This is Daily QA report for 7 July 2008.
1. Testing of JBoss Tools 3.0.0 alpha.
Smoke tests - in progress.
Seam tests - in progress.
2. Testcases creation and updation.
When I run ESB quickstarts , I find that , for each example, there are
two Queue configuration files: jbmq-queue-service.xml and
jbm-queue-service.xml, in most cases, one of them should be provided
for ESB deployment package by the esb project wizard, so which one will
be provided ? if I understand correctly, it depends on the JBoss server
the user is using, if the user a jboss server which use JBoss Messaging,
then we should provide jbm-queue-service.xml, otherwise, should provide
Mark Little wrote:
> Hi Denny. First of all, yes we need to support JBossMQ. But the real
> answer is: this tool can't be JMS specific, because the ESB supports a
> whole lot of non-JMS transports. Maybe I misunderstood you, but I got
> the impression from what you wrote that only JBoss Messaging and
> JBossMQ would be supported in the tool.
> On 4 Jul 2008, at 11:53, Denny Xu wrote:
>> *3. Target ESB Server( maybe Target Messaging product?)*
>> Since there are two types of queue configuration files:
>> jbm-queue-service.xml and jbmq-queue-service.xml for different
>> messaging product. So the project should contain target esb server
>> Here is a topic in ESB forum:
>> Q: do we need to support the older product JBoss MQ or just need to
>> support Jboss server which use JBoss Messaging ?
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