No, we don't cover java script. What we do cover is the use of properties files. If you can isolate the properties to a properties file, then you can at least coral (excuse the pun) the changes to a single location. You can read in the properties file using the property task and the file attribute. HTH, Kirk
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I was asked in a private message where to find WSAD-specific Ant tasks. I will post the links here so that they are available to all: Using Ant with WebSphere Studio Application Developer is the 1st of 3 articles by Barry Searle on using Ant with WSAD v4. A link to the Ant tasks he has created is included in the article. Ant tasks provided by the platform is a link to a page that describes some previously WSAD-specific tasks that have been incorporated into Eclipse 2.0 (WSAD v5). I believe Barry Searle has updated his Ant tasks for WSAD v5 but I'm not sure if he has made them available yet. For the latest information regarding Ant and WSAD, I suggest you watch for articles posted in the WebSphere Developer Domain Library. It is the best source of information for WSAD and all things WebSphere.