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We had this issue when internet connection dropped while Idea was downloading project dependencies. We solved it by deleting the corrupted file from cache. Cache location depends on your build tool, e. g. for Maven it's in /.mvn, for Gradle it's in /.gradle.
In my case, it was: /.m2/repository/org/apache/tomcat/embed/tomcat-embed-core/9.0.41/tomcat-embed-core-9.0.41.jarI just removed it and I was able to compile my code.Just pay attention to the .jar file in your case it's giving an error. Just remove it and you are good to go.
Now open the .zip file that you downloaded earlier from Google Drive. Select all of the files, and drag them to your OneDrive folder. The files will start uploading and syncing to OneDrive for Business, which you can tell by the green check mark.
These files were developed for use with MicroStation V8i ( SELECTseries 2 ) version 8.11.07.443. Others may download and use at their own risk. No warranty is given. All files are ZIP file that contains self extracting archives. Each self extracting file contains a MicroStation DGN file and in some cases a CIT raster image file. These file(s) contain the graphics for the standard maps produced by TDOT's Mapping Division which can be used for development of title sheets and location maps for public hearing notices, hydraulic permits, etc.
All maps are geo-referenced to the state plane coordinate system as set up in the standard TDOT Roadway Design Division English MicroStation DGN seed file. If included, the CIT raster image file must be attached for the map to display completely.
The PowerArchiver Self-Extractor window will appear.By default the PowerArchiver Self-Extractor window will be set to thedownload location C:\\TEMP. You may wish to click the "..." button tobrowse and set the download location to your project directory.
All of the county maps are up to date. If you find an error or mistake on any of the county DGN files, please email CADD Support with filename and brief description of problem so the problem can be fixed.
Fixed an issue related to Conda whereby, when a package contained a folder with another Conda package, Artifactory misidentified the package name and generated an incorrect name in the repodata.json file.
Fixed an issue whereby, when uploading a large file to an Artifactory edge node and then downloading the file several times concurrently from a federated node before they sync, Artifactory stopped responding.
Fixed an issue whereby, when deleting external plugin dependencies from the $JFROG_HOME/artifactory/var/etc/artifactory/plugins/lib directory and then restarting Artifactory, the .JAR files were recreated as corrupted.
Fixed an issue whereby, when downloading an artifact that is marked as a Filtered Resource using an access token, Artifactory populated the Password field in the downloaded file with the value $INVALID.REF.
Fixed an issue whereby, when running push replication with the target instance connected to more than one S3 bucket and one of the buckets already contained the file, Artifactory still created the file in the second bucket even though the checkBinaryExistenceInFilestore flag was enabled.
Fixed an issue whereby, when trying to download an artifact with a name containing a comma (,) from the JFrog WebUI using a Chrome browser, Artifactory returned a No response received from server error.
Fixed an issue whereby, when indexing or downloading from a RubyGems virtual repository that contains a remote repository with the Store Artifacts Locally setting disabled, Artifactory returned an error.
Fixed an issue related to Virtual Maven repositories containing Remote and Local repositories with Priority resolution enabled. When the user tried to download the latest package version from a Remote repository, they received an error.
Swagger UI versions from 3.14.1 to 3.38 contain a vulnerability. By default, Swagger is bundled in Artifactory and therefore had been disabled.A patch will be released shortly to resolve this issue, however, only self-hosted customers who require running the affected Swagger version can do so at their own risk by enabling Swagger in the access.config.yml file.
Fixed an issue whereby, Helm virtual repositories that were set as the target of a Smart remote repository, downloaded new artifacts even if the artifactoryRequestCanRetreiveRemoteArtifacts flag was disabled (Default setting).
As part of the bug fix, the flag is still set to false, however, the behavior has changed. With the new change, setting this flag to false causes helm virtual repositories not to retrieve remote artifacts from the virtual repositories, if the download request came from a Smart repository.For existing customers, in order not to fail downloads from your Smart Helm repositories, we have changed the feature flag value to true in the existing helm virtual repositories. Please disable the flag if your intent was to prevent new artifacts from being downloaded from the virtual repository. Please note that from version 7.41.2, the default value is still set as 'false', so take this into consideration when creating your new virtual repositories.
Fixed an issue related to Debian packages, whereby only on rare occasions, errors were displayed even though packages were successfully downloaded from a remote Debian repository when redirect was enabled.
The contents of the Trash Can are filtered based on the repositories to which the user has permissions. This means that the user will not see or restore files from any other repository unless they have permissions to that repository. For more information, see Trash Can Settings.
Artifactory now natively supports a dedicated Swift registry, giving you full control of your deployment and resolution process of your Swift packages and their dependencies. Today Swift is most widely used as the go-to language for iOS and all the other Apple OS-app development. With the introduction of Swift support by Artifactory, you can create secure and private local Swift repositories, remote Swift repositories to proxy remote Swift dependencies and cache downloaded Swift packages. Virtual Swift repositories give you a single URL through which to manage the resolution and deployment of all your Swift packages. To learn more, see Swift Registry.
Fixed an issue whereby, empty folders of a Release Bundle were not deleted as part of its deletion from both target Repositories and Release Bundles Repository. A new parameter has been added to the Artifactory system.yaml file called releasebundle.cleanup.deleteEmptyFolder, which is set to true by default.
Fixed an issue related to Federated repositories, whereby the internally predefined socket timeout parameter was set to two minutes causing the full sync of large repositories sync between federated sites to fail. As part of the fix, you can now manually increase the socket timeout via the artifactory.mirror.http.client.socket.timeout.mili=200000 in the artifactory.system.properties file.
Fixed an issue whereby empty folders of a Release Bundle were not deleted as part of its deletion from both target Repositories and Release Bundles Repository. A new parameter has been added to the Artifactory system.yaml file called releasebundle.cleanup.deleteEmptyFolder, which is set to true by default.
An enhanced Maven Authentication mechanism has been implemented in Artifactory to eliminate the need to perform authentication prior to checking if a package is located in local, remote and virtual repositories. With the new authentication mechanism, when reaching Maven-local-three (which requires authentication), instead of first performing for authentication and next authorization, Artifactory will check if the requested item is located in the repository. If the requested package does exist, it will proceed to perform authentication and authorization. If not, a 404 error message will be triggered. This feature is disabled by default and can be enabled by adding the artifactory.maven.authentication.nonPreemptive parameter to the artifactory.system.properties file. Please note that a reboot of the system is required after adding the flag. For more information, see Forcing Maven Non-Preemptive Authentication for Local, Remote, and Virtual Repositories.
As part of the alignment of the JFrog Platform with the conventional Kubernetes YAML syntax for container ports, we have added support for comments in the values.yaml file. It is self-explanatory as it is traditional Kubernetes YAML syntax and allows you to pass additional ports other than HTTP and HTTPS port to Nginx deployment and service in the values.yaml file.
Fixed an issue relating mainly to Cargo users, whereby properties defined as an index were trimmed automatically by Artifactory including features, and dependencies. To resolve this, the metadata details that are often very long will be saved in a dedicated JSON file instead of a property. 041b061a72