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how to start/stop tomcat5.0/wsad using ant script

 
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I would like to know how to start or stop the tomcat 5.0 and wsad 1.3 servers using the ant script. Thanks in advance.
 
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I'm not sure about WSAD but for tomcat, the below link should be helpfulTomcatAntTasks
 
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Mihir,
IBM provides Ant tasks to start/stop the server. However you have to run them from within a special Ant environment (runAnt). I find it is easier to configure the build to just run the shell scripts to stop/start the server. It's also less intrusive on your build.
 
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