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As mentioned earlier, the deployment scenario could entail multiple migrations to move the database version on by several builds. The deployment script should take account of this. This issue could be handled simply by passing the current and desired build numbers of the database and then looping through the database deployment routines. Or it may be worthwhile to build a custom task to handle these issues separately. We will see an implementation of this in our deployment scripts.
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Once again, the wizards at Etomic have produced another work of software art. This time they have extended the web-based Transformer application so that it can use a database to store the XML and XSLT snippets. These can then be viewed and used by other users of the application.
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Note In fact, this would be a natural extension of the previous application from s 4, 5, and 6 but
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for clarity, and purposes of the previous examples, I have created a new application called Etomic.Share Transformer. The code is in the usual place in the VSS database. Additionally, it does not rely on the separate engine assembly for the same reason, though I imagine it would if this was a real application.
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Figure 8-13 shows the new screen for the application that has generated all the excitement at Etomic.
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Figure 8-13. Etomic.ShareTransformer application To implement an automated build, and then continuous integration, for this application we will follow the standard steps from the previous Design to Deliver work. Once this is satisfactory, we will add in the database integration tasks, at which point we will finally decide
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The Build Script
In this version of our build scripts, I have amended the Build.Core.Xml file to load all noncore assemblies separately, which we discussed earlier as a possible best practice. It looks like this: <loadtasks assembly="D:\dotNetDelivery\Tools\NAntContrib\0.85rc2\bin\ NAnt.Contrib.Tasks.dll"/> <loadtasks assembly="D:\dotNetDelivery\Tools\NUnit2Report\1.2.2\bin\ NAnt.NUnit2ReportTasks.dll"/> <loadtasks assembly="D:\dotNetDelivery\Tools\Etomic.NAntExtensions\ Etomic.NAntExtensions.GeneralTasks.dll"/> I have loaded the Red Gate task assembly from the debug directory, but of course this should form part of the Etomic.NAntExtensions project we have already constructed. The build script for the application (without considering database issues) is quite simple: < xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" > <project name="Etomic.ShareTransformer" default="help"> <description> Build file for the Etomic.ShareTransformer application. </description> <property name="" value="${}.UI" /> <property name="" value="${}.Engine" /> <property name="solution.isweb" value="true"/> <target name="go" depends="build, test, document, publish, notify"/> <target name="build" description="Compile the application."> <solution solutionfile="${core.source}\${}.sln" configuration="Debug" outputdir="${core.output}\"/> </target> <target name="test" description="Apply the unit tests."> <property name="nant.onfailure" value="fail.test"/> <nunit2> <formatter type="Xml" usefile="true" extension=".xml" outputdir="${core.reports}\" /> <test> <assemblies basedir="${core.output}\"> <include name="*Tests.dll"/>
</assemblies> </test> </nunit2> <nunit2report out="${core.reports}\NUnit.html"> <fileset> <include name="${core.reports}\*.Tests.dll-results.xml" /> </fileset> </nunit2report> <nant buildfile="Build.Common.xml" target="report.fxcop" inheritall="true"/> <style style="D:\Tools\FxCop\1.30\Xml\FxCopReport.xsl" in="${core.reports}\fxcop.xml" out="${core.reports}\fxcop.html"/> <property name="nant.onfailure" value="fail"/> </target> <target name="document" description="Generate documentation and reports."> <ndoc> <assemblies basedir="${core.output}\"> <include name="${}.dll" /> <include name="${}.dll" /> </assemblies> <summaries basedir="${core.output}\"> <include name="${}.xml" /> <include name="${}.xml" /> </summaries> <documenters> <documenter name="MSDN"> <property name="OutputDirectory" value="${}\" /> <property name="HtmlHelpName" value="${}" /> <property name="HtmlHelpCompilerFilename" value="hhc.exe" /> <property name="IncludeFavorites" value="False" /> <property name="Title" value="${} (NDoc)" /> <property name="SplitTOCs" value="False" /> <property name="DefaulTOC" value="" /> <property name="ShowVisualBasic" value="False" /> <property name="ShowMissingSummaries" value="True" /> <property name="ShowMissingRemarks" value="False" /> <property name="ShowMissingParams" value="True" /> <property name="ShowMissingReturns" value="True" /> <property name="ShowMissingValues" value="True" />
name="DocumentInternals" value="True" /> name="DocumentProtected" value="True" /> name="DocumentPrivates" value="False" /> name="DocumentEmptyNamespaces" value="False" /> name="IncludeAssemblyVersion" value="True" /> name="CopyrightText" value="${} Ltd., 2005" /> <property name="CopyrightHref" value="" /> </documenter> </documenters> </ndoc> </target> <target name="publish" description="Place the compiled assets, reports etc. in agreed location."> <nant buildfile="Build.Common.xml" target="publish" inheritall="true"/> </target> <target name="notify" description="Tell everyone of the success or failure."> <echo message="Notifying you of the build process success."/> </target> <target name="fail"> <echo message="Notifying you of a failure in the build process."/> </target> <target name="fail.test"> <nunit2report out="${core.reports}\NUnit.html"> <fileset> <include name="${core.reports}\Etomic.*.Tests.dll-results.xml" /> </fileset> </nunit2report> </target> <target name="help"> <echo message="This file should not be executed. Use Build.Core.xml"/> </target> </project> There is nothing that we have not seen before in this script. One of the more interesting areas is the test target. If you look at the source code, the developer has included a config file that is used by NUnit when the unit-testing task is called. This can be seen in the source code shown in Figure 8-14 and then in the output directory shown in Figure 8-15.
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