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From "Karthik" <>
Date Mon, 02 Jan 2006 05:10:59 GMT

  Thx for the early Response.

  Can this be done in another way

  1)Create destination targets fixed for 1..n servers in the build.xml.
  2)fire the Ant tasks in loop for deployment.

 Am i doing the correct or wrong  design ?
Please some body do the need full.

with regards

-----Original Message-----
From: Stefan Bodewig []
Sent: Monday, January 02, 2006 10:29 AM

On Mon, 2 Jan 2006, Karthik <> wrote:

> Please excuse me,I am raising the Form again and agian ,need help in
> here.

It is very difficult to help you since nobody can guess what "deploy"
means in your context.

> I have a single application and currently 3 systems of different
> OS's[ LINUX / UNIX / WINWOSW ], and need too use ANT [Only Once ] in
> to deploy the application on all the 3 systems.
> The systems may increase in next quater...

If you can figure out how to deploy to each of the existing systems
(can't help as I don't know what it means in your case, see above),
write a single build file for each of them.  Say unix.xml, windows.xml
and linux.xml with deploy targets that perform the steps needed.  In
your build.xml use the subant task to invoke them.  As you add new
target machines, you add a new build file.


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