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Rather than starting your build with [[Common Build Infrastructure/Getting Started/Build In Hudson/Sample Ant Job|a Bash script]], you can use Ant to build.
 
Rather than starting your build with [[Common Build Infrastructure/Getting Started/Build In Hudson/Sample Ant Job|a Bash script]], you can use Ant to build.
  
1. Set up the Ant script just as if you were [[Common Build Infrastructure/Getting Started/Build In Eclipse|building from within Eclipse]] with a [[Common Build Infrastructure/Getting Started/Build In Hudson/Ant Script|few slight modifications for Hudson].
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1. Set up the Ant script just as if you were [[Common Build Infrastructure/Getting Started/Build In Eclipse|building from within Eclipse]] with a [[Common Build Infrastructure/Getting Started/Build In Hudson/Ant Script|few slight modifications for Hudson]].
  
 
2. On the job configuration screen select '''Invoke Ant''', and then Advanced.
 
2. On the job configuration screen select '''Invoke Ant''', and then Advanced.

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Rather than starting your build with a Bash script, you can use Ant to build.

1. Set up the Ant script just as if you were building from within Eclipse with a few slight modifications for Hudson.

2. On the job configuration screen select Invoke Ant, and then Advanced.

3. Your Ant build configuration will look similar to the following:

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4. If you have additional properties that you do not want to include in your build.properties file, you can pass them in through this configuration. This allows you to have a generic build.properties and override or add as necessary specifics that may be needed for your Hudson build.

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