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From Dennis Sosnoski <>
Subject Re: [Axis2] Integration test failures
Date Sun, 11 Jun 2006 08:57:34 GMT
Hi Chuck,

I was building a clean checkout, with no changes. I did find the 
immediate cause of the problem, though - I had a Tomcat instance running 
on the default port of 8080, and these tests are creating a 
SimpleHTTPServer for the client which apparently requires that port. I 
don't know that this is a change from what used to happen before your 
SimpleHTTPServer changes - I might not have run the build with Tomcat 
active before.

After some digging around, I suspect the actual problem occurs because 
org.apache.axis2.transport.http.server.HttpFactory defaults the port to 
8080 unless this is overridden in the axis2.xml file. I'd suggest using 
a less popular port as the default (or perhaps even trying a random 
generated sequence of ports in the >1000 range until a free port is found).

  - Dennis

Chuck Williams wrote:
> Hi Dennis,
> I committed the changes to SimpleHTTPSever and also run linux,
> specifically debian etch (testing) with a 2.6.15 kernel.  Before
> committing, I did a clean build and verified all tests passed with Sun's
> 1.5.0_05 jvm.  I upgraded today to, just updated to latest
> svn head (with no change since my commit is last revision) and did
> another clean build.  All tests pass, including the ones you cite below.
> Do all tests pass with your changes using a revision before my
> check-ins?  Do your changes interact with the http server directly?
> Please let me know if I can help to isolate your issue.
> Chuck
> Dennis Sosnoski wrote on 06/10/2006 07:59 PM:
>> I've been trying to synchronize with the latest code so I can get
>> changes checked in, but every time I try to build I get test failures
>> in the integration module
>> (org.apache.axis2.engine.EchoRawXMLOnTwoChannelsSyncTest FAILED,
>> org.apache.axis2.engine.EchoRawXMLMultipleTest FAILED,
>> org.apache.axis2.engine.EchoRawXMLOnTwoChannelsTest FAILED, etc.). I
>> even did a clean check out of the entire project, with the same
>> results when I tried to build.
>> I'm running Mandriva Linux 2006, Sun's 1.5.0-b64 JVM. I know there've
>> been changes to the SimpleHttpServer recently and I'm wondering if
>> that's the cause of the failures. Is anyone else building the latest
>> code on Linux successfully?
>>  - Dennis
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