|Jubula, CI and Version Control [message #882713]
||Thu, 07 June 2012 03:01
| Andrew H
Registered: June 2012
Based on what I've read in the forums and through blogs, integrating Jubula into a Jenkins based CI system should not be too difficult. In terms of version control and updating of exported testing project xml files, here are a couple of suggestions:|
1. From my understanding, to update a test project in Jubula from a CI environment, you need to delete the project and then import the project xml file using the dbtool. Perhaps there could be command-line parameters such as "--overwrite" which explicitly does this as one step. Additionally, this, "--overwrite" option need only be performed if the project xml file modification is later than the last update to the project.
2. A graphical diff tool for different project xml file versions would be useful. If multiple testers/developers are working on the same test project and there are merge problems with the commited project xml file/s this could be a useful toll compared to using a plain text diff tool.
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