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<target name="configure" description="Amend config settings as necessary"> <!--Enter tasks for configure target--> </target> <!-- REMAINDER SNIPPED --> </project> To add this solution to CruiseControl.NET, we need to add a new project element to the ccnet.config file, as shown next. Once again, the changes required are based on name changes in several places because we cannot use properties in the ccnet.config file rather than any significant logic changes. <project name="Etomic.NAntExtensions"> <webURL> http://localhost/ccnet/Controller.aspx _action_ViewProjectReport=true &server=local&project=Etomic.NAntExtensions </webURL> <artifactDirectory> D:\dotNetDelivery\BuildAreaCI\Publish\Etomic.NAntExtensions\ </artifactDirectory> <labeller type="defaultlabeller"> <prefix>1.0.</prefix> </labeller> <triggers> <intervalTrigger /> </triggers> <modificationDelaySeconds>10</modificationDelaySeconds> <sourcecontrol type="vss" autoGetSource="true"> <ssdir>"D:\dotNetDelivery\VSS"</ssdir> <project>$/Solutions/Etomic.NAntExtensions/</project> <username>builder</username> <password>builder</password> <workingDirectory> D:\dotNetDelivery\BuildAreaCI\Source\Etomic.NAntExtensions </workingDirectory> </sourcecontrol> <build type="nant"> <baseDirectory>D:\dotNetDelivery\7\</baseDirectory> <buildArgs>-D:solution.stub=NAntExtensions -D:debug=false</buildArgs> <buildFile>Build.Core.xml</buildFile> <targetList>
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<target>ci</target> </targetList> <buildTimeoutSeconds>300</buildTimeoutSeconds> </build> <tasks> <merge> <files> <file> D:\dotNetDelivery\BuildAreaCI\Reports\Etomic.NAntExtensions\*-results.xml </file> <file> D:\dotNetDelivery\BuildAreaCI\Reports\Etomic.NAntExtensions\fxcop.xml </file> </files> </merge> </tasks> <publishers> <xmllogger /> </publishers> </project>
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Once a successful delivery of a version of the Etomic.NAntExtensions solution has been made and it is deployed, we can use the task. Removing the current calls to the <exec> task and replacing with the all new <fxcop> task is not a difficult problem, and can be accomplished in a short amount of time, particularly since the standard pattern for matching assemblies for analysis works across all projects, as is highlighted in the following code. This should be added to Build.Common.xml: <target name="report.fxcop"> <fxcop executable="D:\dotNetDelivery\Tools\FxCop\1.30\FxCopCmd.exe" report="${core.reports}\fxcop.xml" failonerror="false"> <targets basedir="${core.output}"> <include name="${solution.name}*.dll" /> <include name="${solution.name}*.exe" /> <exclude name="*Tests*" /> </targets> <ruleset basedir=" D:\dotNetDelivery\Tools\FxCop\1.30\Rules"> <include name="*.dll" /> </ruleset> </fxcop> </target>
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Because this target has been added to the common file, the call to the <exec> task can be removed by adding the following call in its place in each of the build files: <nant buildfile="Build.Common.xml" target="report.fxcop" inheritall="true"/> On its own, this call will generate an error because the assembly containing the <fxcop> task extension has not been loaded into the runtime. In order to do this, we can add a <loadtasks> task to the Build.Core.xml file. In this case, I am loading the assembly included under the Tools, folder but you could of course use another version and place the <loadtasks> task under the <sysinfo> task in the file: <sysinfo/> <loadtasks path="D:\dotNetDelivery\Tools\Etomic.NAntExtensions\ Etomic.NAntExtensions.GeneralTasks.dll"/> With this done, we can use the regular script calls, or the CruiseControl server to build any of the solutions. When we run the script, we will see the following additional results, which demonstrate that the assembly is being loaded: [loadtasks] Scanning assembly "Etomic.NAntExtensions.GeneralTasks" for extensions. Also, the <fxcop> task will run and the results (as previously observed) will be seen. The reports are being generated as required, and we have standardized and generalized even more of the build files. We now have the four solutions operating within the CruiseControl.NET environment, as shown in Figure 7-6.
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Summary
We have taken a closer look at the behavior and structure of NAnt. As we have discovered, it is easy to extend, and a variety of features are available to assist in the construction of tasks with minimum integration effort, including specific support of command-line type tasks and specific tasks to aid the use of any custom assemblies. Extending NAnt is a pleasure rather than a pain. The framework for the application provides utility rather than forces increased thought on the part of the developer. We will make further extensions to NAnt in the next chapter, where things start to get a little complex as we look at the integration of databases into the build process.
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Database Integration
n this chapter we look at two problems that we have ignored until now. The first is the integration of the database, which can cause problems unless managed carefully. The second problem is a related one: the deployment of environments using multiple servers. We are going to take a look at likely scenarios and requirements for database integration and solutions for the automated and continuous integration of the database environments. We will then look at how this impacts our current framework for delivery and apply some changes to handle these more complex scenarios. Finally, we will tackle issues with automating the deployment of Data Transformation Services (DTS) packages, an area that is easy to overlook.
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