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Eclipse Application Testing Guide
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Running a JUnit test remotely

If you want to run a TPTP JUnit Test remotely, you must create and configure a test deployment. At a basic level, test deployments are entities which relate other TPTP entities, artifacts and locations in pairs.

Test artifacts provide associations for test assets like test suites (TPTP JUnit Tests for example) and datapools; test locations identify the computer where the test suite is to be run; and a test deployment definition typically consists of a pairing comprising a test artifact and a location. Through the TPTP launch configuration mechanism, TPTP interprets the pairing and deploys the test artifacts(s) on the host computer specified.

Running a TPTP JUnit test successfully, however, involves more than just associating the appropriate test suites and/or data pools with an artifact, and specifying the remote host to be run on. There are a number of factors to be taken into account, including:

  • Artifact and Location properties.
  • Being aware of which files will actually be deployed.
  • Excluded Libraries.
  • Agent Controller Considerations.
  • OS Considerations

Related tasks
Creating a test deployment
Running a test

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