1 Reply Latest reply on Jun 2, 2014 10:23 AM by Rafael Pestano

    How to run Arquillian in jenkins

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      How to run Arquillian in jenkins

        • 1. Re: How to run Arquillian in jenkins
          Rafael Pestano Novice

          Hi,

           

          its basically the same as running locally althought you may concern with 1, where is the container and 2 where functional tests will run:

           

           

          for 1 i usually use a managed container which is downloaded to target folder via maven during build, here is a wildfly example:

           

           

          <profile>

                      <id>wildfly-managed</id>

                      <properties>

                          <arquillian.serverHome>${project.build.directory}/wildfly-8.1.0.Final</arquillian.serverHome>

                      </properties>

                      <dependencies>

                          <dependency>

                              <groupId>org.wildfly</groupId>

                              <artifactId>wildfly-arquillian-container-managed</artifactId>

                              <version>8.1.0.Final</version>

                              <scope>test</scope>

                          </dependency>

                      </dependencies>

                      <build>

                          <plugins>

                              <plugin>

                                  <groupId>org.apache.maven.plugins</groupId>

                                  <artifactId>maven-dependency-plugin</artifactId>

                                  <executions>

                                      <execution>

                                          <id>unpack</id>

                                          <phase>process-test-classes</phase>

                                          <goals>

                                              <goal>unpack</goal>

                                          </goals>

                                          <configuration>

                                              <artifactItems>

                                                  <artifactItem>

                                                      <groupId>org.wildfly</groupId>

                                                      <artifactId>wildfly-dist</artifactId>

                                                      <version>8.1.0.Final</version>

                                                      <type>zip</type>

                                                      <overWrite>false</overWrite>

                                                      <outputDirectory>${project.build.directory}</outputDirectory>

                                                  </artifactItem>

                                              </artifactItems>

                                          </configuration>

                                      </execution>

                                  </executions>

                              </plugin>

                              <plugin>

                                  <groupId>org.apache.maven.plugins</groupId>

                                  <artifactId>maven-surefire-plugin</artifactId>

                                  <version>2.16</version>

                                  <configuration>

                                      <systemPropertyVariables>

                                          <arquillian.launch>wildfly-managed</arquillian.launch>

                                      </systemPropertyVariables>

                                      <environmentVariables>

                                          <JBOSS_HOME>${arquillian.serverHome}</JBOSS_HOME>

                                      </environmentVariables>

                                  </configuration>

                              </plugin>

                          </plugins>

                      </build>

                  </profile>

           

          basically the tests you run on top of a fresh wildfly located at target folder.

           

          Another option is to have the server instalation in the same machine where jenkins runs and point JBOSS_HOME to it.

           

          for 2 if your CI doesnt have graphic support you may use a remote selenium grid and point arquillian tests to it via arquillian.xml:

           

           

          <extension qualifier="webdriver">

                  <property name="browser">${arquillian.browser}</property>

          <!--         <property name="dimensions">1280x1024</property>  -->

                   <property name="remote">true</property>

                  <property name="remoteAddress">ip-to-selenium-grid:1044/wd/hub</property>

              </extension>

           

          or if you don't want to manage selenium grid can try a headless browser like phantomjs:

           

           

          <extension qualifier="webdriver">

                  <property name="browser">phantomjs</property>

              </extension>

           

           

          i hope it helps