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From "Wolfgang Klein (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (CONTINUUM-541) Problems running multi-module build with maven2
Date Tue, 03 Jan 2006 17:21:13 GMT
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Wolfgang Klein commented on CONTINUUM-541:

Hey, many thanks for the quick answer.
I´ll try version 1.0.2, of course, surely tomorrow.

Wolfgang Klein

> Problems running multi-module build with maven2
> -----------------------------------------------
>          Key: CONTINUUM-541
>          URL:
>      Project: Continuum
>         Type: Task

>   Components: Web interface
>     Versions: 1.0.1
>  Environment: linux debian
>     Reporter: Wolfgang Klein

> Hello!
> Maybe a similar problem has been posted, but  i´ve got
> problems running a multi-module maven2 build.
> I´ve uploaded a small pom hirachy per URL as recommended,
> the initialization of the sub modules in continuum has worked as wanted,
> all poms defined in the modules element (below!) are located correctly.
> The root pom has packaging type "pom" and a few modules are 
> included in the pom´s 'modules' element.
> <pre>
>     <modules>
>         <module>../../signatur</module>
>         <module>../library</module>
>         <module>../weblib</module>
>         <module>../portal</module>
>         <module>../appserver/serverapp/Base</module>
>         <module>../appserver/serverapp/UserManagement</module>
>         <module>../appserver/serverapp/TemplateBeans</module>
>         <module>../release/xml/infosets</module>
>         <module>../release/xml/udFields</module>
>     </modules>
> </pre>
> When i run the build, following exception occurs:
> <b>Reason: Could not find the model file '/home/maven/tmp/continuum-1.0.1/apps/continuum/working-directory/37/../../signatur/pom.xml'.
> </b>
> Since continuum creates a flat directory structure with automatically created numbers
as folder names, the corresponding
> module can not be found at this location and the build stops.
> My question is, if there is a way to determine the checkout folder, or have i misunderstood
> I would be glad to establish continuum im my company, but i´m running out of time. 
> Would be nice, if  someone can give me an advice.
> Greetings,
> Wolfgang Klein

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