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From rainer.lued...@hsbcib.com
Subject Re: failonerror and forking
Date Wed, 16 Jul 2008 08:18:25 GMT
But the program already exits with an explicit error of 1. Any other ideas?




                                                                           
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Gilbert Rebhan schrieb:
> rainer.luedtke@hsbcib.com schrieb:
>> Hello everybody,
>>
>> I am running a forked <java> task as part of my ant job using the
>> following
>> <java classname="path.to.class" fork="true" failonerror="true"
>> dir="${config}"> arguments. When I run the job, ant ends with "BUILD
>> SUCCESSFULL" even if there was an exception raised in the forked task.
>> But
>> I would need the job to end with an error code. Has anybody ever come
>> across this problem?


> try with explicitly System.exit(some int != 0), f.e.
>
> ...
> try {
>     foobar()
> } catch (Exception exc {
>     System.exit(1)
> }
> ...

replace with =

use an explicit System.exit(some int != 0) in your class, f.e.

...
try {
     foobar()
} catch (Exception exc {
     System.exit(1)
}
...

Regards, Gilbert

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