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Validating dependencies when importing plugins (10.60)

I'm trying to understand the process for dependencies when a plugin is built in something like netbeans then imported to OO Studio.

The issue is that the repo for maven (.m2/repository) has dependencies that the studio repo does not (.oo/data/maven).

Does anyone have a process they follow to get these aligned? The only way I do it currently is to just copy the folders across which seems like an awfully inefficient way to go about it, I'm imaging there is a better way to achieve this.

btw the machine developing the plugin is not the same as the machine with studio installed. (due to network connectivity for remote debugging).

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Re: Validating dependencies when importing plugins (10.60)

If you follow the process in the actions developers guide - that should be enough. I would say there is no point to check for missalignments between. At runtime any third party dependencies are being downloaded through maven so if you import the plugin and run a flow things will change in Studio's maven folder too.

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Re: Validating dependencies when importing plugins (10.60)

Thanks for the reply Andrei

In my case I'm using a vmware sdk which isn't part of the maven public repo so from netbeans its considered a manually installed artifact.  Looking at the action guide I don't see anything obvious that discusses how to handle that situation.

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