -->
  323. </settings>
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