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What is the ideal way for Bamboo to install 3rd party jars? 

I can setup and install my ElasticInstance with Maven and the Jars i need; however the instance terminates every time and does just not shut down (and save my settings).  

So every new build cycle my log outputs 

Failure to find com.microsoft.sqlserver:sqljdbc4:jar:4.0 in https://repo.maven.apache.org/maven2.....


Can i dynamically install these jars or is there a way to keep the state of my ElasticBamboo?


Thanks,


Derek




 

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Hi Derek,

I believe the best way to handle adding any additional data to your EC2 instance for building will be via EBS. You'll need to configure your ec2 instance to use EBS and then populate the EBS volume with your third party data. This storage volume will remain in Amazon and be available to any EC2 instances. They can pick it up, mount it, and provide access to the data stored there to Bamboo agent for use.


Thanks!

Turner

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