Calling Ant Tasks on mulitple files

Hello, I was wondering if this was possible in Ant. I have a directory with multiple sub-directories. In each of those subdiretories there is a build.xml Ant file. Each one of them has a Target that I run, called "build".
Is it possible to create a main Ant Build file that will iterate through every build.xml file it finds in the sub-directories and call the target "build" on it? I couldn't find a way to do this. Thanks!

Hi,
I hope the following Script may help you
build.xml
     |
     --dir
         |
         build.xml
         |
         dir1
            |
            build.xml
         |
         dir2
            |
            build.xml
The master build.xml may call the build.xml which is commmon to all sub-directories
<project>
  <target name="Master build" description="The master build" >
    <ant antfile="/dir/build.xml" target="build_directories" />
  </target>
</project>
"dir" directory may have a common build.xml which call the build.xml of each and every subdirectory.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<project default="build_dir">
     <target name="build_directories" description="Builds sub directories" >
          <subant>
               <fileset dir="../dir">
                         <include name="*/build.xml" />
               </fileset>
          </subant>
    </target>     
</project>
subdir1 and subdir2 may have each and own copy of build.xml.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<project default="make">
<target name="Common-build" description="Build Common jar">
     <jar destfile="test1.jar" basedir="." />
</target>
</project>Please let me know if you've any queries/suggestions
Cheers,
Ajaykumar.sr

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