Just cloned the development branch of ApromoreCore (id be6fc42) to a windows 10, and the build failed with the following message: “Task :Apromore-Core-Components:Apromore-Manager:test FAILED”.
The test report showed that testSanitizeBPMN failed and the details read like this:
org.opentest4j.AssertionFailedError: Innocuous files should be unchanged ==> expected: [A] but was: [B]
where [A] and [B] are long xml texts which are identical as verified using a text comparison tool.
The build was from a eclipse Terminal which probably is not a factor. However, if some one has an eclipse project definition to share I would appreciate it very much.
The dev branch of Apromore is usually unstable.
We clean up things in the releases. I suggest to check out one of the recent releases, e.g. apromore 8.5:
Or to play on the safe side, even one of the older versions like 8.1
BTW, if all you want to do is to deploy, we suggest to use the Docker image. We have a docker compose for easy deployment of Apromore 8.1 via docker here:
Thanks for the information. I tried every release from v7.21 to v8.5 and all had problems building, mostly with the same test failures. Eventually I settled on the development branch and the build succeeded with the following work around:
- for unit test with a hadoop issue, see WindowsProblems - HADOOP2 - Apache Software Foundation which is referenced in the unit test report. I took option 2 on what to install (option 1 was too much at the time) then option 1 on how to configure the environment.
- for white space issues in the strings compared during unit tests. I modified one failing unit test by adding
.replaceAll("\\s+","") to the strings compared and commented out other failing unit tests. I have not identified a configuration change to make this work around unnecessary.
These workarounds were on unit tests. Hopefully the core functions are not affected.
The minimum change seems to be
replaceAll("\r","") on the string to be compared with the expected, e.g., line 436 of test9_detect_name in ParquetImporterParquetImplUnitTest.java would read like the following:
here is the base64 encoding of the patch file ApromoreCore.zip of the modification (I cannot attach files at this moment):
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