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Ant and Websphere

 
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Hello,
is there any possibility to use Ant within Websphere or Eclipse? I mean, if there it is possible to export ant script from my project in Websphere, so I will be able to compile and package it withoud this IDE?
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You can certainly run Ant build files and targets within Eclipse. Indeed, Eclipse has great support for Ant, including a nice syntax-aware editor.

I'm not aware of a way to have Eclipse generate an Ant build file from the information in Eclipse's internal build system.

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Originally posted by David Ulicny:
Hello,
is there any possibility to use Ant within Websphere or Eclipse? I mean, if there it is possible to export ant script from my project in Websphere, so I will be able to compile and package it withoud this IDE?
Thanks



Sure, you can.


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Thank you Mike and Somkiat.
 
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