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Automated Check for CertManager Test History

 
J J Wright
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If you're tired of constantly logging into the CertManager Database to check if your results have been posted you might like to have a look an HTML scraper I've put together. The source is freely available via SourceForge - all you need is a subversion client.

I only coded it this morning so it's a bit rough and ready, but it does the job. For details check out the associated blog post. If you've any feedback please leave a comment there.

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I see no files under download page. See screen shot attached
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According to the blog, you can get the source code from svn - I just tried that and found all the files that way.

Note: he is only providing source code at this time, so you need to be able to compile it yourself.
 
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If you're tired of constantly logging into the CertManager Database to check if your results have been posted you might like to have a look an HTML scraper I've put together.




Something similar can be done by writing a selenium based JUNit case and check for a HTML element. I was too scared to check my results initially

Can your tool also change the result from FAIL -> PASS ?
 
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Note: he is only providing source code at this time, so you need to be able to compile it yourself.


The intention was always for people write their own listeners. As an example you could send yourself an email when you're results get posted. That way you can just leave it running and put the whole "waiting for results" thing to the back of your mind.

To make that process a little easier I plan on adding a binary release with a configuration option that allows you to specify the class name of any custom listener(s). Then you can simply add your own code to the classpath, without the need to checkout and compile the scraper source.

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Jonathan
 
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