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Re: [QF-Test] Question : How to Instrument the JRE on the fly?

  • Subject: Re: [QF-Test] Question : How to Instrument the JRE on the fly?
  • From: "Robert Lahmer, QFS support" <support@?.de>
  • Date: Thu, 05 Jul 2007 12:52:14 +0200

Hello Stephane,

the easiest way to instrument a JRE would be using QF-Test itself:

 qftest -batch -instrument <path_to_jre>

If you prefere to do it manually, go on like this:

- Copy the connector qfconnect.jar into the lib/ext directory of your JRE

- Provide a file accessibility.properties with the following contents


(set the appropriate value for <path_to_qftest_dir>) in the lib directory
of your JRE.

Best regards,

--On Donnerstag, Juli 05, 2007 09:38:43 +0200 Stéphane Savariau
<ssavariau@?.com> wrote:

Context :


With QFTEST 2.0, I'm currently designing a test-set that deploy one of
our product with InstallAnywhere.

The installation behavior of this application deployment is the following:

Just before the end of installation process, the setup launch a java
application (Database configuration) that uses the freshly installed JRE.

My problem:


I would like to instrumentate this freshly installed jre. But every way I
used failed.

1-      I have tried to instrumentate with QFTEST Console, but
unfortunately, the setup delete all files if already exist. So that the
instrumentation is lost. I have to manage instrumentation manually and
this is a blocking issue for full automation deployment.

2-      I tried to  copy the correct files at the correct place (as we
did previously with QFTest 1.06) but QFTEST indicates that the JRE is not
correctly instrumentate.

Accessibility.properties in <product name>\jre\lib

Qfconnect.jar in <product name>\jre\lib\ext

Update qfconnect.properties with correct properties

Something missing here?



Is it possible to instrumentate on the fly a specific JRE?

If yes, could you please indicates the step by step and/or needed files?

Thanks in advance.

Stephane S


Robert Lahmer
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