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Building with ant from eclipse

 
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I have the following in the build.xml


I am running it from eclipse and I am getting a java.io.IOException: Cannot run program "wsgen": CreateProcess error=2, The system cannot find the file specified.
It looks like wsgen cannot be found. Anyone seen this before. windows->preferences->tasks
shows that wsgen is there

Thanks in advance.
 
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Sonia:

You probably need to tell Ant what the path to wsgen is.

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I set the path to point to the ant libraries. But from Eclipse? Eclipse already knows about Ant. So why is it having a problem?
 
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Better discussed in the IDEs forum. Moving.
 
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Sonia:

What I meant was, does Ant know where to find the wsgen executable file? Given the error you're getting, it looks like it can't. Have you tried running ant from the command line?

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I tried but I get an error because it cant find Ant, But i did add it to the path. So I don't know what the problem is.
 
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Sonia:

Have you tried using the absolute path?

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you mean in the build.xml. Could you post what the build.xml should look like?

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No; we don't know where your wsgen program is located.
 
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Do you mean like this?">
 
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Sonia:

Yes, or create a path element (which will work out to the same thing).

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There's a posibility that you don't have the wsgen within your eclipse installation.
You could try searching for that term in you java directory, usually under a path like; C:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0\bi\wsgen

Use this path for the exec i.e. <exec executable="D:\Program Files\Java\jdk1.6.0\bin\wsgen">

I had a similar issue but this solved my problem.
 
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