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Re: [jibx-users] Splitting JIBX compile across two classes CORRECTION - two Projects Archie Cobbs Fri Feb 03 16:05:56 2012

One idea...

Try defining abstract bindings for everything in the library, and then
including the abstract binding files (Foo.xml, Bar.xml, etc.) in your
library JAR file. Then don't do any JiBX binding when building the library.
Only do it during the WAR build. You'll have to extract the Foo.xml files
out of the library JAR, so you can then include them during your WAR build
from your WAR build binding files that define your concrete mappings.

-Archie

On Wed, Feb 1, 2012 at 4:27 PM, Alan Chaney <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:

> Sorry, just noticed that the topic is wrong - it should be "Splitting
> JIBX compile across two projects"
>
>
> Hi
>
> I've been working until recently with one project which had a set of
> sources and a jibx binding file. This project was a web application and
> when preparing the war for distribution on my CI server I was simply
> running the jibx compiler with Ant and making sure that the resulting
> class files were put into the WEB-INF/classes folder.
>
> Recently, I moved some classes which are referenced in the jibx compile
> to another project which is a library project for the first project.
>
> When I'm in Eclipse its fine, but when I try and build a jar on the CI
> server from the library project to be used by the web app project of
> course it fails because the generated classes aren't in the library jar
> and I can't generate them because the binding file is in the web app
> project. This works in Eclipse because the file structure is not wrapped
> into the jar.
>
> Any suggestions on how I can split my projects such that some of the
> classes to be processed by JIBX are in a jar of one project and the
> others in a war of another project?
>
> I should add that the reason why I've split them is that other projects
> are needing to use my library classes and including the web app war as
> part of the classpath of those other projects would be a horrible hack.
>
> Thanks
>
> Alan Chaney
>
>
>
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