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    4.5. Uploading Artifacts
    -When you build makes use of proprietary or custom dependencies which are not available from public
    +When your build makes use of proprietary or custom dependencies which are not available from public
    repositories, you will often need to find a way to make them available to developers in a custom Maven
    repository. Nexus ships with a preconfigured 3rd Party repository that was designed to hold 3rd Party
    dependencies which are used in your builds. To upload artifacts to a repository, select a hosted repository
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    uploading is a JAR file that was created by Maven it will already have POM information embedded
    in it, but if you are uploading a JAR from a vendor you will likely need to set the Group Identifier,
    Artifact Identifier, and Version manually. To do this, select GAV Parameters from the GAV Definition
    -dropdown at the top of this form. Selecting GAV Parameters will expose a set of form fields which will
    +dropdown menu at the top of this form. Selecting GAV Parameters will expose a set of form fields which will
    let you set the Group, Artifact, Version, and Packaging of the artifacts being uploaded. If you would
    prefer to set the Group, Artifact, and Version from a POM file which was associated with the uploaded
    -artifact, select From POM in the GAV Definition dropdown. Selecting From POM in this dropdown
    +artifact, select From POM in the GAV Definition dropdown menu. Selecting From POM in this dropdown menu

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