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From Jason Arndt <jarndt...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: needing a dummy war file?
Date Wed, 23 Jul 2003 23:06:45 GMT
hi mark,

how are you deploying your test cases without a war? 
your cactus test cases need to go into a war...they
are servlets.  hope this helps.

jason

--- Mark Lybarger <Mark.Lybarger@CBC-Companies.com>
wrote:
> I'm trying to run cactus tests through ant scripts.
> I pilfered the base
> scripts build scripts from the eclipse plugin.  So
> far, I can compile my
> tests, and ejb's and they get moved to a temp deploy
> area.  In trying to run
> the test via the   cactus.run.weblogic6x, i seem to
> need a war file.  I
> don't really have a war file for my application,
> just ejb's that i'm
> testing.  Is there a blank/dummy war file that i can
> use to get past this?
> 
> Also, my weblogic ejb's use a weblogic
> JDBCConnectionSource or whatnot that
> is specified in the config.xml.  Can I just copy and
> paste that section of
> the config.xml into the file being used by cactus? 
> the JDBC password
> appears to be encrypted in weblogic's config.xml
> 
> Thanks!
> 
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