|How do I use ejbDeploy outside of RAD|
How do I use ejbDeploy outside of RAD 2006-11-02 - By Branden Kolb
Ok, I think I am beginning to understand. I may not have provided enough
information. I call a batch file like the following. Should I just add
the correct jar to the folder listed as the ANT_HOME folder? Or do I just
add it to my windows classpath? Thanks for the help!
REM subst j: %~dp0..\3rdParty
SET JAVA_HOME=C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.5.0_08\lib
call %ANT_HOME%\bin\ant -verbose -buildfile Build.xml -l .\logfile.txt %*
> Branden Kolb wrote:
> > I have recently written a build script using Ant for one of our
> > that is run from within RAD. One of the targets uses the <ejbDeploy>
> > in the following manner:
> > <ejbDeploy EJBProject="<project_name>"
> > />
> > I want to be able to run the Ant script from a DOS window. However,
> > I do, and it gets to the ejbDeploy task, I get the following:
> > BUILD FAILED
> > C:Build\Build.xml:37: The following error occurred while executing
> > line:
> > C:Build\Build.xml:26: The following error occurred while executing
> > line:
> > C:\workspace\build_standalone.xml:344: Could not create task or type
> > type: ejbDeploy.
> > Can someone tell me if it's possible to use the ejbDeploy task this
> > and, if so, how would I do it?
> > On a similar note, is there anyway to use the
> > task in the same way (<eclipse.incrementalBuild kind="clean"/> or
> > <eclipse.incrementalBuild project="<project_name>"/>) outside of RAD?
> I dont know what RAD is, and assume that it is a rational/eclipse
> platform. Yes?
> If so, these are custom tasks that come with the tool. You need to find
> where they come from, add the JAR and dependencies to Ant's classpath
> outside the IDE. As long as they dont have hard coded assumptions about
> in-IDE use, they should then work.
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