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    Petar Banicevic
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    After I have exported a project to the war file I would like to copy the war file to c:\portlets

    Is that possible without using ant ?

    #285852 Reply

    Loyal Water
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    Im sorry this process cannot be automated with MyEclipse.

    #285857 Reply

    Ton Huisman
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    You could use Maven instead…

    #285859 Reply

    Petar Banicevic
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    I have created an external task in Eternal tools called deploy. Now, is there a way to reach that external task from IDE simpler that going to Run->External Tools->Open External tools->click on deploy…. this is bit cumbersome…

    #285860 Reply

    Ton Huisman
    Member

    On WIndows you can use AutoIt or AutoHotKey to create a mouse/keyboard script to automate these kind of tasks. If you need to build from outside of MyEclipse, and continue with package and deploy, then either Ant or Maven is most usefull, with Ant also very usable from inside MyEclipse. (Maven support is coming with ME 6.5). Unfortunately there is no script-wizard for Ant (or at least I haven’t found it yet in ME), so you’ll have to hand-craft something, based on the samples on the ant site (http://ant.apache.org) Same goes for Maven (http://maven.apache.org), but that’s much easier to get rolling on a Continuus Integration server (build automation).

    HTH
    Ton

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