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From Brian Agnew <br...@oopsconsultancy.com>
Subject Re: ANT application.xml add <module> runtime
Date Tue, 14 Dec 2010 22:43:24 GMT
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On 14/12/2010 16:19, Ashokkumar B wrote:
> Dear Sir/Madam,
>
> Currently we need to add only one<module>  into my application.xml file using
> ANT. To achive that, we have a template for application.xml with token $module$
> and it will be replaced with actual module name using<replace>  task. The
> changed application.xml will be used for the<ear>  task to generate the EAR
> file.
>
> Similarly I need to add EJB jars as<module>  in my application.xml file.
>
> <module id="EJB_12345">
> 	<ejb>lsbframelib.jar</ejb>
> </module>
>
> I can keep application.xml as a template if I know the number of EJB jar files
> exactly and I can use<replace>  task to replace the token with exact jar file .
> But it may vary according to the project.
>
> Say if I have 'n' number of EJB jar files, I need to mention all such jar files
> as modules in my application.xml file.
>
> How to achieve this?
>
> Please let me know if it is clear or not.
>
> Thanks and Regards,
> Ashokkumar B.
>
>
>
>
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