## This interview is created by autotest.mini.JTIEditor #Generated by Autotest preprocessor #Tue Dec 18 07:13:17 MSK 2007 -----= CHECKSUM=a89b72552e2aaf9 INTERVIEW=com.sun.jck.interview.JCKParameters JTX=/net/stt-13.russia/export/stt/jck_promotions/6a/fcs/alt2/binaries/JCK-runtime-6a/lib/jdk6a.jtx /set/stt/jck_workspace/jdk6u4/b12/JCK6a/common/runtime-sles10-amd64-server-Xcomp/log/fatal_failures.jtx QUESTION=jck.epilog TESTSUITE=/net/stt-13.russia/export/stt/jck_promotions/6a/fcs/alt2/binaries/JCK-runtime-6a WORKDIR=/set/stt/jck_workspace/jdk6u4/b12/JCK6a/common/runtime-sles10-amd64-server-Xcomp/workDir ed=for your platform? for=your platform? ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Concurrency ## The JavaTest harness can run tests concurrently. Specify the maximum number of tests that should be run concurrently: jck.concurrency.concurrency=1 ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Passive Port ## Which port does the JavaTest harness use to contact the JavaTest Agent? jck.env.compiler.agent.passivePort= ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## JDK Version ## Which version of Sun's reference JDK do you use for the reference platform? jck.env.compiler.compRefExecute.version=JDK 1.1, JDK 1.1.x ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## RMI Activation Port ## What RMI activation port is used for the RMI daemon? jck.env.compiler.rmi.activationPort= ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## RMI Registry Port ## What port is used for the RMI registry? jck.env.compiler.rmi.registryPort= ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## TCP Ports: Lower Bound ## Enter the lower bound for the range of TCP ports used by the tests. It must be in the range of 1 to 65535. jck.env.compiler.rmi.tcpLower= ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## TCP Ports: Upper Bound ## Enter the upper bound for the range of TCP ports used by the tests. It must be in the range of 1 to 65535, and be greater than or equal to the lower bound. jck.env.compiler.rmi.tcpUpper= ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Unreferenced Timeout ## What timeout (in seconds) is used for RMI server "unreferenced" tests? jck.env.compiler.rmi.unrefTimeout= ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Type of Product ## Use JCK to certify a runtime product or a compiler product? jck.env.compilerOrRuntime=runtime ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Description ## Provide a short description that identifies the configuration you are creating. jck.env.description=see_name ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Configuration Name ## Provide a short identifier that names the configuration you are creating. jck.env.envName=jck15 jck.env.isAdvanced=Yes ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Agent Type ## You can run the JavaTest Agent in one of two modes: active or passive. ## ## Which mode do you wish to use? jck.env.runtime.agent.agentType=active jck.env.runtime.agent.mapArgs=No ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Passive Port ## Which port does the JavaTest harness use to contact the JavaTest Agent? jck.env.runtime.agent.passivePort= ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Can Play MIDI ## Does your system provide support for playing MIDI (audio)? jck.env.runtime.audio.canPlayMidi=No ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Can Play Audio ## Does your system provide support for producing audio? jck.env.runtime.audio.canPlaySound=No ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Can Record Audio ## Does your system provide support for recording audio? jck.env.runtime.audio.canRecordSound=No ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Use the Provided Audio File ## Does your system support WAV, AU or SND audio formats for playback? jck.env.runtime.audio.soundURLChoice=Yes ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## URL to Use for Audio Tests ## Enter the URL of an existing audio resource that is accessible and playable from the system being tested. jck.env.runtime.audio.soundURLNoJCK= ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Audio Format to Use ## Please choose a format for the audio tests to use. jck.env.runtime.audio.soundURLYesJCK=.WAV ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## AWT Robot ## Does your system provide support for automated event generation, as defined by the java.awt.robot classes? jck.env.runtime.awt.robotAvailable=Yes ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Double Max Exponent ## For the system you are testing, what is the maximum exponent used in double-precision floating point numbers? jck.env.runtime.fp.doubleMaxExponent= ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Double Min Exponent ## For the system you are testing, what is the minimum exponent used in double-precision floating point numbers? jck.env.runtime.fp.doubleMinExponent= ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## FP Max Exponent ## For the system you are testing, what is the maximum exponent used in floating point numbers? jck.env.runtime.fp.floatMaxExponent= ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## FP Min Exponent ## For the system you are testing, what is the minimum exponent used in floating point numbers? jck.env.runtime.fp.floatMinExponent= ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## FP Extended Format ## Which format of extended floating-point values is used on the implementation you are testing? jck.env.runtime.fp.format=Intel, 15 bit exponent ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## FP Format ## Does the Java runtime you are testing support extended floating-point values? jck.env.runtime.fp.supportExtended=Yes ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## ORB Host ## What is the name of the machine on which the Java IDL name server is run? jck.env.runtime.idl.orbHost=stt-37 ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## ORB Port ## What is the port on which the Transient Name Service listens? jck.env.runtime.idl.orbPort=9876 ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Security Authorization Policy ## Which of the following mechanisms does your product use to specify the Java Security Authorization Policy? jck.env.runtime.jaas.authPolicy=standard system property ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Security Login Configuration ## Which of the following mechanisms does your product use to specify the Java Security Login Configuration? jck.env.runtime.jaas.loginConfig=standard system property ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## VM Suspended On Start ## Does the specified JDWP implementation configuration provide that the Java runtime is suspended on-start? jck.env.runtime.jdwp.VMSuspended=No ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Attaching or Listening debugger ## Should the debugger listen for connections from or attach to the JDWP implementation? jck.env.runtime.jdwp.connectorType=attaching ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## JDWP Command-line Options ## Specify the command-line options for activating JDWP. jck.env.runtime.jdwp.jdwpOpts=-Xdebug -agentlib\:jdwp\=server\=y,transport\=dt_socket,address\=8521,suspend\=n ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## JDWP Support ## Is the Java Debugger Wire Protocol (JDWP) implementation provided? jck.env.runtime.jdwp.jdwpSupported=Yes ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Connection Address for Debugger ## Specify the address for the debugger to use when listening for connections from or attaching to the JDWP implementation. jck.env.runtime.jdwp.transportAddress=stt-37\:8521 ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Transport Class Name ## Specify the fully-qualified class name used for establishing connection between the tests debuggers and JDWP implementation. jck.env.runtime.jdwp.transportClass=javasoft.sqe.jck.lib.jpda.jdwp.SocketTransportService ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## KDC Host Configuration ## Do you use a Java system property to set the name of the Java Security Kerberos Key Distribution Center? jck.env.runtime.jgss.kdc=Yes ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## KDC Host Name ## Enter the name of your KDC host machine. jck.env.runtime.jgss.kdcHostName=stt-26.russia.sun.com ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## KDC Property Name ## Enter the name of the system property that you use to set the KDC host name. jck.env.runtime.jgss.kdcPropName=java.security.krb5.kdc ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## KDC Realm ## Do you use a Java system property to set the name of the Java Security Kerberos Key Distribution Center Realm? jck.env.runtime.jgss.kdcRealm=Yes ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## KDC Realm Name ## Enter the name of your Key Distribution Center Realm. jck.env.runtime.jgss.kdcRealmName=JCK_TEST ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## KDC Realm Property Name ## Enter the name of the system property that you use to set the KDC Realm. jck.env.runtime.jgss.kdcRealmPropName=java.security.krb5.realm ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Second Kerberos Principal Password ## Enter the password of the second Kerberos principal. jck.env.runtime.jgss.krb5ClientPassword=client_pwd ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Second Kerberos Principal Name ## Enter the name of the second Kerberos principal. The second Kerberos principal is used as a client program. jck.env.runtime.jgss.krb5ClientUsername=client_principal1 ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## First Kerberos Principal Password ## Enter the password of the first Kerberos principal. jck.env.runtime.jgss.krb5ServerPassword=server_pwd ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## First Kerberos Principal Name ## Enter the name of the first Kerberos principal. The first Kerberos principal is used as a server program. jck.env.runtime.jgss.krb5ServerUsername=server_principal1 ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Kerberos Login Module ## Is the login module "com.sun.security.auth.module.Krb5LoginModule" configured in your JRE? jck.env.runtime.jgss.loginModule=Yes ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## JPLIS Agent start-up in Live phase ## Does your runtime supports instrumentation agent start-up after the JVM is launched? jck.env.runtime.jplis.jplisLivePhase=Yes ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## JPLIS AttachConnector implementation ## Specify the fully-qualified class name used for starting instrumentation agent sometime after the JVM is launched. jck.env.runtime.jplis.jplisLivePhaseLauncherImpl=javasoft.sqe.jck.lib.attach.JPLISAttachConnector ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## JKS Keystore Support ## Does the implementation under test support the JKS keystore format? jck.env.runtime.jsse.isJKSSupported=Yes ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Expect OutOfMemoryError ## Can OutOfMemoryError be thrown on the system under test when memory is allocated? jck.env.runtime.memory.expectOutOfMemory=Yes ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Maximum Memory ## Enter the maximum amount of memory that a test should attempt to allocate and cause the system under test to throw an OutOfMemoryError exception. jck.env.runtime.memory.maxMemory=0m ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Memory Allocation ## Do the tests allocate memory until the system under test throws an OutOfMemoryError exception? jck.env.runtime.memory.memoryAllocation=No ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Local Host IP Address ## What is the IP address of the system on which you run the tests? jck.env.runtime.net.localHostIPAddr=10.16.107.151 ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Local Host Name ## What is the host name of the system on which you run the tests? jck.env.runtime.net.localHostName=stt-37 ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Multi-Homed Host Count ## What is the number of network ports (having the same name) that are on `null'? jck.env.runtime.net.multiHostCount= ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Test Host 1 IP Address ## What is the IP address for `spb-void.russia.sun.com'? jck.env.runtime.net.testHost1IPAddr=10.16.106.53 ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Test Host 1 Name ## What is the host name of a system on the same network as the one on which you run the tests? The system must only have a single DNS name and a single DNS address. jck.env.runtime.net.testHost1Name=spb-void.russia.sun.com ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Test Host 2 IP Address ## What is the IP address for `sm-espb04-01.russia.sun.com'? jck.env.runtime.net.testHost2IPAddr=129.159.123.150 ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Test Host 2 Name ## What is the host name of another system on the same network as the one on which you run the tests? jck.env.runtime.net.testHost2Name=sm-espb04-01.russia.sun.com ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## UDP Ports: Lower Bound ## Enter the lower bound for the range of UDP ports used by the tests. It must be in the range of 1 to 65535. jck.env.runtime.net.udpLower= ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Restrict UDP Ports ## Does your operating system restrict the set of UDP ports available to tests that request a specific port? jck.env.runtime.net.udpRange=No ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## UDP Ports: Upper Bound ## Enter the upper bound for the range of UDP ports used by the tests. It must be in the range of 1 to 65535, and be greater than or equal to the lower bound. jck.env.runtime.net.udpUpper= ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Printer ## Is your system connected to a printer that is online? jck.env.runtime.print.hasPrinter=Yes ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Load Classes ## Do you want the agent to load the classes (executed on the remote host) from the JavaTest harness? jck.env.runtime.remoteAgent.loadClasses=Yes ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Remote Host ## What is the name of the remote system on which the JavaTest passive agent will run? jck.env.runtime.remoteAgent.passiveHost=localhost ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Passive Port ## Which port does the JavaTest harness use to contact the JavaTest Agent? jck.env.runtime.remoteAgent.passivePort=1907 ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Passive Agent Port Default ## Does the JavaTest harness contact the agent on the default port? jck.env.runtime.remoteAgent.passivePortDefault=No jck.env.runtime.rmi.registryPort= jck.env.runtime.rmi.unrefTimeout= ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Location of JRE Classes ## Enter the name(s) of the directories and/or the Zip/JAR archives that contain classes for your JRE. jck.env.runtime.staticsigtest.staticSigTestClasspath=/export/JDK/jdk1.6.0_04/jre/lib/im/indicim.jar /export/JDK/jdk1.6.0_04/jre/lib/im/thaiim.jar /export/JDK/jdk1.6.0_04/jre/lib/ext/dnsns.jar /export/JDK/jdk1.6.0_04/jre/lib/ext/sunpkcs11.jar /export/JDK/jdk1.6.0_04/jre/lib/ext/sunjce_provider.jar /export/JDK/jdk1.6.0_04/jre/lib/ext/localedata.jar /export/JDK/jdk1.6.0_04/jre/lib/plugin_g.jar /export/JDK/jdk1.6.0_04/jre/lib/deploy.jar /export/JDK/jdk1.6.0_04/jre/lib/jsse.jar /export/JDK/jdk1.6.0_04/jre/lib/plugin.jar /export/JDK/jdk1.6.0_04/jre/lib/security/US_export_policy.jar /export/JDK/jdk1.6.0_04/jre/lib/security/local_policy.jar /export/JDK/jdk1.6.0_04/jre/lib/javaws.jar /export/JDK/jdk1.6.0_04/jre/lib/charsets.jar /export/JDK/jdk1.6.0_04/jre/lib/rt.jar /export/JDK/jdk1.6.0_04/jre/lib/jce.jar /export/JDK/jdk1.6.0_04/jre/lib/deploy_g.jar /export/JDK/jdk1.6.0_04/lib/htmlconverter_g.jar /export/JDK/jdk1.6.0_04/lib/tools.jar /export/JDK/jdk1.6.0_04/lib/dt.jar /export/JDK/jdk1.6.0_04/lib/htmlconverter.jar /export/JDK/jdk1.6.0_04/lib/sa-jdi.jar ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Run Static Signature Test ## Do you deliver your class files in either a directory hierarchy or in a Zip/JAR archive? jck.env.runtime.staticsigtest.supportStaticSigTest=Yes ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## TCP Ports: Lower Bound ## Enter the lower bound for the range of TCP ports used by the tests. It must be in the range 1 to 65535. jck.env.runtime.tcp.tcpLower= ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## TCP Ports: Upper Bound ## Enter the upper bound for the range of TCP ports used by the tests. It must be in the range 1 to 65535, and must be greater than or equal to the lower bound. jck.env.runtime.tcp.tcpUpper= ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Restrict TCP Ports ## Does your operating system restrict the set of TCP ports available to tests that request a specific port? jck.env.runtime.tcpRange=No ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## RMI Activation Port Value ## Which RMI activation port do you use for the RMI daemon? jck.env.runtime.testExecute.activationPortValue= ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Additional Classpath ## Enter the name(s) of the directories and/or the Zip/JAR archives that contain classes that will be added to the classpath for a test run. jck.env.runtime.testExecute.additionalClasspath=/export/JDK/jdk1.6.0_04/lib/tools.jar ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Runtime Classpath ## For the Java launcher that runs the tests, is the classpath specified with an environment variable or a command-line option? ## ## If it accepts both, select the preferred form. jck.env.runtime.testExecute.classpath=command line option ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Classpath Option ## Enter an option template for use in setting the classpath for the Java launcher that runs the tests. Use the character `#' in the option template to indicate where the classpath is specified. ## ## Examples: -classpath # ## /cp:# jck.env.runtime.testExecute.classpathOpt=-classpath \# ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Java Launcher ## Enter the full path name of the Java launcher that runs the tests. jck.env.runtime.testExecute.cmdAsFile=/export/JDK/jdk1.6.0_04/bin/java ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Java Launcher ## Enter the full path name of the Java launcher that runs the tests. jck.env.runtime.testExecute.cmdAsString=/export/JDK/jdk1.6.0_04/bin/java ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Create Class Loaders ## Create a new class loader for each test? ## ## If you do not create a new class loader for each test, the system class loader is used for all the tests that you run. jck.env.runtime.testExecute.createClassLoaders=No ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## DISPLAY Variable ## Some tests might require that you set the "DISPLAY" environment variable. Enter a value for the DISPLAY variable for the system on which you run the tests. jck.env.runtime.testExecute.display=stt-37\:0.0 ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## JMX Library Path Value ## What is the name of the directory that contains the library of native code of JMX libraries compiled for your platform? jck.env.runtime.testExecute.jmxLibPathFileValue=/net/stt-13.russia/export/stt/jck_promotions/6a/fcs/alt2/binaries/JCK-runtime-6a/lib/Linux.i386/jmx ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## JMX Resource Path Value ## What is the name of the directory that contains the HTML and jar files required to run the JMX tests? jck.env.runtime.testExecute.jmxResourcePathFileValue=/net/stt-13.russia/export/stt/jck_promotions/6a/fcs/alt2/binaries/JCK-runtime-6a/jmxWorkDir/Linux.i386 ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## JMX Resource Path Value ## What is the name of the directory that contains the HTML and jar files required to run the JMX tests? jck.env.runtime.testExecute.jmxResourcePathValue=/net/stt-13.russia/export/stt/jck_promotions/6a/fcs/alt2/binaries/JCK-runtime-6a/jmxWorkDir/Linux.i386 ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## JNI Library Path Value ## What is the name of the directory that contains the library of native code of JNI libraries compiled for your platform? jck.env.runtime.testExecute.jniLibPathFileValue=/net/stt-13.russia/export/stt/jck_promotions/6a/fcs/alt2/binaries/JCK-runtime-6a/lib/Linux.i386 ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## JVM TI Agent Option String ## Enter an option template for use in specifying the JVM TI agent library. Use the character `#' in the option template to indicate where the library name is specified. Use the character `@' to indicate where the agent options string is specified. ## ## Example: -agentlib:#=@ jck.env.runtime.testExecute.jvmtiAgentOptionsTempl=-agentlib\:\#\=@ ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## JVM TI Library Path Value ## What is the name of the directory that contains the library of native code of JVM TI libraries compiled for your platform? jck.env.runtime.testExecute.jvmtiLibPathFileValue=/net/stt-13.russia/export/stt/jck_promotions/6a/fcs/alt2/binaries/JCK-runtime-6a/lib/Linux.i386 ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## JVM TI Agent start-up in Live phase ## Is JVM TI Agent start-up in Live phase supported? jck.env.runtime.testExecute.jvmtiLivePhase=Yes ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## JVM TI AttachConnector implementation ## Specify the fully-qualified class name used for starting native agent in the VM during the live phase. jck.env.runtime.testExecute.jvmtiLivePhaseLauncherImpl=javasoft.sqe.jck.lib.attach.JVMTIAttachConnector ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Library Path? ## For the Java launcher that runs the tests, is the library path for native code libraries specified with an environment variable or a command-line option? ## ## If it accepts both, select the preferred form. jck.env.runtime.testExecute.libPath=environment variable ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Library Path Environment Variable ## What is the name of the environment variable used to set the library path for the Java launcher that runs the tests? jck.env.runtime.testExecute.libPathEnv=LD_LIBRARY_PATH ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Library Path Option ## Enter an option template for use in setting the library path for the Java launcher that runs the tests. Use the character `#' in the option template to indicate where the library path is specified. ## ## Examples: -libpath # ## /lp:# jck.env.runtime.testExecute.libPathOpt= ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Native Library Path Value ## What is the name of the directory that contains the libraries of native code? jck.env.runtime.testExecute.nativeLibPathFileValue=/net/stt-13.russia/export/stt/jck_promotions/6a/fcs/alt2/binaries/JCK-runtime-6a/lib/Linux.i386 ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Location of native libraries ## Are all of the native libraries in one location? jck.env.runtime.testExecute.nativeLibrariesLocation=No ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## System Property Specification ## Does your platform use the standard method of specifying system properties on the command line? jck.env.runtime.testExecute.optionSpecification=Yes ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Other Environment Variables ## If there are any other environment variables that need to be set for your Java launcher, enter them here. ## ## Use the format: name1=value1 name2=value2 etc. jck.env.runtime.testExecute.otherEnvVars= ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Other Options ## If there are any other command-line options that must be set for your Java launcher, enter them here. ## ## You might want to use options that enable different operating modes, such as switching JIT on or off. jck.env.runtime.testExecute.otherOpts=-server -Xcomp -Djavatest.security.allowPropertiesAccess\=true -Djava.ext.dirs\=/net/stt-13.russia/export/stt/jck_promotions/6a/fcs/alt2/binaries/JCK-runtime-6a/lib/extensions\:/export/JDK/jdk1.6.0_04/lib/ext\:/export/JDK/jdk1.6.0_04/jre/lib/ext ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Std Activation Port ## Use the standard RMI activation port for the RMI daemon? jck.env.runtime.testExecute.stdActivationPort=Yes ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Verifier Option ## JCK requires that the verifier is fully enabled for each test that is run. Specify all options that might be required by your Java launcher to enable the verifier. ## ## This might be an option such as /v, -verify, or -Xfuture. jck.env.runtime.testExecute.verify=-Xfuture ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## File URL ## Enter the URL of an existing file resource that is accessible from the system being tested. ## ## For example, if your test system uses Windows 95, you could use "file:///C:\AUTOEXEC.BAT" jck.env.runtime.url.fileURL=file\:///etc/hosts ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## FTP URL ## Enter the URL of an existing resource that is accessible via FTP from the system being tested. jck.env.runtime.url.ftpURL=ftp\://stt-26.russia.sun.com/pub/test.txt ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## HTTP URL ## Enter the URL of an existing resource that is accessible via HTTP from the system being tested. jck.env.runtime.url.httpURL=http\://javaweb.sfbay.sun.com/jcce/tcks/jck/index.html ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Need Proxy ## Do you use a proxy to access the HTTP and FTP URLs you have just entered? jck.env.runtime.url.needProxy=No ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Proxy Port ## Which port is used on the proxy host? jck.env.runtime.url.proxyPort= ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Choose Interview Mode jck.env.simpleOrAdvanced=advanced ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Test Platform File Separator ## Which file separator character is used on the test platform? jck.env.testPlatform.fileSep=/ ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Headless System ## Is the system you are testing headless? jck.env.testPlatform.headless=No ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## JVM TI Support ## Is the Java virtual machine Tool Interface (JVM TI) implementation provided? jck.env.testPlatform.jvmti=Yes ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Testing Locally ## Are you running these tests on the same system used for this interview? jck.env.testPlatform.local=Yes ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Test Platform MultiJVM ## On the system you are testing, can you directly start a new instance of your product from a command line? jck.env.testPlatform.multiJVM=No ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Native Code ## Does your system support direct access to native code? jck.env.testPlatform.nativeCode=Yes ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Test Platform ## Which operating system is used on the test platform? jck.env.testPlatform.os=Solaris ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Test Platform Path Separator ## Which path separator character is used on the test platform? jck.env.testPlatform.pathSep=\: ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Fallback Support ## Have you configured the product VM in this test run to use the fallback mode (the type inference strategy) of class verification when the typechecking strategy fails? jck.env.testPlatform.typecheckerSpecific=Yes jck.env.trialOrCertify=certification ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Specify Exclude List Files ## Specify the files that make up the exclude list you wish to use. jck.excludeList.customFiles=/net/stt-13.russia/export/stt/jck_promotions/6a/fcs/alt2/binaries/JCK-runtime-6a/lib/jdk6a.jtx /set/stt/jck_workspace/jdk6u4/b12/JCK6a/common/runtime-sles10-amd64-server-Xcomp/log/fatal_failures.jtx ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Which Exclude List? ## Which exclude list do you wish to use? jck.excludeList.excludeListType=custom ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Check for Updated Exclude List ## Do you wish the JavaTest harness to periodically check for update to the exclude list? jck.excludeList.latestAutoCheck=No ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## How Often? ## Specify (in days) how often the JavaTest harness should check for updates to the exclude list. jck.excludeList.latestAutoCheckInterval=7 ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## How Frequently? ## How frequently should the JavaTest harness check for updates to the exclude list? jck.excludeList.latestAutoCheckMode=everyXDays ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Specify an Exclude List? ## Do you wish to specify an exclude list? jck.excludeList.needExcludeList=Yes ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Keywords ## Specify a keyword expression: jck.keywords.keywords=\!jdwp & \!jvmti & \!jplis & (\!interactive) jck.keywords.keywords.mode=expr jck.keywords.keywords.value=\!jdwp & \!jvmti & \!jplis & (\!interactive) ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Specify Keywords? ## Do you wish to specify a keyword expression to select/reject tests based on keywords contained in each test description? jck.keywords.needKeywords=Yes ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Specify Status? ## Do you wish to select tests to run based on their result in a previous run? jck.priorStatus.needStatus=Yes ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Status ## Specify the prior result status to use to select tests: jck.priorStatus.status=failed error not_run ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Specify Tests to Run? ## Do you wish to run only selected sections of the test suite? jck.tests.needTests=No ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Tests to Run ## Specify the sections of the test suite you wish to run. jck.tests.tests= ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## How to Specify Tests ## Do you wish to specify the tests to be run directly, or do you wish to specify them by means of a list in a file? jck.tests.treeOrFile=tree ## --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ## Time Factor ## Specify a time factor that is applied to each test's default timeout. For example, specifying "2" doubles the time for each test (the default is 1): jck.timeout.timeout=1