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After running this ANT (for RMI), I came across an Error "Build Failed : Java Returned 1"

I can't understand it. Please can anyone help me.

Sourse code:


<target name="compile">
<javac srcdir="D:\Practise\RMI">
<include name="myRMIClient.java"/>
<include name="myRMIServer.java"/>

<target name="stub" depends="compile">
<rmic classname="myRMIImpl" base="D:\Practise\RMI"/>

<target name="background" depends="stub">
<exec executable="cmd" spawn="true">
<arg line="/c start rmiregistry" />

<target name="RunServer" depends="background">
<jar destfile="D:\Practise\RMI\myRMIServer.jar"
<attribute name="Main-Class" value="myRMIServer"/>

<java jar="D:\Practise\RMI\myRMIServer.jar" fork="true" failonerror="true" >
<pathelement location="D:\Practise\RMI\" />
<pathelement path="myRMIImpl_Skel.class, myRMIImpl_Stub.class," />
<echo message = "Server Running --- Waiting for Client Request " />

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Was it the java element in the RunServer target that threw the exception? The contents of the classpath element looks wrong in there - it should point at directories or JAR files, not at specific classes... besides - it looks like you are running from "myRMIServer.jar" directly - if you aren't using any classes outside of this JAR or the default Java classes that come with the JDK - you shouldn't need to set the classpath anyway.

Also, usually there is more information about why the build failed... that would help, too, if this doesn't fix your problem...
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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