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From fschumac...@apache.org
Subject svn commit: r1683915 - /jmeter/trunk/xdocs/usermanual/component_reference.xml
Date Sat, 06 Jun 2015 14:37:53 GMT
Author: fschumacher
Date: Sat Jun  6 14:37:52 2015
New Revision: 1683915

URL: http://svn.apache.org/r1683915
Log:
Markup changes. Usage of code-tags, source and definition lists.

Modified:
    jmeter/trunk/xdocs/usermanual/component_reference.xml

Modified: jmeter/trunk/xdocs/usermanual/component_reference.xml
URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/jmeter/trunk/xdocs/usermanual/component_reference.xml?rev=1683915&r1=1683914&r2=1683915&view=diff
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--- jmeter/trunk/xdocs/usermanual/component_reference.xml (original)
+++ jmeter/trunk/xdocs/usermanual/component_reference.xml Sat Jun  6 14:37:52 2015
@@ -1729,58 +1729,58 @@ completed, so the net effect was similar
 <component name="JUnit Request" index="&sect-num;.1.16"  width="397" height="536"
screenshot="junit_sampler.png">
 <description>
 The current implementation supports standard Junit convention and extensions. It also
-includes extensions like oneTimeSetUp and oneTimeTearDown. The sampler works like the
-JavaSampler with some differences.
+includes extensions like <code>oneTimeSetUp</code> and <code>oneTimeTearDown</code>.
The sampler works like the
+<complink name="Java Request" /> with some differences.
 <ul>
-<li>rather than use Jmeter's test interface, it scans the jar files for classes extending
junit's TestCase class. That includes any class or subclass.</li>
-<li>Junit test jar files should be placed in jmeter/lib/junit instead of /lib directory.
-In versions of JMeter after 2.3.1, you can also use the "user.classpath" property to specify
where to look for TestCase classes.</li>
-<li>Junit sampler does not use name/value pairs for configuration like the JavaSampler.
The sampler assumes setUp and tearDown will configure the test correctly.</li>
-<li>The sampler measures the elapsed time only for the test method and does not include
setUp and tearDown.</li>
+<li>rather than use Jmeter's test interface, it scans the jar files for classes extending
junit's <code>TestCase</code> class. That includes any class or subclass.</li>
+<li>Junit test jar files should be placed in <code>jmeter/lib/junit</code>
instead of <code>/lib</code> directory.
+In versions of JMeter after 2.3.1, you can also use the "<code>user.classpath</code>"
property to specify where to look for <code>TestCase</code> classes.</li>
+<li>Junit sampler does not use name/value pairs for configuration like the <complink
name="Java Request" />. The sampler assumes <code>setUp</code> and <code>tearDown</code>
will configure the test correctly.</li>
+<li>The sampler measures the elapsed time only for the test method and does not include
<code>setUp</code> and <code>tearDown</code>.</li>
 <li>Each time the test method is called, Jmeter will pass the result to the listeners.</li>
-<li>Support for oneTimeSetUp and oneTimeTearDown is done as a method. Since Jmeter
is multi-threaded, we cannot call oneTimeSetUp/oneTimeTearDown the same way Maven does it.</li>
+<li>Support for <code>oneTimeSetUp</code> and <code>oneTimeTearDown</code>
is done as a method. Since Jmeter is multi-threaded, we cannot call <code>oneTimeSetUp</code>/<code>oneTimeTearDown</code>
the same way Maven does it.</li>
 <li>The sampler reports unexpected exceptions as errors.
 There are some important differences between standard JUnit test runners and JMeter's
 implementation. Rather than make a new instance of the class for each test, JMeter
 creates 1 instance per sampler and reuses it.
-This can be changed with checkbox "Create a new instance per sample".</li>
+This can be changed with checkbox "<code>Create a new instance per sample</code>".</li>
 </ul>
 The current implementation of the sampler will try to create an instance using the string
constructor first. If the test class does not declare a string constructor, the sampler will
look for an empty constructor. Example below:
 <example title="Junit Constructors" anchor="junit_constructor_example">
 Empty Constructor:
-<pre>
+<source>
 public class myTestCase {
   public myTestCase() {}
 }
-</pre>
+</source>
 String Constructor:
-<pre>
+<source>
 public class myTestCase {
   public myTestCase(String text) {
     super(text);
   }
 }
-</pre>
+</source>
 </example>
 By default, Jmeter will provide some default values for the success/failure code and message.
Users should define a set of unique success and failure codes and use them uniformly across
all tests.
 <note>
 <h3>General Guidelines</h3>
-If you use setUp and tearDown, make sure the methods are declared public. If you do not,
the test may not run properly.
+If you use <code>setUp</code> and <code>tearDown</code>, make sure
the methods are declared public. If you do not, the test may not run properly.
 <br></br>
 Here are some general guidelines for writing Junit tests so they work well with Jmeter. Since
Jmeter runs multi-threaded, it is important to keep certain things in mind.
 <ul>
-<li>Write the setUp and tearDown methods so they are thread safe. This generally means
avoid using static members.</li>
+<li>Write the <code>setUp</code> and <code>tearDown</code>
methods so they are thread safe. This generally means avoid using static members.</li>
 <li>Make the test methods discrete units of work and not long sequences of actions.
By keeping the test method to a discrete operation, it makes it easier to combine test methods
to create new test plans.</li>
 <li>Avoid making test methods depend on each other. Since Jmeter allows arbitrary sequencing
of test methods, the runtime behavior is different than the default Junit behavior.</li>
 <li>If a test method is configurable, be careful about where the properties are stored.
Reading the properties from the Jar file is recommended.</li>
-<li>Each sampler creates an instance of the test class, so write your test so the setup
happens in oneTimeSetUp and oneTimeTearDown.</li>
+<li>Each sampler creates an instance of the test class, so write your test so the setup
happens in <code>oneTimeSetUp</code> and <code>oneTimeTearDown</code>.</li>
 </ul>
 </note>
 </description>
 <properties>
   <property name="Name" required="">Descriptive name for this element that is shown
in the tree.</property>
-  <property name="Search for JUnit4 annotations" required="Yes">Select this to search
for JUnit 4 tests (@Test annotations)</property>
-  <property name="Package filter" required="">Comma separated list of packages to show.
Example, org.apache.jmeter,junit.framework.</property>
+  <property name="Search for JUnit4 annotations" required="Yes">Select this to search
for JUnit4 tests (<code>@Test</code> annotations)</property>
+  <property name="Package filter" required="">Comma separated list of packages to show.
Example, <code>org.apache.jmeter</code>,<code>junit.framework</code>.</property>
   <property name="Class name" required="Yes">Fully qualified name of the JUnit test
class.</property>
   <property name="Constructor string" required="">String pass to the string constructor.
If a string is set, the sampler will use the
    string constructor instead of the empty constructor.</property>
@@ -1791,27 +1791,27 @@ Here are some general guidelines for wri
   <property name="Failure code" required="">An unique code indicating the test failed.</property>
   <property name="Error message" required="">A description for errors.</property>
   <property name="Error code" required="">Some code for errors. Does not need to be
unique.</property>
-  <property name="Do not call setUp and tearDown" required="Yes">Set the sampler not
to call setUp and tearDown.
-   By default, setUp and tearDown should be called. Not calling those methods could affect
the test and make it inaccurate.
-    This option should only be used with calling oneTimeSetUp and oneTimeTearDown. If the
selected method is oneTimeSetUp or oneTimeTearDown,
+  <property name="Do not call setUp and tearDown" required="Yes">Set the sampler not
to call <code>setUp</code> and <code>tearDown</code>.
+   By default, <code>setUp</code> and <code>tearDown</code> should
be called. Not calling those methods could affect the test and make it inaccurate.
+    This option should only be used with calling <code>oneTimeSetUp</code> and
<code>oneTimeTearDown</code>. If the selected method is <code>oneTimeSetUp</code>
or <code>oneTimeTearDown</code>,
      this option should be checked.</property>
   <property name="Append assertion errors" required="Yes">Whether or not to append
assertion errors to the response message.</property>
-  <property name="Append runtime exceptions" required="Yes">Whether or not to append
runtime exceptions to the response message. Only applies if "Append assertion errors" is not
selected.</property>
-  <property name="Create a new Instance per sample" required="Yes">Whether or not to
create a new JUnit instance for each sample. Defaults to false, meaning JUnit TestCase is
created one and reused.</property>
+  <property name="Append runtime exceptions" required="Yes">Whether or not to append
runtime exceptions to the response message. Only applies if "<code>Append assertion
errors</code>" is not selected.</property>
+  <property name="Create a new Instance per sample" required="Yes">Whether or not to
create a new JUnit instance for each sample. Defaults to false, meaning JUnit <code>TestCase</code>
is created one and reused.</property>
 </properties>
 <p>
 The following JUnit4 annotations are recognised:
 </p>
-<ul>
-<li>@Test - used to find test methods and classes. The "expected" and "timeout" attributes
are supported.</li>
-<li>@Before - treated the same as setUp() in JUnit3</li>
-<li>@After - treated the same as tearDown() in JUnit3</li>
-<li>@BeforeClass, @AfterClass - treated as test methods so they can be run independently
as required</li>
-</ul>
-<p>
+<dl>
+<dt><code>@Test</code></dt><dd>used to find test methods and
classes. The "<code>expected</code>" and "<code>timeout</code>" attributes
are supported.</dd>
+<dt><code>@Before</code></dt><dd>treated the same as <code>setUp()</code>
in JUnit3</dd>
+<dt><code>@After</code></dt><dd>treated the same as <code>tearDown()</code>
in JUnit3</dd>
+<dt><code>@BeforeClass</code>, <code>@AfterClass</code></dt><dd>treated
as test methods so they can be run independently as required</dd>
+</dl>
+<note>
 Note that JMeter currently runs the test methods directly, rather than leaving it to JUnit.
-This is to allow the setUp/tearDown methods to be excluded from the sample time. 
-</p>
+This is to allow the <code>setUp</code>/<code>tearDown</code> methods
to be excluded from the sample time.
+</note>
 </component>
 
 <component name="Mail Reader Sampler"  index="&sect-num;.1.17"  width="547" height="409"
screenshot="mailreader_sampler.png">



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