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Creating Custom Maven Remote Repository Using Third Party Jars

Some of the third party jar which doesn’t have  maven artifacts for that we can create maven dependency and make it available remotely using github kind of public repositories.

use below command to install that jar as a  local maven artifact

STEP-1 :  installing into local repository
$/>mvn install:install-file -Dfile=sfs2x-client-core.jar -DgroupId=org.gotoandplay.smartfox -DartifactId=sfs2x-client-core -Dversion=1.0 -Dpackaging=jar -DgeneratePom=true -DcreateChecksum=true

above command will install maven artifact into local maven repository by default it will be under Users/{username}/.m2/repository folder.

STEP-2 : creating  remote repository  
create public  git repository (in this tutorial we  used  github.com)  .
create one organization as shown in the link https://github.com/go2andplay  

clone this repository into your local drive

STEP-3 : copy local  maven artifact into  this git repository  and  commit
         git add .
git commit -m ‘write you comment’
git push origin master

STEP-4 : finally you need add this repository into pom.xml

NOTE:  you need to add raw representation of the URL.  for github.com  it is https://raw.githubsercontent.com

that you can find using raw button on the  specific file.

STEP-5 :  add dependencies  like  any other maven dependencies  

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