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META-INF problems

 
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Hello there! I'm trying to add my own meta-inf to a war file, but it always get override by the default generated by ant. Here's my target definition:

<target name="retiradaEdital-war" depends="init">
<javac srcdir="${retiradaEdital.dir}/src" destdir="${retiradaEdital.webinf.dir}/classes" verbose="true" version="1.4">
<classpath refid="lib">
</classpath>
</javac>
<war destfile="${temp.dir}/${retiradaEdital.war.file}" webxml="${retiradaEdital.dir}/web/WEB-INF/web.xml" >
<metainf file="${retiradaEdital.metainf.dir}/MANIFEST.MF"></metainf>
<webinf dir="${retiradaEdital.webinf.dir}">
<patternset>
<exclude name="**/web.xml" />
<exclude name="classes/**" />
<exclude name="lib/**" />
<include name="**/*.tld" />
<include name="**/*.xml" />
</patternset>
</webinf>
<classes dir="${retiradaEdital.webinf.dir}/classes" />
<fileset dir="${retiradaEdital.web.dir}">
<patternset>
<include name="**/*" />
<exclude name="WEB-INF/**/*" />
<exclude name="lib/**/*" />
<exclude name="classes/**/*" />
</patternset>
</fileset>

</war>
</target>

Any reasons why?

Regards

Vinicius
 
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Looks like you're trying to add MANIFEST.MF.

From the ant manual on war task, blurb on metainf:


The nested metainf element specifies a FileSet. All files included in this fileset will end up in the META-INF directory of the war file. If this fileset includes a file named MANIFEST.MF, the file is ignored and you will get a warning.


[ October 04, 2005: Message edited by: Carol Enderlin ]
 
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