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How to configure the user libraries to download from a internal artifactory(Jfrog) to the talend studio ?

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How to configure the user libraries to download from a internal artifactory(Jfrog) to the talend studio ?

I'm in a restricted environment, not allowed to download the jars into Talend studio, I've checked the discussions around the same questions in the community, I found different ways to get away from going through the network and syncing later through nexus but not actually by using any artifactory that is supported internally in the organization. For the java application build with maven, I configure the artifactory in the pom.xml to build the artifact with dependencies, as Talend studio uses maven wondering if there is an option to do the same / through the Talend studio configuration settings.

 

Thanks in advance!

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Re: How to configure the user libraries to download from a internal artifactory(Jfrog) to the talend studio ?

Hello,

Are you trying to set a maven URL from external Library dependency for your job or routine?

If so, let us know if this online user guide helps.

https://help.talend.com/reader/HqPypUO_cLctKv_dAWcgFw/9WDYGy~~HiY~WRpzzy_UFQ

Best regards

Sabrina

 

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