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Chapter 3. Managing artifacts

You can manage artifacts from the Artifacts page in Business Central. The artifact repository is a local Maven repository and there is only one Maven repository for each installation. Business Central recommends using Maven repository solutions like Sonatype Nexus™, Apache Archiva™, or JFrog Artifactory™.

The Artifacts page lists all the artifacts in the Maven repository. You can also upload a new artifact to the Maven repository using the Upload button.

Note

Only *.jar, *.kjar, or pom.xml files can be uploaded to the Artifacts repository.

3.1. Viewing an artifact

You can view all the content of the local maven repository from the Artifacts page.

Procedure

  1. Log in to Business Central.
  2. Select AdminArtifacts.
  3. Click Open to view the artifact details.
  4. Click Ok to go back to the Artifacts page.

3.2. Downloading an artifact

You can download and save an artifact from Business Central’s repository to a project’s local storage.

Procedure

  1. Log in to Business Central.
  2. Select AdminArtifacts.
  3. Click Download.
  4. Browse to the directory where you want to save the artifact and click Save.

3.3. Uploading an artifact

You can upload an artifact from the local storage to a project in Business Central.

Procedure

  1. Log in to Business Central.
  2. Select AdminArtifacts.
  3. Click Upload.
  4. Click Choose File and browse to the directory from where you want to upload the artifact.
  5. Click Upload.

    Note

    In case you are using a non-maven artifact, first deploy the artifact to the maven repository using mvn deploy command and then refresh the artifact list in Business Central.