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From "Jarek Gawor" <>
Subject Re: [discuss] How do we improve the user experience of the geronimo server?
Date Thu, 28 Feb 2008 16:07:26 GMT
Here are some specific areas that I think we should have more tests for:

1) Command line tools like deploy, client, jaxws-tools, etc. and their
gshell counterparts.

2) Deploying applications using the different methods or options:
using the command line tools, using the console, hot deploy, offline,
in-place, etc.

3) Plugin infrastructure: export a plugin, assemble a server, etc.

In general, I think it would be a good exercise to come up with a list
of key features of Geronimo and make sure they are well covered by


On Tue, Feb 26, 2008 at 3:44 PM, Lin Sun <> wrote:
> Hi,
>  I am interested in collecting ideas on how we can improve user
>  experience with the geronimo 2.x server, particularly, what type of
>  testing we can do for each geronimo major release to identify probs
>  and resolve them.
>  I think it would be nice to have a set of test (either automated or
>  manually) other than tck that we run to verify various functions in
>  geronimo for each major release.   Currently, we probably only run a
>  very small amount of testing other than tck, our automated testing
>  during the build and the few samples we have.
>  One thought is to add more test samples.   Seems to me people are
>  trying different things with geronimo server and most of the stuff
>  they tried are not covered by our samples.    Any ideas what other
>  samples may be good to work with geronimo?
>  The other thought is to grow test cases from our JIRA system or users.
>   Encourage folks to attach/contribute their test cases.
>  Also, what g functions do folks think we need more testing?
>  Thanks, Lin

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