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From "Petar Tahchiev" <paranoia...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: How on earth do you run tests against an existing Tomcat 4 server
Date Fri, 22 Aug 2008 10:06:25 GMT
Hi Paul,

I think it would be very simple if you just replace the zipurlinstaller
(which downloads and installs zips)
withe a home parameter of the cargo task - just like in:

                <cargo containerId="${jboss.container.id}"
output="${logs.dir}/output.log" log="${logs.dir}/cargo.log"
                        <property name="cargo.servlet.port"
                        <property name="cargo.logging"
                        <deployable type="${cactus.sample.archive.type}"

You see the zipurlinstaller is commented out and I have set the home
parameter on the cargo task, where you should specify
the home of your container.

HTH, Petar.

2008/8/22, Paul Kiruvanayagam <Paul.Kiruvanayagam@orbisuk.com>:
> Hi all
> please can someone tell me how to run tests in cactus against an EXISTING
> tomcat4x server using ant.  I am running
> cactus 1.80
> ivy 2.0
> ant 1.71.
> I have been exasperated in getting to the point where it works by creating
> a new build of tomcat using cargo ???  Sorry if I appear lazy but what I am
> looking for is a sample of how the ant task should look for an existing
> server with the above software configuration.   I have tried using the
> tomcat4x task but now it seems I need to learn how cargo should be
> configured (when the site contains no useful examples) when I really am only
> interested in using Cactus !!!
> I really am only a user and I cannot believe how long it has taken to get
> to this point due to the seemingly maze of (undocumented) dependencies on
> beta looking projects that have been put into cactus examples/samples.  I am
> sure I am not the only person encountering these frustrations.
> thanks in advance
> Paul
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Regards, Petar!
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