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From "Srinivas" <csr...@mahindrabt.com>
Subject Can you Please help me
Date Thu, 09 Jun 2005 10:03:33 GMT

Dear Loughran,

 	I am new to ant Scripting.  My requirement is like this.  We are using
Weblogic.

         I receive an .EAR file and before deployment my BUILD should do the
following.

		a. My Script should locate the weblogic-ejb-jar.xml inside the .EAR and
<trans-time-out></trans-time-out>
		   Element should be modified per EJB basis.

	What do you suggest?

Regards,
Srini.




-----Original Message-----
From: Steve Loughran [mailto:stevel@apache.org]
Sent: Thursday, June 09, 2005 2:31 PM
To: Ant Developers List
Subject: Re: Updates to the Maven Artifact Ant tasks


Brett Porter wrote:
> On 6/8/05, Steve Loughran <stevel@apache.org> wrote:

>>Here in ant-land, we've done two things to make the stuff work better
>>
>>1.
>
>
> Are these the same points you added below?


no, I forgot to type some stuff

1. Resource collections are a new way of representing stuff; filesets
are inherently resource collections. I'm told this will make it easier
to manipulate filesets.

2. what was #2? I forget.

>
>
>>1. build file tests; check handling of missing required items, etc, etc.
>>ant-testutils is the jar for this.
>
>
> Ok, that will be worth a look. I'm pretty flat out for the next ocuple
> of weeks, then JavaOne, then holidays - so I'll revisit this next
> month :)
>
> Is this still going to give enough time to prepare for Ant 1.7?

Maybe. I might have a go at starting the test suite, its not too hard in
junit, and now AntUnit promises more simplicity.

>
>>5. something to map from (artifact,groupid,version) to the path to a
>>jar, to a pom, or the base dir. Here is my macro to get the dest
>>directory, used when copying in local stuff.
>
>
> I thought that was why dependencies had a fileset ID, so you didn't
> need to worry about constructing paths, or knowing where the local
> repository is if using external config?

its primarily for local deployment-by-copying. Now, maven itself has a
built in publish-to-a-repository goal doesnt it? That is what i really
need, I suspect. Push out an artifact to a location, generate a POM file
on demand, plus the checksums.

> Anyway, happy for this to go into JIRA. It can use the code already in
> Maven to set the property and it would be flexible across layouts.
>
> The proxy idea in a later email is also good, JIRA'd.

...just another example of how J2SE is laptop unfriendly. I think it
comes from sun's no-laptop-except-powerbooks-you-buy-yourself policy.


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