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From Marcus Kazmierczak <>
Subject RE: classpath issue on Javadoc stuff!!!!
Date Mon, 04 Jun 2001 20:11:21 GMT

Yes, Diane the AF_HOME variable is exported in my
shell script. In the shell script I echo the following 
environment variables and they are all set:

AFHOME = /usr/local/tomcat
AF_HOME = /usr/local/tomcat
TOMCAT_HOME = /usr/local/tomcat

when I call the same thing in my build.xml
test target using the following:

        env.AF_HOME = ${env.AF_HOME}
        env.AFHOME = ${env.AFHOME}
        env.TOMCAT_HOME = ${env.TOMCAT_HOME}

it returns the following:

        env.AF_HOME = ${env.AF_HOME}
        env.AFHOME = /usr/local/tomcat
        env.TOMCAT_HOME = /usr/local/tomcat

-----Original Message-----
From: Diane Holt []
Sent: Monday, June 04, 2001 11:42 AM
Subject: RE: classpath issue on Javadoc stuff!!!!

It's hard too say for sure, since I don't know what your environment looks
like before you run your wrapper-script, or what that script does,
but I still think the shell that's running the 'ant' script must not have
that env var exported to it. Have you checked that?



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