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syntax on XML file: Element type "sun-appserv-deploy" must be followed by either attribute specifications ">" or "/>"

Posted on 2010-11-30
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Hello I am unable to make this work:

 <target name="deploy.war.to.glassfish" depends="deploy.create.glassfish.password.file">
    <sun-appserv-deploy
        user="${deployment.glassfish.server.username}"
        passwordfile="${deploy.glassfish.password.file.path}"
        host="${deployment.glassfish.server}"
        port="${deployment.glassfish.admin.port}"
            
            <!--11/30/2010  Fileset used below to list all the files that were needed to be deployed. -->
            <fileset dir="d:/NHINC">
                  <include name="AdapterDocRetrieveProxyEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="AggregatorEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="AuditRepositoryEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="ConnectionManagerEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="DocumentTransformEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="EntityAuditLogQueryEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="EntityDocQueryProxyEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="EntityHiemSubscriptionEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="NhincDocQueryEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="NhincDocRetrieveEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="NhincHiemSubscriptionEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="AdapterPolicyEngineProxyEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="NhincAuditQueryEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="GatewaySubscriptionRepositoryEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="AdapterDocQueryProxyEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="EntityDocRetrieveEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="PropAssessorEJB.jar"/>
            </fileset>
            
            asinstalldir="${glassfish.home}"
            />
  </target>


I receive the error listed above.

Please help out.

Thank you,
Midani
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Try this:

<target name="deploy.war.to.glassfish" depends="deploy.create.glassfish.password.file">
    <sun-appserv-deploy
        user="${deployment.glassfish.server.username}"
        passwordfile="${deploy.glassfish.password.file.path}"
        host="${deployment.glassfish.server}"
        port="${deployment.glassfish.admin.port}"
        asinstalldir="${glassfish.home}">  
            <!--11/30/2010  Fileset used below to list all the files that were needed to be deployed. -->
            <fileset dir="d:/NHINC">
                  <include name="AdapterDocRetrieveProxyEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="AggregatorEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="AuditRepositoryEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="ConnectionManagerEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="DocumentTransformEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="EntityAuditLogQueryEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="EntityDocQueryProxyEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="EntityHiemSubscriptionEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="NhincDocQueryEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="NhincDocRetrieveEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="NhincHiemSubscriptionEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="AdapterPolicyEngineProxyEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="NhincAuditQueryEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="GatewaySubscriptionRepositoryEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="AdapterDocQueryProxyEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="EntityDocRetrieveEJB.jar"/>
                  <include name="PropAssessorEJB.jar"/>
            </fileset>
            </sun-appserv-deploy>
</target>

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Thanks!
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