This makes it easy to run Doqua tests automatically as JUnit test suites.
Creating an i-net Doqua Test Suite for an existing Eclipse Java project is simple.
jtidy.jarto your Java Build Path Libraries
JUnitand click on
New launch configuration
Run a single testsection
and change the paramter %PROJECT% to your project name
Runto start the test.
Here at i-net software, we use Hudson to continously build and test our software throughout each development phase, making it easy to react quickly to any problems which may arise. Together with i-net Doqua, we use Hudson to continously test our documentation and to plan review cycles.
Jenkins is an automated building and testing system. It monitors the execution of repeated jobs, showing their success and error states.
You can easily integrate i-net Doqua with Hudson by creating a new Hudson job calling a special build script. See an example build script.
In addition to the prequisites above you will need to:
JUnit is one of the most widely used unit testing framework for Java projects. Unit-testing is a vital part of the concept of test-driven development (TDD). For more information see junit.org and wikipedia.
See an example build script. You can run this script on your favorite JUnit test environment with ANT support.