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From "Nicholas Dierauf" <nicholas.dier...@autodesk.com>
Subject RE: URGENT: Selecting test cases to execute
Date Mon, 25 Jun 2007 16:57:48 GMT
I don't think that ServletTestRunner is set up to work this way. You
might think about changing your approach, at least temporarily, until
you can figure out a better way. Instead of selecting checkboxes and
hitting submit, perhaps each test case can simply be hyperlinked to run
the test using ServletTestRunner.
Good luck,

-----Original Message-----
From: Vaidya, Supriya A (US - Chicago)
Sent: Monday, June 25, 2007 9:31 AM
To: Cactus Users List
Subject: URGENT: Selecting test cases to execute

I have around 25 test cases for my application to execute. During minor
releases, the team wants the ability to select the test cases to run via
a web-interface. I have therefore created an HTML page with all the test
names, and they simply check the test cases they want to execute. 
The HTML submits to the ServletTestRunner, which in turn invokes the
ReceiveAndSendTestSuite (which extends ServletTestRunner). Now.... how
does this suite get access to the request parameters in order to be able
to create and invoke the appropriate tests? 
public static Test suite() obviously does not have access to the request
parameters. How else should I be able to instantiate my test cases?!?!?
All help will be much appreciated.. 

Supriya A Vaidya 
Technology Integration 
Deloitte Consulting LLP 
Tel: +1 312 486 4835 
Fax: +1 312 247 4835
Mobile: + 1 414 736 8157 
www.deloitte.com <http://www.deloitte.com/> 

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