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From jonathan_cu...@bankone.com
Subject question regarding WSAD specific ant tasks
Date Tue, 03 Jun 2003 15:41:10 GMT

I have been tasked with automating the build process for my current
project.  This consists of a Java project containing common code, a Web
project, and an EJB project.

I have been working with the Ant / WSAD integration using the "Headless"
process.  I have a build script that produces an .ear that I can
successfully deploy and run on a separate instance of WebSphere 4.  This is
good.

My question is regarding behavior of the <projectBuild> task when there is
at least one compile error present.  The <projectBuild> task is not failing
or terminating when there is a compile error present regardless of the
value of the "failonerror" attribute.  I get a "BUILD SUCCESSFUL" message
after the task even though compile problems are noted in the trace.  Is
this the expected behavior or am I somehow missing something?

<projectBuild ProjectName="${common_project}" failonerror="true" DebugCompilation="false"
BuildType="full" />

My ultimate goal is to implement a continuous integration loop (using a
product like CruiseControl).  If the build doesn't fail when it has errors,
the continuous integration will be impossible to implement.

Thanks in advance for any insight.

Jon Culli



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