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From Peter Firmstone <j...@zeus.net.au>
Subject Re: [jira] Created: (RIVER-306) Create proxy server implementation for jtreg test of net/jini/jeri/http/echo/EchoImpl.java
Date Fri, 08 May 2009 12:24:18 GMT
Thanks JC,

It'll be great to get these issues sorted, that'll really help first 
time developers get some confidence out of the box so to speak.

Knowing there are some very experienced people watching this list I'm 
hoping they'll throw in a little guidance ;)

Maybe I need a more attention grabbing subject line?  Any suggestions?

Cheers,

Pete.

Jonathan Costers wrote:
> Same issue is true for a lot of QA tests too ...
> - some tests assume certain hostnames to be on the network
> - some tests assume a Kerberos infrastructure to be in place on the network
> ...
>
> To your question, we could maybe use an existing piece of code to run a
> proxy server inside a test? I haven't looked into that tho.
>
> Best
> JC
>
> 2009/5/8 Peter Firmstone (JIRA) <jira@apache.org>
>
>   
>> Create proxy server implementation for jtreg test of
>> net/jini/jeri/http/echo/EchoImpl.java
>>
>> ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>>
>>                 Key: RIVER-306
>>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/RIVER-306
>>             Project: River
>>          Issue Type: Sub-task
>>          Components: Web site and infrastructure
>>         Environment: jtreg tests
>>            Reporter: Peter Firmstone
>>
>>
>> From Peter Jones comment:
>>
>> FAILED: net/jini/jeri/http/echo/EchoImpl.java
>>
>> This test failed for me because it couldn't resolve the host name
>> "jiniproxy", where-- for one variation of the test-- it is expecting to
>> find an HTTP proxy, in order to test HTTP proxy support for the
>> net.jini.jeri.http transport implementation.  Clearly, this was an
>> assumption about the internal Sun environment which doesn't even hold
>> here/there anymore.
>>
>> How can we handle this?
>>
>> Can we simulate the proxy server, if so how?
>>
>> Do we write our own lightweight java proxy server,  and implement it
>> locally, upload the class files to a reserved area on apache and download
>> them back through the local proxy server?  Or is there a way to host the
>> proxy server and web server locally somehow without port conflicts, how do
>> we simulate the conditions that occur?
>>
>> Your thoughts please.
>>
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