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From "M.A.Dunphy" <>
Subject RE: weblogic ejbjar creation failure
Date Fri, 09 Feb 2001 11:58:03 GMT
And more info.

Just got somebody else to install ant, and sun's xml parser on another
machine. changed the dos environment so that it knows about these two. Ran
ant and got the same result!!! So would this imply it's something to do with
the build.xml file rather than my machine?


-----Original Message-----
From: M.A.Dunphy []
Sent: 09 February 2001 10:37
To: ''
Subject: RE: weblogic ejbjar creation failure

And more info,

When ant debug prints to show that it is attempting to build the ejbjar,
from an explorer if I attempt to delete the original login.jar file, windows
returns saying access denied, share violation.

So who's acessing the original jar file?

-----Original Message-----
From: M.A.Dunphy []
Sent: 09 February 2001 10:27
To: ''
Subject: RE: weblogic ejbjar creation failure


In the weblogic nested element, I've set the keepgeneric option, so that
after running ant, I still have the login-generic.jar. I've then run the
java weblogic.ejbc call in the same DOS window and it has no problem over
writing the original login.jar file. What has changed, this was working
before?. The only different I can see visually, is the ant debug says it is
forking to run the java weblogic.ejbc call. What does this do exactly? Is
there some way to not fork to identify if this is the problem?



-----Original Message-----
From: Conor MacNeill []
Sent: 09 February 2001 10:19
Subject: Re: weblogic ejbjar creation failure


Perhaps some other process has a lock on the jar. Can you delete the file
by hand using explorer? Also trying running the ejbc invocation directly
rather than through Ant and see if it gives the same behaviour.


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