Use the Composer Command Line

JFrog Artifactory Documentation

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Once the Composer client is installed, you can access Composer repositories in Artifactory through its command line interface.

Composer repositories must be prefixed with api/composer in the path

When accessing a Composer repository through Artifactory, the repository URL must be prefixed with api/composer in the path. This applies to all Composer commands including composer install.

For example, if you are using Artifactory standalone or as a local service, you would access your Composer repositories using the following URL:

http://localhost:8081/artifactory/api/composer/<repository key>

Or, if you are using Artifactory Cloud, the URL would be:

https://<server name>.jfrog.io/artifactory/api/composer/<repository key>

Once you have created a Composer repository, from the Application module go to Artifactory |Artifacts | Artifact Repository Browser and click Set Me Up to get code snippets you can use to set your Composer repository URL in your config.json file.

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Composer config.json file

Windows: %userprofile%\.composer\config.json

Linux: ~/.composer/config.json

Replace the Default Repository

You can change the default repository specified for the Composer command line in the config.json file as follows:

{
    "repositories": [
        {
            "type": "composer",
            "url": "https://localhost:8081/artifactory/api/composer/composer-local"},
        {  
            "packagist": false
        }
    ]
}

Working with a secure URL (HTTPS) is considered a best practice, but you may also work with an insecure URL (HTTP) by setting the secure-http configuration to false:

{
    "config": {
         "secure-http" : false
    },
    "repositories": [
     ...
    ]
}

GitHub Authentication

From November 2020, GitHub no longer accepts account passwords when authenticating via the REST API and instead requires the use of token-based authentication such as a personal access token for all authenticated API operations on GitHub.com.Introduction to Access Tokens