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From "Christofer Jennings" <>
Subject Re: trouble with basedir (I think)
Date Tue, 13 Jun 2006 15:42:02 GMT

Thanks for the reply. I tried forking the javac too, but got the same
results. I'm leaning more and more to thinking the problem is in the foo
build itself, and maybe the foo code. I found unused imports that caused the
EJB dependency, but taking them out lead to another EJB dependency that I
haven't been able to track down. I added wlclient.jar to the javac's
classpath and the EJB dependencies didn't cause trouble any more. But of
course this just makes me wonder more, why did the build work without that
jar if run on its own? Somehow the EJB files get in the classpath but I
haven't worked it out yet.

After putting wlclient.jar in the classpath, the common.compile target
works. But another target fails that uses servicesgen (a WebLogic ant
taskdef). Ant doesn't complain about the taskdef line, just when servicegen
is used. This makes me think the wrong weblogic jar is used in the taskdef,
so I'm going to try changing that next. (It might also explain why the javac
classpath doesn't need the wlclient.jar when not using a wrapper build

Thanks again,

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