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working with dotNet client and Java server

Jul 13, 2009 at 7:53 PM

We have a dotNet client and a Java server.  The Java server is all mavenized and hudsonized and we are looking at how we can do something similar with the dotNet client.  In particular the Java build process creates files that contain the structures of data that will be sent to the server.  The dotNet client build will need to pull that code from a repository (maven repository perhaps?).  Is all of this possible using NPanday?  We've been looking at different things like NAnt in Hudson too and trying to figure out which product to start with.  We aren't tied to Maven, but we do want a solution that works with our Java setup and some form of Continuous Integration with Hudson.

Thanks in advance


Jul 14, 2009 at 6:59 PM

NPanday is essentially Maven for .NET, so if you're already using Maven for your Java code, it should be a good fit.

I use Continuum, but as long as you can execute the right command, it should work fine with Hudson.

If you're able to try it out, please let us know what you think!


Jul 14, 2009 at 7:08 PM

Thanks.  I just wanted to know that I was going the correct way.  I'll start using it.