TS 60 Clusters

Clustering Test Specification for NetBeans 5.0

Author: Petr Zajac
Last update: 09/20/2005
Introduction:

       This is a test specification of clusters structure of netbeans.
       

Contents


Test suite: Clusters

Purpose:

            

Setup:

            


  1. Execution of Platform
    1. Execute nbexec without any parameters
       /platform6/launcher/nbexec --userdir any_userdir 
      .
    • EXPECTED RESULT: The platform was started. The splashscreen contains Platform title.
                   There are only modules from platfrom6 cluster. 
                   The Ide installation roots in About dialog contains only the platform4 dir
 
  1. Execution of plain Ide
    1. Execute nb_exec with ide6 cluster
 /platform6/launcher/nbexec --clusters ../../ide6 --userdir any_userdir 
    • EXPECTED RESULT: The Ide was started. The splashscreen contains Platform title.
                   The Ide installation roots in About dialog contains  the platform6 and ide6 directories.
 
  1. Execution of nb5.0 on windows
    1. Execute nb_exec with ide6 cluster.
 /platform6/launcher/nbexec --clusters ./ide6:./nb5.0 --userdir any_userdir 
    • EXPECTED RESULT: The NetBeans 5.0 was started. The splashscreen contains Platform title.
                   The Ide installation roots in About dialog contains the platform6, ide6 and nb5.0 directories.
          
 
  1. Execution of nb5.0 on linux
    1. Execute nb_exec with ide6 cluster.
 /platform6/launcher/nbexec --clusters ide6:nb5.0 --userdir any_userdir 
    • EXPECTED RESULT: The NetBeans 5.0 was started. The splashscreen contains Platform title.
                   The Ide installation roots in About dialog contains the platform6, ide6 and nb5.0 directories.
          
 
  1. Change of default userdir
    1. Change the netbeans_default_userdir property of etc/netbeans.conf
                 file in netbeans installation property. 
    1. Start ide.
    • EXPECTED RESULT: The default userdir has been changed.
  1. Change of the netbeans_j2sdkhome property
    1. Change the netbeans_j2sdkhome property to the other jdk location.
    2. Start Ide.
    • EXPECTED RESULT: The ide has been started with other jdk.



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