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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 8190] - <ejbjar> client-jar created on cur-dir instead of relative to ejbjar
Date Tue, 18 Jun 2002 08:01:40 GMT
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<ejbjar> client-jar created on cur-dir instead of relative to ejbjar





------- Additional Comments From j_a_fernandez@yahoo.com  2002-06-18 08:01 -------
Some comments on this issue:

1) If I understand correctly WL's ejbc is run in a separate VM, clould it be 
possible to specify a different directory in which to run the command so that 
the jars get put there? something like clientdir="lib/clients".

2) Weblogic will recreate this files once you actually deploy on the server,
my main problem with the current behaviour is that it polutes my top directory 
with this useless (at this time) jar files. Maybe an option of 
preserveClientJars="false" could be use for the task to delete the generated 
jars.

3) It is not clear what WL will do if you have several ejb-jar.xml files that 
mention the same client-jar entry (I would like to get all them combined bt I 
doubt that will happen) maybe we should have our own <clientjar/> task that 
knows how to pick the right classes and puts them in the right places.

Food for thought.

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