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From "Patrick Linskey" <>
Subject Re: TeamCity installation for OpenJPA
Date Fri, 31 Aug 2007 19:25:55 GMT
Oh, and due to some mvn / surefire issues that I haven't really
investigated, the number of test cases run (and the number of failed
tests) is very highly inflated.


On 8/31/07, Patrick Linskey <> wrote:
> Hi,
> I've set up a TeamCity installation for OpenJPA to run our test suites
> in a variety of configurations.
> I have it set up to automatically run a number of configurations on
> svn checkin. Currently, the Derby tests and the enhancement-based TCK
> + upload should both pass successfully; the Postgres and HSQL tests
> both have problems, as do the non-enhancement-based TCK runs.
> It is also running a Derby TCK + upload configuration against the
> 1.0.x branch, and of course, that is currently passing as well.
> It's running TeamCity version 2.1.1, which seems to properly deal with
> remote checkins from IntelliJ. This means that it's possible to kick
> off a battery of tests against the remote machine, and if they pass,
> your local IntelliJ IDE will receive a notification of success and
> automatically check in the changes. I'm not sure what happens if you
> make further changes to the same files during the elapsed time of the
> test run; my assumption would be that it should be smart enough to
> just check in the changes that were made remotely. Allegedly, a
> similar capability exists for Eclipse as well.
> TeamCity does not yet do server-side checkins after a successful test
> run, so if you disconnect your computer, the changes won't make it in
> until the next time you fire up your IDE. I think that they are
> working on server-side checkins for a future release.
> Let me know if you're interested in an account on the server.
> -Patrick
> --
> Patrick Linskey
> 202 669 5907

Patrick Linskey
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