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From Jon Tirsén <>
Subject RE: Call for "success stories"
Date Tue, 24 Oct 2000 10:25:58 GMT
We at eMM Marketplace AB, a Postgirot Bank AB subsidiary,
are using ant to build our product, a marketplace for the nordic B2B
e-commerce-market. Postgirot is in Sweden the totally dominating bank within
electronic payments. We expect to dominate the swedish e-commerce market
leveraging their existing customer-base.

We use ant 1.2rc for ordinary development-builds and for the nightly-builds.
We use the StarTeam-tasks and several in-house built tasks for labelling
builds, doing ejbc, reporting change-requests etc. Also we distribute the
builds to test and other environments using the FTP-task (which is working
so-so). We also expect to use the JUnit-task soon for nightly smoke-tests.
The first and main reason for using ant is because all development is in
Windows 2000 and all tests and production is in Solaris. We really needed
the platform-independence. Also we like it because it's all Java and so are
we, and because it is so easy to expand.

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jesse Tilly []
> Sent: Monday, October 23, 2000 9:26 PM
> To: ''
> Subject: Call for "success stories"
> In the "experiences with Ant" thread, some people mentioned where Ant is
> used.  Most interestingly iPlanet was mentioned.  How does iPlanet utilize
> Ant?  Can I just get responses from everyone who's willing to
> publicly admit
> (ie not be afraid for others to find out) their company is using
> Ant or know
> of projects that do use it profusely?  On anything high-profile,
> a URL would
> be very helpful.
> Thanks to everyone and I'll be the first:  HotelTools uses Ant for its
> development and production build/deployment management.
> > J E S S E  E  T I L L Y
> > Senior Programmer, Development
> > ____________________________________________
> > HotelTools, Inc.
> > 100 Galleria Parkway, Suite 1020
> > Atlanta, GA  30339
> > ph: 770.956.4080 x5361
> > fax: 770.956.4077
> > cell: 678.524.5764
> >
> >
>  <<Jesse Tilly.vcf>>

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