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HeHey everybody...

Hope all is well with you...

I tried this tutorial since it seemed to be very basic...

http://www.javaranch.com/newsletter/200404/Journal200404.jsp#a3

The tutorial says to"Run the deploy target in the ant script..(Build.xml) " but
how could u do this? I tried loading the files into an IDE (Sun Creator) but
was unable to do so (too many dependancies and a completely different setup
required here).

Was wondering how to run this? What do you run to target webmodule/folder JSFLogin, where do you put these files...)
(sorry if I sound like a newbie)

I realize there are other tutorials to try out there but I was curious as to
how to run a "Basic" setup?

Cheers,

John
 
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I think you'll have better luck getting an answer by posting this in the JSF Forum.
[ February 22, 2006: Message edited by: Merrill Higginson ]
 
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Are you familiar with Ant? It is a build tool from Apache (http://ant.apache.org/). If you are running on Windows, you probably need to:
1) Install Ant and add the Ant bin directory to your path.
2) Launch a command prompt and change to the directory where build.xml is located.
3) Execute the command "ant deploy"

- Brent
 
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