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I have a Windows batch file which I need to execute on Solaris. I am trying to convert it to .sh since batch does not execute on Solaris

Here is the windows file

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echo off
setlocal
set ECLIPSE="C:\Composer"
set BUILDWORKSPACE="C:\Composer\build_workspace"
set BUILDFILE="R:\Smart_Container\Main\buildEnv\DARBuild.xml"
set INSTALLFILE="R:\Smart_Container\Main\buildEnv\DARInstall.xml"
set DARPROJECTSDIR="R:\Smart_Container\Main\darProjects"
set INSTALLWORKSPACE="c:\Composer\install_workspace"
rmdir /S /Q %BUILDWORKSPACE%
rmdir /S /Q %INSTALLWORKSPACE%
xcopy %DARPROJECTSDIR% %BUILDWORKSPACE% /E /I
java cp
%ECLIPSE%\startup.jar org.eclipse.core.launcher.Main
data
%BUILDWORKSPACE% application
org.eclipse.ant.core.antRunner
buildfile
%BUILDFILE%
java cp
%ECLIPSE%\startup.jar org.eclipse.core.launcher.Main
data
%INSTALLWORKSPACE% application
org.eclipse.ant.core.antRunner
buildfile
%INSTALLFILE%
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I have done the following in .sh

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echo off
setlocal
set ECLIPSE="/Composer"
set BUILDWORKSPACE="/Composer/build_workspace"
set BUILDFILE="/usr/local/Smart_Container/Main/buildEnv/DARBuild.xml"
set INSTALLFILE="/usr/local/Smart_Container/Main/buildEnv/DARInstall.xml"
set DARPROJECTSDIR="/usr/local/Smart_Container/Main/darProjects"
set INSTALLWORKSPACE="/Composer/install_workspace"
rmdir /S /Q $BUILDWORKSPACE
rmdir /S /Q $INSTALLWORKSPACE
xcopy $DARPROJECTSDIR $BUILDWORKSPACE /E /I
java cp
$ECLIPSE/startup.jar org.eclipse.core.launcher.Main
data
$BUILDWORKSPACE application
org.eclipse.ant.core.antRunner
buildfile
$BUILDFILE
java cp
$ECLIPSE/startup.jar org.eclipse.core.launcher.Main
data
$INSTALLWORKSPACE application
org.eclipse.ant.core.antRunner
buildfile
$INSTALLFILE
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But does not seem to be working. Can someone please help.
Thank you
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Question by:anshul9189
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This should get you a little closer.
#!/bin/sh
ECLIPSE=/Composer
BUILDWORKSPACE=/Composer/build_workspace
BUILDFILE=/usr/local/Smart_Container/Main/buildEnv/DARBuild.xml
INSTALLFILE=/usr/local/Smart_Container/Main/buildEnv/DARInstall.xml
DARPROJECTSDIR=/usr/local/Smart_Container/Main/darProjects
INSTALLWORKSPACE=/Composer/install_workspace
 
rm -fr $BUILDWORKSPACE
rm -fr $INSTALLWORKSPACE
 
cp -rp $DARPROJECTSDIR $BUILDWORKSPACE
 
# Not sure about your java stuff
java cp
$ECLIPSE/startup.jar org.eclipse.core.launcher.Main
data
$BUILDWORKSPACE application
org.eclipse.ant.core.antRunner
buildfile
$BUILDFILE
java cp
$ECLIPSE/startup.jar org.eclipse.core.launcher.Main
data
$INSTALLWORKSPACE application
org.eclipse.ant.core.antRunner
buildfile
$INSTALLFILE

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