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Download artifactory ( Installed on windows)

For linux

Copy software from your machine to linux

Java should be present

Install JAVA 8

yum install wget ( in case wget is not found)

Start artifactory.bat/.sh,present in bin folder

Go to your browser and visit IP_ADDRESS:8081 to visit Artifactory in the browser:

Login — default username password — admin/password

Create a Local repository to store package files created by the Jenkins project:

Click on Admin -> Repositories ->Local

Click on New:

Select Maven as a Project Type:

Give a Repository Key “jenkins-release” and click on Save and Finish:

Similarly, create a Jenkins-snapshot repository:

Verify all repositories in the list:

Create a user that you can utilize from Jenkins to access Artifactory:

Click on New:

Provide user details and Save:

Verify the list of users:

Provide the newly created user with permissions to the repositories:

Security -> Pemissions

Create a new permission “jenkins-permission”

Select Repositories and click on Save & Finish:

Check the Permissions Management section in Artifactory for recent changes:

Edit the permissions and assign the user: If user is already admin then it has all permissions

Click on Save & Finish:

Check the Permissions Management section in Artifactory for recent changes:

Jfrog setup is complete

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