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From "DOMINGUEZ Felipe" <>
Subject problems when running cayenne objects under ant tasks
Date Thu, 12 Oct 2006 09:41:49 GMT


I have problems when running cayenne objects under ant tasks. 


I have created some ant task that use cayenne to access the DB, but when
running they  cannot find the cayenne.xml file. 



This file is under the classes directory and the 'classes' directory is
added to the task classpath (all other classes in the 'classes'
directory are fund)



The path definitios:


  <path id="project.classpath">    

      <pathelement path="${classes}/"/>

      <fileset dir="${lib}">

        <include name="**/*.jar"/>




the task thefinitio:


<taskdef name="taskNamem" classname="com.mypack.myclassTask"
classpathref="project.classpath" />




the error :



org.apache.cayenne.ConfigurationException: [v.2.0.1-incubating October 1
2006] Error during Configuration initialization. [v.2.0.1-incubating
October 1 2006] [org.apache.cayenne.conf.DefaultConfiguration] : Domain
configuration file "cayenne.xml" is not found.


Total time: 1 second




Some other people had the same problem before, and the suggested
solutions were : 


o        To add the directory of cayenne.xml  file in the  $CLASSPATH 

o        To create a FileConfiguration with a File object passed for ant


but this was a year and half ago.




I am wondering if there is a better way to do it today. 


Thanks for your support.






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