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Re: [wtp-dev] I-Build Review


Passing of junit tests is one of the two major criteria for declaring the I-Build.

However, Until M4 API freeze, ,if component owners declare that test failues are due to API related changes and should not be show stoppers, we will temporarily ignore them.  However any other failure will still be a valid fail.

At 09:37 PM 3/25/2005, Vijay Bhadriraju wrote:

As far as our understanding goes for M4 passing of junits is not a criteria to declare I builds. It would be nice to have all Junits passing but we have so many changes going on for Flexible Project structure that we are not even close to getting these JUnits all working. Hence we should not hold off on declaring IBuilds during M4 for failing JUnits
Please feel free to correct me if our understanding is wrong.
Regarding the J2EE and Servlet tests you comment is correct, they are failing due to Flexible Project changes
Regards, Vijay
Vijay Bhadriraju                                        
Rational Tools, J2EE Tooling             
Ph: (919) 486-1898, T/L: 526-1898   
Internet: vbhadrir@xxxxxxxxxx          
Friday, March 25, 2005 2:12 PM
To: wtp-dev@xxxxxxxxxxx
From: Naci Dai <naci.dai@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
Subject: [wtp-dev] I-Build Review

The I

Compile errors:  None
Test errors:

To our knowledge:
  • Tomcat tests fail due to a port conflict.  This test case should have been fixed but keeps coming back. 
  • JSP tests fail due to a display problem.  This maybe partially a build-server issue and currently under investigation
  • J2EE tests and Servlet tests fail due to changes in Module core API

For us to declare the I-Build can the corresponding owners of the following modules please comment on the existing these problems to help the decision process.

Naci Dai,
Managing Director

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