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ColdFusionProhect building with ANT script

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Sep 12, 2015

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I am new to coldfsion.I have some doubt in building coldfusion code with ant script to generate a war file

<target name="war" >

  <echo message="Creating WAR file ..." />

  <war destfile="${distrib.dir}/${warFileName}" webxml="./WEB-INF/web.xml">

  <fileset dir="./src" />

  <fileset dir="./build/src">

  <include name="**/*.jar"/>

  </fileset>

  <fileset dir="${distrib.dir}/configfiles"/>

  </war>

  <echo message="WAR file created." />

  </target>

I generated the war file and unzipped the war file and seen that code is just copied in war as like tar file. .Is generated war file right ?

Is any other way to generate war file for coldfusion code ?

Please help me on this.

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ColdFusionProhect building with ANT script

Community Beginner ,
Sep 12, 2015

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I am new to coldfsion.I have some doubt in building coldfusion code with ant script to generate a war file

<target name="war" >

  <echo message="Creating WAR file ..." />

  <war destfile="${distrib.dir}/${warFileName}" webxml="./WEB-INF/web.xml">

  <fileset dir="./src" />

  <fileset dir="./build/src">

  <include name="**/*.jar"/>

  </fileset>

  <fileset dir="${distrib.dir}/configfiles"/>

  </war>

  <echo message="WAR file created." />

  </target>

I generated the war file and unzipped the war file and seen that code is just copied in war as like tar file. .Is generated war file right ?

Is any other way to generate war file for coldfusion code ?

Please help me on this.

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