Performing unattended daily builds with WebSphere Studio and Ant -- Part 3

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David Leigh and Mark Wainwright

Date archived: January 3, 2017 | First published: April 01, 2004

The third of three articles on build automation in WebSphere Studio, this article shows you how to set up unattended builds when using WebSphere Studio V5 with ClearCase as the repository. A sample WebSphere Studio project is included along with Ant scripts and wrapper code to run the build from the command line. The article explains how to download and install a WebSphere Studio plug-in that extends the headless Ant capabilities to support importing a project to a workspace. The article also includes a downloadable build.xml file and related files that are needed for the automated build process. After reading this article, you will be able to set up an automated, centralized, unattended build process for a development shop that uses WebSphere Studio as the primary tool for project development.

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