1 Reply Latest reply on Jun 10, 2003 9:51 AM by dlevitt

    build error can not create task of type jmxdoclet

    misterg Newbie

      BUILD FAILED
      file:C:/cygwin/home/administrator1/jboss-all/common/build.xml:119: Could not create task or type of
      type: jmxdoclet.

      So I build in debug and I get this:

      configure-tools:
      [available] Unable to find C:\cygwin\home\administrator1\jboss-all\thirdparty\xdoclet-xdoclet\lib\xdoclet-jb4.jar
      [available] Unable to find C:\cygwin\home\administrator1\jboss-all\thirdparty\xdoclet-xdoclet\lib\xdoclet-jb4.jar
      [available] Unable to find C:\cygwin\home\administrator1\jboss-all\thirdparty\xdoclet-xdoclet\lib\xdoclet-jb4.jar


      Looking closely at this, the hyphen "-" between the two "xdoclet"s should be a backslash.

      So I do a search of the filesystem for "xdoclet-xdoclet" and I get this:
      File: C:\cygwin\home\administrator1\jboss-all\tools\etc\buildfragments\libraries.ent
      339:
      352:
      Pattern found in 1 of 464 files examined

      So the file C:\cygwin\home\administrator1\jboss-all\tools\etc\buildfragments\libraries.ent
      needs to be fixed.

      I would have used a "stable build" but your tarballs are truncating the filenames.

      Apparently CVS is the only way to get the sources without having truncated filenames.


      This is running on Windows XP with java version "1.4.1_01"
      Java(TM) 2 Runtime Environment, Standard Edition (build 1.4.1_01-b01)
      Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 1.4.1_01-b01, mixed mode)


        • 1. Re: build error can not create task of type jmxdoclet
          dlevitt Newbie

          I think that both the build/local.properties and libraries.ent will need to be updated together.

          I think I'll wiper out everything, and get fresh copies from cvs.

          BTW, neither the source from CVS or the files in the tar ball compile without error. I'm going to try the binary distribution and see what happens
          Dave



          > BUILD FAILED
          > file:C:/cygwin/home/administrator1/jboss-all/common/bu
          > ld.xml:119: Could not create task or type of
          > type: jmxdoclet.
          >
          > So I build in debug and I get this:
          >
          > configure-tools:
          > [available] Unable to find
          > C:\cygwin\home\administrator1\jboss-all\thirdparty\xdo
          > let-xdoclet\lib\xdoclet-jb4.jar
          > [available] Unable to find
          > C:\cygwin\home\administrator1\jboss-all\thirdparty\xdo
          > let-xdoclet\lib\xdoclet-jb4.jar
          > [available] Unable to find
          > C:\cygwin\home\administrator1\jboss-all\thirdparty\xdo
          > let-xdoclet\lib\xdoclet-jb4.jar
          >
          >
          > Looking closely at this, the hyphen "-" between the
          > two "xdoclet"s should be a backslash.
          >
          > So I do a search of the filesystem for
          > "xdoclet-xdoclet" and I get this:
          > File:
          > C:\cygwin\home\administrator1\jboss-all\tools\etc\buil
          > fragments\libraries.ent
          > 339: <property name="xdoclet.xdoclet.root"
          &gt; value="${project.thirdparty}/xdoclet-xdoclet"/>
          > 352: <pathelement
          &gt; path="${xdoclet.xdoclet.lib}/xdoclet-xdoclet-module-${
          &gt; doclet.version}.jar"/>
          > Pattern found in 1 of 464 files examined
          >
          > So the file
          > C:\cygwin\home\administrator1\jboss-all\tools\etc\buil
          > fragments\libraries.ent
          > needs to be fixed.
          >
          > I would have used a "stable build" but your tarballs
          > are truncating the filenames.
          >
          > Apparently CVS is the only way to get the sources
          > without having truncated filenames.
          >
          >
          > This is running on Windows XP with java version
          > "1.4.1_01"
          > Java(TM) 2 Runtime Environment, Standard Edition
          > (build 1.4.1_01-b01)
          > Java HotSpot(TM) Client VM (build 1.4.1_01-b01, mixed
          > mode)
          >
          >