Installing and configuring Talend Artifact Repository - 7.3

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Talend Administration Center is provided together with Nexus artifact repository and an archive of Talend scripts to initialize the Artifactory repository. It is used to store software updates, ESB and Data Integration Job artifacts.

This tool is used for the Software Update feature and its instance holds the talend-updates repository where the updates are retrieved by the user.

It can also be used as a catalog for the Jobs, Services, Routes, and Generic OSGi Features created from Talend Studio or any other Java IDE. For this, two repositories are available: repo-snapshot for development purposes and repo-release for production purposes.

This instance is embedded in the .zip file of Talend Administration Center Web application and it allows you to store artifacts designed from Talend Studio or any other Java IDE and ready to be deployed and executed in an execution server. For more information, see the Talend Administration Center User Guide.

So when unzipping Talend Administration Center zip file, you will find two archive files. One is called Artifact-Repository-Nexus-VA.B.C.D.E containing a ready-to-be-used Talend Artifact Repository. The other is called Artifact-Repository-Artifactory containing Talend scripts to initialize the Artifactory repository.

Nexus is based on Sonatype Nexus. For more information on how to use it, see Sonatype Nexus documentation on

Note: Nexus 3, the version of Nexus shipped with Talend 7.x, is not supported by Publisher. To use Publisher, install Nexus 2 and configure Talend Administration Center to use the Nexus 2 instance.

For more information on how to use the Artifactory repository, see

For more information on how to configure Talend Artifact Repository in Talend Runtime, see Configuring Talend Artifact Repository in Talend Runtime.