On my i7 – quad core – machine, WAS Liberty starts in less than 1 sec. Installing the runtime is as easy as unzipping a file on your drive, here are the steps Launching default (wlp-184.108.40.20620428-1251/websphere-kernel_1.0.0) on Java Hot Spot(TM) 64-Bit Server VM, version 1.7.0_07-b10 (en_US) [AUDIT ] CWWKE0001I: The server default has been launched.[AUDIT ] CWWKZ0058I: Monitoring dropins for applications.With the latest version (2.5) of the maven-eclipse-plugin, when you run "mvn eclipse:eclipse" on a project, if it knows where your workspace is, it will see what projects are already defined and wire them in to the new project instead of pointing at the jars in your ~/.m2/repository dir. 1 - Installation 2 - Creating a Test NG class 3 - Launch configurations 3.1 - From a class file 3.2 - From groups 3.3 - From an XML file 3.4 - From a method 3.5 - Specifying listeners and other settings 4 - Viewing the results 5 - Search 6 - The Summary tab 7 - Converting JUnit tests 8 - Quick fixes 9 - Preferences and Properties 9.1 - Workbench Preferences 9.2 - Project Properties 10 - M2E Integration Follow the instructions to install the plug-in.When using bundle pooling, multiple applications share a common plugins directory where their software is stored.There is no duplication of content, and no duplicated downloads when upgrading software.” One of the cool things of Oomph is that it natively and automatically supports bundle pools, it makes it really easy to manage them and makes installation faster and with less space requirements (what’s already been downloaded and installed won’t have to be downloaded and installed again for further Eclipse installations).This list only contains classes that contain Test NG annotations: If you only want to launch one or several groups, you can type them in the text field or pick them from a list by clicking on the , the plug-in will automatically identify all the applicable Test NG XML files in your project: You can type the regex on the filter text field to narrow down to suite definition files matching your search from a long list of files.
There are a bunch of jars on ibiblio that do NOT have source jars with them. However, to build kits/jars and stuff, you still need to use the command line "mvn" stuff.
If you select that menu item, you can manage your bundle pools; the installer already detected existing bundle pools (I’ve been using them myself, manually, for some time now, and it detected that): For this blog post I will create another bundle pool, just for testing.
To create a new bundle pool, you first need to create a new p2 agent; the agent is responsible to manage the bundle pool, and to keep track of all the bundles that a specific Eclipse installation requires (this is also known as a p2 profile).
Each method you select on this page will be included in the new Test NG class with a default implementation that throws an exception, so you remember to implement it.
The next page lets you specify where that file will be created, whether it should contain default implementation for some configuration methods, if you'd like a data provider and finally, if a button and pick it directly from a list.