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Re: [qftestJUI] Warning Component had feature mismatch


  • Subject: Re: [qftestJUI] Warning Component had feature mismatch
  • From: Gregor Schmid <Gregor.Schmid@?.de>
  • Date: Mon, 02 May 2005 08:52:03 -0000

Hello Yogish,

as you didn't provide test-suites and run-logs, here's a more generic
answer:

If setName isn't used, feature and structure information, together
with geometry info is used for a fuzzy search. When the component that
matches best differs in feature or structure information you get the
respective warning. If setName is not going to be used this often is
an indication that it's time to update those components before
recognition degenerates further.

It is also a very important hint in case your test behaves weirdly
because the wrong component may have been recognized, s.th. that is
very hard to detect otherwise.

Since you get the message when running tests on the same version of
the SUT but on different machines, the problem may be more serious,
especially in case of a feature mismatch. Does the test still run as
expected (it looks like it)? Which kind of features are different? In
which way does your SUT vary between Linux and Solaris, e.g.
Look&Feel, etc?

I'd strongly advise you convince development to use setName at least
for the most important components. That way you'll be able to
concentrate on test automation instead of hunting after problems with
component recognition that shouldn't concern you.

Best regards,
    Greg

Yogish Kasargod <yogish@?.com> writes:

> We have been observing "Component had feature mismatch" message between linux and Solaris run in QFS tests.
>
> Could you please take a look and please let me know, how to resolve the issue?.
>
>
> Thanks and best regards
> Yogish
>
> ===================================
> Yogish,
>
> I dont know how to resolve this. Would you like to try sending mail to
> qftestJUI-list@?.de ? I think you need to first subscribe to the
> mailing list before you could send mails to it. Gregor Schmid is
> usually very prompt in replying. He could pin-point the issue right
> away. If it's an issue with the Java application (Eden), go ahead and
> file a PCR.
>
>  On Thu, 21 Apr 2005 12:48:36 -0700
> Yogish Kasargod <yogish@?.com> wrote:
>
>
> > Hi Kat,
> > There are sveral warnings in linux run of QFS tests, where it gives :
> > Component had feature mismatch
> > Component had structure mismatch
> > Same test Solaris did not have this warning.
> > Best regards
> > Yogish
> >   qftestJUI test results
> >     /.automount/cds12392/root/usr3/yogish/5141USR2/tools.sun4v/dfII/
> > test/dfIIpvUS/ams/qfTest/qaTests/ams_usimopts1/run.qft
> > Host:  amspvlnx1.Cadence.COM
> > OS:  i386-Linux-2.4.21-15.0.2.ELsmp
> > Executed by:  yogish
> > Execution date:  2005-04-20 23:03:49
> > Java version:  1.4.2_06-b03
> > qftestJUI version:  1.08.1 (1303)
> > Result:  Warning
> > Time 2005-04-20 23:03:49, Duration 14874 ms, 12 warnings
> > Test:
> > Time 23:03:49.750, Duration 14855 ms, 12 warnings
> > ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> > Warnings
> >     * Component had feature mismatch
> > Test: usimNode
> > Time 23:04:14.937, Duration 14672 ms, 11 warnings
> > Procedure: designPrep
> > Time 23:04:14.938, Duration 4447 ms, 3 warnings
> > ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> > Warnings
> >     * Component had feature mismatch
> >     * Component had feature mismatch
> >     * Component had feature mismatch
> > Procedure: setusimNode
> > Time 23:04:19.387, Duration 6932 ms, 5 warnings
> > ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> > Warnings
> >     * Component had structure mismatch
> >     * Component had structure mismatch
> >     * Component had structure mismatch
> >     * Component had structure mismatch
> >     * Component had structure mismatch
> > Procedure: runSim
> > Time 23:04:26.322, Duration 2317 ms
> > Procedure: exitHED
> > Time 23:05:18.774, Duration 875 ms, 3 warnings
> > ------------------------------------------------------------------------
> > Warnings
> >     * Component had feature mismatch
> >     * Component had feature mismatch
> >     * Component had feature mismatch
> >
>
>
> --
> Yogish Kasargod
> 555, River Oaks Parkway
> San Jose, CA 95134
> Ph: 408-428-5744

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Gregor Schmid                                Gregor.Schmid@?.de
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