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From "Conor MacNeill" <co...@cortexebusiness.com.au>
Subject Re: <wlrun>, finding the confi.xml file
Date Mon, 30 Apr 2001 10:47:13 GMT
From: "Les Hughes" <leslie.hughes@rubus.com>
> Here's my wlrun task:-
>
> <wlrun classpath="${weblogic.classes}" name="${ant.project.name}"
> domain="${ant.project.name}domain" home="${weblogic.home}"
> password="${weblogic.password}" beahome="${bea.home}" />
>
> And here's the bit of my props file:
>
> #weblogic settings
>
> bea.home=D:/weblogic
> weblogic.home=${bea.home}/wlserver6.0sp1
>
weblogic.classes=${weblogic.home}/classes;${weblogic.home}/lib/weblogic.jar
> wweblogic.password=password
>
> I'm getting license not found problems
>

Les, That looks OK. There isn't a classes directory anymore so you can just
use "${weblogic.home}/lib/weblogic.jar" as the weblogic.classes value. I
don't think that would be a factor so the best I can suggest is to run ant
with -v to see the wlrun command line. You can then see how that works
outside of ant.

Conor





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