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Mary Wallace
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Has anybody used testmaker for testing a j2ee app?
 
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It's probably unfair of me to answer this question. It may also be better to ask the TestMaker user community the same question as lots of people use TestMaker to test J2EE applications. The user community discusses things on users@lists.pushtotest.com.

Hope this helps.

-Frank
[ October 07, 2004: Message edited by: Frank Cohen ]
 
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Hi Frank,

I think I wrote the question incorrectly. I downloaded the zip file from your website. Is there any documentation how to use that in a web application?

Thanks for your time
 
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Hi Mary: There is a lot of documentation on TestMaker. Take a look in the download for testmaker_home/docs for a tutorial. Also, take a look at http://docs.pushtotest.com for on-line documentation and links to the articles that have been published about using TestMaker.

Additionally the TestMaker user community is reached at http://lists.pushtotest.com/mailman/listinfo/users

Hope this helps.

-Frank
 
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Hi Frank,
I installed the testmaker and after that how to OPEN THE GRAPHIC ENVIRONMENT?

Sorry I am new to this ie why asking the dumb questions.

Thanks,

~Mary
 
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Originally posted by Mary Wallace:
Hi Frank,
I installed the testmaker and after that how to OPEN THE GRAPHIC ENVIRONMENT?

Sorry I am new to this ie why asking the dumb questions.

Thanks,

~Mary


--From docs\tutorial.html

To run TestMaker:

Windows users run the testmaker_home/TestMaker.bat file. This file executes a simple shell script that configures the local classpath and launches the TestMaker application.


Linux users run the testmaker_home/TestMaker.sh file. This file executes a simple shell script that configures the local classpath and launches the TestMaker application.

--For common installation problems:
docs/faq.html#InstallationProblems
 
Mary Wallace
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I did that. But nothing happened.
 
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Originally posted by Mary Wallace:
I did that. But nothing happened.


What do you mean by nothing happened? Are you trying to run it on a Windows machine or ?

Did it give you an error message like this?

Cannot start TestMaker
JAVA_HOME environment variable not set
see http://www.pushtotest.com/FAQ/faq.html#InstallationProblems
 
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Originally posted by Mary Wallace:
I did that. But nothing happened.


In my computer, it's work fine.

i'm run TestMaker.bat .
 
Mary Wallace
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Cannot start TestMaker
JAVA_HOME environment variable not set
see http://www.pushtotest.com/FAQ/faq.html#InstallationProblems

I had set the home environment variable so that is not problem.
My machne is windows xp. Should I start the machine.

let me check that way.
 
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Well restarted my machine. When i click the TestMaker.bat the dos window opens and closes. That is all.
 
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Originally posted by Mary Wallace:
Well restarted my machine. When i click the TestMaker.bat the dos window opens and closes. That is all.


Open a command prompt and try runing the bat from there. At least you will be able to find out the problem.

./pope
 
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Same thing. Opens the the dos window and that second itself closes.

 
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Can you paste the bat here?

./pope
 
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You might see something if you open a dos/command window and run TestMaker.bat from there. Then the window wouldn't close on you before you can see if there is an error.

While you're at the command window type command to sure it's using 1.4:

%JAVA_HOME%\bin\java.exe -version
[ October 08, 2004: Message edited by: Carol Enderlin ]
 
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Hi Ali,
I dont know this is what you asking for. If not tell me one more time
and thanks for your time

 
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Originally posted by Carol Enderlin:
You might see something if you open a dos/command window and run TestMaker.bat from there. Then the window wouldn't close on you before you can see if there is an error.

While you're at the command window type "java -version" to sure it's using 1.4.


LOL ... I was suggesting the same thing, but I guess my message didn't make itself understood :-).

./pope
 
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This is what I see when I run TestMaker.bat on the command line successfully:



[had to edit it as one more line showed up after a bit, proxy server started.]
[ October 08, 2004: Message edited by: Carol Enderlin ]
 
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I am thinking at 2 possible problems:
1. wrong JAVA_HOME variable
Try the following: open a command prompt and type:
%JAVA_HOME%\bin\java.exe -version
If you see information about java it is oke. If not pls correct the JAVA_HOME to point to the install dir of J2SE and not to the dir containing the java.exe

2. Edit the bat and modify the following piece:


into


Open a command prompt in the directory with the bat and launch the bat from the command prompt.

./pope
 
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The script seems oke. Please try what Carol is suggesting:
%JAVA_HOME%\bin\java.exe -version.

./pope
 
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Thanks for everybodys help. I did a stupid thing. My version is j2sdk1.4.2_01 adn instead that i set the variable as j2sdk1.4.1_01

Thnaks once again
 
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Happy to hear this! (almost 21 posts for this :-) ).

./pope
 
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