Building and Installing Maven Packages with AWS CodeArtifact
Maven is a popular build automation tool used by developers to manage dependencies and build Java-based projects. AWS CodeArtifact is a fully managed artifact repository service that makes it easy to store, manage, and share software packages.
In this blog post, we will explore how to upload Maven packages to AWS CodeArtifact and then download and install them from CodeArtifact.
Step 3: Add a <repositories> section to your settings.xml file as shown below.
Now Maven is configured to use CodeArtifact as a repository.
Step 4: Update pom.xml File
We need to update our pom.xml file to include the AWS CodeArtifact repository as a distribution management repository. Here’s how you can do it:
Finally, we can build our Maven project and upload the package to AWS CodeArtifact. Here’s how to do it:
After the deployment is successful, go to your CodeArtifact repository in the AWS Console.
You should see your uploaded packages under the "Versions" tab.
With these steps, you have successfully uploaded Maven packages to AWS CodeArtifact.
To do so, let us create a file named "config.properties" to store the variables that contains CodeArtifact repo details as shown below.
Step 2: Check if the package you are trying to install already exists, if so uninstall it as follows:
Step 3: Install the new RPM package. For that we first need to create a yum repo with "/opt/yum_repo" as base url (this is the path where our new downloaded rpm is moved to)
With this your pacake will be installed on your target machine from AWS Code Artifact.
AWS CodeArtifact provides a secure, scalable, and cost-effective solution for storing and sharing packages.
By integrating it with Maven, you can easily manage your Java dependencies and ensure that your applications always have access to the packages they need.