while i try to add above location as a remote repository in jrog artifactory, it warns that my account is forbiden. While I try to access it manually using my account, same error.
I set the username/password according to below notes: set the first part of your license key (before dash) in the Username field and the second part of your license key (after dash) in the Password field.
Now I can download premium jars from xxxx/artifactory/list/premium - I tried the way you mentioned in “Create remote Artifactory repo”. But I can’t add the repo to a virtual repo, it seems can be used only via repositories configured in build.gradle. While I tried to add it to a virtual repo, 403 error according to log. So for my project, at least I need to add two repos(one for cuba premium and one for others), but I want only one virtual repo, is it possible?
we do not store vaadin-context-menu artifact in our repos. Probably you missed our default repos in your Artifactory proxy (virtual repository). Ensure that your virtual repo contains the following repositories: