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Subject cvs commit: jakarta-ant/docs/manual/Integration VAJAntTool.html
Date Wed, 17 Apr 2002 14:59:12 GMT
umagesh     02/04/17 07:59:12

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  diff -u -r1.9 -r1.10
  --- VAJAntTool.html	25 Oct 2001 12:37:30 -0000	1.9
  +++ VAJAntTool.html	17 Apr 2002 14:59:12 -0000	1.10
  @@ -10,10 +10,10 @@
   <H1>Visual Age for Java Tasks and Plugin User Manual</H1>
    <a name="authors"></A>by<UL>
     <LI>Wolf Siberski
  -      (<A href="mailto:wolf.siberski@tui.de"> 
  +      (<A href="mailto:wolf.siberski@tui.de">
     wolf.siberski@tui.de</A> )
     <LI>Christoph Wilhelms
  -      (<A href="mailto:christoph.wilhelms@tui.de"> 
  +      (<A href="mailto:christoph.wilhelms@tui.de">
     christoph.wilhelms@tui.de</A>)</LI></UL>
   Version 1.2 - 2001/06/14<br>
   <hr>
  @@ -22,30 +22,30 @@
     <li><A href="#introduction">Introduction</A>
     <li><A href="#tasks">The Tasks</A><A href="#introduction"></A>
     <ul>
  -    <li><A href="#vajload">VAJLoad</A>&gt; 
  -    <li><A href="#vajexport">VAJExport</A>&gt; 
  +    <li><A href="#vajload">VAJLoad</A>&gt;
  +    <li><A href="#vajexport">VAJExport</A>&gt;
       <li><A href="#vajimport">VAJImport</A>&gt;</LI></UL>
     <li><A href="#sample_buildfile">A sample build file</A><br>
     <li><A href="#plugin">The Plugin</A>
     <ul>
  -    <li><A href="#installation">Installation</A>&gt; 
  +    <li><A href="#installation">Installation</A>&gt;
       <li><A href="#usage">Usage</A> </LI></UL>
  -  <li><A href="#faq">Frequently Asked Questions</A>&gt; 
  -  <li><A href="#va_versions">Visual Age Versions</A>&gt; 
  +  <li><A href="#faq">Frequently Asked Questions</A>&gt;
  +  <li><A href="#va_versions">Visual Age Versions</A>&gt;
     <li><A href="#history">History</A><A href="#history"></A>
</LI></UL>
   
   <hr>
   <h2><a name="introduction"></A>Introduction</H2>
  -<P>Visual Age for Java is a great Java IDE, but it lacks 
  -decent build support; for creating deliveries. On the other hand, Ant supports 
  -the build process very good, but is (at least at the moment) command line based. 
  -So we decided to write some tasks to access the VAJ repository and a small 
  -visual Ant frontend to make running Ant from VAJ possible. We use the Tool API 
  -to integrate Ant in VisualAge for Java. In combination with the VAJ tasks 
  -(vajload, vajexport, vajimport) you can load defined&nbsp;versions of projects 
  -into your workspace, export the source code, compile it with an external 
  -compiler and build a jar without leaving the IDE. Of course compile messages are 
  -viewed in a logging window. Concluding: This tool provides decent deployment 
  +<P>Visual Age for Java is a great Java IDE, but it lacks
  +decent build support; for creating deliveries. On the other hand, Ant supports
  +the build process very good, but is (at least at the moment) command line based.
  +So we decided to write some tasks to access the VAJ repository and a small
  +visual Ant frontend to make running Ant from VAJ possible. We use the Tool API
  +to integrate Ant in VisualAge for Java. In combination with the VAJ tasks
  +(vajload, vajexport, vajimport) you can load defined&nbsp;versions of projects
  +into your workspace, export the source code, compile it with an external
  +compiler and build a jar without leaving the IDE. Of course compile messages are
  +viewed in a logging window. Concluding: This tool provides decent deployment
   support VAJ has not (out of the box).</P>
   <H3>What's new</H3>
   <table cellpadding="2" cellspacing="2" border="0" width="500">
  @@ -58,12 +58,12 @@
           from the command line (Kudos to Glenn McAllister for describing the
           concept and providing source code at
   		<A href="http://www7.software.ibm.com/vad.nsf/Data/Document4366">
  -		http://www7.software.ibm.com/vad.nsf/Data/Document4366</A>.&nbsp; 
  +		http://www7.software.ibm.com/vad.nsf/Data/Document4366</A>.&nbsp;
   
  -        <LI>It is possible to cancel a running&nbsp;build 
  -        executed from the plugin 
  -        <LI>Improved error handling in the plugin. Now all 
  -        errors should show up either in the log window or in the 
  +        <LI>It is possible to cancel a running&nbsp;build
  +        executed from the plugin
  +        <LI>Improved error handling in the plugin. Now all
  +        errors should show up either in the log window or in the
       console.</LI></UL></TD></TR></TABLE>
   
   <h2><a name="tasks"></A>The Tasks</H2>
  @@ -89,7 +89,7 @@
   <P></P>
   <h2><a name="vajload"></A>VAJLoad</H2>
   <h3>Description:</H3>
  -<p>Loads a specified VAJ project version into the 
  +<p>Loads a specified VAJ project version into the
   workspace.</P>
   
   <h3>Parameters</H3>
  @@ -103,8 +103,8 @@
          <td valign="top">remote</TD>
          <td valign="top">
         <P>name and port of a remote tool server. (format:
  -      &lt;servername&gt;:&lt;port no&gt;).<BR>If this 
  -      attribute is set, the tasks will&nbsp;be executed on the specified tool 
  +      &lt;servername&gt;:&lt;port no&gt;).<BR>If this
  +      attribute is set, the tasks will&nbsp;be executed on the specified tool
         server.&nbsp;</P></TD>
          <td valign="top" align="middle">no</TD></TR></TABLE>
   
  @@ -118,7 +118,7 @@
          <td align="middle" valign="top"><b>Required</B></TD></TR>
        <tr>
          <td valign="top">name</TD>
  -       <td valign="top">name of the VAJ project to load into 
  +       <td valign="top">name of the VAJ project to load into
         the workspace</TD>
          <td valign="top" align="middle">yes</TD></TR>
        <tr>
  @@ -129,8 +129,8 @@
          <td valign="top">remote</TD>
          <td valign="top">
         <P>name and port of a remote tool server. (format:
  -      &lt;servername&gt;:&lt;port no&gt;).<BR>If this 
  -      attribute is set, the tasks will&nbsp;be executed on the specified tool 
  +      &lt;servername&gt;:&lt;port no&gt;).<BR>If this
  +      attribute is set, the tasks will&nbsp;be executed on the specified tool
         server.&nbsp;</P></TD>
          <td valign="top" align="middle">no</TD></TR></TABLE>
   
  @@ -159,17 +159,17 @@
          <td align="middle" valign="top"><b>Required</B></TD></TR>
        <tr>
          <td valign="top">destdir</TD>
  -       <td valign="top">location to store the exported 
  +       <td valign="top">location to store the exported
   files</TD>
          <td valign="top" align="middle">yes</TD></TR>
        <tr>
          <td valign="top">exportSources</TD>
  -       <td valign="top">export source files (default: 
  +       <td valign="top">export source files (default:
   "yes")</TD>
          <td valign="top" align="middle">no</TD></TR>
        <tr valign="top">
          <td valign="top">exportResources</TD>
  -       <td valign="top">export resource files (default: 
  +       <td valign="top">export resource files (default:
       "yes")</TD>
          <td valign="top" align="middle">no</TD></TR>
        <tr valign="top">
  @@ -178,27 +178,27 @@
          <td valign="top" align="middle">no</TD></TR>
        <tr valign="top">
          <td valign="top">exportDebugInfo</TD>
  -       <td valign="top">include debug info in exported class 
  +       <td valign="top">include debug info in exported class
         files (default: "no")</TD>
          <td valign="top" align="middle">no</TD></TR>
     <TR>
       <TD vAlign=top>defaultexcludes</TD>
       <TD vAlign=top>
  -      <P>use default excludes when exporting (default: "yes").<BR>Default excludes
are:&nbsp;IBM*/**, Java 
  -      class libraries/**, Sun class libraries*/**, JSP Page Compile Generated 
  +      <P>use default excludes when exporting (default: "yes").<BR>Default excludes
are:&nbsp;IBM*/**, Java
  +      class libraries/**, Sun class libraries*/**, JSP Page Compile Generated
         Code/**, VisualAge*/**&nbsp;</P></TD>
       <TD vAlign=top align="middle">no</TD></TR>
        <tr valign="top">
          <td valign="top">overwrite</TD>
  -       <td valign="top">  overwrite existing files (default: 
  +       <td valign="top">  overwrite existing files (default:
         "yes")</TD>
          <td valign="top" align="middle">no</TD></TR>
        <tr>
          <td valign="top">remote</TD>
          <td valign="top">
         <P>name and port of a remote tool server. (format:
  -      &lt;servername&gt;:&lt;port no&gt;).<BR>If this 
  -      attribute is set, the tasks will&nbsp;be executed on the specified tool 
  +      &lt;servername&gt;:&lt;port no&gt;).<BR>If this
  +      attribute is set, the tasks will&nbsp;be executed on the specified tool
         server.&nbsp;</P></TD>
          <td valign="top" align="middle">no</TD></TR></TABLE>
   
  @@ -217,7 +217,7 @@
          <td valign="top">name</TD>
          <td valign="top">name of the VAJ project and package to export.<br>
                 The first element of the name must be the project name, <br>
  -              then the package name elements 
  +              then the package name elements
         separated by '/'.</TD>
          <td valign="top">yes</TD></TR></TABLE>
   
  @@ -232,7 +232,7 @@
          <td align="middle" valign="top"><b>Required</B></TD></TR>
        <tr>
          <td valign="top">name</TD>
  -       <td valign="top">name of the VAJ project/package not to 
  +       <td valign="top">name of the VAJ project/package not to
         export</TD>
          <td valign="top" align="middle">yes</TD></TR></TABLE>
   
  @@ -256,8 +256,8 @@
   <h2><a name="vajimport"></A>VAJImport</H2>
   
   <h3>Description:</H3>
  -<p>Imports Java source files, class files and/or resources 
  -from the file system into VAJ. These imports can be specified with a fileset. 
  +<p>Imports Java source files, class files and/or resources
  +from the file system into VAJ. These imports can be specified with a fileset.
   </P>
   <h3>Parameters</H3>
   <table border="1" cellpadding="2" cellspacing="0">
  @@ -268,17 +268,17 @@
          <td align="middle" valign="top"><b>Required</B></TD></TR>
        <tr>
          <td valign="top">vajProject</TD>
  -       <td valign="top">imported files are added to this VAJ 
  +       <td valign="top">imported files are added to this VAJ
         project</TD>
          <td valign="top" align="middle">yes</TD></TR>
        <tr>
          <td valign="top">importSources</TD>
  -       <td valign="top">export source files (default: 
  +       <td valign="top">export source files (default:
   "yes")</TD>
          <td valign="top" align="middle">no</TD></TR>
        <tr valign="top">
          <td valign="top">importResources</TD>
  -       <td valign="top">export resource files (default: 
  +       <td valign="top">export resource files (default:
       "yes")</TD>
          <td valign="top" align="middle">no</TD></TR>
        <tr valign="top">
  @@ -289,8 +289,8 @@
          <td valign="top">remote</TD>
          <td valign="top">
         <P>name and port of a remote tool server. (format:
  -      &lt;servername&gt;:&lt;port no&gt;).<BR>If this 
  -      attribute is set, the tasks will&nbsp;be executed on the specified tool 
  +      &lt;servername&gt;:&lt;port no&gt;).<BR>If this
  +      attribute is set, the tasks will&nbsp;be executed on the specified tool
         server.&nbsp;</P></TD>
          <td valign="top" align="middle">no</TD></TR></TABLE>
   
  @@ -311,7 +311,7 @@
   excluding those in the subdirectory test<br>
   
   <hr>
  -<h2><a name="sample_buildfile"></A>The 
  +<h2><a name="sample_buildfile"></A>The
   Plugin</H2>
   The tasks are usable within VAJ by running the
   org.apache.tools.ant.Main class, but this is
  @@ -330,48 +330,48 @@
   install directory. If You have installed it elsewhere, adapt the pathes below.
   <h3>Plugin</H3>
   <ul>
  -  <li>install the Visual Age IDE Tools (via File-&gt;Quick 
  -  Start-&gt; Add feature-&gt;'IBM IDE Utility class libraries' 
  -  <li>import an appropriate XML parser to VAJ (we use Xerces 
  -  1.2.0 and are happy with it). Unfortunately the XML parser delivered with VAJ 
  -  (in the project 'IBM XML Parser for Java') doesn't work with Ant. You have to 
  -  remove that project (temporarily) from the workspace before importing another 
  -  XML implementation. 
  +  <li>install the Visual Age IDE Tools (via File-&gt;Quick
  +  Start-&gt; Add feature-&gt;'IBM IDE Utility class libraries'
  +  <li>import an appropriate XML parser to VAJ (we use Xerces
  +  1.2.0 and are happy with it). Unfortunately the XML parser delivered with VAJ
  +  (in the project 'IBM XML Parser for Java') doesn't work with Ant. You have to
  +  remove that project (temporarily) from the workspace before importing another
  +  XML implementation.
   
  -  <li>import the Ant sources <STRONG>and </STRONG>   resources into VAJ.

  +  <li>import the Ant sources <STRONG>and </STRONG>   resources into VAJ.
     <li>Create the directory <CODE>
         C:\IBMVJava\ide\tools\org-apache-tools-ant</CODE>.
  -  <li>export the Ant and XML parser class and resource files 
  -  into this directory. Be sure to select class files <STRONG>and</STRONG> 
        
  -          resources. Sources don't have to 
  -  be exported. Some optional tasks have errors and can't be exported when You 
  -  don't have the necessary packages in Your workspace (e.g. junit task, ejbc 
  -  task). If You need this tasks either import these packages into VAJ, too, or 
  -  copy the .class files directly from the binary distribution. 
  +  <li>export the Ant and XML parser class and resource files
  +  into this directory. Be sure to select class files <STRONG>and</STRONG>
  +          resources. Sources don't have to
  +  be exported. Some optional tasks have errors and can't be exported when You
  +  don't have the necessary packages in Your workspace (e.g. junit task, ejbc
  +  task). If You need this tasks either import these packages into VAJ, too, or
  +  copy the .class files directly from the binary distribution.
     <li>copy <CODE>default.ini</CODE> (in <CODE>
         jakarta-ant\src\...\taskdefs\optional\ide</CODE>)     to <CODE>
  -      C:\IBMVJava\ide\tools\org-apache-tools-ant\default.ini</CODE>. 
  +      C:\IBMVJava\ide\tools\org-apache-tools-ant\default.ini</CODE>.
   
     <li>if you want to access this help from the Workbench, create the
         directory <CODE> C:\IBMVJava\ide\tools\org-apache-tools-ant\doc</CODE>
         and copy the files     <CODE>VAJAntTool.html</CODE>,
         <CODE>toolmenu.gif</CODE> and     <CODE>
  -      anttool1.gif</CODE> to it. 
  -  <li>VAJ has to be restarted to recognize the new tool. 
  +      anttool1.gif</CODE> to it.
  +  <li>VAJ has to be restarted to recognize the new tool.
     <li>Now if You open the context menu of a project, You should see the entry
  -     'Ant Build' in the Tools submenu (see <A href="#usage">Usage</A>). 
  -  <li>Make sure the tool works as expected. Now You can 
  -  remove Ant and the imported XML parser from Your workspace (and optionally add 
  +     'Ant Build' in the Tools submenu (see <A href="#usage">Usage</A>).
  +  <li>Make sure the tool works as expected. Now You can
  +  remove Ant and the imported XML parser from Your workspace (and optionally add
     the IBM parser again). </LI></UL>
     <h3>Servlets for Remote Tool Access</H3>
   <UL>
  -  <LI>        
  +  <LI>
                      For
           a good introduction into the VAJ Remote Tool Access see the
           great introduction from Glenn McAllister at
   		<A href="http://www7.software.ibm.com/vad.nsf/Data/Document4366">
  -		http://www7.software.ibm.com/vad.nsf/Data/Document4366</A>.&nbsp;It 
  -  is highly recommended to read this article before doing the installation (to 
  +		http://www7.software.ibm.com/vad.nsf/Data/Document4366</A>.&nbsp;It
  +  is highly recommended to read this article before doing the installation (to
     understand what you do :-) ).
     <LI>insert the following lines into
     <code>C:\IBMVJava\ide\tools\com-ibm-ivj-toolserver\servlets\servlet.properties</CODE>.
  @@ -400,12 +400,12 @@
     VAJProjectDescription<BR>
     VAJToolsServlet<BR>
     VAJWorkspaceScanner</CODE>
  -  <LI>configure the Remote Access (via 
  -  Window-&gt;Options..., then choose 'Remote Access To Tool API') as shown in 
  +  <LI>configure the Remote Access (via
  +  Window-&gt;Options..., then choose 'Remote Access To Tool API') as shown in
     the following picture:</LI></UL>
     <P align=center><IMG height=645 alt="" src="remacc.gif"
    width=587 border=0 ></P>
  -<P>Now you should be able to execute VAJ Tasks from the 
  +<P>Now you should be able to execute VAJ Tasks from the
   command line.</P>
   
   <hr>
  @@ -416,39 +416,39 @@
   file is configured, it is really easy to use.<br>
   Go to your Workbench, select the project you want to deploy and
   open its context menu. In the submenu <i>Tools</I> you should find
  -the new entry <i>Ant Build</I>. Klick it to start the tool! </P>    
 
  +the new entry <i>Ant Build</I>. Klick it to start the tool! </P>
   
   <center><IMG height=246 src="toolmenu.gif" width=393 border=0></CENTER>
              After a short time this frame should pop up:
   <center><IMG height=241 alt=""
  - src="file://D:\javaext\jakarta-ant-1.4alpha\docs\manual\Integration\anttool1.gif" 
  + src="anttool1.gif"
    width=389 border=0></CENTER>
              This frame contains the following elements:
   <ul>
  -  <li>A menubar with some options described later 
  -  <li>The name of your selected VAJ project 
  -  <li>An entry field for the Ant XML buildfile with a browse 
  -  [...] button. The full qualified filename, including the directory is needed 
  -  here. 
  +  <li>A menubar with some options described later
  +  <li>The name of your selected VAJ project
  +  <li>An entry field for the Ant XML buildfile with a browse
  +  [...] button. The full qualified filename, including the directory is needed
  +  here.
     <li>A list with tasks specified in the buildfile. Until your first save of
         the build info (described later), this list will be empty. When loading
         a build file by the ( <EM>Re)Load&nbsp;</EM> button, this list
         is filled with all tasks which have a description attribute. The
         task you select in this list will be executed when pressing the
  -      <EM>Execute&nbsp;</EM> button. 
  -  <li>A pulldown box for specifying the log level. 
  +      <EM>Execute&nbsp;</EM> button.
  +  <li>A pulldown box for specifying the log level.
     <li>Four buttons. Two of them I have already
     described. The other are the <EM>Stop</EM> button to cancel a running build
  -  and the third one is just the <EM>Close</EM> button to exit our small tool!

  +  and the third one is just the <EM>Close</EM> button to exit our small tool!
     <li>Note that the build is canceled on the next console
  -  output after pressing the <EM>Stop</EM> button, not 
  +  output after pressing the <EM>Stop</EM> button, not
     directly after pressing it.</LI></UL>
   <P>
   After you have set up your buildprocess you might find it useful
   to save the data you've just entered, so we implemented an option to
   save it to the  repository into your selected project. Make sure that you
   have an open edition of your project before selecting
  -<i>Save 
  +<i>Save
   BuildInfo To Repository</I> from  the <i>File</I> menu.
   Now your information is saved to this edition of your  project and will
   be loaded automatically the next time you start <i>Ant Build</I>.<br>
  @@ -456,41 +456,41 @@
   with the <i>Log</I> item in the <i>File</I> menu, and if you want
to
   know who developed this, just select <i>About</I> in the <i>Help</I>
menu. </P>
   <H3>Servlets for Remote Tool Access</H3>
  -<P>With the servlets installed and the remote access 
  -running you can use Ant from the command line without any restrictions. Just 
  -make sure the remote attribute in your build file is set correctly.</P> 
  +<P>With the servlets installed and the remote access
  +running you can use Ant from the command line without any restrictions. Just
  +make sure the remote attribute in your build file is set correctly.</P>
   <hr>
  -<h2><a name="faq"></A>Frequently Asked 
  +<h2><a name="faq"></A>Frequently Asked
   Questions</H2>
  -<P><STRONG>Q: If I try to load a build 
  +<P><STRONG>Q: If I try to load a build
   file, I get the error "Can't load default task list". Why?</STRONG><br>
  -A: Ant not only contains class files, but also resource 
  -files. This messsage appears if the file 
  -<BR>.../org/apache/tools/ant/taskdefs/defaults.properties is 
  -missing. Make sure that you import/export not only java/class files, but also 
  +A: Ant not only contains class files, but also resource
  +files. This messsage appears if the file
  +<BR>.../org/apache/tools/ant/taskdefs/defaults.properties is
  +missing. Make sure that you import/export not only java/class files, but also
   all resource files when importing/exporting Ant.</P>
  -<P><STRONG>Q: I want to load, export 
  +<P><STRONG>Q: I want to load, export
   and build more then one Visual Age project to one jar! How to?</STRONG><br>
  -A: The VA tasks are able to load and export several 
  -Projects all at once. You can choose whatever project you like for storing the 
  +A: The VA tasks are able to load and export several
  +Projects all at once. You can choose whatever project you like for storing the
   tool information, it doesn't really matter </P>
  -<p><STRONG>Q: When I load my build 
  +<p><STRONG>Q: When I load my build
   file, the list of targets is empty. Why?</STRONG><br>
  -A: You 
  -need to add the optional "description" parameter to the targets you want to come 
  -up in the list. Then reload the build file in the "ant build" tool. We chose to 
  -display only targets with description to allow the build file developer to 
  +A: You
  +need to add the optional "description" parameter to the targets you want to come
  +up in the list. Then reload the build file in the "ant build" tool. We chose to
  +display only targets with description to allow the build file developer to
   distinguish between targets for end users and helper targets. </P>
  -<p><STRONG>Q: Is there a sample build 
  +<p><STRONG>Q: Is there a sample build
   file available? </STRONG><br>
   A: Now you can find an <A href="#sample_buildfile">example</A> in this manual
</P>
  -<p><STRONG>Q: Why does it export my 
  -entire workspace when I've already implicitly selected a project when starting 
  +<p><STRONG>Q: Why does it export my
  +entire workspace when I've already implicitly selected a project when starting
   the Tool?</STRONG><br>
  -A: This selection does not carry into 
  -the buildfile you are using. Set the Project name at the beginning of the 
  +A: This selection does not carry into
  +the buildfile you are using. Set the Project name at the beginning of the
   "includes" parameter. </P>
  -<p><STRONG>Q: When I import Ant into 
  +<p><STRONG>Q: When I import Ant into
   my Workspace, I get Problems reported. Can I ignore them?</STRONG><br>
   A: It depends on the problems reported, and what you want to do with Ant.
   Problems you can't ignore:
  @@ -499,45 +499,45 @@
         (see <A href="#installation">installation</A>)
     <li>Classes from com.ibm.ivj.util missing - install the Visual Age IDE
         Utility feature  (see <A href="#installation">installation</A>).
  -  <li>Errors in optional tasks you use within your build 
  +  <li>Errors in optional tasks you use within your build
     file</LI></UL>
   <br>
   
  -<p><STRONG>Q: I want to use the same 
  -buildfile both within Visual Age and from the command line using my regular Ant 
  +<p><STRONG>Q: I want to use the same
  +buildfile both within Visual Age and from the command line using my regular Ant
   environment. What do I need to be aware of?</STRONG><br>
  -A: 
  -You have to specifie a remote server via the 'remote' attribute. Otherwise the 
  +A:
  +You have to specifie a remote server via the 'remote' attribute. Otherwise the
   three Visual Age tasks won't work when executing Ant from the command line. </P>
   
  -<p><STRONG>Q: I can export packages 
  +<p><STRONG>Q: I can export packages
   from project 'ABC', but not from project 'XYZ'! Why?</STRONG><br>
   A: Common reasons are:</P>
   <UL>
  -<li>The project is excluded by the default excludes (see 
  -  attribute 'defaultexcludes' of VAJExport) 
  -<li>When looking at the project in the workspace, it is 
  -  often difficult to distinguish between project name and version name (e.g. as 
  -  in 'My GUI Components Java 2 3.5'). Check if you have the right project name 
  +<li>The project is excluded by the default excludes (see
  +  attribute 'defaultexcludes' of VAJExport)
  +<li>When looking at the project in the workspace, it is
  +  often difficult to distinguish between project name and version name (e.g. as
  +  in 'My GUI Components Java 2 3.5'). Check if you have the right project name
     by switching off the version name display temporarilly.</LI></UL>
  -<p><STRONG>Q: How do I control the 
  -import/export of sourcefiles, compiled files and project resources 
  +<p><STRONG>Q: How do I control the
  +import/export of sourcefiles, compiled files and project resources
   explicity?</STRONG><br>
  -A: Via the Boolean values 
  -exportClasses (default false) exportSources (default true) and exportResources 
  -(default true). In some situations, Resources are not exported correctly without 
  -this being explicity set. VAJ doesn't export resources correctly if a package 
  +A: Via the Boolean values
  +exportClasses (default false) exportSources (default true) and exportResources
  +(default true). In some situations, Resources are not exported correctly without
  +this being explicity set. VAJ doesn't export resources correctly if a package
   contains only resources (see below).</P>
   <hr>
  -<h2><a name="known_problems"></A>Known 
  +<h2><a name="known_problems"></A>Known
   Problems</H2>
   <ul>
  -  <li>Exporting a package containing just resources doesn't 
  -  work. This is a VAJ Tool API bug. Workaround: create a dummy class and set 
  +  <li>Exporting a package containing just resources doesn't
  +  work. This is a VAJ Tool API bug. Workaround: create a dummy class and set
     'exportSources' to false. </LI></UL>
   <hr>
   
  -<h2><a name="va_versions"></A>VisualAge 
  +<h2><a name="va_versions"></A>VisualAge
   for Java Versions</H2>
   This tool integration has been tested with versions 3.02 and 3.5
   of VisualAge for Java. It should run with the 2.x Versions, too, but
  @@ -554,7 +554,7 @@
     <TR>
       <TD vAlign=top>1.1</TD>
       <TD vAlign=top>2001/02/14</TD>
  -    <TD vAlign=top>Added Task documentation and more FAQs 
  +    <TD vAlign=top>Added Task documentation and more FAQs
         (thanks to Richard Bourke for the FAQ additions) </TD></TR>
        <tr valign="top">
          <td valign="top">1.2</TD>
  @@ -562,7 +562,7 @@
          <td valign="top">
         <P>Added documentation of new remote feature.<BR>Minor corrections.</P></TD></TR></TABLE>
   <hr>
  -<center>Copyright &amp;#copy 2001 Apache Software 
  +<center>Copyright &amp;#copy 2001,2002 Apache Software
   Foundation. All rights Reserved.</CENTER>
   </body>
   </html>
  
  
  

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