I guess I was not enough clear.
For your information, I am able to automate IA install by
launching the setup and force it using an already instrumented VM. The option
is LAX_VM <path_to_vm>
The problem is
At the end of installation The setup launch a java application
(just freshly installed by the setup) which includes its own JVM.
The JVM (just installed) is not yet instrumented and I’m
searching a way to instrument it without doing it manually through Extra menu.
How can I instrumentate this new installed JVM by copying the
right files and updating the right properties files.
From: Laurent Dolle [mailto:ldolle@?.com]
Sent: jeudi 5 juillet 2007 10:43
To: Stéphane Savariau
Cc: qftest-list@?.de; qftest-list-bounces@?.de
Subject: Re: [QF-Test] Question : How to Instrument the JRE on the fly?
InstallAnywhere uses a special *.vm file (located in
...\resource\installer_vms\) to wrap the JRE.
discovered empirically that such files can be opened with Winzip (other zip
tools will probably work also). So my advice would be to create your own *.vm
file by using an already manually instrumented JRE.
Hope this is
enough for you to understand.
Thales Security Solutions & Services, on behalf of:
Amadeus - Global Core - Java Middleware
+33 (0)4 97 15 34 24
Stéphane Savariau <ssavariau@?.com>
Question : How to Instrument the JRE on the fly?
2.0, I’m currently designing a test-set that deploy one of our product with
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.
I would like to
instrumentate this freshly installed jre. But every way I used failed.
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.
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
in <product name>\jre\lib
in <product name>\jre\lib\ext
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.
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