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Create Junit report via ANT in WebLogic workshop

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   I'm able to use WebLogic workshop to run Junit test case. I want to how to export the test result via ANT to a file. I'm new to ANT. Need know how to modify the build.xml to create the test report. I see the ant.jar file in c:\bea\weblogic8server\lib\ant. Is there a way to run ant thru WebLogic workshop? Thanks for your help.
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