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From Michael.Rear...@expeditors.com
Subject Adding HTTP an context
Date Tue, 25 Jul 2006 16:32:31 GMT
Hello,
I could use some advice on configuring Continuum (perhaps Jetty really). I 
have a project that is an Ant build. It uses the junitreport task to 
build... well, JUnit unit reports. I find this pretty valuable for 
determining the cause of a failed build. 

  <junitreport todir="${junit.output}">
    <fileset dir="${junit.output}">
      <include name="TEST-*.xml"/>
    </fileset>
    <report format="frames" todir="${junit.output}/html"/>
  </junitreport>

The problem is if the unit tests fail, the output from Ant doesn't have 
much information of value, so you have to digging in on the server to 
figure out what went wrong.

BUILD FAILED
/home/build/continuum/work/1/build.xml:1277: The following error occurred 
while executing this line:
/home/build/continuum/work/1/build.xml:510: The following error occurred 
while executing this line:
/home/build/continuum/work/1/build.xml:587: Junit failure. See 
/home/build/continuum/work/1/test/output/html/index.html

I would like to be able mount the /home/build/continuum/work directory as 
a web context in the Jetty server, so I can retrieve these reports. Can I 
do this or do I need to run another HTTP server to make this happen? 

Thanks very much,
Michael
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