Hi Hardy, not sure why but I received this email more than one hour
later after you've sent it.
Anyway, it's solved and it seems DB2 is working fine too:
Not sure what happened with oracle11gR1RAC, seems a git problem.
4 errors on Sybase, not bad since it's still failing on core too.
On 1 December 2011 18:28, Hardy Ferentschik <hardy(a)hibernate.org> wrote:
I am trying to figure out why the Search DB2 test in Jenkins is still failing -
When I run the test locally against Core 4.0.0-SNAPSHOT using the DB2 profile defined in
the Search pom the test passes and I can see that the change
in the DB2Dialect (which should fix the issue) gets picked up.
In QA the Search build also depends on a Core SNAPSHOT, but the test keeps failing. Am I
On Nov 29, 2011, at 7:04 PM, Hardy Ferentschik wrote:
> in the test fixing mood I am right now, I pushed several fixes. It starting to look
> There are two remaining issues one against DB2 (HSEARCH-992) and one against Sybase.
> The DB2 one is an interesting one. The test entity defines an UUID field with no
further mapping configuration. This gets translated on DB2 into the column 'uuid
char(255)' where char is nor a valid type. I am actually lost where exactly the
mapping from UUID to a certain column type occurs. Maybe someone can enlighten me.
> Not sure about the Sybase errors. It keeps dumping out:
> 12:05:02,448 (main) WARN SqlExceptionHelper:143 - SQL Error: 7738, SQLState: null
> 12:05:02,449 (main) ERROR SqlExceptionHelper:144 - Message empty.
> Has anyone seen this before?
> Last but not least, there is SQLServer. I think the tests should work. There are two
servers the test are running against - mssql2008R1 and mssql2008R2. Against the former the
build completes successfully. Against the latter the build gets killed after 3 hours.
Looking at the existing builds it seems it has always done that. It might be the database
doesn't feel that well :-) Maybe someone with access to this db could have a look and
maybe restart it.
> On Nov 29, 2011, at 11:07 AM, Strong Liu wrote:
>> On Nov 29, 2011, at 6:03 PM, Sanne Grinovero wrote:
>>> On 29 November 2011 04:15, Strong Liu <stliu(a)hibernate.org> wrote:
>>>> but I don't see where you change the Core version to snapshot in this
>>> It's just a property we pass to Maven to override the one defined in
>>> the root pom:
>> oh, okay, I didn't check there :)
>>> I uploaded a fresh snapshot version of Core, is that being done
>>> automatically by the Hibernate Core jobs or could we have them doing
>> yes, hibernate-core-master deploys snapshot everyday
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