This module is part of the Apache Sling project.
This module builds a Sling webapp using bundles from the trunk, and runs integration tests (that were previously in the launchpad/webapp module) on them.
cd mvn clean install
cd contrib/launchpad/testing mvn clean install
This might required building a few other Sling bundles, from the contrib and samples code trees. We‘ll need to improve this, but right now there’s no common pom to build all what's required for these contrib integration tests.
This module provides a number of integration tests, that run automatically when doing a full build, and test Sling via its client HTTP interfaces.
These tests can also be run against another instance of Sling, for example to test it in another web container than the embedded Jetty that is used during the Maven build.
See pom.xml for the parameters that control these integration tests. Here's an example of running them against a Sling instance running on host xyzzy, port 1234, with the Sling webapp mounted under /foo:
mvn -o -s /dev/null test
The -s /dev/null parameter disables all your local Maven settings, to make sure they don‘t interfere. Feel free to remove that if you know what you’re doing.
To run a single test, other values can be used for the “-Dtest” parameter.
This is very useful during development: you can leave a Sling webapp instance running, update bundles in it using the mvn autoInstallBundle profile, and run specific integration tests quickly from another terminal.
This module also contains integration tests for the JCR Install module. These tests are disabled by default, since they may not be of general interest. To include the JCR Install tests in the integration tests run enable the jcrinstall-tests profile such as in
mvn -P jcrinstall-tests integration-test
*** WARNING: the jcrinstall-tests do not work in revision 741168, due to changes in the start levels. They can be run according to the scenario below, if you change the default bundles start level to 30, after starting the Sling instance with mvn jetty:run, from http://localhost:8080/system/console/vmstat. ***
To run the jcrinstall integration tests quickly, without having to start the webapp first:
(1.5 see WARNING above - adjust the default bundles start level)
mvn test -Pjcrinstall-tests -Dtest=/integrationtest/jcrinstall//*Test.java