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Tag Archives: Testing
In this post, let’s look at how we can run SCA test suites from Maven. To get started, we are going to need a test. Let’s set up our process to add two numbers. Go ahead and open the XML … Continue reading
A few months ago, while working on a BPM migration, I had the need to look at the status of human tasks, and to manipulate them – essentially to just have a single user take random actions on them at … Continue reading
When you start up a SOA managed server, there is a time interval when the managed server is up, but the SOA platform is not yet up. This is the time while SOA is loading all of the composites, and … Continue reading
After reading the quick introduction to Robot Framework, you might have been asking yourself “so, what else can I do with this Robot thing?” – well there are, of course, a lot of things you can do with it. Today, … Continue reading
As we start to assemble the tools we need to implement Continuous Delivery, one area we need to look at is selecting a testing framework. Now, we are going to want to use a range of different testing tools, depending … Continue reading
Let’s start by talking about what I mean by that. I don’t think that ‘SDLC’ is the right term to describe the space that I want to talk about, but it is a term that people are familiar with, so … Continue reading
Today I learned about a really neat utility that was developed by my colleague, Olivier Lediouris, which allows you to test Business Rules in a standalone/offline fashion – without the need to deploy them to a SOA/BPM server and build … Continue reading
This is a topic I have been interested in for a while. I have seen it done by some of my colleagues, especially in AIA environments, and I have been waiting to get an opportunity to work on it and … Continue reading