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  • Latest Post - ‏2012-01-03T15:40:49Z by SystemAdmin
KrishnaKandi
KrishnaKandi
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Pinned topic Where to find --- Webshpere smash jars

‏2011-12-29T14:28:47Z |
Hi Team,

I am trying to do the POC on Webshpere smash . My POC involves the db2 as the backend.

When I am trying to run the command "zero resolve" ,its actually connecting to the remote site...to retrive the missing jars for which it will take a lot of time....

How and where can i download the below jars...I tried to browse in google...but no luck..
C:\Documents and Settings\krishna\SampleAB>zero resolve
CWPZT0901I: The following module(s) are not currently in the local repository:
zero:zero.data:[1.0.0.0, 2.0.0.0[
zero:zero.resource.core:[1.0.0.0, 2.0.0.0[
org.apache.derby:derby:[10.3.0.0, 10.4.0.0[
CWPZT0902I: Trying to locate the module(s) using one of the configured remote re
positories
CWPZT0545I: Retrieving zero.data-1.1.1.5.31470.zip from host http://www.projectz
ero.org/sMash/1.1.x/repo/base/
CWPZT0545I: Retrieving zero.resource.core-1.1.1.5.31267.zip from host http://www
.projectzero.org/sMash/1.1.x/repo/base/
CWPZT0545I: Retrieving derby-10.3.3.1.jar from host http://www.projectzero.org/s
Mash/1.1.x/repo/base/
CWPZT0545I: Retrieving zero.atom-1.1.1.5.31471.zip from host http://www.projectz
ero.org/sMash/1.1.x/repo/base/
CWPZT0545I: Retrieving zero.xoxo-1.1.1.5.30955.zip from host http://www.projectz
ero.org/sMash/1.1.x/repo/base/
CWPZT0545I: Retrieving zero.stax-1.1.1.5.28430.zip from host http://www.projectz
ero.org/sMash/1.1.x/repo/base/
CWPZT0545I: Retrieving zero.xml.codec-1.1.1.5.30955.zip from host http://www.pro
jectzero.org/sMash/1.1.x/repo/base/
CWPZT0545I: Retrieving zero.atom-1.1.1.5.31471.zip from host http://www.projectz
ero.org/sMash/1.1.x/repo/base/
CWPZT0600I: Command resolve was successful

C:\Documents and Settings\krishna\SampleAB>

Requesting help...

Thanks,
Krishna Kishore.K
Updated on 2012-01-03T15:40:49Z at 2012-01-03T15:40:49Z by SystemAdmin
  • SystemAdmin
    SystemAdmin
    9224 Posts

    Re: Where to find --- Webshpere smash jars

    ‏2012-01-03T15:40:49Z  
    Hi Krishna,
    That is the way that sMash DE is architected. You'll pull those modules into your local repository once, then all applications using that copy of the CLI will use them from there without needing to go back to the server again (unless you add additional module dependencies in ivy.xml).

    If its something that you'll be doing on a lot of different machines (not a typical use case), it is possible to pull down a copy of the entire repository (repo.zip) and host it on a local web server to reduce network latency. We did not document that as a supported use case, but it is possible and has been written up in places like this.