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From "Tony Thompson" <>
Subject FW: [ApacheDS] Custom schema issues (again)
Date Fri, 11 May 2007 13:47:18 GMT
OK, well now we are getting somewhere.  When I run "mvn package" on the foo-schema, it is in
fact downloading the 1.5 version:

[INFO] Scanning for projects...
[INFO] ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
[INFO] Building Schema Project
[INFO]    task-segment: [package]
[INFO] ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
1K downloaded
44K downloaded
[INFO] [apacheds-core:generate {execution: default}]

It doesn't matter how many times I clear the repo, etc. it still downloads that file.  There
is a link below to a zip file that contains the code I checked out from the svn server and
the generated code after I did the install.  The zip file also contains a "failedrun.txt"
file that is a log of everything I did.  I am beginning to think I am doing something stupid
so hopefully with that info you can tell me what I am doing wrong.

-----Original Message-----
From: Emmanuel Lecharny []
Sent: Friday, May 11, 2007 2:00 AM
Subject: Re: [ApacheDS] Custom schema issues (again)

Tony Thompson a écrit :

>>There is no ArrayList<String> here.
>>Can you just follow the exact same sequence ? I think the key is
>removing the maven repository.
>>Don't forget to svn up, as I have fixed an error in the script.
>Well, I have tried about everything I can think of and it still does 
>the same thing.

>I am on a Windows machine so I am not sure if that is part of the 
>problem (it usually is).
I don't use windows :)

> I had a 1.4 JRE installed and I removed that but it didn't make a 
>difference.  I have my JAVA_HOME environment variable set to a 1.5 JDK 
>directory.  I wiped out the Maven repo and followed your steps and it 
>still generates the source with the generics in there.
This is *very* strange. The generic is stored into a velocity template which is stored into

If you look at this file, it should *not* contains any generic.
1.0 version can be seen here :

1.5 version is here :

Those files are stored into
if you tries with trunk.

Can you check on your disk to see if you don't have an apacheds-core-plugin-<whatever>.jar
file which could be possibly in your path? If so, just delete those files, and give it another

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