User Libraries repository

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The following image shows the architecture of the User Libraries repository.

To download and install some specific third-party Java libraries or database drivers that are needed by Talend Studio, you need to connect to the User Libraries repository (integrated within the Nexus artifact repository) and its embedded repository named talend-custom-libs-release.

To do so, you must install the Nexus artifact repository on your machine and log in its Web interface following the procedure described in Installing and configuring Talend Artifact Repository.

Note: The Artifact-Repository-Nexus-VA.B.C archive file containing Nexus is embedded in the Talend Administration Center archive file that is provided by Talend.

When Talend Studio opens, the external libraries missing from the local talend-custom-libs-release repository are detected. You are prompted to download them from the remote Nexus repository, hosted by Talend, and install them.

Talend Administration Center is connected to Talend Studio and to the local repository and the installed libraries are shared automatically.

For more information on how to install and configure the Nexus artifact repository, see Installing and configuring Talend Artifact Repository.