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comment Selenium and Parallelized JUnit - WebDriver instances
To make sure what you want to achieve: 1. Write one class with T number of test cases (lets call it T1, T2, ...). 2. Use JUnit parametrization (P browser types, lets call it P1, P2, ...) to make JUnit run PxT number of test cases. 3. For particular P type set of test cases (PxT1, PxT2, PxT3, etc) instantiate specific Px WebDriver only once and destroy it at the end. 4. Parallelize execution of test cases but only on browser type (in other words, guarantee that no test with the same Px will run concurrently). / Is that the case ?
Mar
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comment When do you use git rebase instead of git merge?
As others pointed out and I agree with, part of this example has serious flaw. By executing git checkout master and later git rebase cool-feature you are rebasing master onto cool-feature. In other words you are replaying some changes from tip of the master on top of cool-feature branch. And because master typically comes from origin repository what you are effectively doing is changing master history and this is bad idea.
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Feb
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answered Is there a way to find out how long it takes for websphere process a request
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Jul
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comment Maven: compile aspectj project containing Java 1.6 source
I tried it in my maven module and it worked. Although finally resigned from excluding such this because of other reason. My project uses national characters and aspectj-maven-plugin seems to mess up with encodings. So finally I refactored module that there is no references from java to aj. Javac compiles .java and after that AspectJ compiles missing .aj files. So far working like a charm.
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Jun
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answered Maven: compile aspectj project containing Java 1.6 source