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From Alex Karasulu <>
Subject Re: [Testing] Coping with so many integration tests
Date Mon, 05 Feb 2007 16:37:56 GMT
Stefan Zoerner wrote:
> Alex Karasulu wrote:
>> Hi,
>> The number of integration tests are growing large (we have hundreds) 
>> as we get more coverage for the server and the functionality 
>> increases. These tests start and stop apacheds and clean out working 
>> directories on each run so they can take a while especially if a test 
>> case has lots of tests in it.
> In some cases it may also be an option to simply reduce the number of 
> test methods within the test classes.
> For instance we have some tests with several methods, each of them with 
> one search operations. If we combine them and add good assertion 
> messages for each step, we will reduce the run time without loosing 
> much. The question is whether it is really necessary to have a fresh 
> server for each operation.

Good point I think you're right about that.  There is a lot we can 
consolidate and this will speed things up considerably by avoiding the 
need to shutdown, clean up, and restart ads.


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