Moving to java-devel ML since this is a java specific question.
Quoting Chen, Wei D (2013-04-12 11:01:50)
Our project is working on package our source code to follow redhat package
standard, we want the rpm package we built could be accepted by fedora
Therefore all dependencies of your project have to be *in* Fedora
One critical issue we found is some dependent binary (such as
jaxws-tools.jar, jaxws-rt.jar and streambuffer.jar) cannot find relevant rpm
package from fedora18 repository.
Because as far as I know these are not packaged in Fedora. It would be better to
talk in terms of Maven groupId:artifactId to be sure though...
Our source code cannot be built successfully
without these binary, something weird is, we can find these jar binary from
JPackage repository, and located in
"glassfish-jaxws-repolib-2.1.3-8.jpp6.noarch.rpm" or "
JPackage and Fedora are different projects. Those RPMs are not in Fedora repositories
So, my question is can we use
JPackage repository in our rpm building process? How to use? Does this violate
No you can't use JPackage repository during build of Fedora packages. Nor can
you use any other binary parts that were not build in Fedora buildsystem (koji).
Why glassfish-jaxws related rpm package has been removed
from fedora official repository?
They were never packaged for Fedora so they were not removed :-)
Is there any substitute solution? Great
thanks for any of your suggestion.
Yes, packaging glassfish-jaxws (or perhaps some other implementation) in Fedora.
I assume you will need to go through packager sponsorship process
Stanislav Ochotnicky <sochotnicky(a)redhat.com>
Software Engineer - Developer Experience
Red Hat Inc. http://cz.redhat.com