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From Matt Benson <gudnabr...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: "dest" attribute of apply task is not working as expected?
Date Mon, 05 Jun 2006 20:41:48 GMT
--- "Guttula, Mohan" <MGuttula@tiaa-cref.org> wrote:

> Hello All,
> 
> I'm using "apply" task to compile my actuate reports
> using the following
> target:
> -----
> <target name="compile">
> 	<!-- Compile Actuate reports -->  
> 	<condition property="erdpro.client.dir"
> value="C:\Program
> Files\Actuate8\eRDPro\bin" >
> 		<os family="windows"/>
> 	</condition>       
> 	<apply executable="${erdpro.client.dir}/erdpro"
> dest="c:\temp\destination" output="actuate.log"
> parallel="true">
> 		<arg value="-b"/>
> 		<fileset dir="c:\temp\source">
> 			<patternset>
> 				<include name="*.rod"/>
> 			</patternset>
> 		</fileset>
> 		<mapper type="glob" from="*.rod" to="*.rox"/>
> 	</apply>
> </target>
> ------
> 
> I was expecting the compiled reports to go into
> directory
> "c:\temp\destination" as per the "dest" attribute of
> apply task. But the
> compiled files are created in "c:\temp\source"
> (i.e., source directory
> that contains the designed reports --- "dir"
> attribute of "fileset")

This would be dependent on the behavior of your
executable--how does erdpro know where to write your
destination files?

-Matt

> 
> Could some please let me know if you ran into this
> issue or where I'm
> making a mistake?
> 
> Thanks,
> Mohan
> 
> 
>
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