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Whats the maven repository for jasper reports ?


I added this dependency


<!--      <dependency>-->
<!--          <groupId>jasperreports</groupId>-->
<!--          <artifactId>jasperreports</artifactId>-->
<!--          <version>3.5.1</version>-->
<!--      </dependency>-->


but none of the repositories fou nd this please tell me where is the jasper reports maven repository

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jfree:jcommon is a dependency for all jasperreport version...

I had the same problem, try this:


go to in ypur local maven repository (user_home/.m2/repository), delete all the content of jfree\jcommon dir... and try again...

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Maybe because some of the dependencies are broken - e.g. jfree:jcommon:jar:1.0.15 is not in maven central. :( Everything that is marked grey under http://mvnrepository.com/artifact/jasperreports/jasperreports/3.5.1 is missing in maven central. :(

Post Edited by pintman at 2009-07-02 14:21

You're right.

http://jira.codehaus.org/browse/MAVENUPLOAD-2448 is a request to upload JCommon 1.0.15, unfortunatelly resolvint the request seems to take a very long time.  The rest of the dependencies were supposed to be available at http://jasperforge.org/maven2, but they are not there anymore.

We're working on solving the issues with the Maven dependecies.  In the meantime, the workaround is manually install the missing artifacts in the local repository cache.



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In order to ease-up our dependency on the Maven central repositories, which are slow in responding to our regular upload requests, we have setup our own JasperReports specific public Maven repository here:



This repository is referenced in the JR's pom.xml file, so building JR sources using Maven should not longer pose any problem.

This will be shipped as part of the upcoming JR release, later in July.

Until then, feel free to manually edit your local Maven files and make use of this public repository, containing all the dependecies required by JR.


Thank you,



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