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Subject RE: Checking the status of a list of machines
Date Thu, 01 May 2003 15:09:06 GMT
I need to check if the machine is available to do the deployment to

Thursday, May 01, 2003 11:07 AM
To: "'Ant Users List'" <>
From: "Ciramella, EJ" <>
Subject: RE: Checking the status of a list of machines

What do you need to check?  If the machine is uptodate with a set of files?
Is an application deployed?

-----Original Message-----
From: peter reilly []
Sent: Thursday, May 01, 2003 11:08 AM
To: Ant Users List
Subject: Re: Checking the status of a list of machines

One solution is to use xmlproperty and foreach from

<project default="x">
  <property name="machine.file" value="input.xml"/>
  <target name="x">
    <taskdef resource="net/sf/antcontrib/" />
    <xmlproperty file="${machine.file}"/>
    <echo message="${}"/>
    <foreach param="machine" target="template-deploy-machine"
             inheritall="yes" inheritRefs="yes"/>

  <target name="template-deploy-machine">
    <echo>Check Deploy on machine ${machine}</echo>

Then use 'ant -Dmachine.file="test.xml" '
or 'ant' to use the  default file "input.xml"


On Thursday 01 May 2003 15:43, wrote:
> I am in the process of building a generic deployment process that uses
> All of the J2EE developers will use this process to deploy their code to
> test, QA, and production Environments.
> One of my tasks is the ability to check the status of the machines I am
> going to deploy to before I start the process.
> The user is going to give me a list of machines that they are going to
> deploy to and I need to check each machine on that list.  How do I do
> user 1 example input:
> <pnc>
>  <build>
>   <config>
>     <deploymachines>test1,test2,webtest1,webtest2</deploymachines>
>   </config>
>  <build>
> <pnc>
> user 2 example input:
> <pnc>
>  <build>
>   <config>
>     <deploymachines>ejbt1,ejbt2,webtest1,webtest2</deploymachines>
>   </config>
>  <build>
> <pnc>
> What I want to do is run a task that will (Order is not important)
> (with user 1 input)
> check test1
> check test2
> check webtest1
> check webtest2
> (with user2 input)
> check ejbt1
> check ejbtt2
> check webtest1
> check webtest2
> Any help will be greatly appreciated both in the ant tasks and the way to
> give the input to the ant script.
> Mark Russell
> PNC Financial Services Group
> 412-768-9603
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