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From Bill Nagy <>
Subject Re: [Axis2] More on not being able to build from source
Date Wed, 08 Feb 2006 13:26:58 GMT
(I'll reply to my original message since my mail server seems to only
like to deliver messages from axis-dev sporadically...)

Thanks.  I missed the file, and yes, I can get to, I just didn't realize that that's
where some of the jars were.  (I attempted to set up caching proxy for
the jars since it was taking over 4 hours to fetch them from ibiblio,
only to fail later on, but I missed the apache repos.)  I see that
Sanjiva fixed the war target, so I'll try again.

How often do the jars get updated in the repositories?  (i.e. how often
should I not use the -o option?)


On Tue, 2006-02-07 at 22:12 -0500, Bill Nagy wrote:
> I apologize for not being able to continue on the previous thread, but
> the messages were accidentally being marked as spam for me and were
> deleted.  (I read your responses on the archive.)
> I've tried several different JDKs, all with the same result.  For now,
> I've chalked it up to some OS issue and simply deleted the test case --
> everything in the default target then built fine.  However, when I try
> to build the 'war' or 'release' targets, I get a dependency failure:
> cache-war-deps:
>     [echo] Fetching Dependencies for
> modules: ,modules/webapp/project.xml
> Starting the reactor...
> Our processing order:
> Apache Axis 2.0 - Web Application
> +----------------------------------------
> | Executing (): Apache Axis 2.0 - Web Application
> | Memory: 15M/36M
> +----------------------------------------
> Attempting to download XmlSchema-1.0-SNAPSHOT.jar.
> Attempting to download ws-policy-1.0-SNAPSHOT.jar.
> WARNING: Failed to download ws-policy-1.0-SNAPSHOT.jar.
> Attempting to download wss4j-SNAPSHOT.jar.
> Actually I've spent the better part of two days both at home and at work
> trying to get the build to fetch all of the dependencies, which makes me
> less than happy with Maven...  In any event, I looked on both the
> ibiblio and openejb repositories (or whatever they are -- I won't
> pretend to understand Maven), and can't even find a ws-commons directory
> (to be honest, I'm not sure how I got some of the other jars that also
> appear to need to come from the same directory.)
> Could someone please fill me in on what I'm missing (and tell me if
> there are any more responsive mirrors)?  Thanks again.
> -Bill

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