Changes between Version 23 and Version 24 of Handler-Testing

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03/05/13 09:57:27 (6 years ago)
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    4545'''NOTE:''' Many handlers (BEN, LEARN, NLR, Euca-net) require credentials for logging into the equipment to perform actions. You should define a properties file containing credentials (typically containing properties like 'router.username', 'router.password' etc, although the exact property names depend on the handler) and pass its name as the credentials property to the handler by adding -D<provider>.credentials=<absolute path to the properties file>. More information on names of properties that specify filenames with credentials can be found [wiki:authorityActors here]. 
    46 == Testing handlers with NA components == 
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     47== Testing handlers with NA components (Obsolete) == 
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    4849 0. Let $ORCA_ROOT be the root of your orca source tree. Edit build.properties in the appropriate handler directory to reflect the correct IP address of the node agent and the substrate locations. For example, look at the build.properties for BEN gec7 demo handler in $ORCA_ROOT/controllers/ben/resources/handlers/controllers/ben/gec7 . master.service.location needs to contain the correct IP address for the node agent machine.