How to Deploy BPM artifacts into Artifactory repository 


  • JDK 7  installed 
  • Oracle BPM Suite 12G installed 
  • Artifactory is installed, and a repository is created 
The following system variable needs to be set before deploying the BPM artifacts into Artifactory
  • set JAVA_HOME=C:\jdk1.7.0_80
  • set ORACLE_HOME=C:\Oracle\Middleware\Oracle_Home
  • set M2_HOME=C:\Users\<USER>\.m2
  • set PATH = $ORACLE_HOME%\oracle_common\modules\org.apache.maven_3.0.5\bin


Update your Profile and Server elements point to Artifactory repository in your maven SETTINGS.XML . The file is located under M2_HOME location.

Go to the Oracle BPM sync home directory

Install the sync plugin 

Here, the  -DrepositoryId should match the value of the Profile ID and Server ID in your maven settings.xml and -Durl is Artifactory repository URL.

Now sync the Oracle BPM artifacts into Artifactory

The following command pushes all the middleware artifacts into Artifctroy. You will get the Build Successful message at the end of this command.

Once the above command is executed successfully, all the deployed artifacts are displayed under the  ‘artifactory‘ as shown below


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