So I was was trying to run pylint and nosetest running on a Jenkins instance; but these python commands tend to return a non zero status code if they see a non zero return code. This is a problem as it means that any further steps are ignored. The most obvious thing to try was this:
pylint src/openhea -f parseable ; true
The problem is that both statements are treated as separate steps so when the first one fails it never does the return true. Instead, and pointed out by a helpful chap in the #efdhack2012 room was to do the following
Last week I attended OBUG Connect Conference, the Oracle Benelux User Group Conference. It was a great conference where I presented about the new to come ADF Mobile Framework. This is not yet Generally Available, but because of the good relationship with Oracle Productmanagement I was able to get hold of some very early sneak peaks so I could prepare a great presentation. I am not
Previously I had looked at preflighting, (1, 2) with Hudson (And Jenkins) but forgot to mention a very important plugin that is essential if you want to convince your developer to preflight there work. The problem is that is the slave allotment/smallholder/farm is busy running other jobs then they are forced to wait before merging.
I have just been fixing a few bugs in the WADL client generator that I have been working on recently. In particular one bug relates to being able to control the server the client uses at deploy time. (WADL-44)
A few weeks ago I wrote about how to highlight related detail records. That solution worked very well, but turned out to be not as fancy as expected. I needed to be able to implement multiple selection in the master as well. That turned out to be not very simple but I managed to end up with having a multi-master / multi-detail implementation. In this post I show you how I did that. First I had to
In my current project I encountered a usability issue. The users where unable to see where the cursor was located. It was flickering, but on a page with ,multiple input components it was very difficult to locate the field where the cursor was located. I decided to help them out and that proofed to be both very simple and in the end very helpful. I used skinning to give the active field a colored
Last week I a had a rather interesting question: Is it possible to highlight related data that is in different af:table components ? Sure you can, so I decided to write a simple example application, and share the knowledge in this post.The use Case.After selecting a row in one table I need to highlight related rows in another table.The implementation.To implement this, I create a page based on
A couple of weeks ago, having gotten annoyed about the amount of boilerplate you need in Java in order to do some very simple XML actions I decided to put something in place that would get me close to the fluency of the Groovy and JScript XML extensions with a very small interface. Indeed the original proposal can be contained in a tweet and the only methods I have added since are parent() and prefix() which doesn't quite fit in the standard 140 characters.