ANT + PERFORCE Integration problem

Posted on 2006-03-24
Last Modified: 2008-01-09
I try to integrate Perforce from build.xml
    <target name="perforce">
            <!-- required jar files -->

and have an error message
error: Can't clobber writable file

I check both file they "read only"
And if I do integration from Perforce everything working fine.
How can I solve that problem???
Question by:fxcm
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    Expert Comment

    >>I check both file they "read only"

    Which files?

    Author Comment

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    Accepted Solution

    Make sure toFile is writable and you have appropriate permissions

    Author Comment

    Thanks its working.

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