Developing extensions or clients accessing Nexus Professional may require access to Sonatype's private Nexus development repository.
Before you begin, you need:
- A valid Nexus Professional license
- Sonatype support account credentials. These are the credentials you use to login to https://support.sonatype.com and https://issues.sonatype.org and they must be associated with your Sonatype license
Configure Access to the Sonatype Nexus Private Development Repository
There is a repository which can be added to your Nexus instance that will allow you to create plugins that interact with Nexus Professional. The URL is:
Here's what you'll need to do:
- Create a Maven 2 releases proxy repository in your nexus instance for the above URL. Be sure to put your support account credentials into the "authentication (optional)" part of the proxy repository's configuration - credentials are necessary to access this repository.
- Add this proxy repository to your "public" group repository.