Thanks a ton! In order to get some of your other Tomcat 7 Catalina-Ant bits working (eg. Were the Smurfs the first to smurf their smurfs? Here is the error message: build.xml:146: taskdef A class needed by class org.apache.catalina.ant.DeployTask cannot be found: o rg/apache/tools/ant/Task at org.apache.tools.ant.taskdefs.Definer.addDefinition(Definer.java:501) at org.apache.tools.ant.taskdefs.Definer.execute(Definer.java:214) at org.apache.tools.ant.UnknownElement.execute(UnknownElement.java:306) at org.apache.tools.ant.Task.perform(Task.java:401) http://knowaretech.com/cannot-be/apache-catalina-ant-deploytask-cannot-be-found.html
HTH Darins "Eugene Prokopiev"
Daisy Gutierrez Greenhorn Posts: 3 posted 5 years ago I just wanted to say THANK YOU to that last VERY helpful post!! What is really curved, spacetime, or simply the coordinate lines? I use next line in my > build.xml > >
Defaults to "dist". Another reason for doing this is that the forward slash is the generic path component separator for the Java File classes. However in order to allow them to > be there I have tried several things, like copying catalina-ant.jar to > $ANT_HOME/lib and placing it in the classpath environment variable also I Catalina-ant-classpath Tutorial created using: Windows XP || JDK 1.5.0_09 || Eclipse Web Tools Platform 1.5.1 || Tomcat 5.5.20 Page: < 1 2 3> (Continued from page 1) The build.xml file utilizes a
So now in your build.xml file you have something like this (I left out a bunch of other Tomcat commands, dont worry if you have those)
It is useful to determine whether or not the application you are currently developing has been installed. -->
My personal preference is for 2 above. http://knowaretech.com/cannot-be/adobearmservice-cannot-be-found.html Jan Cumps Bartender Posts: 2606 14 I like... Thanks! Neha Daga Ranch Hand Posts: 504 posted 5 years ago Thank You very much..Nilesh SCJP 1.6 96% David Brave Greenhorn Posts: 24 posted 5 years ago Thank you Nilesh Nikam, Catalina-ant.jar Tomcat 7 Download
You might be interested in knowing that in almost all cases, using a forward slash in pathnames in Java is the better way to go. This is normally set to the current working directory. -->