|Re: Dynamic Deployment Assemblies [message #723808 is a reply to message #723445]
||Fri, 09 September 2011 10:21
| Larry Isaacs
Registered: July 2009
On 9/8/2011 11:10 AM, Blank Reg wrote:|
> I have a dynamic web page project that builds with maven and runs on
> I am using a Server project to test the web application.
> I am now adding a new customer who has different files, e.g. classes,
> configuration files, images, etc.
> I can easily configure a different build in maven using a customer
> property but this obviously has no effect on the publishing of the
> server using the Server project.
> What is the best way to handle the different configurations so they work
> in both maven and the Servers project?
> I can hack Maven to copy stuff in and out of different places during the
> compile instead of the deployment, but I wonder if there is a less hacky
Maybe what you had in mind, but I think your best bet is to limit what
WTP thinks your webapp is to just some "webcontent" folder. You
wouldn't want any Java source folders publishing to "WEB-INF/classes".
It would be up to the maven build to populate that folder with just what
belongs for that configuration, including coping classes to the folder's
"WEB-INF/classes". Publishing will sync the server with what is in that
"webcontent" folder, removing any files that don't still exist there.
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