I try to upgrade the "wildfly-archetypes" to 21.0.0.Beta1, and compiling
a project (named "multi") created from this archetype (profile:
arq-managed) fails with this error:
[WARNING] The POM for
org.picketbox:picketbox:jar:5.0.3.Final-redhat-00006 is missing, no
dependency information available
[ERROR] Failed to execute goal on project multi: Could not resolve
dependencies for project foo.bar:multi:pom:0.1-SNAPSHOT: Failure to find
https://repo.maven.apache.org/maven2 was cached in the local repository,
resolution will not be reattempted until the update interval of central
has elapsed or updates are forced -> [Help 1]
The file seems to be only available here:
This repository is defined in
When building a project from archetype for 20.0.0.Final, then picketbox
"5.0.3.Final-redhat-00005" is included, which is downloaded by maven
from somewhere (after deleting the files in my local repository first).
The archetype just defines a dependency
"org.wildfly.bom:wildfly-jakartaee8-with-tools:21.0.0.Beta1". It seems
this one does not use "wildfly-21.0.0.Beta1.pom" - maybe indirectly?
Does anybody have an idea? I probably could define the repository in the
pom.xml created of the archetype target project, but it worked before.
Attached ("dependencytree.txt") are the download log messages and the
dependency tree log.
We are revisiting the natives that we produce for each WildFly OpenSSL
Natives release and would like to propose dropping the Solaris x86_64
native, the Windows i386 native, and the Linux i386 native. This would mean
that these three natives would no longer be provided as part of WildFly
starting from WildFly 22. We would still keep these native modules in the
WildFly OpenSSL Natives repository
<https://github.com/wildfly-security/wildfly-openssl-natives> so that
anyone running on these platforms who needs these natives would still be
able to build and make use of them on their own.
Are there any thoughts or concerns about this proposal?
We're coming to the end of development on WildFly 21 so I wanted to let you
know the key dates:
Code freeze (excluding docs): Friday, October 2
Code freeze (docs): Tuesday, October 6
Final release in wildfly.org: Thursday, October 8
By the Oct 2 code freeze, PRs for any changes meant for WF 21 should be up,
with an approved review and acceptable CI results. Note that this is
several days earlier than the freeze has been for previous releases. We
want to cut down on the number of last minute changes.
The freeze for changes to both wildfly-core and wildfly are the same day.
If you have a fix for full that requires a fix for full, normal CI won't
test the combination, so please be sure you've done so manually. Don't wait
until the last minute.
There's a bit later freeze for changes solely in the docs module (
https://github.com/wildfly/wildfly/tree/master/docs). We want to spend some
time on docs related to bootable jar and Galleon layers, and since changes
there won't risk introducing problems in the runtime code it's ok to accept
changes for a bit longer.
I'm pleased to announce that WildFly 21.0.0.Beta1 is now available at
It's been a very busy summer for the WildFly developers, with over 300
issues resolved in this release between WildFly and WildFly Core. This
includes over 20 new features, including a number of security improvements
and a bunch of new Galleon layers, including ones for Batch, EJB, JSF,
remote Artemis integration and Webservices. Details are at
Please try it out and give us your feedback! I expect WildFly 21.0.0.Final
will be out in early October.
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