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During the first connection to the Studio, you can edit the GroupID of your whole project centrally at once to deploy and publish your artifacts with the name of your choice.

This feature allows you to release your whole project with the same fixed project identifier. To do that, you need to edit the default Maven parameter value from the Talend Studio.


  1. From the Talend Studio toolbar, click the Project Settings icon to open the corresponding window.
  2. Open the menu Build > Maven > Deployment GroupID.
  3. Change the identifier of your project according to your needs.
  4. (Optional) If you want to automatically propagate the groupID value to all your POM files at a given time, click the Force full resynchronize POMs button in Build > Maven.
    Note: If a project is referenced by multiple reference projects in a main project, you need to resynchronize the POM files for all reference and main projects one by one, from the bottom level of the reference hierarchy to the top, to avoid duplicate projects module definition in the POM for Talend CI Builder. For more information, read this documentation.
  5. Click OK to save your changes and close the window. Talend Studio will take your changes into account and change the properties of your Jobs accordingly after the next restart.


When you will republish your project items on your Continuous Integration server, at release time for example, all items will be published with the project identifier you have defined centrally from the Studio project settings.