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Re: [qftestJUI] qftestJUI with unit tests

  • Subject: Re: [qftestJUI] qftestJUI with unit tests
  • From: Gregor Schmid <Gregor.Schmid@?.de>
  • Date: Mon, 27 Jun 2005 20:12:03 -0000

Hello Dave,

the setup for qftestJUI is complex. Besides determining the correct
classpath, the qftestJUI launch script (or executable on Windows)
evaluates and changes a few environment variables, things that were
not (easily) possible in older JDK versions. It might be possible to
get it to run embedded in a VM but it's easier by far to make a system
call and run it in batch mode.

If you run

qftestJUI -dbg > qf.log

(you need to redirect the output to a file on Windows) you'll get a
lot of informative output and may be able to set things up yourself.
We're not going to support it though.

Best regards,

Dave Borgeest <david.borgeest@?.biz> writes:

> We've got a reasonably complex application, one component of which is
> a Swing desktop application. What would be the best method to make
> some qftestJUI tests part of our overall test run?
> Our application publishes data to a webpage, so we'd ultimately like
> to run an individual qftestJUI test, then run an HttpUnit test to
> check the results on the website. Are we forced to make system calls
> to start the tests in batch mode? Or is there a Java library we can
> use?
> ie.
>     int result = (new QftestJui('name of test')).runTest('test name');
> Didn't see anything like this in either the manual or these mailing
> lists. Just thought I'd check - :)
> thnx - dave
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