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From Andrew Perry2 <PERR...@uk.ibm.com>
Subject Re: Ant test framework - running a test
Date Tue, 11 Jan 2005 11:27:48 GMT




We regularly have tests run on 10+ machines on 4 different platforms and
have never had a problem with using the Ant java task with jar and a nested
classpath.
The classpath is constructed from a filelist *.jar from the ${dir.axisJARs}
property which points to the directory $AXISJAVA_LIB by default. Is the
AXISJAVA_LIB directory clean in you case? i.e. does it only have the 1
correct version of the axis jar files in the directory? Could the order the
files are loaded by ant cause a problem. We could specifically order and
list the jar files to load if that would make a difference.

I'd like some more feedback before committing to make a change as there
seems to be some differences of opinion.

Regards,

Andrew Perry
IBM C/C++ Web Services Client
perryan@uk.ibm.com
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Adrian Dick/UK/IBM@IBMGB wrote on 11/01/2005 10:23:58:

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> I accept people have been having difficulties using the JAR option and
> using classname is the easy option, but I feel we should still persevere,
> otherwise we will no longer be testing the correct creation of the
manifest
> file.
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> Regards,
> Adrian
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> _______________________________________
> Adrian Dick (adrian.dick@uk.ibm.com)
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> Andrew Perry2/UK/IBM@IBMGB wrote on 11/01/2005 09:45:42:
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> > I have never had a problem with specifying a classpath with the jar
> option
> > in ant, but as the general concensus seems to be to use the classname
> > invocation method, I'll update the buildTest.xml to use this method.
> >
> > Regards,
> >
> > Andrew Perry
>


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