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From Aaron Mulder <>
Subject Re: Nightly builds and publish drivers
Date Wed, 04 Jan 2006 19:39:27 GMT
We've also talked about the need to be able to run tests against an
effectively complete server (deployment tests, tests of small things
where it's too painful to start 10,000 GBeans manually in order to try
out one tiny test, and a replacement for/update of the OpenEJB
integration tests).  I think it would be a great start to get
something running along those lines.  That could then be the
foundation of the kind of test suite you're suggesting to verify a


On 1/4/06, Prasad Kashyap <> wrote:
> Now that we have the continuum performing nightly builds, it will be nice to
> make some more enhancements to the process. Some of the things that come to
> mind are
>  1. run a set of basic bringup type verification tests against the drivers
> from the nightly builds. These tests would be of a degree slightly higher
> than the in-built itests and would indicate the general health of the
> driver. Some of these sniff tests could be (feel free to modify the list)
> install G
> start G
> start console
> deploy an app
> test ejb container
> test web container
> test webservices
> stop G 2. publish the drivers that passed the above tests so that people can
> download and play with it on a regular basis. This will obviate the need for
> people to build G from source, a process which sometimes takes an
> indeterminate amount of time due to network delays etc.
>  3. Further down the line, we can even think about hooking up TCK to this
> chain.
>  I volunteer myself to work on this. But I'd sincerely appreciate your
> thoughts and comments, advice and suggestions.
>  I also have a few doubts about our nightly builds which I'd like to get
> confirmed.
>  a) do you still have to trigger the builds manually or does it run per an
> automated schedule ?
>  b) can the above tests be tagged on to the end of the build process in
> Continuum itself or should we explore at other options ?
>  Cheers
>  Prasad.

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