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From Markku Saarela <markku.saar...@pp6.inet.fi>
Subject Re: using build profiles for WAR plugin [maven-eclipse-plugin]
Date Fri, 02 Mar 2012 15:19:35 GMT
Hi,

You don't understand how Eclipse IDE works. Eclipse does not have 
different classpaths for testing and actual runtime. So Eclipse basic 
design is faulty. There is bug open since 2008 to provide means to tell 
Eclipse that which are test sources and not include them to runtime 
classpath. https://bugs.eclipse.org/bugs/show_bug.cgi?id=224708

So everything under src/test goes also into GlassFish server if you 
deploy application in Eclipse. That causes that those unit test 
properties and configuration and classes are picked first and they are 
effective and application does not work.

Even worst if you have multi-module project and B module is dependent 
from A and A project defines SPI interface and has in src/test/java test 
implementation for that and of course in 
src/test/resources/META-INF/services SPI file for exposing that test SPI 
implementation then if B implements also that SPI interface and put SPI 
file in src/main/resources/META-INF/services, you cannot test you 
implementation via ServiceLoader because it pick's that module A test 
implementation. Same goes for properties and everything else.

Of course NetBeans and IntelliJ has correct way to do things but they 
are not an option.

Markku


On 2.3.2012 15:15, Ron Wheeler wrote:
> On 02/03/2012 1:32 AM, Markku Saarela wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> Developing with Eclipse IDE and JavaEE server using 
>> maven-eclipse-plugin you have to use profiles, because Eclipse does 
>> not isolate test code and test resources.
> Eclipse does
> /src/main/....   code
> /src/test   ... test code and resources
>
> You need to set your maven properly but it works fine unless I don't 
> understand your issue.
>
>>
>> Only way to do it what i have figured out is to have two profiles one 
>> for running application in app server and another for unit testing 
>> same code.  Those profiles has only resources and testResources 
>> definitions.
>>
>> Separating test code for separate code is not an option, because then 
>> Sonar reports 0 % coverage.
>>
>> rgds,
>>
>> Markku
>>
>> On 1.3.2012 22:55, Ron Wheeler wrote:
>>> On 01/03/2012 2:43 PM, offbyone wrote:
>>>> Ok so I should create a base pom with a war configuration and then 
>>>> a separate
>>>> pom for each site that depends on this with overlays to add the extra
>>>> configuration file.
>>>> I will try.
>>>>
>>>> If I am interpreting your comments correctly, profiles allow for a 
>>>> user to
>>>> flaten a maven build deployment, but this is a bad practice and it 
>>>> is better
>>>> to make your maven structure deep.
>>>>
>>>> So are profiles going to be deprecated?   I would think I am not 
>>>> alone in
>>>> getting turned down the wrong path because most of the 
>>>> documentation/howtos
>>>> I have found point to using profiles.
>>> There are some uses for profiles that seem harmless so it is a 
>>> documentation issue.
>>>
>>> It is fairly common in Apache documentation for the programmers to 
>>> make a big deal about all the wonderful things that the package can do.
>>> They are not particularly concerned about "Best Practices".
>>>
>>> The most common usage is often left out of the documentation since 
>>> it is "dull" or not very impressive.
>>> This sometimes means that obscure usage of features or seldom used 
>>> features are heavily documented while the main use case is  not 
>>> described.
>>>
>>> New Maven users often fall into the trap that you were headed into.
>>>
>>> A really simple "Best Practice" that most people use, is hard to 
>>> find in the documentation while an obscure "Worst Practice" is 
>>> described because it shows how clever the software developers are 
>>> and how powerful the product is.
>>>
>>> There should be a "Best Practice" section on the Maven site 
>>> describing the best way to implement the common software development 
>>> patterns.
>>>
>>> There are not really a lot of cases to consider but every new Maven 
>>> user has to sort out their own case.
>>>
>>> Ron
>>>
>>>
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