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The first step to configuring CCNet is to obtain the application from the CCNet web site. Once you unzip the contents of the application, you will see the available folders, as shown in Figure 6-5.
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Figure 6-5. The CCNet applications
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Appendix A gives more information on obtaining the code and source for CCNet and a suggested Tip
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We will be using the web dashboard rather than the web site application, though we will take a quick look at the web application. Both of these should be configured as virtual directories on your machine. In this case, I have configured webdashboard as the ccnet virtual directory, as shown in Figure 6-6.
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Figure 6-6. Setting up the dashboard in IIS At this point, the dashboard will look as shown in Figure 6-7. It reports an error because it is unable to find the CCNet server application. Addressing that is the next step.
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Configuring the Server
The server is configured with an XML file (by default called ccnet.config), as you might expect. The most up-to-date information on configuration options will always be available on the CCNet documentation web site, but it will look something like the skeleton shown here in terms of the top-level elements for a project. There can be multiple project elements in the ccnet.config file the root element being <cruisecontrol>. The root element to the ccnet.config file encapsulates one standard child element, the project element, which can appear multiple times. A project element describes all the information necessary to provide CI for a system or subsystem. <project> <!-- General Settings --> <name>Project 1</name> <webURL>http://localhost/ccnet/Project1</webURL> <workingDirectory>yourWorkingDirectory</workingDirectory> <artifactDirectory>yourArtifactDirectory</artifactDirectory> <modificationDelaySeconds>2</modificationDelaySeconds> <triggers> <yourFirstTriggerType ../> <yourOtherTriggerType ../> </triggers> <sourcecontrol type="yourSourceControlType" ../> <build type="yourBuildType" ../> <labeller type="yourLabellerType" ../> <tasks> <yourFirstTaskType ../> <yourOtherTaskType ../> </tasks> <publishers> <yourFirstPublisherType ../> <yourOtherPublisherType ../> </publishers> </project> We will consider the areas marked in bold individually.
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General Settings
As we mentioned earlier, the root element to the ccnet.config file encapsulates one standard child element, the project element, which can appear multiple times. A project element describes all of the information necessary to provide CI for a system or subsystem: <project name="Etomic.Library.Transformer"> The project name is important since it will appear when you are using the web dashboard, web site, and cctray. <webURL>http://localhost/ccnet/Controller.aspx _action_ViewProjectReport=true &server=local&project=Etomic.Library.Transformer</webURL> The webURL element provides information to be used in the web dashboard for linking to reports and so on. At the time of writing this feature is under development, but works to a certain extent, as we will see later. The URL is always standard, apart from the server location and the project name. <artifactDirectory> D:\dotNetDelivery\BuildAreaCI\Publish\Etomic.Library.Transformer\ </artifactDirectory> The artifactDirectory element points to an area where artifacts generated during the build can be stored. Here I have pointed the artifactDirectory element to the publishing area for the project. There is another element, workingDirectory, that should be set in a similar way. The intention seems to be to link to the output or source directory for the project, but this is also linked to in the sourcecontrol block for VSS. Omitting the workingDirectory element means that a folder will be created as a child relative to the location of the ccnet.config file named the same as the project and then with its own child called WorkingDirectory. <modificationDelaySeconds>10</modificationDelaySeconds> This element ensures that commits that have occurred less than 10 seconds before the CCNet run are ignored, circumventing any issues with nonatomic commits into source control databases.
Triggers
As we discussed at the beginning of the chapter, the big difference between an automated build and CI is the differing trigger for the build. CI works because it ensures integration as soon as changes are committed to the source control system. <triggers> <intervalTrigger /> </triggers> CCNet has a number of different triggers, as shown in Table 6-1.
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