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From Eamonn Dwyer <>
Subject RE: How do I write and test a sample?
Date Wed, 16 Sep 2009 12:17:14 GMT

Hi Christian
for part 1 of the issue could you do something like this to your pom.xml to copy the libs
prior to building/running the demo.


To build and run the demo you could use the tasks defined in

Hope this helps

> Date: Wed, 16 Sep 2009 13:34:02 +0200
> From:
> To:
> Subject: How do I write and test a sample?
> Hi,
> I currently try to create a new wsdl first example in response to a long 
> standing jira issue. (
> The example already works quite well with maven. I can simply define the 
> dependencies in the pom and also directly test from the checkout folder.
> For ant it seems to be more difficult. When I try to execute an ant 
> build it complains about not finding the libs as they do not exist in 
> the checkout folder. When I do a full build of the distribution module I 
> can of course test after extracting the final zip. This of course 
> creates a quite painfull long build / test cycle. Is there a way to make 
> the ant build work directly in the checkout?
> My other problem is that I want to add some dependencies to the wsdl 
> first example (log4j and junit). How do I do this for the ant build? 
> They do not seem to be copied to the lib folder when I add them to the 
> pom.xml and do a maven build of distribution. Is there some special 
> place where they are defined?
> Greetings
> Christian

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