Once the Conan client is installed, you can access Conan repositories in Artifactory through its command line interface. You can only install packages from or export packages to your Artifactory local Conan repository using the Conan client.
Don't let Conan terminology confuse you. For the purposes of this integration, the Conan "Remote" is actually the Artifactory local repository you have created for Conan packages.
Once you have created your Conan repository, select it in the Tree Browser and click Set Me Up, to see the code snippets you will need in order to use your repository as a source to install packages and as a target for export.
In the sections below, <REMOTE> is used to denote the logical name you set with which the Conan client can identify the Conan local repository in Artifactory.
To use your local repository with Conan, you first need to add it as a Conan "Remote" to the client as follows:
conan remote add <REMOTE> http://<ARTIFACTORY_URL>/api/conan/<REPO_KEY>
<REPO_KEY> is the repository key.
When accessing a Conan repository through Artifactory, the repository URL must be prefixed with api/conan in the path. This applies to all Conan commands including
For example, if you are using Artifactory standalone or as a local service, you would access your Conan repositories using the following URL:
Or, if you are using Artifactory SaaS, the URL would be:
To authenticate the Conan client to Artifactory you need to log in using:
conan user -p <PASSWORD> -r <REMOTE> <USERNAME>
If Artifactory is configured for anonymous access, you may skip authenticating the Conan client.
To install dependencies from Artifactory as defined in your
conanfile.txt file use:
conan install . -r <REMOTE>
To upload packages to your Artifactory local Conan repository use:
conan upload <RECIPE> -r <REMOTE> --all
Where <RECIPE> specifies your Conan recipe reference formatted <NAME>/<VERSION>@<USER>/<CHANNEL>
Artifactory lets you view selected metadata of a Conan package directly from the UI.
In the Artifacts tab, select Tree Browser and drill down to select the package file you want to inspect. The metadata is displayed in the Conan Info tab. The specific information displayed depends on the tree item you have selected. Selecting the root item of a package displays details of the Conan recipe used to upload the package.
If you select one of the packages, you get detailed Conan Package info including Settings, Options and dependencies ("Requires")