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From "Jeff Butler" <jeffgbut...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Abator + Linux
Date Wed, 12 Mar 2008 18:08:14 GMT
Thanks for the info.  Not being a Linux guy myself (gasp) I'm wondering -
why double / in the class path entry, but only single / in the
targetProject?

Maybe this question shows my ignorance with Linux, but I'm interested.

Jeff Butler



On Wed, Mar 12, 2008 at 12:58 PM, slaughter <jotdiontrash@gmail.com> wrote:

>
> I was having problems with Abator on Linux. Everyone at my job is using
> Windows but due to the fact that I'm special, I decided to use Linux. The
> problem I had was with the jdbcConnection which was not working. The
> documentation of Abator do not mention anything about Linux. They only say
> that the classPathEntry have the property location and you use it like
> this
> : <classPathEntry location="/Program Files/SQLLIB/db2jcc.zip"/>
>
> For Linux, you must use double / . For example : <classPathEntry
> location="//opt//IBM/SDP70Shared//db2jcc.jar"/>
>
> Another thing, for the targetProject attribute, you muse invert the \ to /
> for the directory which is something that normal Linux users know but it's
> something to mention.
>
> I posted that because I failed to find any website/forum/post that was
> saying something about Linux and Abator. I hope I didn't double posted
> that
> information. If so, just delete this post and please link me to the other
> post.
>
> Thanks
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