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||Mon, 10 January 2011 15:02
| Eva Troels
Registered: December 2010
I have par project that consists of several bundles.|
My bundles are built by Maven and the Manifest.MF file is genereated by bundlor.
I start by running mvn clean package on the command line. This builds the project and in this process deletes and generates the manifest.
I then refresh my projects in STS and Eclipse-clean-builds
The Manifest.mf file is deleted and generated by maven. But even after a refresh, eclipse reports that the file has been changed on the file system. I am confused what generates this behaviour. It should only be changed in connection with a manual build from the command line, right?
When adding my par to the virgo server and starting it I notice several peculiar things:
Two of my bundles are of type "war". When running, I almost always gets the error that the manifest.mf does not exist. When inspecing the "stage" directory in the virgo server directory I can see that the META-INF directory is missing.
I end up deleting, cleaning, building and restarting - but at no time the manifest is in place when starting the bundles.
Can anyone provide any pointers to the sequence to clean, build, deploy etc?
Is it not a good idea to delete and generate MANIFEST.MF from maven on the commandline?
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