[jboss-user] [JBoss/Spring Integration] - Re: JBoss 4.2 Spring Deployer + Spring 2.08
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Fri Jan 25 19:22:15 EST 2008
"alesj" wrote :
| First, I think you should be trying to fix this against some AS4.x branch.
| Not the trunk, since trunk already contains new code needed for AS5.
| Then simply run (JBossAS_4.x_HOME)/build/build.sh.
| This will download all the required thirdparty libs (that's what's missing with you - the libraries.ent warning) and build the server instance.
| After that you should be able to run spring-int build as well.
| By default (in pre AS5) spring-int is excluded from main build.
Thanks, I'm used to Maven so buildmagic is Greek to me at the moment.
I checked out of the newest 4.x branch I could find with spring-int in it, which was:
| tobin:~/dev/jboss brandon$ svn info
| Path: .
| URL: http://anonsvn.jboss.org/repos/jbossas/branches/JBoss_4_0_4_JBAS-4213
| Repository Root: http://anonsvn.jboss.org/repos/jbossas
| Repository UUID: 84be2c1e-ba19-0410-b317-a758671a6fc1
| Revision: 69357
| Node Kind: directory
| Schedule: normal
| Last Changed Author: bstansberry at jboss.com
| Last Changed Rev: 61460
| Last Changed Date: 2007-03-19 12:28:18 -0600 (Mon, 19 Mar 2007)
I moved to JDK5 and got JBoss to build just fine. However, when I went to build spring-int I got this error:
| tobin:~/dev/jboss/spring-int brandon$ ./build.sh
| Searching for build.xml ...
| Buildfile: /Users/brandon/dev/jboss/spring-int/build.xml
| Trying to override old definition of task property
| [javac] Compiling 8 source files to /Users/brandon/dev/jboss/spring-int/output/classes
| BUILD FAILED
| /Users/brandon/dev/jboss/spring-int/build.xml:299: The following error occurred while executing this line:
| /Users/brandon/dev/jboss/spring-int/build.xml:227: Reference spring.classpath not found.
I poked around in build.sh and build.xml.. looked around in the tools/etc/buildmagic directory and noticed that nothing about Spring was mentioned in there, but otherwise I don't know this build system well enough to know what to even look for or change. Any suggestions? Thanks!
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