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Repository Management with Nexus

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Repository Management with Nexus
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Publisher: Sonatype, Inc.
Number of pages: 226

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Repository managers serve two purposes: they act as highly configurable proxies between your organization and the public Maven repositories and they also provide an organization with a deployment destination for your own generated artifacts. This book provides both a comprehensive reference and a narrative introduction to Nexus.

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