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Hello everyone,

I have got following XML piece:



though i need to set the value for the property name src to a wildcard

how could I do that?


below is an example of how it could looks like





Could someone help me out?

Thank you in advance

Regards

Xsi


 
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Campbell Ritchie wrote:Don't know, but I am adding you to our ANT forum.



do I need to recreate the thead there or is it moved ?
 
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Xsi jadu wrote:

Campbell Ritchie wrote:Don't know, but I am adding you to our ANT forum.



do I need to recreate the thead there or is it moved ?



You've already been posted there.

I am not quite sure what the question is, however. You can set the "src" property to be a wildcard pattern, but that's not the same thing as being an actual wildcard directory reference. You'd only get the directory effect from something that used the value of "src" (${src}) and that honored wildcards. Which, I believe the "fileset" directives do.
 
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