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activiti-rest.war and explorer.war in maven repository?

Question asked by njames on Sep 13, 2011
Latest reply on Sep 15, 2011 by njames
Hi,
Apologies if this is a newbie question, I have done major searching (although the forum's search engine ignores "rest" and "maven" as too common :cry: ).
We want to package the activiti-rest.war, activiti-explorer.war and our own RESTful API as one collection of Tomcat webapps. We use Archiva as our Maven repository/proxy, and our process is to deploy our built wars into Archiva. It would make our application assembly stage much easier if the Activiti-built wars (activiti-rest.war and activiti-explorer.war) were available in Activiti's Maven repository.
Can anyone suggest a solution other than using maven deploy:deploy-file (manually) when the new release of activiti is available for download at http://www.activiti.org? <sigh>I really hate manual processes…. </sigh>

Thanks,

Nick.

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