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From "Brian Holland (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (CONTINUUM-2423) Can not add more than one build tool to a Build Environment
Date Sat, 16 Jan 2010 22:22:55 GMT


Brian Holland commented on CONTINUUM-2423:

Wendy -

Thank you for the clarification.  Yes, after examining the functionality further, the design
constraint you mentioned does seem to be working as designed.  I was trying to add both a
maven and ant tool installation to an individual build environment b/c of some automation
projects we have built.  We have an ant build.xml file that performs some work, after which
it "exec's" maven explicitly to finish the work.  For this reason, I was wanting to define
both the ant and maven installation.

We have found some alternative ways to ensure our approach works, so either:
A) The current design constraint (can't have ant and maven builder as part of a single installation)
is valid, and this ticket should be closed.

B) The current design constraint is artificial, and thus could be relaxed...which would mean
this ticket really becomes a feature enhancement.

With the tight integration between ant and maven, I would be interested to know if option
B is possible.

> Can not add more than one build tool to a Build Environment
> -----------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: CONTINUUM-2423
>                 URL:
>             Project: Continuum
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: Web interface
>    Affects Versions: 1.3.4
>         Environment: Replicated on: Solaris Sparc, Mac OSX
>            Reporter: Brian Holland
>             Fix For: Backlog
>         Attachments: Continuum - Build Environment.jpg
> The web interface no longer allows an admin user to add more than one "Installation"
to a Build Environment.
> Steps to Replicate:
> Install 1.3.4 Beta...start Continuum
> Add two installations (I added the ANT tool, and the Maven2 Tool)
> Left Nav: Build Environment
> Click on Add Button
> Type a name for the build env.  I called it "Test"
> Click on Save Button
> Combo Box has my Installation on Add
> Switch Combo box to another instalation (I switched to ant).  click on Add
> Expected Result:
>   -> A second installation is bound to the build environment
> Observed Result:
>   -> The initial installation seems to be overwritten by the second.
> See attached screenshot.

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