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Questions about remote running of JUnit Plugin Tests? [message #85643] Thu, 19 October 2006 15:59 Go to next message
kiril mitov is currently offline kiril mitovFriend
Messages: 128
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi all,
Thanks for helping me sovle this issues.

This is the situation.
I have two machines - one called dady that is x86, and one called brato
that is x86_64.

I am starting the Remote Agent Controller on dady and then starting my
eclipse workbench on brato. I have writen some test and I want to execute
them using the Remote Agent controller running on dady. This tests are
JUnit Plugin Test.
Now I create a Workbench Location file that specifies the location of the
workbench (and the corresponding deployment).

My first question is what do I specify on the second page of the wizard
for the Workbench Location? Do I set it to "On the local workbench" or on
"On another workbench"? If I set it "On another workbench" than the Host
name is "dady" - is this right. But what is the "Eclipse directory" value.
(Is it the eclipse directory located on brato or the one located on dady).
It was really impossible for me to find this in the documentation nor in
the newsgroup.

Now when I create the workbench location file the editor is opened. There
is a field where I can specify the "Program Arguments" (Command line
settings)
This settings in my case are: -os linux -arch x86_64 -ws gtk -nl bg_BG.
Since the tests are run on brato that is x86_64 I find it normal to see
the "-arch x86_64" in the "Program Arguments" but is this rigth (the agent
controller is on dady(x86) )?

And something that was really confusing for me and my colleagues - if I
have a test that makes a call to "localhost" and the agent controller is
on dady, but I run the test from brato - is "localhost" equal to dady or
brato.

Just a link to the documentation where this problems are solved will be
enought.

Thanks for helping me.

Kiril mitov
Re: Questions about remote running of JUnit Plugin Tests? [message #96765 is a reply to message #85643] Mon, 23 April 2007 11:47 Go to previous message
Paul Slauenwhite is currently offline Paul SlauenwhiteFriend
Messages: 970
Registered: July 2009
Senior Member
Hi Kiril,
The documentation for the workbench location is:

http://help.eclipse.org/help32/topic/org.eclipse.hyades.test .doc.user/concepts/cworkbenchLocationEditor.htm

There is also a section in the documentation on deployment ground:

http://help.eclipse.org/help32/topic/org.eclipse.hyades.test .doc.user/ref/rdeploymentGroundRules.htm

Let me know if these references do not answer your questions.

Paul
"kiril mitov" <kiril_mitov@abv.bg> wrote in message
news:77a7179d412d521d04a211ee16d88144$1@www.eclipse.org...
> Hi all,
> Thanks for helping me sovle this issues.
>
> This is the situation.
> I have two machines - one called dady that is x86, and one called brato
> that is x86_64.
>
> I am starting the Remote Agent Controller on dady and then starting my
> eclipse workbench on brato. I have writen some test and I want to execute
> them using the Remote Agent controller running on dady. This tests are
> JUnit Plugin Test.
> Now I create a Workbench Location file that specifies the location of the
> workbench (and the corresponding deployment).
> My first question is what do I specify on the second page of the wizard
> for the Workbench Location? Do I set it to "On the local workbench" or on
> "On another workbench"? If I set it "On another workbench" than the Host
> name is "dady" - is this right. But what is the "Eclipse directory" value.
> (Is it the eclipse directory located on brato or the one located on dady).
> It was really impossible for me to find this in the documentation nor in
> the newsgroup.
>
> Now when I create the workbench location file the editor is opened. There
> is a field where I can specify the "Program Arguments" (Command line
> settings)
> This settings in my case are: -os linux -arch x86_64 -ws gtk -nl bg_BG.
> Since the tests are run on brato that is x86_64 I find it normal to see
> the "-arch x86_64" in the "Program Arguments" but is this rigth (the agent
> controller is on dady(x86) )?
>
> And something that was really confusing for me and my colleagues - if I
> have a test that makes a call to "localhost" and the agent controller is
> on dady, but I run the test from brato - is "localhost" equal to dady or
> brato.
>
> Just a link to the documentation where this problems are solved will be
> enought.
>
> Thanks for helping me.
>
> Kiril mitov
>
>
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