Working with repositories

This page was generated from content adapted from the AWS Developer Guide

Create a repository

  • Note After you create a repository, you cannot change its name, associated AWS account, or domain.
  • Note To create a repository with an upstream, you must have permission for the AssociateWithDownstreamRepository action on the upstream repository.

View or modify a repository configuration

  • Note After you create a repository, you cannot change its name, associated AWS account, or domain.
  • Note To add an upstream repository, you must have permission for the AssociateWithDownstreamRepository action on the upstream repository.

Repository policies

  • Note The codeartifact:ReadFromRepository action can only be used on a repository resource. You cannot put a package's Amazon Resource Name (ARN) as a resource with codeartifact:ReadFromRepository as the action to allow read access to a subset of packages in a repository. A given principal can either read all the packages in a repository or none of them.
  • Note You cannot grant permissions to another AWS account to update the resource policy on a repository using a resource policy, since the resource policy is ignored when calling put-repository-permissions-policy.
  • Important To grant permission to publish Maven and NuGet package versions, add the following permissions in addition to codeartifact:PublishPackageVersion. NuGet: codeartifact:ReadFromRepository and specify the repository resource Maven: codeartifact:PutPackageMetadata

Tag a repository

  • Note To get the ARN of the repository, run the describe-repository command:
  • Note To get the ARN of the repository, run the describe-repository command:
  • Note To get the ARN of the repository, run the describe-repository command:
  • Note If you delete a repository, all tag associations are removed from the deleted repository. You do not have to remove tags before you delete a repository.
  • Note To get the ARN of the repository, run the describe-repository command: