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Overview

Local repositories are physical, locally-managed repositories into which you can deploy artifacts. Using local repositories, Artifactory gives you a central location to store your internal binaries. Through repository replication, you can even share binaries with teams that are located in remote locations.

Artifacts in a local repository can be accessed directly using the following URL:
http://<host>:<port>/artifactory/<local-repository-name>/<artifact-path>

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Configuring a Local Repository

To configure a local repository, in the Administration module, go to Repositories | Repositories and click Local.


Set the parameters in the Advanced tab.

Blacked out
If set, Artifactory ignores this repository when trying to resolve artifacts. The repository is also not available for download or deployment of artifacts.
Allow content browsing

When set, allows Artifactory users to browse the internal contents of archives (for example, browsing specific Javadoc files from within a Javadoc archive).

Care

When archive browsing is allowed, strict content moderation should be employed to ensure malicious users do not upload content that may compromise security (e.g. cross-site scripting attacks)

Enable CDN Download
Enables CDN Download requests to this repository will redirect the client to download the files directly from AWS CloudFront. Supported for Enterprise+ and Enterprise Licenses. For more information, see Artifactory Cloud with CDN Distribution.
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