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Issues when building WebAPI locally


(Liyang) #1

Hi All,

I am new here, so not sure if this is the right way to do it, but at least let me try. Forgive me if this not the right way to do this.

Anyway, so I am now working at High Performance Scientific Computing group at Mount Sinai Health Systems, and my goal is to create a local instance of Atlas. To do this, I will need to create a running instance of WebAPI, and that is where I hit a roadblock. Here is what I have done,

  1. git clone the source code of WebAPI (https://github.com/OHDSI/WebAPI.git)
  2. we do have a running instance of Atlas and WebAPI on our production server, so I copied the settings.xml and pom.xml from the production server
  3. run the following command, trying to build WebAPI:
    mvn clean package -DskipTests -s settings.xml -P ‘webapi-postgresql’

and this is where things started to go wrong - I am getting the following error messages:

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[ **INFO** ] Total time: 1.293 s

[ **INFO** ] Finished at: 2021-02-10T15:02:25-05:00

[ **INFO** ] **------------------------------------------------------------------------**

[ **ERROR** ] Failed to execute goal on project WebAPI: **Could not resolve dependencies for project org.ohdsi:WebAPI:war:2.7.4: Failed to collect dependencies at org.springframework.batch:spring-batch-admin-manager:jar:2.0.0.M1** : Failed to read artifact descriptor for org.springframework.batch:spring-batch-admin-manager:jar:2.0.0.M1: Could not transfer artifact org.springframework.batch:spring-batch-admin-manager:pom:2.0.0.M1 from/to springsource.releases (http://repo.springsource.org/release): Authorization failed for http://repo.springsource.org/release/org/springframework/batch/spring-batch-admin-manager/2.0.0.M1/spring-batch-admin-manager-2.0.0.M1.pom 403 Forbidden -> **[Help 1]**

[ **ERROR** ] 

[ **ERROR** ] To see the full stack trace of the errors, re-run Maven with the **-e** switch.

[ **ERROR** ] Re-run Maven using the **-X** switch to enable full debug logging.

[ **ERROR** ] 

[ **ERROR** ] For more information about the errors and possible solutions, please read the following articles:

[ **ERROR** ] **[Help 1]** http://cwiki.apache.org/confluence/display/MAVEN/DependencyResolutionException

I would appreciate it very much if someone can tell me if the same error message has been encountered, and what is the right steps to take to build a local instance of Atlas?

Many thanks!

(Chris Knoll) #2

I’m not sure why you’d be getting an authorization failed when accessing a public repo, but that’s the core of the problem. Do you have anything special in your settings.xml that would indicate that there’s an authorization token used to access the repositories?

(Liyang) #3

Thank you @Chris_Knoll! Indeed, when I use sample-settings.xml from master branch (rename it to settings.xml), I can build successfully. The built fails when I switched to our own version of settings.xml. So it is something in the settings. We will check that. Thanks for the hint!