generated ant scripts have duplicated targets

I am seeing that if I have more than one web application contained within a
single project in selena 7027 that when I generate the ant build scripts the
scripts end up with identically named targets e.g. "j2ee.build.web" for all
the web apps. This means that if I have two apps webapp1 and webapp2 , and
their ant build scripts are both included in the higher level ant build
script, only one gets deployed because they have identical target names.
This means that right now you can only have one web app at a time. I think
this extends also to only being able to have one ejb module. Clearly this is
an unnecesssary limitation.

I don't see any JIRA issue logged for this. Can anyone else confirm?

thanks!
erik


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Hello Erik,

Yes, this is a bug. I think you can create a JIRA issue.

I am seeing that if I have more than one web application contained
within a single project in selena 7027 that when I generate the ant
build scripts the scripts end up with identically named targets e.g.
"j2ee.build.web" for all the web apps. This means that if I have two
apps webapp1 and webapp2 , and their ant build scripts are both
included in the higher level ant build script, only one gets deployed
because they have identical target names. This means that right now
you can only have one web app at a time. I think this extends also to
only being able to have one ejb module. Clearly this is an
unnecesssary limitation.

I don't see any JIRA issue logged for this. Can anyone else confirm?

thanks!
erik

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