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From "Mikhail Loenko" <mloe...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [testing] Contribution of the automated scenario for Jetty
Date Fri, 30 Mar 2007 11:11:11 GMT
Hi Aleksei

thanks for your contribution!

My question here is that is it a bulk contribution (and thus requires voting)
or this is something like for example a new not very large test developed by
an individual and thus can probably be integrated without voting?


2007/3/30, Ivaschenko, Aleksei V <aleksei.v.ivaschenko@intel.com>:
> Hello,
> I'd like to announce my contribution of automated scenario for Jetty web
> application server:
> https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/HARMONY-3530
> The Jetty scenario was created in order to test if Harmony JRE is able
> to run Jetty server and it works just fine. This scenario is far from
> covering the whole Jetty functionality, for now it just tests some basic
> things such as:
>  o Server successfully starts and stops using given JRE
>  o Server successfully deploys its test web applications
>  o Some of the test applications works properly, i.e. user addresses web
>   site links and receives valid responses (pages)
> The scenario contains 5 testcases which test the following:
>  o Initial(home) page of the site hosted by Jetty
>  o Page with static content of large size
>  o Servlet-based pages
>  o JSP-based page
>  o Page with static content archived with GZip
> The scenario is automated using improved Build Test framework
> (HARMONY-3501). The following modes are supported by means of new BT
> features:
>  o Run of the scenario on just built classlib and drlvm
>  o Run of the scenario in standalone mode (once)
>  o Run of the scenario in continuous mode using Cruise Control tool
> Recent runs of my scenario finds the bug in Harmony runtime. I didn't
> investigate it yet, but I'll do it soon and file according issue.
> Thanks,
> Aleksei.

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