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Status Under review
Created by Guest
Created on Sep 23, 2022

Provision of remote repositories for consumption of external APIs/dependencies (.jars)

We are using the management-console-api ( to automate some processes that are currently running manually. We work with CI/CD mats that resolve dependencies through artifactory and, according to company policy, we cannot manually include APIs/external dependencies (.jars) in artifactory. The process suggested by the team responsible for artifactory was for the supplier to provide the consumption of these APIs/dependencies through a remote repository that could be consumed through a proxy. We need these dependencies to be made available through a remote repository that can be a public repository or even a private repository within IBM itself, so that we can consume and use them internally.

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