6 Replies Latest reply on Nov 12, 2012 11:54 AM by Keith Babo

    Sanity check 0.6.0.Final release

    Keith Babo Master

      Bits are posted and we need a bit of tire kicking.  Please download the distribution and test things out.

       

      http://www.jboss.org/switchyard/downloads.html?dir=v0.6.Final

       

      Some things I would like to see tested:

       

      - Different platforms : Linux, OS X, Windows

      - All-in-one distribution : unzip it, deploy a quickstart, test it

      - Installer : download JBoss AS 7.1.1 and then install SY into it using our installer

      - Forge : make sure this still works

       

      I will post into the thread with what I've tested.  Please do the same if you have a chance to check it out.

        • 1. Re: Sanity check 0.6.0.Final release
          Brian Fitzpatrick Expert

          Tested on Windows 7, Java 6 (1.6.0_31)

          - all in one worked great - was able to unzip, deploy bean-service, test, and undeploy without a hitch

          - installed JBoss AS 7.1.1, used the installer - my only hitch was that I told it to install forge, but I didn't have forge installed locally so it didn't have anything to install into - other than that - worked great to install consoles, deployed bean-service, tested, undeployed fine

          - no forge locally so didn't test that

          • 3. Re: Sanity check 0.6.0.Final release
            Rob Cernich Master

            I should also state that the tool binaries are the same as those at the development URL (i.e. the latest 0.6.0 nightly is the same as 0.6.0 stable).

            • 4. Re: Sanity check 0.6.0.Final release
              Keith Babo Master

              Here's what I tested (all on OS X):

               

              • all-in-one distro
                • unzip and start : fine
                • bring up managent console : fine
                • deploy and test bean-service : fine
                • deploy and test camel-service : fine
                • deploy and test clustered app on two nodes : fine
              • JBoss AS 7.1.1 + SY installer
                • install and start : fine
                • deploy and test bean-service : fine
                • deploy and test camel-service : fine
                • deploy and test clustered app on two nodes : fine
              • Forge install
                • install SY into fresh Forge 1.0.5 : fine
                • create project with SY facet and add Camel service : fine
              • 5. Re: Sanity check 0.6.0.Final release
                Gary Brown Master

                Hi Keith

                 

                Looks like there is an issue with the bpel-service/jms_binding quickstart. When I follow the instructions in the Readme.md, on step 7 (executing the java client) it gets:

                 

                [ERROR] Failed to execute goal org.codehaus.mojo:exec-maven-plugin:1.2:java (default-cli) on project switchyard-quickstart-bpel-service-jms-binding: An exception occured while executing the Java class. null: InvocationTargetException: User: guest doesn't have permission='SEND' on address jms.queue.HelloRequestQueue ->

                 

                 

                After failing the first time I cleared out the environment and retried just this example, and got the same issue.

                 

                Not sure if things have changed since you built this example, but when running the add-user.sh, it asks for the roles. I current just press return, as the guest role is added as a separate step (4). Just wondering whether step (4) is required now, if supported in the add-user command?

                 

                I've tried the loan_approval and simple_correlation examples and they worked fine.

                 

                Regards

                Gary

                • 6. Re: Sanity check 0.6.0.Final release
                  Keith Babo Master

                  Thanks, Gary.  I tried this myself just now and it worked without step 4 (I just added the 'guest' role as part of the add-user prompts).  Here's a JIRA to track cleaning up the instructions in 0.7:

                  https://issues.jboss.org/browse/SWITCHYARD-1160