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Ant Ouput /Stack Trace ??

 
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I am susin gnat and build id failin gwith following output

BUILD FAILED
E:\axis2-1.1.1\samples\quickstartxmlbeans\build.xml:78: java.util.zip.ZipException: The system cannot find the file specified

Now I really do not know why this exception is coming. can I get the stack trace from Ant ???
 
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Shariq,
I don't know how to get a stack trace, but two common debugging techniques are:

1) Run Ant with the -v (verbose) flag. You get tons of output and should be able to see who threw the error.
2) Add echo statements to make sure you are passing into the failing task what you think you are.
 
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