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Post: testcase can't pass,Don't know why

testcase can't pass,Don't know why
guotong1988
Oct 30, 2014
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package org.voltdb.regressionsuites;

import java.io.IOException;

import org.voltdb.BackendTarget;
import org.voltdb.VoltTable;
import org.voltdb.client.Client;
import org.voltdb.client.ClientResponse;
import org.voltdb.compiler.VoltProjectBuilder;

public class TestMaxJoinSuite extends RegressionSuite {

	static final Class<?>[] PROCEDURES = {};

	public TestMaxJoinSuite(String name) {
		super(name);
	}

	public void testMaxJoin() throws Exception {
		final Client client = this.getClient();

		ClientResponse resp = null;

		StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
		for (int i = 0; i < 100; i++) {
			sb.append("insert into t");
			sb.append(i);
			sb.append(" values (1, 1)");
			resp = client.callProcedure(sb.toString());
			sb.setLength(0);
			assertEquals(ClientResponse.SUCCESS, resp.getStatus());
		}

		sb = new StringBuilder("select * from ");
		for (int i = 0; i < 100; i++) {
			sb.append("t");
			sb.append(i);
			if (i != 99) {
				sb.append(",");
			}
		}

		resp = client.callProcedure("@AdHoc", sb.toString());
		assertEquals(ClientResponse.SUCCESS, resp.getStatus());

		assertEquals(1, resp.getResults().length);
		VoltTable results = resp.getResults()[0];

		System.out.println(results.getRowCount());
		System.out.println(results.getColumnCount());
		System.out.println(results.fetchRow(0).getLong(0));

		assertEquals(10, results.getRowCount());
		assertEquals(2, results.getColumnCount());
		assertEquals(0, results.fetchRow(0).getLong(0));
	}

	static public junit.framework.Test suite() {
		VoltServerConfig config = null;
		final MultiConfigSuiteBuilder builder = new MultiConfigSuiteBuilder(
				TestMaxJoinSuite.class);

		final VoltProjectBuilder project = new VoltProjectBuilder();


		try {
			// a table that should generate procedures
			// use column names such that lexical order != column order.

			StringBuilder sb = new StringBuilder();
			for (int i = 0; i < 100; i++) {
				sb.append("create table t");
				sb.append(i);
				sb.append("(b1 INTEGER NOT NULL, a2 INTEGER NOT NULL, PRIMARY KEY (b1))");
				project.addLiteralSchema(sb.toString());
				// project.addPartitionInfo("p1", "b1");
				sb.setLength(0);
			}

		} catch (IOException error) {
			fail(error.getMessage());
		}

		// JNI
		config = new LocalCluster("testMax-onesite.jar", 1, 1, 0,
				BackendTarget.NATIVE_EE_JNI);
		boolean t1 = config.compile(project);
		assertTrue(t1);
		builder.addServerConfig(config);

		// CLUSTER
		config = new LocalCluster("testMax-cluster.jar", 2, 3, 1,
				BackendTarget.NATIVE_EE_JNI);
		boolean t2 = config.compile(project);
		assertTrue(t2);
		builder.addServerConfig(config);

		return builder;
	}
}



in this line : assertTrue(t1);

It seems that the compling fails.
Oh,I find the solution
guotong1988
Oct 31, 2014
It is a VoltCompilerException:no semicolon found