You can use Apache Ant to build and deploy applications. The Apache Ant plug-in automates the use of the Apache Ant command line tool.
This plug-in includes one step:
This plug-in requires IBM UrbanCode Deploy version 6.0 or later.
This plug-in supports Apache Ant version 1.6.5 or later.
This plug-in runs on all operating systems that UrbanCode Deploy supports with the exception of IBM z/OS.
No special steps are required for installation. See Installing plug-ins in UrbanCode Deploy.
Added translations for steps and properties
Remove the JVM Properties property because Ant ignores JAVA_OPTS
This release includes the ability to specify the ANT_OPT environment variable.
Run an Ant script.
|ANT OPTS||String||One or more Ant-specific arguments, which are used in the ANT_OPTS environment variable. For example, -Xmx1024m or -XX:MaxPermSize=512m. Enter each argument on a separate line.||No|
|ANT_HOME||String||The installation directory of Apache Ant. The default value is the ANT_HOME environment variable for the agent.||Yes|
|Ant Properties||String||One or more Ant-specific arguments, such as using -v for verbose output. Enter each argument
on a separate line.
|Ant Script File||String||The name of the Ant script file.||Yes|
|JAVA_HOME||String||The path to the Java installation to run Ant scripts. The default is the JAVA_HOME
environment variable for the agent.
|JVM Properties||String||One or more JVM-specific arguments, such as -Xmx=512m for maximum memory. Enter each argument
on a separate line.
|Properties||String||These properties are passed to the Ant command processor and are available by name in the Ant script.
Enter each argument on a separate line in the following format: name=value.
|Script Content||String||Defines the content of the Ant script. The content is written to the
Ant script file and then the file is run.
|Targets||String||One or more names of the targets to run in the Ant script file. Do not specify a target if you are using the default target.||No|
With the Ant step you can specify the build script to run or you can include the build script in the step. You can also specify command-line options in the step.
Before you begin
Verify that a Java Development Kit (JDK) is installed. The required version of the JDK depends on the version of Apache Ant that you are using. See the system requirements topic under Installing Apache Ant for details.
To access this plug-in in the palette, click Build > Build tools.