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From "Barber, Dan \(Contractor\)" <>
Subject FW: Alternate back-ends
Date Tue, 05 Jun 2007 14:42:44 GMT

Did you have a chance to look at the log file, did you see anything silly that I am missing?
Is using 1.6 not currently supported for apacheds 1.5?



-----Original Message-----
From: Barber, Dan (Contractor) 
Sent: Monday, June 04, 2007 12:30 PM
To: ''
Subject: RE: Alternate back-ends


Thanks for all the help so far. I've switched to 2.0.6 of Maven. I initially had installed
that then switched to 2.0.4, now I've switched back.

I'm using the 6.0_01 version of the jdk.

I've attached the log I think you were wanting to see. Let me know if I need to paste it in
rather than attach it.



-----Original Message-----
From: Emmanuel Lecharny [] 
Sent: Monday, June 04, 2007 11:32 AM
Subject: Re: Alternate back-ends

Barber, Dan (Contractor) a écrit :

>As far as building the source. We need to target 1.5 due to it's increased support for
secure logins. I've been using the instructions from this page,
It's quite possible that I've just simply missed a step or done something silly since some
of these tools are still new to me.
>I have installed Maven 2.0.4.
I think you need maven 2.0.5, now (AFAIK, there are some bugs in 2.0.4 
which can cause pbs). 2.0.6 will work too.

Which JVM are you using ?

>I've installed SVN and run the command
>svn co apacheds-trunk
>Then, inside the directory apacheds-trunk I run mvn install. Here are the errors I'm getting.
>Failed tests:
>  testOneEntryImport(
>  testTenEntriesImport(
>  testTwoEntriesImportOneOnErrorAndOneOk(
>  testOneEntryImportWithEntryAddedNotification(
>  testRFC2849Sample1(
>  testRFC2849Sample2(
>  testRFC2849Sample3(
>  testRFC2849Sample3VariousSpacing(
>  testExportCommand(
>  testOneEntryImport(
>My guess is I've just missed something simple. Any help you can offer would be greatly
It would be interesting to have the surefire logs (it's generated by 
maven, with the failing class name followed by a .txt, like


somwhere on your disk.


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