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From Andrew Gaul <g...@apache.org>
Subject Re: how to test swift api in transient mode
Date Fri, 25 Nov 2016 19:03:02 GMT
Aleksandra, you can use both openstack-swift and transient APIs via the
BlobStore interface.  You should only need to change the provider name
from swift to openstack-swift.

On Fri, Nov 25, 2016 at 04:32:57PM +0100, Aleksandra Nowak wrote:
> Hi,
> I'm trying to migrate my code to use jclouds 2.0.0. I changed from
> swift dependency to openstack-swift, so I use SwiftApi object to
> access Swift (instead of BlobStore which I used before). The code
> seems to look fine when I run it on a live cluster.
> 
> But I had unit tests that were using transient mode/container and
> now I cannot make them work.
> 
> I got:
> 
> com.google.inject.ConfigurationException: Guice configuration errors:
> 
> 1) No implementation for org.jclouds.openstack.swift.v1.SwiftApi was bound.
>   while locating org.jclouds.openstack.swift.v1.SwiftApi
> 
> Is transient mode still valid in 2.0? It is listed as possible
> "providerOrApi" in
> org.jclouds.ContextBuilder#newBuilder(java.lang.String). How to use
> it? There is no information about it on documentation pages, wheras
> it still claims that " Write your unit tests without mocking
> complexity or the brittleness of remote connections. Writing tests
> for cloud endpoints is difficult. jclouds provides you with Stub
> connections that simulate a cloud without creating network
> connections." (from
> http://jclouds.apache.org/start/what-is-jclouds/)
> 
> Thank you in advance,
> Aleksandra
> 

-- 
Andrew Gaul
http://gaul.org/

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