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From rjack2 <rja...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: File Name wiht NLS Special Characters
Date Fri, 05 Sep 2008 15:10:03 GMT

Folks,

After Stefan pointed out that Ant has it's own Apt task I seem to have this
working.  I've created a target that includes the apt tasks below. I had to
break my "Beans" out individually because my web methods throws "Exception"
and the task can not seem to overwrite the generated Exception. Additionally
we use UTF-8 encoding for our source files.

     <apt  encoding="UTF-8" includes="c2s\S_VIEWS_NOIM_EX_ÃÑÑÖÏÑG_Bean.java"
      target="1.5"
      source="1.5"
	  	srcdir="C:\downloads\data\CA\projects\gen_8_projects\COOP07ex.ief\java\"
   	
destdir="C:\downloads\data\CA\projects\gen_8_projects\COOP07ex.ief\java\classes\P303">
	    <classpath>
	       <path refid="classpath.jaxws"></path>
		   		<path refid="classpath.base"></path>
	       <pathelement
location="C:\downloads\data\CA\projects\gen_8_projects\COOP07ex.ief\java\"></pathelement>
	    </classpath>
	    </apt>
     <apt  encoding="UTF-8" includes="c2s\S_VIEWS_IM_EX_ÃÑÑÖÏÑG_Bean.java"
      target="1.5"
      source="1.5"
	  	srcdir="C:\downloads\data\CA\projects\gen_8_projects\COOP07ex.ief\java\"
   	
destdir="C:\downloads\data\CA\projects\gen_8_projects\COOP07ex.ief\java\classes\P303">
	    <classpath>
	       <path refid="classpath.jaxws"></path>
		   		<path refid="classpath.base"></path>
	       <pathelement
location="C:\downloads\data\CA\projects\gen_8_projects\COOP07ex.ief\java\"></pathelement>
	    </classpath>
	    </apt>

Thanks for your help and hopefully this may help others.

Robert Jackson


rjack2 wrote:
> 
> This seems to be a problem because apt uses the command line interface to
> the OS.  I wonder if there is a way to run the annotations using javac 1.6
> rather than apt.
> 
> It looks like a part of the problem is the windows "codepage" apparently 
> onl all of our 
> machines are defaulted to 437. 
> 
> Wehn I run this code with the codepage changed to cp1252. It seems to
> work. 
> Still now sure why I have to wrap it in a "for" loop.
> 
> REM Change code page to 1252
> chcp 1252
> 
> cd /d "C:\downloads\data\CA\projects\gen_8_projects\COOP07ex.ief\java\c2s"
> 
> 
> for /F "delims=" %%a in ('dir  /b  *_Bean.java') do  (
>   echo  FileName=%%a
>   
> C:\downloads\data\CA\projects\gen_8_projects\COOP07ex.ief\java\classes\P306\c2s\jaxws
> /q
> 	C:\jdk1.6.0.04\bin\apt.exe %%a -d .....
> 
> 
> rjack2 wrote:
>> 
>> 
>> 
>> Stefan Bodewig wrote:
>>> 
>>> On Mon, 25 Aug 2008, <rjack2@gmail.com> wrote:
>>> 
>>>> Folks,
>>>> 
>>>> I'm trying to run the Jax-ws APT ant task on file with a NLS name:
>>>> 
>>>> S_BASIC_ÃÑÑÖÏÑG_Bean.java
>>> 
>>> I don't think you are asking on the correct list.  There may be people
>>> on the user list who use the same task (I don't even know it) and can
>>> help.
>>> 
>>> Since I don't know how the task is implemented, I can only guess.  If
>>> you run Ant in verbose mode, does it give you any hint on how it
>>> invokes apt?  Does it use a command line or does it invoke it via a
>>> Java API inside the Ant process?  If the former is used, does the same
>>> command line work if you use it outside of Ant?
>>> 
>>> Stefan
>>> 
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>>> 
>> 
>> Now that you mention it, that' probably the problem. Apt and Wsgen both
>> appear to use the command line. Dos seems to pass them back he wrong file
>> name unless I use something like S_*_Bean.java. Apt also seems to have
>> problems reading the NLS characters in the file name.
>> 
>> Regards,
>> 
>> Robert Jackson
>> 
>> 
> 
> 

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