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The binaries needed for the SDK are hosted in a Maven repository by PKWARE.


The repository is password protected; contact PKWARE Sales and Support for access.

Getting the packages

Add the following to your repositories block

maven {
    url ''
    credentials {
        username 'Username issued by PKWARE to your company'
        password 'Password issued by PKWARE to your company'

Then add the dependency

dependencies {

Integrate the following into your pom.xml



Integrate the following into your ~/.m2/settings.xml


If not using a maven-package compatible build system, or if unable to reach the PKWARE repository server via your build tool, you can download the JAR files manually.

  1. Navigate to
  2. Sign in using your company’s credentials
  3. Refresh the page. You should now be able to see the artifacts.
  4. Expand that target artifact all the way and download the JAR files needed
  5. Be sure to check the POM files for transitive dependencies and include those in your build as well


A Java 8 or higher JRE is required. The SDK includes native code, and therefore has system dependencies. PKWARE has confirmed that it works on the following platforms:

  • MacOS
  • Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6+ 64-bit
  • SUSE Linux Enterprise Server 11+
  • Ubuntu 16.04+ 64-bit
  • Windows 7 / Windows Server 2008 R2 64-bit

The SDK is likely to run on other 64-bit GNU-based linux systems with libc version 2.12 or higher.

Package Integrity

The following checksums can be used if wanting to verify the integrity of the package and transitive dependencies published by PKWARE.


SHA1: b6d2e79b1a5329ece7fa8c576e77600e5175c2de

MD5: 36e860184faea2f0c18fe39c6d8db8ed


SHA1: 0d5807beb3c473c5d0efeff20e9a80af13b6757d

MD5: 584d4d2b9ca62d545c4f7f10f7e617ed


SHA1: c0183b0914b749f060e31ed815b4fdb26bc108fa

MD5: f88b0c9ebf8947d4ad944faaf841b736