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From "Prasad Kashyap" <goyathlay.geron...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Info needed: migrating openejb-itests to testsuite framework
Date Fri, 06 Oct 2006 17:27:32 GMT
Here is an excerpt from the log file of a maven build. Hope this helps.

The dir-list.txt gives the contents of the itests/target dir after the
ejb archives are created but before the geronimo binary is unpacked.

Cheers
Prasad

On 10/5/06, Prasad Kashyap <goyathlay.geronimo@gmail.com> wrote:
> I am looking at migrating the openejb-itests to the new testsuite framework.
>
> I already have the plan migrated to the 1.1 format. However I have
> some questions regarding the way the classes for the ejb jars are set
> up and the classes for tests. Can someone please shed some light on it
> and help me understand the present structure ?
>
> The way I see it, the openejb-itests project creates 8 ejb archives by
> jar'ing a set or subset of classes and combining it with different
> plans and DDs.
>
> The archives are :
> scenario1
> scenario2
> scenario3
> cmp2-prefetch
> cmp2-petstore
> cmp2-storage
> cmp2-cmrmapping
> openejb-itests
>
> The classes come from the java source files in src/java.
>
> The correct m2 way of building these many artifacts would be to create
> their own projects.
>
> Question 1
> Now, are these java files disjoint enough that they can be split apart
> into as many projects as the ejb archives we need ? Don't think we can
> build all the classes in one core m2 project and use the classes in
> another project which has just the plan DD. Can we ?
>
> Question 2.
> Is the openejb-itests archive really needed ? It is the one big
> archive for the whole project that encompasses everything. It has it's
> own plan and DD and is also distributed into the server. But it also
> contains the other archives. This is kinda confusing.
>
> I believe the test java files are in src/itest directory. However,
> they have a dependency on the java files in src/java. Like I said, the
> only a subset of files in src/java are used to create archives. The
> rest are either included in that big openejb-itests archive or simply
> needed to support the junit tests in src/itests. Now why is it
> structured this way ?  Why weren't they moved to the src/itests dir
> where they are needed ?
>
> Thanx in advance
>
> Cheers
> Prasad
>

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