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From "Schaefer, Don" <don_schae...@xelus.com>
Subject RE: problems running ant
Date Wed, 20 Jun 2001 18:16:05 GMT
Do you java/bin in your path?  Do you have ant/bin in your path?

-----Original Message-----
From: Dineshram [mailto:dineshram@pinksheets.com]
Sent: Wednesday, June 20, 2001 2:43 PM
To: ant-user@jakarta.apache.org
Subject: problems running ant


Hi all,

I am getting the following message when I try to run ant command,

The name specified is not recognized as an internal or external command,
operable program or batch file.

I am running the ant on windows.

I have set the environment variables ANT_HOME,JAVA_HOME and the classpath
properly. I have set the ant.jar, jaxp.jar and parser.jar in the classpath.

I am running the ant at the location where build.xml file is residing. the
build.xml file looks like this

<project name="otcapp" default="all" basedir=".">

<!-- set global properties for this build -->

<property name="src" value="./java" />

<property name="build" value="build" />

<property name="dist" value="dist" />

<property name="lib" value="./lib" />

<property name="log4j" value="./lib" />

<property name="jspdir" value="./jsp" />

<property name="config" value="./config" />

<property name="propdir" value="./properties" />

 

 

<target name="init">

<!-- Create the time stamp -->

<tstamp/>

<!-- Create the build directory structure used by compile -->

<mkdir dir="${build}" />

</target>

 

<target name="prepare" depends="init">

<mkdir dir="${build}/jsp" />

<mkdir dir="${build}/WEB-INF" />

<mkdir dir="${build}/WEB-INF/lib" />

<mkdir dir="${build}/WEB-INF/classes" />

<mkdir dir="${dist}" />

</target>

 

 

<target name="compile" depends="prepare">

<!-- Compile the java code from ${src} into ${build} -->

<javac srcdir="${src}" destdir="${build}/WEB-INF/classes"
classpath="${lib}/fscontext.jar;${lib}/jndi.jar;${lib}/providerutil.jar;${li
b}/ifxjdbcx.jar;${lib}/ifxsqlj.jar;${lib}/jdbc2_0-stdext.jar;${lib}/ifxjdbc.
jar;${lib}/rowset.jar;${lib}/log4j.jar"/>

</target>

 

<target name="copy-jsp-dir" depends="prepare">

<copy todir="${build}/jsp"> 

<fileset dir="${jspdir}"/>

</copy>

</target>

<target name="copy-lib-dir" depends="prepare">

<copy todir="${build}/WEB-INF/lib"> 

<fileset dir="${lib}"/>

</copy>

</target>

<target name="copy-webconfig-dir" depends="prepare">

<copy todir="${build}/WEB-INF"> 

<fileset dir="${propdir}"/>

</copy>

<copy file="${config}/web.xml" todir="${build}/WEB-INF" />

</target>

<target name="build-jar"
depends="compile,copy-jsp-dir,copy-lib-dir,copy-webconfig-dir">

<!-- Put everything in ${build} into the PinkAppServer-${DSTAMP}.jar file
-->

<jar jarfile="${dist}/otcapp.war" basedir="${build}" />

</target>

 

 

 

<target name="clean">

<!-- Delete the ${build} and ${dist} directory trees -->

<delete dir="${build}" />

</target>



<target name="all" depends="build-jar, clean" /> 



</project>

 

 

 

and my ant.bat file looks like this

 

@echo off

if exist "%HOME%\antrc_pre.bat" call "%HOME%\antrc_pre.bat"

if not "%OS%"=="Windows_NT" goto win9xStart

:winNTStart

@setlocal

rem %~dp0 is name of current script under NT

set DEFAULT_ANT_HOME=%~dp0

rem : operator works similar to make : operator

set DEFAULT_ANT_HOME=%DEFAULT_ANT_HOME:\bin\=%

if %ANT_HOME%a==a set ANT_HOME=%DEFAULT_ANT_HOME%

set DEFAULT_ANT_HOME=

rem On NT/2K grab all arguments at once

set ANT_CMD_LINE_ARGS=%*

goto doneStart

:win9xStart

rem Slurp the command line arguments. This loop allows for an unlimited
number of 

rem agruments (up to the command line limit, anyway).

set ANT_CMD_LINE_ARGS=

:setupArgs

if %1a==a goto doneStart

set ANT_CMD_LINE_ARGS=%ANT_CMD_LINE_ARGS% %1

shift

goto setupArgs

:doneStart

rem This label provides a place for the argument list loop to break out 

rem and for NT handling to skip to.

rem find ANT_HOME

if not "%ANT_HOME%"=="" goto checkJava

rem check for ant in Program Files on system drive

if not exist "%SystemDrive%\Program Files\ant" goto checkSystemDrive

set ANT_HOME=%SystemDrive%\Program Files\ant

goto checkJava

:checkSystemDrive

rem check for ant in root directory of system drive

if not exist "%SystemDrive%\ant" goto noAntHome

set ANT_HOME=%SystemDrive%\ant

goto checkJava

:noAntHome

echo ANT_HOME is not set and ant could not be located. Please set ANT_HOME.

goto end

:checkJava

set _JAVACMD=%JAVACMD%

set LOCALCLASSPATH=%CLASSPATH%

for %%i in ("%ANT_HOME%\lib\*.jar") do call "%ANT_HOME%\bin\lcp.bat" "%%i"

if "%JAVA_HOME%" == "" goto noJavaHome

if "%_JAVACMD%" == "" set _JAVACMD=%JAVA_HOME%\bin\java

if exist "%JAVA_HOME%\lib\tools.jar" call "%ANT_HOME%\bin\lcp.bat"
"%JAVA_HOME%\lib\tools.jar"

if exist "%JAVA_HOME%\lib\classes.zip" call "%ANT_HOME%\bin\lcp.bat"
"%JAVA_HOME%\lib\classes.zip"

goto checkJikes

:noJavaHome

if "%_JAVACMD%" == "" set _JAVACMD=java

echo.

echo Warning: JAVA_HOME environment variable is not set.

echo If build fails because sun.* classes could not be found

echo you will need to set the JAVA_HOME environment variable

echo to the installation directory of java.

echo.

:checkJikes

if not "%JIKESPATH%" == "" goto runAntWithJikes

:runAnt

%_JAVACMD% -classpath %LOCALCLASSPATH% -Dant.home="%ANT_HOME%" %ANT_OPTS%
org.apache.tools.ant.Main %ANT_CMD_LINE_ARGS%

goto end

:runAntWithJikes

%_JAVACMD% -classpath %LOCALCLASSPATH% -Dant.home="%ANT_HOME%"
-Djikes.class.path=%JIKESPATH% %ANT_OPTS% org.apache.tools.ant.Main
%ANT_CMD_LINE_ARGS%

:end

set LOCALCLASSPATH=

set _JAVACMD=

set ANT_CMD_LINE_ARGS=

if not "%OS%"=="Windows_NT" goto mainEnd

:winNTend

@endlocal

:mainEnd

if exist "%HOME%\antrc_post.bat" call "%HOME%\antrc_post.bat"

 

Greatly appreciate your help in this regard.

Thanks,

dinesh

 


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