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From "Robert Nicholson" <rob...@elastica.com>
Subject RE: Help with Ant problem...
Date Wed, 16 May 2001 00:30:05 GMT
When running ant via an ant task what are relative directories in the
build.xml file relative to?

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Robert Nicholson [mailto:robert@elastica.com]
> Sent: Tuesday, May 15, 2001 1:34 PM
> To: Ant-User
> Subject: Help with Ant problem...
>
>
> I've ported the petstore 1.1.2 to weblogic 6.0 and one of the rules I've
> created is
>
> an ejbc rule
>
> Do not try to run ejbc at deployment time in Weblogic 6 with
> petstore.ear it
> won't work
> as it cannot , at that time, correctly resolve classes across jars. So I
> have to run
> ejbc before deployment.
>
> now... I'm a little confused as I have the following directory structure
>
> jps1.1.2/src/components/build.xml
> jps1.1.2/src/components/customer/src/build.xml
>
> the first build.xml invokes the following rule
>
> <target name="core" depends="init">
>     <ant antfile="${tracer.home}/src/build.xml" dir="${tracer.home}/src"
> target="core" />
>     <ant antfile="${customer.home}/src/build.xml"
> dir="${customer.home}/src"
> target="core" />
>     <ant antfile="${personalization.home}/src/build.xml"
> dir="${personalization.home}/src" target="core" />
>     <ant antfile="${inventory.home}/src/build.xml"
> dir="${inventory.home}/src" target="core" />
>     <ant antfile="${signon.home}/src/build.xml" dir="${signon.home}/src"
> target="core"/>
>     <ant antfile="${shoppingcart.home}/src/build.xml"
> dir="${shoppingcart.home}/src" target="core" />
>     <ant antfile="${mail.home}/src/build.xml" dir="${mail.home}/src"
> target="core" />
>   </target>
>
> So this runs ant on the customer/src/build.xml rule and it executes
> this rule
>
> customerejbjar which looks like this
>
> <target name="customerejbjar" depends="init">
>     <property name="customer.buildjardir"
> value="${customer.home}/build/ejbjar"/>
>     <mkdir dir="${customer.buildjardir}/META-INF"/>
>     <copydir src="${customer.classbindir}"
> dest="${customer.buildjardir}" />
>     <copydir src="${util.classbindir}" dest="${customer.buildjardir}" />
>     <copyfile src="customer_ejb.xml"
> dest="${customer.buildjardir}/META-INF/ejb-jar.xml" />
>     <copyfile src="weblogic-ejb-jar.xml"
> dest="${customer.buildjardir}/META-INF/weblogic-ejb-jar.xml" />
>     <delete file="${customer.ejbjar}"/>
>     <jar jarfile="${customer.ejbjar}" basedir="${customer.buildjardir}"/>
>     <deltree dir="${customer.buildjardir}"/>
>   </target>
>
> All of this work fine.
>
> ${customer.ejbjar} is defined as ../build/customerEjb.jar
>
> In this build.xml I also have
>
> <target name="ejbc" depends="init">
>   	<java classname="weblogic.ejbc" fork="no"
> classpath="${weblogic.classpath}" args="-compiler javac ${customer.ejbjar}
> ${customer.ejbcjar}"/>
>   </target>
>
> Now.
>
> when I execute ant or build.bat which executes ant from
> jps1.1.2/src/components/build.bat I get
>
> D:\Java\JPS11~1.2\src\components>build
> Buildfile: build.xml
> Project base dir set to: D:\Java\jps1.1.2\src\components
> Executing Target: init
> Executing Target: core
> Project base dir set to: D:\Java\jps1.1.2\src\components\util\tracer\src
> Project base dir set to: D:\Java\jps1.1.2\src\components\util\tracer\src
> Executing Target: init
> Executing Target: compile_classes
> Executing Target: core
> Project base dir set to: D:\Java\jps1.1.2\src\components\customer\src
> Project base dir set to: D:\Java\jps1.1.2\src\components\customer\src
> Executing Target: init
> Executing Target: compile_util_classes
> Executing Target: compile_classes
> Executing Target: customerejbjar
> Created dir:
> D:\Java\jps1.1.2\src\components\customer\build\ejbjar\META-INF
> Copying 48 files to D:\Java\jps1.1.2\src\components\customer\build\ejbjar
> Copying 1 files to D:\Java\jps1.1.2\src\components\customer\build\ejbjar
> Deleting: D:\Java\jps1.1.2\src\components\customer\build\customerEjb.jar
> Building jar:
> D:\Java\jps1.1.2\src\components\customer\build\customerEjb.jar
> Deleting: D:\Java\jps1.1.2\src\components\customer\build\ejbjar
> Executing Target: ejbc
> ERROR: ejb-jar file: ../build/customerEjb.jar could not be opened.
>
> D:\Java\JPS11~1.2\src\components>
>
> If I cd into the customer component directory
>
> ie. jps1.1.2\src\components\customer\src
>
> and run ant
>
> I get
>
> D:\Java\JPS11~1.2\src\components\customer\src>build
> Buildfile: build.xml
> Project base dir set to: D:\Java\jps1.1.2\src\components\customer\src
> Executing Target: init
> Executing Target: compile_util_classes
> Executing Target: compile_classes
> Executing Target: customerejbjar
> Created dir:
> D:\Java\jps1.1.2\src\components\customer\build\ejbjar\META-INF
> Copying 48 files to D:\Java\jps1.1.2\src\components\customer\build\ejbjar
> Copying 1 files to D:\Java\jps1.1.2\src\components\customer\build\ejbjar
> Deleting: D:\Java\jps1.1.2\src\components\customer\build\customerEjb.jar
> Building jar:
> D:\Java\jps1.1.2\src\components\customer\build\customerEjb.jar
> Deleting: D:\Java\jps1.1.2\src\components\customer\build\ejbjar
> Executing Target: ejbc
>
> ...
>
> Why is there a difference in the way the paths are seen here?
>
> NOTE: that when runing the customerejbjar rule from
>
> jps1.1.2\src\components it correctly builds the customerEjb.jar
> in the build
> directory so why can't it find that same file when I want to run
> ejbc rule?
>
>
>


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