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From David Turley <syn...@synath.com>
Subject Re: Running Cactus tests in Eclipse
Date Mon, 29 Aug 2005 18:08:45 GMT
Hi Lawrence,

Thanks for the info.  I'll keep my eye on WTP and watch for Cactus 


Lawrence Mandel wrote:

>Hi David,
>Wanted to let you know the Eclipse Web Tools Platform (WTP) project [1] 
>has started working on Eclipse integration for Cactus. I've recently had 
>some mailing list discussions (on cactus-dev) with the Cactus team (well, 
>really with Vincent) about how Cactus and WTP can collaborate on this. The 
>short story is there isn't currently much in the way of Cactus tooling in 
>WTP but WTP should be able to pick up the slack on Cactus integration in 
>Eclipse in the coming WTP releases.
>[1] http://www.eclipse.org/webtools
>Lawrence Mandel
>Software Developer
>IBM Rational Software
>Phone: 905 - 413 - 3814   Fax: 905 - 413 - 4920
>David Turley <synath@synath.com> 
>08/26/2005 04:51 PM
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>Running Cactus tests in Eclipse
>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.
>David Turley
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