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Fixed

artifactiory not accessibile

geovannio vinhas 4 months ago in OpenICE • updated by Dylan Bagshaw 3 months ago 1

Hello,

I am trying to build the mdpn repo but it looks like https://build.openice.info/artifactory is down. 

This are the error i get:

* What went wrong: A problem occurred evaluating project ':data-types:x73-idl-rti-dds'. > Could not resolve all dependencies for configuration ':data-types:x73-idl-rti-dds:rtiddsgen'.    > Could not resolve org.anarres:cpp-bin:1.2.8-SNAPSHOT.      Required by:          org.mdpnp:x73-idl-rti-dds:0.6.3-SNAPSHOT       > Unable to load Maven meta-data from https://build.openice.info/artifactory/libs-snapshot/org/anarres/cpp-bin/1.2.8-SNAPSHOT/maven-metadata.xml.          > Could not GET 'https://build.openice.info/artifactory/libs-snapshot/org/anarres/cpp-bin/1.2.8-SNAPSHOT/maven-metadata.xml'.             > peer not authenticated       > Unable to load Maven meta-data from https://build.openice.info/artifactory/libs-release/org/anarres/cpp-bin/1.2.8-SNAPSHOT/maven-metadata.xml.          > Could not GET 'https://build.openice.info/artifactory/libs-release/org/anarres/cpp-bin/1.2.8-SNAPSHOT/maven-metadata.xml'.             > peer not authenticated       > Unable to load Maven meta-data from https://build.openice.info/artifactory/remote-repos/org/anarres/cpp-bin/1.2.8-SNAPSHOT/maven-metadata.xml.          > Could not GET 'https://build.openice.info/artifactory/remote-repos/org/anarres/cpp-bin/1.2.8-SNAPSHOT/maven-metadata.xml'.             > peer not authenticated

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Answer

Answer
Fixed

Sorry for the inconvenience. Hopefully your issue has been solved. Those builds are hosted on a server in our lab, if you ever have an issue with it not building correctly due to an error like that, try waiting a little while and building again. Alternatively, if you've previously built the project you can run with the argument < --offline > (without the <>) and it will build with the files saved on your system.

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Satisfaction mark by geovannio vinhas 3 months ago
Answer
Fixed

Sorry for the inconvenience. Hopefully your issue has been solved. Those builds are hosted on a server in our lab, if you ever have an issue with it not building correctly due to an error like that, try waiting a little while and building again. Alternatively, if you've previously built the project you can run with the argument < --offline > (without the <>) and it will build with the files saved on your system.