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From Lasantha Ranaweera <>
Subject Re: M2 Build Error
Date Fri, 01 Sep 2006 13:26:36 GMT
Hi Joe,

I think scenario looks same here. So I follow the steps you have 
mentioned was a work around. But it did fail in the last step (mvn clean 
install) as same in the bootstrap.

I suspected this is a problem in integrating openejb code with  
Geronimo. So I  checkout the fresh code from openejb repository and try 
to build it independently too. But it was not successful either. It 
needs some stuff from Geronimo.

Lasantha Ranaweera

Joe Bohn wrote:
> Lasantha,
> I've been hitting this same problem.   I think I can help you work 
> around it but we don't have a fix yet (or at least I don't have one).  
> I did some experiments with this and posted this note but haven't 
> received a response yet:
> I'm assuming you're seeing this on a bootstrap build.
> So, what I think you can do is the following:
> - run "bootstrap" from the root install location.
> - Ignore the fact that it tells you works ... it always lies. :-(
> You'll see a failure a few lines up on the openejb2 problem.
> - cd to target\external\openejb2
> - "mvn -Dmaven.test.skip=true"
> - cd back to root
> - "mvn clean install"
> This should at least produce the assemblies but skips the tests.   
> I've done something like this in the past and I'm confirming the 
> directions now myself.   If I've forgotten something I'll post again.
> Joe
> Lasantha Ranaweera wrote:
>> Hi All,
>> Last few days I have been trying to build Geronimo from source code. 
>> I have been following the document "Building Apache Geronimo with 
>> Maven 2" in Geronimo documentation.
>> Every time build has failed when it tries to build "OpenEJB Deployer" 
>> component. It can't find out "openejb - 2.2-SNAPSHOT"  related 
>> dependencies. Can anyone help me on this regard? :-\
>> Thanks,
>> Lasantha Ranaweera

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