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I am wondering if I could use some java api to run unit tests based on my talend xml/xmi source files, which are (sub)versioned.
This, running on a Continous Integration System, would certainly be of great interest.
This would mean that I should first be able to kindof 'compile' sources directly based on the svn checkouts, so that the generated code can be run - say in a JUnit test.
To achieve this I wonder if the TOS underlying RCP API is available somehow ? I assume there may some methods that implement the 'export job scripts' functionnality ?
Any light on this appreciated
it's available in the payed version
http://www.talendforge.org/wiki/doku.ph … ommandline
is there any documentation existing about TUJ? May it be usable by the community?
I, and may be some other in the community, have a lot of jobs created in the context of forum threads. I I think it would be a good idea to move them from dead jobs to good (better: Additional) test cases.
Or is there any other idea to achieve this? I thought about a simple solution like the following:
* Only jobs with file in- and output
* use one specific folder for output files.
* define one additional folder as "ok reference"
* Clean output folder, execute the job
* Compare output folder with "ok reference"
The problem is that it is not possible (for me) to dynamically execute a subjob which ends up that I need to create one test wrapper for each job and additional I have to start it manually.
About page on the "Tests" section of talendForge. There you will find links to documentation on how to design a TUJ or will my tuj work on the automation platform?.
If your TUJs are only using core components, you can send them to Talend (I don't know which way yet: as an extension in Talend Exchange? directly in Subversion? by email? attached to a bugtracker issue?) and they will run in the automated test plateform.