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Hi all

My requirement is i need to generate a generate a jarfile using ant build.xml and need to push that generated jar to a server using sftp.

can any help me regarding this
 
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Ok. Well, what do you have so far? The first step is to create a build.xml file. Then you can try compile/jar up the code. When you get stuck, post where you get up to.
 
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hi

thanks for the reply, i am using the following code to upload to the server using FTP.



thanks.
 
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hi

there was no error and no output
 
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Try running ant with the verbose flag. There has to be some output. Especially if you are having a probelm.
 
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