|Summary:||problem running <borland> task on multiple ejb jars|
|Product:||Ant||Reporter:||David LeRoy <David.LeRoy>|
|Component:||Optional Tasks||Assignee:||Ant Notifications List <notifications>|
Description David LeRoy 2004-02-13 17:05:31 UTC
When the <borland> subtask is run on multiple directories to produce multiple ejb jars, each directory includes generated classes from the previous directories. In other words, if the task is run on directories X, Y and Z, Y.jar contains classes from X and Z.jar contains classes from Y and Z. If the task is run separately on X, Y and Z only the correct classes are included. The files that are added are of the form: <*>POAInvokeHandler.class <*>POA.class <*>Operations.class <*>.class <*>.class The problem seems to be in the writeJar() method in BorlandDeploymentTool.java: ... _genfiles.clear(); // <--- added this line buildBorlandStubs(homes.iterator()); //add the gen files to the collection files.putAll(_genfiles); super.writeJar(baseName, jarFile, files, publicId); ... And the correct files were incorporated in ejb jars. Not sure of this is the correct solution but it seems to be.
Comment 1 Stefan Bodewig 2008-07-10 07:54:50 UTC
I don't know whether the borland appserver is still around, but I know we won't have one around for testing. The proposed change looks trivial and I feel like applying it to trunk - nobody is going to notice if I broke it anyway. ;-) Furthermore it looks as if the patch was endorsed by BorlandDeploymentTool's original author http://www.moussaud.org/ejbjar.html svn rev 675603