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      If you want to standardize on a specific version of a dependency like Hibernate or Spring you can enforce
      this standardization by only providing access to a specific version of an artifact in Nexus. You might
      be concerned with making sure that every external dependency has a license compatible with your legal
      -standards for adopting and integrating open source libraries. If you are producing a application which is
      +standards for adopting and integrating open source libraries. If you are producing an application that is
      distributed, you might want to make sure that no one inadvertently adds a dependency on a third-party
      library covered under a copy-left license like the GPL. All of this is possible with Nexus.

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      and metadata stored in a defined directory structure which is used by clients such Maven, Mercury, or
      Ivy to retrieve binaries during a build process. In the case of the Maven repository, the primary type of

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