[Midpoint-dev] Pom adjustments in connector development guide

Radovan Semancik radovan.semancik at evolveum.com
Thu Oct 5 10:04:12 CEST 2017

Hi, is the development version of the polygon project 
itself. It refers to itself (to its own components). But the project 
also depends on development version of ConnId Framework 
( ConnId framework does not change much, so it might 
happen that the SNAPSHOT artifacts of ConnId have expired from Maven 
repository. If you are interested in contributing to ConnId or Polygon 
then you should get both Polygon and ConnId sources and build both. 
Polygon is just an thin extension on top of ConnId.

If you are just interested in build a connector you should NOT use 
master branch on ConnId or Polygon. You should use one of the stable 
tags. E.g. v1.4.2.35:


Those stable releases depend on stable artifacts that do not expire from 
Maven repositories.

Radovan Semancik
Software Architect

On 10/03/2017 07:17 PM, Ethan Kromhout wrote:
> When working on a connector recently, I noticed that the starter 
> project at  https://github.com/Evolveum/polygon.git wouldn't build for 
> me. There are references to in various pom.xml files, 
> and the project builds fine if I remove the -SNAPSHOT, I'm guessing 
> the status of version of a few artifacts in the group 
> com.evolveum.polygon have changed.
> I've updated my local copies of the file, but thought someone with 
> commit on Evolveum github might want to know about it so they could 
> update things there.
> Thanks,
> Ethan
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