current version of Hibernate OGM is built via Maven, and runs several functional tests but not a full integration test with AS 7.1.
I'm looking forward to setup continuous integration with Arquillian, by deploying a standard JEE6 application packaged in a WAR - something like the Kitchensink demo - to showcase only the persistence.xml file needs to be changed to make use of a Grid deployment.
I've got a prototype working with Shrinkwrap, but it requires some manual steps to define the JBoss Module and a lot of Maven complexity to have the clean AS 7.1.1.Final downloaded, unpacked, and the custom module deployed in it before the testing phase.
Does anyone have an example of such a setup? I would love it if Arquillian could deploy a custom module in the container before the tests are run, and maybe ShrinkWrap could define the jars to be contained in the module itself.
Just curious - Why do you want to publish it as a JBoss Module instead of just packaging those jars within the web application?
Right now, from what I know, there's no easy way for automated tests to create those static JBoss Modules.