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i wanted to know where i can get information about build.xml tags and the ant tools for compling and creating stubs and skeletons.
 
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Here it is...
http://jakarta.apache.org/ant/manual/index.html
 
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You might also try the book, "Open Tools for Extreme Programming". It covers ant and other open-source tools like junit. Don't let the title mislead you. You don't have to be using XP to get a lot out of the book.
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You can also try
IBM Websphere 4 Application Development Handbook which is available for free. (This is about 600 pages).
It's primarily about WebSphere, but contains examples throughout which show you how to set up a web application using ANT.
And it's got another chapter about using JUnit, an open source Unit Testing framework.
[ May 28, 2002: Message edited by: mjzalewski ]
 
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