Tasks #2400

Generator API for a single RST type

Added by J. Wienke almost 6 years ago. Updated over 5 years ago.

Status:ResolvedStart date:10/09/2015
Priority:NormalDue date:
Assignee:H. Oestreich% Done:

100%

Category:-
Target version:0.1

Description

  • frequency
  • user-defined payload (size)

rst.classification.ClassifiedRegion2D


g = new Generator();
g.addPayload(new Payload() {sfsdfsdf}.setTiming(new GridTiming(1Hz, 100 Hz, 10Hz)));
g.addPayload(new Payload() {sfsdfsdf}.setTiming(new GridTiming(1Hz, 100 Hz, 10Hz)));
g.execute();


Subtasks

Tasks #2407: Create Test Program which uses the APIResolvedH. Oestreich

History

#1 Updated by J. Wienke almost 6 years ago

  • Description updated (diff)

#2 Updated by H. Oestreich almost 6 years ago

  • % Done changed from 0 to 30

First version has been implemented and uploaded to the repo.
No evaluation and tests done yet. Will be done next week.

#3 Updated by H. Oestreich almost 6 years ago

The current implementation looks like this:

final Generator generator = new Generator();

//Generation of the RST Object
[...]

// Generation of the payload
final Payload payload = new Payload() {};
payload.setData(clRe2D); // clRe2D = RST Object from Type ClassifiedRegion2D
payload.setScope(new Scope(scope));
final TimingGrid tg = new TimingGrid();
tg.addEntryAtEnd(new FrequencyDuration(1000, 15));
tg.addEntryAtEnd(new FrequencyDuration(5000, 30));
payload.setTiming(tg);

// Adding the generated payload to the generator and executing it
generator.addPayload(payload);
generator.execute();

This does not exactly look like what Johannes proposed in the ticket, but it has been tested successfully.
I did take a look at the Google Protocol Buffers / RST Generated Java Files, but I was not able to adapt my implementation to that style yet.

#4 Updated by H. Oestreich almost 6 years ago

  • Status changed from New to In Progress

The API now got as simple as:

final Generator generator = new Generator();
generator.addTestPhase(createFrequencyScalingPhase());
generator.execute();

And and example for the creation of a test Phase:

final SimplePhase rpcCapture = new SimplePhase();
rpcCapture.setTiming(new OneTimeExecutionTiming());
rpcCapture.setTransaction(new RPCTransaction("capture",
      new Event(Long.class, new Long(0)),
      Factory.getInstance().createRemoteServer(scope)));
generator.addTestPhase(rpcCapture);

Waiting for the release of version 0.1 before closing this ticket.

#5 Updated by H. Oestreich over 5 years ago

  • Status changed from In Progress to Resolved

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