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From "Andre Lopes" <alo...@areadeservico.com>
Subject Re: Application to test and Cactus Application in diferent context paths problem
Date Tue, 09 Sep 2008 11:14:22 GMT
Hi Petar,

What do you mean by saying "cactify"? For what i've seen it is something
to put tests running on ant, am i correct?

That would be a solution, but i'd really like to have the tests running in
a web container, and the results being displayed in a browser!

Thanks,
Andre

> Hi Andre,
>
>
>
> 2008/9/9, Andre Lopes <alopes@areadeservico.com>:
>>
>> Hi all,
>>
>>
>> I'm new on cactus, it's the first time I'm working with it, and i am
>> build
>> a in-container unit testing application to test EJB's, a struts
>> application and some other things. With the EJB's, and the other things
>> everything worked smoothly. For the struts applicationÂ… well it is not
>> going to well.
>>
>> So for the struts application (aka STAPP) I have a WAR file that
>> contains
>> all the relative elements that is deployed in a JBoss 4.0.5 AS. For the
>> application that does all the tests (aka TestAPP), I have another WAR
>> file
>> that is also deployed in the same AS, and I'm using StrutsTestCase to
>> make
>> the testing units.
>>
>>
>> Here is the error were I am stuck right now:
>>
>> Failed to get the test results at
>> [http://localhost:8080/STAPP/ServletRedirector]
>>
>>
>> -----------SOME SETTINGS-----------
>> STAPP context path = /STAPP
>> TestAPP contex path = /TestAPP
>>
>>
>> cactus.properties:
>> cactus.contextURL = http://localhost:8080/STAPP/
>> cactus.servletRedirector = ServletRedirector
>> ------------------------------------------
>>
>>
>> So my problem is in the definition of the cactus.servletRedirector
>> property.
>>
>> Questions:
>>
>> How can I tell cactus that the application to test is in one context
>> path
>> and that the ServletRedirector is in another?
>
>
>
> I think that this is not possible, currently. But why do you need that,
> anyways?
> Why don't you just cactify the war file with the STAPP application and
> then
> test it?
>
> Is it possible to have this type of configuration, or should I forget
>> about using StrutsTestCase, and start thinking on using HttpUnit to test
>> the Web application?
>
>
> Maybe you can ask that on the StrutsTestCase mailing list, also...
>
>
> Thank you all for reading, and for replying, I hope :P
>>
>> Cheers,
>> Andre
>>
>>
>>
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> Cheers, Petar.
>
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