[forge-dev] Facet origin missing for UISelectOne labels

Ivan St. Ivanov ivan.st.ivanov at gmail.com
Tue Feb 16 01:13:30 EST 2016


So after instead of:


I did:

facetFactory.install(getSelectedProject(uiExecutionContext), chosenFacet);

Everything worked like a charm!

Thanks, George, for the quick reaction! :)

On a side note, what is wrong with the addon configuration, so that if I
need to test any change I do in the impl module, I have to mvn clean
*install* and only then run the test from tests module?

On Tue, Feb 16, 2016 at 12:37 AM, George Gastaldi <ggastald at redhat.com>

> Hi Ivan,
> The faceted object assigned in the facet instance will only be set when
> you install a facet (using the FacetFactory).
> The facet values in the UISelectOne can only be used after they are
> installed in a given project.
> Therefore, as a rule of thumb, don't expect the faceted object to be set
> on the Facet objects returned from UISelectOne.getValueChoices unless they
> are explicitly installed in the faceted project (eg FacetFactory.install()
> is called).
> Best Regards,
> George Gastaldi
> Em 15/02/2016 20:02, "Ivan St. Ivanov" <ivan.st.ivanov at gmail.com>
> escreveu:
>> Hey everybody,
>> I am trying to add a test for the TestingSetupCommand, part of the
>> testing addon, that I want to develop. What is particular about this
>> command and the addon:
>> - They use the simple furnace container instead of cdi
>> - The command has UISelectOne input which values are supposed to be
>> implementations of the TestingFacet interface (JUnitTestingFacet and
>> TestNGTestingFacet)
>> The testing facet base class that is extended by both facet
>> implementations has a method that returns the dependency facet of the
>> currently selected project:
>> private DependencyFacet getDependencyFacet()
>> {
>>    return getFaceted().getFacet(DependencyFacet.class);
>> }
>> And this method works fine when it is called when the test sets up the
>> test project. However, when I "select" a testing framework form the
>> UISelectOne, the value that I get back (in my case TestNGTestingFacet) does
>> not have a valid origin field (it's null). Is it possible that upon setup
>> the UISelectOne's items are not initialized properly?
>> You can check the code in my repository:
>> https://github.com/ivannov/core/tree/FORGE-2545
>> Just put a breakpoint in AbstractTestingFacet::getDependencyFacet and run
>> TestSetupCommandTest::testSetupTestNG. Check the content of the
>> getFaceted() return value.
>> Thanks,
>> Ivan
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