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This module should make it significantly easier for implementation to test out Alphas, Betas, and Release Candidates. This can be used by implementations that are thinking about moving from one version to another.
The goal is to test the latest code in the alpha/beta/RC with your actual database and actual modules.
Modules and a sampling of test data are copied from the production environment into the second system (the alpha/beta/RC to test).
The user is now able to do tasks in the new system to make sure they are all working as they should.
This module works with OpenMRS 1.6.0 and above.
It's as easy as:
At this point the new OpenMRS will automatically fetch 100 patients worth of data from your production machine, as well as all its module omod files.
The globalproperty/setting releasetestinghelper.maxPatientCount controls the number of patients sent to the new system. The default is 100.
If you experience "java.sql.SQLException: Cannot convert value '0000-00-00 00:00:00' from column x to TIMESTAMP" you need to append &zeroDateTimeBehavior=convertToNull to connection.url in openmrs-runtime.properties. See http://stackoverflow.com/questions/782823/handling-datetime-values-0000-00-00-000000-in-jdbc
If you get this error message: "The process terminated abnormally while adding test data." You may need to increase the value for max_allowed_packet in the runtime properties file. If you are using the standalone, it already exists as server.max_allowed_packet. So you could start by doubling its current value, and then restart the test server to try again.
File feature requests and bug reports in the JIRA project for this module: RELTEST
A video recording of how to use this module: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=71F7QfQ6PnY&list=UUO-SzHNz1WObfXECRJpnr8A&index=3&feature=plcp