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From karan malhi <karan.ma...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Run single TCK test?
Date Thu, 22 Sep 2005 16:01:58 GMT
Hi Matthew,

You can also try maven console, if you are running single tests. This 
will save you some jvm startup time.


Matthew T. Adams wrote:

>>>How do I run a single test method or test class?  I'd like 
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>>to be able 
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>>>to do it via the command line as well as in NetBeans so that I can 
>>>debug it.  Do I have to create my own configuration file in 
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>>test/conf 
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>>>(.list & .conf) for each test I want to run alone?
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>>You need your own .conf file and you invoke it with 
>>-Djdo.tck.cfglist=<your conf> on the maven command line.  Take 
>>a look at 
>>step 12. on http://wiki.apache.org/jdo/TechnologyCompatibilityKit#HowTo
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>As I figured.  I've already got my detach.list & detach.conf files going.
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>>>  Also, which target is the most appropriate to build tck20 plus its 
>>>dependencies without executing the near-20-minute 
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>>installSchema target?
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>>Michael B. has just added some nice multiproject goals in jdo/trunk.  
>>>From there you can do maven tck20.build.  Unfortunately, this 
>>does get 
>>you the lengthy installSchema goal as well.  So we really don't have a 
>>single target that meets your requirements.  However, you're 
>>gonna need 
>>a schema installed for most anything you do, aren't you?  So 
>>you just do 
>>it once.  Otherwise, you can take a look at either trunk/README.txt or 
>>trunk/project.properties to find out the order of dependencies and 
>>invoke maven in each of the subdirectories.  You need to build api20, 
>>core20, enhancer20, then tck20.
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>Yes, I only want to run installSchema once, unless I'm going to lunch or
>something while it runs.  I'd like to be able to build tck20, though,
>without running the installSchema target.  I'll look at adding that goal --
>is it one of the standard maven goals like multiproject:install-snapshot or
>something like that?
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>>In case you haven't heard, you can do maven help in tck20 to get some 
>>help text for goals and options.
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>I saw that.  Those are convenient goals.
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>>-- Michelle
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>>> 
>>>--matthew
>>> 
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-- 
Karan Singh


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