|Re: [Wtp-wst-dev] Running WS-I tests from the commanline|
Eric Nygma wrote:
> Hi David,
> I had spent 4 days tracing the flow control in the eclipse wst plugin
> code, and had commented out ( /** code */ ) most of the IDE
> dependencies - only to later run into NullPointers. Your patch
> actually patched all of the comments that I put in :D.
> By pulling some jars from the eclipse ide into the classpath , I was
> able to run the code outside of the IDE, as of a few minutes back.
> Some more testing to do though. But your patch got me past the bulk of
> the problems. I must thank you.
Can you add to that bug, the required dependencies that are needed to
run it outside of eclipse with the patch that I supplied?
This would help me and others later, if the patch is integrated into the
> Thanks again,
> On 7/26/07, *David Carver* <kingargyle@xxxxxxxxx
> <mailto: kingargyle@xxxxxxxxx>> wrote:
> Eric Nygma wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I am new to the mailing list.
> > I need to run a WS-I compliance check on WSDLs. I looked at the WST
> > CVS repository at :
> <http://dev.eclipse.org/viewcvs/index.cgi/wst/components/wsi/plugins/org.eclipse.wst.wsi/?root=WebTools_Project >>for
> > thw WS-I compliance check source code.
> > Upon checking out the code, I chanced to see the unit tests at :
> > Can you please let me know how to run these tests from the
> > , and the dependencies that need to be taken care of ?
> > I was hoping to place my WSDLs in the testResources directory
> and use
> > the unit tests to check for WS-I compliance.
> While, not exactly what you want the patches included in this bug
> report, may get you close:
> They allow the WS-I tools to be used through an Ant Task. I never did
> track down the actual dependencies to see what is required to run it
> outside of eclipse at the command line.
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