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CHAPTER 4 A SIMPLE CASE STUDY
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Use Case ID: UC2 Use Case Name: Deploy System Description: The user triggers a system deploy through an application interaction. The application requires no further interaction. The application follows a series of steps to perform a deployment of a system based on the assets delivered from UC1. Once complete, a message is displayed to the user and the system is available for use. Preconditions: The software system assets are available in an identifiable package resulting from UC1. Postconditions: The system is deployed and available for use. Normal Course: 1. The user triggers the deploy application to perform a deploy. 2. The application selects the correct deployment package. (See Alternative Course 2.1.) 3. The application gets the correct deployment package and unpackages it. 4. The application selects the correct environment information for deployment. 5. The application prepares the environment based on the information in step 4. 6. The application positions the software system assets in the prepared environment. 7. The application performs any additional configuration steps required by the assets and/or the selected environment. 8. The application sends a message to the user. Alternative Courses: 2.1 Where no versioning is required, a default version number is used that does not impact the regular versioning system. Exceptions: E1. All failures. Process stops immediately and sends message to user.
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Some final steps are required before we create the build files for the sample application. We need to ensure that VSS is ready to use and that we have developed an appropriate disk area for performing the processes.
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I have set up VSS under D:\dotNetDelivery\VSS. Table 4-1 shows the user accounts in the database. Table 4-1. VSS User Accounts
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The secret administration account My own account for making code changes A read-only account for viewing source code The read-write account we will use in the NAnt build files
The most important account to us at this point is the Builder account. This is the account that NAnt will use to access VSS. For the most part, NAnt does not require read-write access, but as we begin to label the database and perform more complex actions this additional level of access is required. Standardizing on the Builder account for all VSS databases ensures the same settings will be used for many projects across many build files.
Caution Because the passwords will be stored in plain text inside the build files, security is a concern. Unfortunately, not much can be done about security at this time. However, storing the password to the Builder account is at least preferable to storing the Admin account details.
Build Folders
Now that we have our inputs to the process in the VSS-based information, we need to define locations for the process output. This is not a major headache, but a little thought prior to definition of the file can go a long way. Table 4-2 describes the structures we will use, which are set up under the BuildArea folder of the source code. Table 4-2. The Build Area
Folder
Source Output Docs Reports Distribution Publish
Purpose
Holds the source code retrieved from VSS Stores the compiled code from the Source folder Contains the NDoc-based documentation Stores any reporting output such as NUnit and FxCop reports Contains the final assets required for publishing Contains actual published assets
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These structures are a good starting point for creating and managing assets through the process, and are again similar to the structure of the build file skeleton and the build use case itself. Now let us move on to the first part of the process: creating the build file.
Creating the Build File
In 2 we proposed a skeleton for the build file. Using that skeleton, we can make some initial system-specific changes to detail our intent for the build file. Also, we can give the build file a more informative name. In this case, we will call it Transformer.Build.xml. Finally, reviewing the skeleton once more allows us to identify the areas that we need to complete.
Note At this point I have dropped the .build extension from the file-naming conventions. This is because we will not always be building but perhaps performing other activities. I will use .xml for the names from now on (otherwise, Transformer.Deploy.build could be a little confusing . . .).
< xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8" > <project name="Transformer" default="help"> <description>Build file for the Transformer application.</description> <property name="nant.onfailure" value="fail"/> <target name="go" description="The main target for full build process execution." depends="clean, get, version, build, test, document, publish, notify" /> <target name="clean" description="Clean up the build environment."> </target> <target name="get" description="Grab the source code."> </target> <target name="version" description="Apply versioning to the source code files."> </target> <target name="build" description="Compile the application."> </target> <target name="test" description="Apply the unit tests."> </target>
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