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  1. Apache Tomcat Maven Plugin
  2. MTOMCAT-176

Make deploy/redeploy (upload) less verbose for --batch-mode / --quiet

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    • Type: Wish
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Minor
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: 2.0
    • Fix Version/s: 2.2
    • Component/s: commons-lib
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      Using maven-tomcat-plugin:2.0 for integration testing deployments results in some Jenkins job logs where 99% of the lines comes from the upload "progress meter" (implemented in "TomcatManager.RequestEntityImplementation.transferProgressed").

      In some other plugins with similar HTTP activity, this kind of output can be turned off by launching Maven with "B/batch-mode" (and probably "-quiet" too, although I never do that). This seems to be standard behavior for plugins which uses Wagon or Aether. Would it be possible to implement a similar behavior in the maven-tomcat-plugin?

      Actually, I gave it a try today, but I couldn't find how to get the Maven batch/quiet options through the plugin API. My other attempt was to reuse the Wagon "TransferListener" instance (the implementation, which can be a verbose or quiet progress meter, seems to be chosen depending on the Maven CLI option), but I couldn't find a path to there neither. But it's my first time in some Maven code, I probably have missed something.

      Sure, if it's actually not possible to implement a quiet mode based on the Maven CLI options, then an alternative would be to add a plugin-specific parameter. But I think it would be a bit less convenient.




            • Assignee:
              olamy Olivier Lamy
              tom.gl Thomas GL


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