try the command once again and confirm that this happens, ensure only selenium is interacting with the browser
Request timeout to localhost/127.0.0.1:20849 after 60000 ms is a result of delay in server connection whenever the instance exceeds the
max-lease time that was set for client requests. However, in reference to the log, you are ready to go. Just as @k.joseph has mentioned you can try running the command again.
@k.joseph and @kdaud , I re-tried
mvn clean test and this is the error I’m getting irynah@irynah-Vostro-3560:/media/irynah/DATA/0NEW-108G/0PROJECTS/OpenMRS-project - Pastebin.com
You are ready to go!
Looking through the log, most of the tests are passing. In addition to my recent comment, your property file seems to be pointing to a remote server which possibly is causing
time out issues. You may need to change the url to point to your local instance instead of the remote server
restarting may help, please consider pulling from master
The url in the
test.property file redirects to a remote server. Such issues usually occur when the connection is not stable. I think changing the url to redirect to a local instance could eliminate internet issues causing
time out issues
@irenyak1 what experience do you get when you first run
mvn clean install and then run
mvn clean test
install will run the tests as will test
mvn clean install runs successfully, it is
mvn clean test which fails with some errors
@irenyak1 can you share your errors?
This means you are ready to go. Actually
mvn clean install and
mvn clean test achieves the same goal in relation to tests.
mvn clean test could be failing due to the reason i gave above. This should not keep you blocked because mvn clean install was successful
If you want to observe these tests in a browser, then you need to make some changes with
test.properies file; changing the property of headless to
I have set that up already and I am able to observe the tests in the browser though it is a very rapid process.
did you get unblocked @irenyak1 ?
Yes i did. thanks @k.joseph