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==Easy Remote Test Specification ==
==Easy Remote Test Specification ==
'''Author:''' [mailto:Dmitry.Nikitin@sun.com Dmitry Nikitin] <br>
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====Test suite: Easy Remote====
====Test suite: Easy Remote====
Purpose: <br>
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Comment: See [[CndRemoteDevelopment70Proposal | CndRemoteDevelopment70Proposal]]<br>
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Setup: Remote host with compiler collection and ssh-access. <br>
Setup: Remote host with compiler collection and ssh-access. <br>
  Remote development requires bash to be installed at the remote host (see [[FaqCplusPlusRemoteInitializeFail | FaqCplusPlusRemoteInitializeFail]]).<br>
  Remote development requires bash to be installed at the remote host (see [[FaqCplusPlusRemoteInitializeFail | FaqCplusPlusRemoteInitializeFail]]).<br>
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##Step2 (Setup Host): set login and password to access selected host and click Connect <br> '''NB:''' If you get "Reply from SOCKS server has bad version" see  [[FaqCplusPlusRemoteSocketException | FaqCplusPlusRemoteSocketException]]<br>
##Step2 (Setup Host): set login and password to access selected host and click Connect <br> '''NB:''' If you get "Reply from SOCKS server has bad version" see  [[FaqCplusPlusRemoteSocketException | FaqCplusPlusRemoteSocketException]]<br>
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##Right-click on project node and select Remote Development to check that 'gerta' is set as a build host. Otherwise select 'gerta'.
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##Right-click on project node and select Remote Development > 'gerta' to set remote host gerta as target
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##Build the project and verify that the project was built for remote platform
##Build the project and verify that the project was built for remote platform
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Revision as of 12:57, 5 July 2013

Easy Remote Test Specification

Author: Dmitry Nikitin
Version: 0.1
Lastupdate:
Introduction: Test specification for remote development feature in CND Pack 6.7. See CndRemoteDevelopment70Proposal

Contents


Test suite: Easy Remote

Purpose:
Comment:
Setup: Remote host with compiler collection and ssh-access.

Remote development requires bash to be installed at the remote host (see  FaqCplusPlusRemoteInitializeFail).
  1. Build a Project at a Remote Host
    1. New Project > Sample > C/C++ > Welcome.
      NB: Directory where project is created have to be accessible from both hosts.
    2. Right-click on project node and select Remote Development > Manage Hosts... from popup menu
      Development Host Manager dialog box appears
    3. Click Add button
      New Remote Development Host wizard appears
    4. Step1 (Select Host): type remote host name (e.g. gerta) and click Next button
    5. Step2 (Setup Host): set login and password to access selected host and click Connect
      NB: If you get "Reply from SOCKS server has bad version" see FaqCplusPlusRemoteSocketException
 File:Http://wiki.netbeans.org/attach/TS 67 CNDeasyremote/Screenshot-New Remote Development Host.png 
    1. Step3 (Summury): Select toolchain and click Finish button
    2. Right-click on project node and select Remote Development to check that 'gerta' is set as a build host. Otherwise select 'gerta'.
    3. Build the project and verify that the project was built for remote platform
    • EXPECTED RESULT: the project should be built for remote platform


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