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From Frank <fg...@optonline.net>
Subject Re: how are variables set?
Date Fri, 18 Feb 2005 23:00:56 GMT
Yes there is but it did not have an entry for j2ee.home, so I put one in 
before .  I still got the error, maybe it's something else? But that's 
the only one that had /lib in the path for the javac line.  Real strange.

David A Bartmess wrote:

>I'm not familiar with this software, but as far as ant goes, is there a
>build.properties file, or some other file being imported in the main
>build.xml? If so, look in there, or add the j2ee.home=<PATH> to it so it's
>set.
>
>Good luck!
>
>On Fri, February 18, 2005 2:31 pm, Frank said:
>  
>
>>Just starting to use ant/asant to build examples for web services from
>>sun tutorial. Running into a problem when I run the "asant build" get
>>the following error:
>>
>>compile-client:
>>     [echo] Compiling the client source code....
>>     [echo] src=src destdir=build
>>    [javac] Compiling 1 source file to
>>C:\j2eetutorial14\examples\jaxrpc\statics
>>tub\build
>>
>>BUILD FAILED
>>file:C:/j2eetutorial14/examples/jaxrpc/common/targets.xml:119: C:\lib
>>not found.
>>
>>
>>I' running this on XP. The problem appears too be the c:\lib is not the
>>correct path too anything. I think it's suppose too be the classpath.
>>Well in the targets.xml line 119 is the javac line below.
>>
>><target name="compile-client" depends="prepare"
>>      description="Compiles the client-side source code"  >
>>      <echo message="Compiling the client source code...."/>
>>      <echo message="src=${src}    destdir=${build} "/>
>>    <javac srcdir="${src}" destdir="${build}">
>>        <include name="**/*.java" />
>>     <classpath refid="jaxrpc.classpath"/>
>>     <classpath path="${build}" />
>>    </javac>
>>  </target>
>>
>>jaxrpc.classpath is set above as follows:
>><path id="jaxrpc.classpath">
>>    <fileset dir="${j2ee.home}/lib">
>>      <include name="*.jar"/>
>>    </fileset>
>>  </path>
>>
>>But how in the world does j2ee.home get set?  I see nothing too set it.
>>If I set it as an environment variable it does not work.  How do values
>>such as these get values in the targets.xml?  The build.xml does not
>>have any reference too these.  Could not find anything in the
>>documentation. HELP!!! LOL
>>
>>Thanks,
>>
>>Frank
>>
>>
>>
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