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From "bruno (wanadoo)" <brRi...@wanadoo.fr>
Subject RE: [Axis2] cannot create war with axis2-std-1.0-RC3-src.zip
Date Tue, 02 May 2006 07:19:46 GMT
Hi
 
The problem arises because you're not in the right directory
Be sure you are in the right one ( for instance if you get the source from
SVN be sure to be in the 'java' dir and maven will run right)
 
Have a nice day with axis .... ;-)

  _____  

De : Algirdas Veitas [mailto:apveitas@gmail.com] 
Envoyé : mardi 2 mai 2006 04:00
À : axis-user@ws.apache.org
Objet : Re: [Axis2] cannot create war with axis2-std-1.0-RC3-src.zip



Hi Robert,
 
Thanks!  After running "maven release" ran into 2 issues: 1st one was maven
asking for a username.  After specifying the user name on the cmd line, the
build failed trying to create a process that would secure shell.  Any tips
here?  The output from "maven release" and "maven - Dmaven.username=xyz" is
below
 
If there is any documentation for all of this, please guide me to it....
 
Thanks,
  Al
 
C:\axis2-std-1.0-RC3-src> maven release
 
build:start:

release:
validate-pom-for-release:

pom:deploy:
    [echo] maven.repo.list is not set - using legacy deploy mode
    [echo] DEPRECATED: use of deploy:artifact tag and the legacy deploy
method a
re deprecated

BUILD FAILED
File...... C:\Documents and
Settings\c_aveita\.maven\cache\maven-artifact-plugin
-1.4.1\plugin.jelly
Element... maven:user-check
Line...... 258
Column.... 45
+------------------------------------------------------------------ 
| ERROR!
|
| You must specify a maven username in order to deploy the site!
| You can either set this property in your ~/build.properties
| or specify one on the command line:
|
| maven -Dmaven.username=${user.name}
[goal]+-----------------------------------
-------------------------------
Total time: 1 seconds
Finished at: Sun Apr 30 13:23:07 PDT 2006

---- BELOW is OUTPUT AFTER specifying maven.username

C:\axis2-std-1.0-RC3-src>  maven -Dmaven.username=xyz release

build:start:

release:
validate-pom-for-release:

pom:deploy:
    [echo] maven.repo.list is not set - using legacy deploy mode
    [echo] DEPRECATED: use of deploy:artifact tag and the legacy deploy
method a
re deprecated
    [echo]
        Copying project.xml to the /axis2/poms on


BUILD FAILED
File...... C:\Documents and
Settings\c_aveita\.maven\cache\maven-artifact-plugin
-1.4.1\plugin.jelly
Element... ant:exec
Line...... 313
Column.... 72
Execute failed: java.io.IOException : CreateProcess: ssh -l xyz"mkdir -p /a
xis2/poms" error=2
Total time: 1 seconds
Finished at: Sun Apr 30 13:23:35 PDT 2006




 
On 4/30/06, robert lazarski <robertlazarski@gmail.com
<mailto:robertlazarski@gmail.com> > wrote: 

'maven  release'  will  create  a war. 

HTH,
Robert
http://www.braziloutsource.com/  <http://www.braziloutsource.com/> 




On 4/30/06, aveitas@allesta.com < aveitas@allesta.com
<mailto:aveitas@allesta.com> > wrote: 

Hi Folks,

Need some guidance w.r.t. axis2-std-1.0-RC3-src.zip.  Am trying to create
the 
axis2.war from this distribution but it does not look as if there are any
targets to perform this?

The comments in the maven.xml state that the main goals are "default" ,
"clean"
and "clean-repo". 

In the .95 release, there was an explicit "war" target in the maven.xml.

Thanks,

Al







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