Enterprise edition 7.6.0-alpha3-ee?

Since few days I’m using the ee edition camunda-bpm-ee-tomcat-7.6.0-alpha3-ee. Therefore I want to a adapt my maven projects, the pom.xml. Using camunda.version 7.5.4-ee works fine, I set up the ee repo server.
Using 7.6.0-alpha3 works, I set up the community server. But is there also a 7.6.0-alpha3-ee version? Using 7.6.0-alpha3-ee as version in pom.xml does not work for me.
Thanks, Peter

Hi Peter,

which artifact are you exactly missing?


On that same topic…
Is this the venue to ask build-related questions for the new camunda-76alpha-3 “tag”.
I’m having a slight issue getting the build/test to complete… Minor stuff.

I’m targeting the wildfly platform.

Hi Gary,

could you explain your problem in more detail? Also feel free to create a new post, so this on is focused on one issue.


Hi Sebastian,
maybe my question make no sense. But just describing what I see in eclipse maven project:
using 7.6.0-alpha3 or 7.5.4-ee as camunda version property in the eclipse project pom.xml works.
Using 7.6.0-alpha3-ee breaks the pom.xml, none camunda artifact can be loaded any more.
Error message which I do not understand, because it works with 7.5.4-ee:

Project build error: Non-resolvable import POM: Failure to transfer org.camunda.bpm:camunda-bom:pom:7.6.0-alpha3-ee from https://app.camunda.com/nexus/content/repositories/camunda-
 bpm-ee was cached in the local repository, resolution will not be reattempted until the update interval of camunda-bpm-nexus-ee has elapsed or updates are forced. Original error: Could not transfer 
 artifact org.camunda.bpm:camunda-bom:pom:7.6.0-alpha3-ee from/to camunda-bpm-nexus (https://app.camunda.com/nexus/content/repositories/camunda-bpm-ee): Access denied to https://
 app.camunda.com/nexus/content/repositories/camunda-bpm-ee/org/camunda/bpm/camunda-bom/7.6.0-alpha3-ee/camunda-bom-7.6.0-alpha3-ee.pom. Error code 401, Unauthorized

Again, maybe my question makes no sense, but cool if you can help me to understand why :slight_smile:

Hi Peter,

it seems that your credentials are missing to download the artifact. I can confirm that it exists.

I do not know how maven is configured in your IDE, but it could be that the 7.5.4-ee artifact was already saved in your local .m2 repository, so the IDE just can use it and does not have to download it.

Did you configure your camunda account in your global maven settings.xml? Than maybe a manual

mvn clean package -U

on the commandline could help.


Ok, good hint. I’ll try harder with maven set up :slight_smile:

Yes, it works :slight_smile: you’ve been right that 7.5.4-ee was in the cache. That’s confusing somebody who is not a maven guru like me.

Hi @menski

This camunda account access is the same that camunda account when by license camunda enterprise?


Marcelo Alves