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Running Ant scripts from Eclipse

Posted by archworx on January 28, 2007

Getting Ant scripts to run from eclipse can sometimes be tricky if you are using Ant tasks that require external jar files, for example to run a script to deploy/undeploy to a tomcat server you have to add the make the following configuration changes, the same applies to junit and other external tasks

  • In Eclipse go to Window | Preferences | Ant
  • Open the Runtime section
  • In the Classpath tab: Add to the Global Entries the the catalina-ant.jar file as indicated by the following screen shot.

Eclipse-Ant jar file

  • In the Tasks tab: Add the Deploy and Undeploy tasks as shown in the following screen shot

Eclipse-Ant deploy

Eclipse-Ant Undeploy

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