Hudson commented on AXIS2-5781:

SUCCESS: Integrated in Jenkins build Axis2 #3805 (See 
AXIS2-5781: Create temporary folders under target instead of the module root 
directory. (veithen: rev 1804158)
* (edit) 
AXIS2-5781: Use the latest releases of axis2-aar-maven-plugin and 
axis2-mar-maven-plugin; they no longer attempt to write temporary files in the 
module root directory. (veithen: rev 1804157)
* (edit) axis2/pom.xml

> Maven Build - Module: kernel - generates / modifies file under source-control 
> - should build in output directory
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: AXIS2-5781
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/AXIS2-5781
>             Project: Axis2
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: kernel
>    Affects Versions: 1.7.3
>            Reporter: Jeff Thomas
>            Priority: Minor
> Maven Build for axis2-kernel (./modules/kernel/pom.xml).
> In the axis2-kernel Maven Module (and at in at least the axis2-integration 
> module as well) test ant-scripts and unit-tests run against the 
> "./test-resources" directory instead of the "./target/test-resources" 
> directory.
> In the interest of Maven "compliance" the build process should not edit, 
> touch or otherwise "dirty" source-code files.
> Examples:
> 1.  The Ant-script "test-resources/deployment/service2/build.xml" creates 
> temporary directories, generates content, and removes these temporary 
> directories directly within the "test-resources" source directory.
> 2. The Unit-Test utility method 'readWSDLFromFile' in XMLSchemaTest creates a 
> File reference to a file in "test-resources" and performs the following:
> {code:java}XMLPrettyPrinter.prettify(file);{code}
> This updates (dirties) the input source-file - on my windows build it changes 
> the line-endings from Unix to Windows.
> The current Maven POMs already take care of copying the "test-resources" 
> directory to "target/test-resources" so all of the required input files and 
> ant-scripts are available there.  Therefore, the POM ANT "dir" properties and 
> the JUnit tests just need to be updated to use these instead of the 
> source-code originals.

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