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From Carlos Alonso <>
Subject Re: Defining ant target to run junit tests using dbunit
Date Tue, 20 May 2008 16:21:19 GMT
Hi tmni,

About the authentication exception that you're getting, I cannot guess 
neither cause nor solution, but I think the following source code could 
be helpful.

The first point is the problem you're getting with the oracle driver 
load. I think that the point is that you have not defined where Ant can 
find the class that implements the driver. I've never used Oracle, but I 
don't think it differs much on mysql. In the following source code you 
can check that the .jar file where the driver is implemented is directly 
pointed out by the classpath argument, so try adding the .jar file to 
the classpath.

            driver = "com.mysql.jdbc.Driver"
            password = "pass"
            url = "jdbc:mysql://"
            userid = "pass"
            autocommit = "true"
            classpath = "${lib}/mysql-connector-java-5.0.4-bin.jar"

Regarding now to the second problem to set the tests you want to be 
executed, have a look at the code below, instead of dbunit I use Junit 
as you can see, but I don't think they are very different.

As for the previous situation, you'll have to define a classpath from 
which your tests will be compiled, and then, include them in a <fileset> 
resource into the <batchtest> task.
The formatter elements that you can see over specify the output that the 
junit task will produce.

<taskdef name="junit"

<junit haltonfailure="no" printsummary="on" fork="yes">
            <classpath >
                 <pathelement location="${build}"/>
                 <fileset dir="${lib}">
                    <include name="*.jar"/>
            <formatter type="brief" usefile="false"/>
            <formatter type="xml" />
             <batchtest todir="${results}" >
                 <fileset dir="${src}" includes="**/*Tests/Test*.java"/>

I hope it may help you.

tmni escribió:
> I am relatively new to ant and am having trouble setting up a target to run a
> series of junit tests.
> These tests all run fine when I launch them via eclipse.  But if I try to
> run ant directly via command prompt, I get errors.  First, I was getting
> error like:
> Error 'Unexpected failure during bean definition parsing in resource URL
> [file:spring-misc-junit.xml] at:
> Bean 'mailSender'; nested exception is java.lang.SecurityException: class
> “javax.mail.AuthenticationFailedException”’s signer information does not
> match signer information of other classes in the same package.
> I thought it might have something to do with authenticating to database, so
> tried adding the following
> dbunit info.  I got an error that there must be at least 1 step in a dbunit
> task. I tried adding a task to do
> an insert, but don't know why this would be necessary since the test
> themselves set up the test data, accessing a test data xml file.  Even with
> that change, I get error that oracle driver cannot be loaded.
> The tests use dbunit and the underlying database is Oracle (accessed via
> Hibernate in application).
> I can't figure out how to define the test target and I cannot find a sample
> that does this.  Does
> anyone have a sample ant build file that runs junit tests that use
> dbunit/hibernate/oracle combination??
> <target name="test2" depends="init,compile">
>   <taskdef classpathref="project.class.path" name="dbunit"
>     classname="org.dbunit.ant.DbUnitTask" />
>   <dbunit driver="oracle.jdbc.OracleDriver"
>    url="jdbc:oracle:thin:@server:port:dbname"
>    userid="me"
>    password="password">
> </dbunit>

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