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"build file build.xml does not found"

 
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Hi,
I already have build.xml file in the working directory. Still, when I run the build.xml file, I get the message
build file build.xml does not found. Can anyone tell me what is wrong.
Thanks,
Srikanth
 
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I suppose u r using ant here in which case you just have to give the following command
c:\ant -->which will automatically fetch build.xml
 
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HI,
That's what I exactly did. I ran Ant in the directory, which contains the build.xml file.
Then I got this message.
Srikanth
 
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Hi!
Did you set ANT_HOME in your enviroment? I set that var and then I put build.xml in ant'bin directory.
hope it helps!
 
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I did set the ANT_HOME environment.
Now, I am able to run the ant in the directory where my build file is, after renaming the build.xml file to run.xml.
 
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