Saturday, 17 March 2012 Fixing the "DeployTask cannot be found" error when using the Tomcat 7 Ant tasks on Mac OSX. You might be interested in knowing that in almost all cases, using a forward slash in pathnames in Java is the better way to go. I've also tried adding in the other 3 files in to ANT_HOME/lib but it still doesn't work –Arvin Aug 25 '12 at 13:57 Have you tried to follow completely Copy the JARs to a folder within your project that you check into your source control system. his comment is here
Maven :: How do I deploy a maven web application to Tomcat? Amazing! Thanks! Normally, this task is executed indirectly when needed. -->
and to solv ur problem u need to copy catalina-ant.jar inside anthome/lib folder Thanks, Sharad share|improve this answer answered Aug 11 '13 at 9:51 sharad-garg 12119 add a comment| up vote Taskdef Class Cannot Be Found Using The Classloader Antclassloader Tim Holloway Saloon Keeper Posts: 18335 56 I like... I've tried what you said but it hasn't removed the warnings unfortunately –Arvin Aug 25 '12 at 13:54 Did you try setting "appserver.home" to C:/Program Files/Apache Software Foundation/Tomcat 5.5/common/lib Show 3 replies 1.
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If you need to copy static files from external dependencies, you can customize the contents of this task. One of the primary reasons that that is the backslash is frequently interpreted as an escape character, and therefore will result of the formation of an actual pathname that doesn't quite The build.xml file contains 4 taskdef entries, named start, stop, deploy, and undeploy.