Workspace location

When running within a Docker container, the scripts use the directory

/workspace/

as the starting point for all subdirectories.

To use a subdirectory, the environment property workspace should be set.

When running within the container:

$ ant -Dworkspace=clientA <target>

When using the container image with the calling script:

$ aida-s2i -xml -w clientA <target>

The workspace name can contain multiple levels.

Running on a local machine

Consider you have a local machine set up with a directory structure:

~/workspaces
├── s2i
│   ├── clientA
│   │   ├── config
│   │   ├── dest
│   │   ├── input
│   │   ├── output
│   │   ├── reports
│   │   ├── src
│   │   ├── tmp
│   │   ├── build.xml
│   │   ├── .gitignore
│   │   └── README.md
│   ├── clientB
│   │   └── ...workspace dirs...
│   └── ...other clients...
└── README.md

Option 1: go into each client directory and run aida-s2i there

$ cd ~/workspaces/clientA
$ aida-s2i ...

Option 2: run aida-s2i with -w

$ aida-s2i -w s2i/clientA ...
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