Issue Import to Bitbucket
I habe a problem wirh the Import of my issues to Bitbucket.
I have 3000 issues, but I can only import 1000. The import give e the following error message:
The error was: string indices must be integers
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I am converting a 10+ years old java project to Maven project.
First I mapped all the publicy available libraries and created a POM. I then converted my local copy of the project to Maven and added the dependecies to the POM. Made some adjustments related to maven compiler target, paths and fixes to minor issues that popped-up.
Now there are 13 libraries that are either proprietary or no one in the company knows their source and they are required.
So, we have a bitbucket account and create a repository to store all these libraries on bitbucket. First we create a local repo on a different computer using:
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<dependency> <groupId>br.com.unoerp</groupId> <artifactId>sigep</artifactId> <version>1.0</version> </dependency>
I also created the repository tags pointing to our repository:
<repository> <id>uno-repository</id> <name>Uno Repository</name> <url>https://bitbucket.org/my_repository/maven-repository/raw/master/</url> </repository>
When I ran Maven>Update Project, I got on Eclipse log:
Missing artifact br.com.unoerp:sigep:jar:1.0
The same for all the other 11 libraries.
I decided to have a look on my local repo, and the structure created is ok, but all the files inside of it have as file extension lastUpdated, which are actually log files with no real useful information (at least not for me). Also, I can find POM, Javadoc and source files ending with the lastUpdated extension which do not actuaaly exists.
I have tried several other thing based on Google searchs, some are: * On the POM, added tag pointing to my repo bitbucket link * Added tags with adding wagon-get artifact * from the console, run mvn compile and mvn -U compile
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I have a maven project in bitbucket account. I need to add that the project in my local maven repository so that I can refer that project as a maven dependency in my main project's pom.xml.
That is, perform below steps
1) Clone the project 2) run
maven build installThis will add to local maven repository
Please let me know if there is a way to achieve the same (in similar ways to connecting to maven public repository) ?