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From Shaka Tard <shakat...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Help with publish
Date Fri, 01 Jul 2011 22:32:42 GMT
That completely fixed my problem.  Thank you so very much!  I'm not sure why
I didn't see that before.

Many thanks and blessings, Maarten!

On Thu, Jun 30, 2011 at 5:39 PM, Maarten Coene <maarten_coene@yahoo.com>wrote:

> Could you try adding the srcivypattern attribute to your ivy:publish task
> and make it point to your ivy.xml file?
>
> Maarten
>
>
>
> ________________________________
> From: Shaka Tard <shakatard@gmail.com>
> To: ivy-user@ant.apache.org
> Sent: Thursday, June 30, 2011 1:14 AM
> Subject: Help with publish
>
> I'm writing to see if anyone else is having this issue with Ivy, or whether
> I am doing wrongly.  I apologize profusely, but I have not found any
> satisfactory answer to my problem in any message group after extensively
> researching this problem for days (not full time).
>
> I am trying to publish an artifact to Nexus from an ANT build occurring on
> Hudson, and I generally follow the following steps in my ant build (I'm not
> posting full versions unless requested):
>
> <ivy:settings id="snrm" file="${workspace.dir}/ivysettings.xml"
> realm="Sonatype Nexus Repository Manager@sandbox"/>
> <ivy:resolve />
> <ivy:buildnumber organisation="${ivy.organisation}"
>             module="ste-batch"
>             resolver="SPE-snapshots"
>             default="1.0.0"
>             revSep="."/>
>
> By this time, ${ivy.new.revision} has advanced to 1.0.1, and I *manually*
> set a property called ${revision-number} to that new number.
>
> Then, I have ANY copy the existing jar (ste-batch.jar) to a file named
> (ste-batch-1.0.1.jar), because 1.0.0 exists in Nexus already (which works
> perfectly ok when publishing something that has never existed before---I
> expect that because I state the default revision to be 1.0.0 explicitly)
>
> All of this works as expected up until here.
>
> When I perform the publish:
>
>         <ivy:publish revision="${revision-number}" resolver="SPE-snapshots"
> update="true" settingsRef="snrm" publishIvy="true">
>             <artifacts pattern="workspace/[artifact].[ext]" />
>             <artifacts
> pattern="workspace/STE/work/assemble/[artifact]-[revision].[ext]" />
>             <artifacts
>
> pattern="workspace/STE/components/batch/work/assemble/[artifact]-[revision].[ext]"
> />
>         </ivy:publish>
>
> ANT fails with the following error:
>
> /home/hudson/.hudson/jobs/Publish-TEST/workspace/build.xml:120:
> spe#ste-batch;1.0.2:
> java.lang.IllegalStateException: ivy file not found in cache for
> spe#ste-batch;1.0.2:
> please resolve dependencies before delivering
> (/home/hudson/.ivy2/cache/resolved-spe-ste-batch-1.0.2.xml)
>
>
> The file
>
> /home/hudson/.ivy2/cache/resolved-spe-ste-batch-1.0.2.xml
>
> is never created, and from my research, this occurs because I am trying to
> publish a file, with the name apps-standard-batch-1.0.2.xml, that had not
> been resolved yet. However, that confuses me because it is the artifact I
> am
> trying to build, not some dependency I am trying to resolve.
>
> The suggestion I thought might closest help me resolve this issue seems to
> express the idea that I need to perform a resolve again after the new file
> has been created.  However, I have tried that (and it doesn't do anything
> at
> all, as expected), but I don't know how or why that would work unless the
> new revision was somehow represented in my ivy.xml file, which it isn't,
> and
> anyway, I'm trying to not put custom revision numbers in my ivy.xml file
> regardless.
>
> I expect I am missing something elementary here, but would love to hear any
> suggestions or comments.  I can provide more complete examples of the
> ivysettings.xml, ivy.xml, build.xml files as requested.
>
> Thanks very much in advance,
> Shaka Tardimurthy
>

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