Before you begin
Nexus is launched.
- Open the Nexus Repository Manager.
Create the following maven2 (hosted) repositories:
Configure the created repositories.
Create the following users in Nexus:
At least, the create, delete, and update privileges must be granted to the user associated to the repository.Tip: With Nexus 3, if you are using another user than the
adminwith all privileges
talend-custom-libs-adminwith the talend-custom-libs-admin and talend-custom-libs-deploy user roles
talend-updates-libs-adminwith the talend-updates-libs-admin and talend-updates-libs-deploy user roles
adminone, it is recommended to enable the delete privilege for Talend Administration Center user in Nexus. Otherwise the maven-metadata.xml file in Nexus containing information about artifact versions can not be updated and when executing an artifact from the Talend Administration Center, the wrong version of the artifact might be used. For more information, see the Nexus documentation.To test that users created in Nexus have access to the adequate artifacts:
- From Talend Studio, run Jobs and publish them to Nexus repository.
- Go to
and expand the Job folder to access
maven-metadata.xmlfile and check that listed versions are adequate with the Jobs published from Talend Studio.
What to do next
Go to the Configuration page of Talend Administration Center and add the configuration settings for the created repositories.
For more information, see Configuring the Software Update repository in Talend Administration Center, Configuring Talend Artifact Repository in Talend Administration Center and Setting up the user library location in Talend Administration Center User Guide.