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The CI process is acknowledged as a virtuous one, particularly in an agile world where it is almost prescribed. Yet even outside this arena, there are benefits, both direct and indirect, to using CI. Builds are always up to date. Because the process performs a build cycle as soon as changes are detected to the codebase, there is always a current build. Additionally, reports (e.g., unit test results) are always up to date, demonstrating the features of the system construction. In the event of a failed build, alerts will immediately notify the development team. The net result is a reduction in risk since the chance of failure, particularly failure through lack of use, is limited. CI is providing confidence through continuous repeated attempts at the same process.
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A managed process. Although there is formality in the definition of the aims of the build process, there is little structure regarding such issues as when to run the process. CI offers a managed process, or at least the chosen application to run CI offers a managed process. Formality and structure. Similarly, the application chosen to run CI brings structure and formality to the organization of the assets, scripts, and so on under the umbrella of the CI system. CI gives the build process and its parts a brand to operate under. Much as naming the process efforts Design to Deliver helps to raise awareness and understanding through the team, CI (and the CI application) provide a focal point to the visible results of the efforts.
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Keep in mind that implementing CI may be a step too far for your process since there are also some potential threats to the process: Process not required. If you operate in an environment with a very long-winded approach to system delivery and integration work, then it is possible that CI will not help; its philosophy is simply opposed to the available methodology. Equally, if no one is doing anything with the information, then it may be pointless. In this instance, the threat is that the cultural positioning of the team requires some realignment to use CI effectively. Lack of discipline. This issue is related to the above point. Agile methods such as CI often require focus to ensure their success. This focus tends to be the kind of focus a development team is happy to apply to a situation and thus the processes succeed but we must consider that not all development teams, and not all developers, are dedicated to process work in the same way. In this case, the developers may not be disciplined enough to correct failed builds, or to even obtain successful builds in the first place. The appearance of many failed builds which are supposed to be a pick-me-up to dedicated developers may have the reverse effect on a team not able to dedicate itself to the CI process. Managing problem areas. As usual, once systems become tricky to build and deploy, then CI may not be so easy to achieve. This could compound the other issues. Of course, the opportunity to ensure a complex delivery presents itself here, but the threat is that there are some particular considerations that simply do not fit well in a CI process. An example of this might be database integration work. We will examine some of the implications for databases in 8.
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We will be using CruiseControl.NET (CCNet) to achieve CI in the sample applications, but it is important to note that other options are available for use. Furthermore, moving between platforms might not present a huge problem, since the features of the systems are generally similar: server and client components, a web presence, XML definition files, and so on. Most importantly, the applications usually provide the build process by wrapping NAnt, and thus the core part of the process will be reusable across different build systems with only minimal changes.
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