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From Romain Thouvenin <rthouve...@sfwan.com>
Subject Re: Running Cactus tests in Eclipse
Date Mon, 29 Aug 2005 07:38:20 GMT
The cactus.properties file must be in the classpath. So you may change 
the file location and/or the build path in Eclipse so that it works.

Hope it helps,

David Turley a écrit :

> At one point I was able to run my Cactus tests in Eclipse by starting 
> up tomcat and running the tests as JUnit tests.  Since then I changed 
> my directory structure a bit to make things more sensible and 
> convenient for the Ant integration, and now when I try to run an 
> individual test in Eclipse, it complains about the cactus.contextURL.  
> I have a cactus.properties file in my project's base directory, but 
> something (the error and the fact that it doesn't work...;-) tells me 
> that's not the right place...  Where should I put it?  What should I 
> do with it?  Is there another way to quickly run a test?  It takes too 
> long to build and cactify a war to make it convenient.  Also, is 
> anyone working on the Eclipse integration?  I saw someone ask about 
> downloading it a month ago or so, but there was never any response to 
> his email.
> Thanks,
> David Turley
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