Maven

Many organizations have invested in Maven, Ant and other tools to automate build and test executions. FlexDeploy supports native integration to perform Build and Execute Tests, but it also allows for taking advantage of existing investments in Maven, Ant, etc. In this blog post, I will talk about how to pull in JUnit Test Results

Maven makes distributing software easy with automated dependency injection. With FlexDeploy 3.0, the Maven plugin, and a Spring project, you are only minutes from deploying a sustainable app to your Tomcat server. Let’s take a look at how we can set up the workflow and project to build the Spring Pet-Clinic sample, from https://github.com/karlhenselin/spring-petclinic. This