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compiling with maven asks for dependency private-pom:pom


I'm writing an own authenticator. And since Confluence (Datacenter) 8.5.3 i'm getting a dependency-error in maven


Could not find artifact com.atlassian.pom:private-pom:pom:6.3.1 in internal-repository (https://nexus.<our.domain>/nexus/content/groups/public/)

Our nexus is only a mirrored proxy for and i can not find private-pom there in no repo at all...

Compiling my authenticator against version 8.5.2 it works without problems.

And compiling against 8.6.1 works again. But we use LTS, so 8.6.1 is no option to ugrade.

What can i do?
What does this mean?

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Iker Alonso
Atlassian Team
Atlassian Team members are employees working across the company in a wide variety of roles.
Nov 17, 2023

Hi Jakobus, 

From the error message you shared, it seems you may be hitting the issue described at CONFSERVER-93208: Failure to find struts2 in for update to Confluence 8.5.3 

Please, check the workaround provided as it might help you to move further. 


I've added


to the pom.xml, as suggested in the linked issue, for my application, but i still get the error for the missing private-pom

"Failure to find com.atlassian.pom:private-pom:pom:6.3.1"

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