Nijinn Software development — GeoNetwork v Developer Manual Not all features, extensions, and plug-ins described within these docs are supported by Boundless. Java 5 — but few people should be using that now as it is unsupported. Last updated on Oct 22, Post as a guest Name. To launch it, switch into a module first and use the findbugs: Once you fix all the bugs, submit a patch to Developed for review. GeoNetwork comes with an embedded container Jetty which is fast and well suited for most applications.
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The current version used is Junit 4. While it is possible to continue to write JUnit 3. Current version: 4. Current version: 1. It is typically used to create HttpServletRequest , HttpServletResponse, etc… objects for testing servlet based components. Current version: 0. This is an extremely useful tool when developing unit tests for a component A, that requires component B when component B may not be so easy to create from scratch. Current version: 2.
In the GeoServer code base one may find different types of tests. In GeoServer these are tests that somehow mock up the dependencies for the component under test either by creating it directly or via a mocking library.
Helper classes are provided to help inject your classes into the system configuration including GeoServerExtensionsHelper. However they come with a cost of performance. The GeoServer system test framework provides a fully functional GeoServer system. Creating this system is an expensive operation so a full system test should be used only as a last resort.
Developers are encouraged to consider a straight unit or mock tests before resorting to a full system test. In GeoServer system tests extend from the org. GeoServerSystemTestSupport class. The general lifecycle of a system test goes through the following states: System initialization Test execution System destruction Phases 1 and 2 are referred to as the setup phase.
It is during this phase that two main operations are performed. The first is the creation of the GeoServer data directory on disk. The second is the creation of the spring application context. This can however be configured by annotating the test class with a special annotation named TestSetup.
An alternative to a repeated setup is to have the test case revert any changes that it makes during its execution, so that every test method can execute in a consistent state. In general this is the recommended pattern for system tests that must are not read-only and must modify configuration or data to execute.
Annotating a test method with the RunTestSetup annotation will cause the test setup to be run before the test method is executed.
Once before the entire test class is run, and again before the test3 method is executed. However with a GeoServer system test one must be wary of the task having a dependency on the system state. It is meant to provide the test with a way to configure what configuration gets created in the GeoServer data directory for the test.
By default the test setup will create a standard set of vector layers. This method is where that should be changed, for instance to indicate that the test requires that raster layers be created as well. It is meant for standard post system initialization tasks. Like for instance changing some service configuration, adding new layers, etc… Depending on whether the test uses a single or repeated setup this method will be called once or many times.
For this reason this method can not be used to simply initialize fields of the test class. When the test2 method is executed it is actually a new instance of the test class, but the onTestSetup is not re-executed.
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