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The asant tool

 
Mahmoud Hadad
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hi all,
i have a problem with a tool called asant that is located in the Sun Application Server installation directory.
when i start the asant tool to compile a web module it just don't show anything neither Build Failed or anything else,anyone knows what's wrong?
 
Colin Handy
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Does it find the tool? When you install the application server, your path should be updated to include the AppServer/bin directory, which is where asant resides. asant then reads the build.xml file, which must exist in your working directory, invoking the target you specified in your asant command.
 
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yes it do run(the asant tool) and write to the output Build File:build.xml,
don't know i have set a J2EE_HOME(\Sun\Creator\Sun Application Server ,JAVA_HOME(JDK1.5 directory),CLASSPATH(J2EE_Home\lib ,PATH(J2EE_HOME\bin environment variables to the directories mentioned above.
The asant tool runs fine and prints to the output Build File:build.xml it does not print anything further it just stops here(nothing more to the output except Build File:build.xml)
i have run it with this parameter:
asant create-war inside my web module directory.don't know what's wrong?
 
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This is the contents of build.properties file :


j2ee.home=C:\\Sun\\Creator2

\\SunAppServer8j2ee.tutorial.home=d:\\j2eetutorial14sunone.home=${j2ee.

home}
admin.password.file=${j2ee.tutorial.home}/examples/common/admin-

assword.txt
admin.host=localhostadmin.user=adminadmin.port=14848
https.port=18181domain.resources="domain.resources"domain.resources.por

t=1880db.root=${j2ee.home}/pointbasedb.driver=com.pointbase.jdbc.jdbcUn

iversalDriverdb.host=localhostdb.port=19092db.sid=sun-appserv-

samplesdb.url=jdbc ointbase:server://${db.host}:${db.port}/${db.sid}

db.user=pbpublicdb.pwd=pbpublicurl.prop=DatabaseNameds.class=com.pointb

ase.jdbc.jdbcDataSourcedb.jvmargs=-ms16m -mx32m



when i used the asant tool with the parameter -verbose the last line in the shell window was [property] Loading d:\j2eetutorial14\examples\web\hello1\build.properties

i have set my CLASSPATH and J2EE_HOME in the system variables and set the password in the admin-password.txt file so what's wrong ?
 
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