[Webtest] [webtest][JIRA] Closed: (WT-232) Configure steps before execution rather that when added to <webtest>

Marc Guillemot (JIRA) Marc Guillemot (JIRA)" <noreply@canoo.com
Thu, 12 Apr 2007 10:17:45 +0200 (CEST)


     [ http://webtest-community.canoo.com/jira/browse/WT-232?page=all ]
     
Marc Guillemot closed WT-232:
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    Fix Version: 2.5
     Resolution: Fixed

Can be considered as fixed.

> Configure steps before execution rather that when added to <webtest>
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>
>          Key: WT-232
>          URL: http://webtest-community.canoo.com/jira/browse/WT-232
>      Project: WebTest
>         Type: Task

>     Versions: 2.1
>     Reporter: Marc Guillemot
>     Assignee: Marc Guillemot
>      Fix For: 2.5

>
> WebTest configures its nested steps at the time Ant added them to <webtest>. This is not the normal/best way to process (at least since an t 1.6) and has many consequences (properties evaluated to early, all steps held in memory, ...).
> The normal way to process would be to avoid forcing instantiation of the tasks. When Ant parses a <something someAttr=".."/> it first creates an 
> UnknownElement holding the information found in the xml file. When this UnknownElement gets executed, it looks for the "something" task to 
> instantiate, configures it, execute it and releases it. This is what WebTest should do/allow.
> This has many consequences like:
> - ${} properties are evaluated just in time before task execution
> - memory consumption should be really smaller, particularly for long 
> <webtest> as tasks are made available for garbage collection as soon as 
> they have been executed. Only the execution result is conserved.
> - #{} properties get evaluated in nested non webtest tasks too
> and offers new possibilities

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