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Downloading bamboo specs from an intranet maven repository instead of mvn-central

When telling Bamboo to read a spec file, it tries to download some bamboo-spec dependencies from maven-central. Is there a way to customize Bamboo to download the dependencies from a different maven repository instead?

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Hi Alex,

You don't need to customize anything on Bamboo, this is a maven configuration. If you want to use a local repository instead of maven's central repository to pull dependencies you'll need to add a <repository> tag inside the settings.xml file – you need to place this file inside the .m2 directory for the user running bamboo.

You can find more information in the article below:


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