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From tianlm <>
Subject Re:Re: problem when testing tomcat
Date Wed, 21 Sep 2011 10:53:39 GMT
Thanks for your answers and suggestions.

I still got failures and errors when testing Tomcat 7.0.20. I upload the log files in the
mail attachments. Would you please check the files and gei some further suggestions?


At 2011-09-18 20:43:37,"Rainer Jung" <> wrote:
>On 18.09.2011 14:29, tlm6291 wrote:
>> Hello:
>>     I am new in learning Tomcat.
>>     In turn, I download tomcat source code , build it with Apache-Ant , and test
it with JUnit. I use the following commands to build and test Tomcat
>>          ant test
>>     It seams the test fails as I got the following result:
>>          BUILD FAILED
>>           E:\work\apache-tomcat-7.0.20-src\build.xml:1063: The following error occurred
while executing this line:
>>           E:\work\apache-tomcat-7.0.20-src\build.xml:1125: Some tests completed with
an Error. See E:\work\apache-tomcat-7.0.20-src/output/build/logs for details.
>>           Total time: 21 minutes 24 seconds
>I suggest to start with the recent version (7.0.21) or with current HEAD
>from subversion.
>>     Then I found the following tests failed
>Have a look at the files* and
>* in the directory
>>     The following is my test environment:
>>           System:   Windows XP sp3
>>           JDK:      1.6.0-u21
>>           Apache-Ant:    1.8.2
>>           Tomcat:   7.0.20
>>      My questions are:
>>           1. Should all the test had to pass?
>Yes, the released versions should pass all tests. Current headrevisions
>in subversionmight have a few tests failing, which are in the process of
>getting fixed, e.g. right now there is an occasionalfailure of the comet
>test, but AFAIK no other test fails.
>>           2. What's the use of the java classes in the path of "apache-tomcat-7.0.20-src\test"
>They are the unit test classes and helper classes for them.
>>           3. Also I had tested Tomcat under JDK-1.7.0,  is Tomcat7.0.20 compatible
with JDK1.7 ?
>To out current knowledge yes. Be warned though, that Java 1.7.0 (no
>patch level) has bugs which can lead to wrong behaviour of Java
>programs. See for instance
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