Available version list for AMPS


I'm not a developer but I want to test EAPs with AMPS.

When I try to run atlas-run-standalone, I want to specify --version for EAP.

For example, I try to get 5.2-m19, but

atlas-run-standalone -Dproduct=confluence -Dversion=5.2-m19 loads 5.1.4 instead of 5.2-m19.

How can I get a list of available version and its name for AMPS?

Thank you in advance.

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OK, so here's a link to all versions https://maven.atlassian.com/index.html#nexus-search;gav~com.atlassian.confluence~confluence-webapp~~~~kw,versionexpand.

Generally when you need to see all versions search in the atlassian maven repo at maven.atlassian.com. Ususally the products artifact is called "product"-webapp...

Thank you very much!

The keyword was "confluence-webapp" for "Artifact".

I was digging repo manually, by openning all branches because "confluence" keyword returns too many results :)

Try to lookup the available versions in https://maven.atlassian.com

thank you sir,

I tried "m19" or "confluence" but I couldn't find "5.2-m19".

Would you please describe more? I will really appreciate it.

Thank you sir.

Now I realized what is your actual problem. You're not passing the parameters correctly. You should not pass them with -D but directly - here's an example:

atlas-run-standalone --product confluence --version 5.2-m22

If you still want to use -D the proper command will be

atlas-run-stanalone -Dproduct=confluence -Dproduct.version=5.2-m22

Thank you very much for your answers.

However, what I need to see is list of version that I can use on this command.

For example, how do I know what version is the latest developer build?

You just mentioned "5.2-m22" which looks like later version than "5.2-m19" which is posted on EAP release note as the latest.

How can I get the "Available version list" from maven or wherever?

(Sorry for bad english...)

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