Elasticsearch Maven plugin on GitHub

If anyone is interested in using a Maven plugin to run Elasticsearch for
integration testing, I just published one on GitHub:
https://github.com/alexcojocaru/elasticsearch-maven-plugin.

It is an alternative to starting a node through the code.

The readme should provide enough information, but let me know if something
is missing or not clear enough.
It uses ES v0.90.7, but it can be easily updated to the latest ES version
by changing the dependency version in the pom.xml file.

alex

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Hey Alex

That's great! I started a project like this some months ago but did not find enough time to finish it.
Thanks for sharing it!

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Le 17 janvier 2014 at 01:44:26, AlexC (acojocaru@pingidentity.com) a écrit:

If anyone is interested in using a Maven plugin to run Elasticsearch for integration testing, I just published one on GitHub:
https://github.com/alexcojocaru/elasticsearch-maven-plugin.

It is an alternative to starting a node through the code.

The readme should provide enough information, but let me know if something is missing or not clear enough.
It uses ES v0.90.7, but it can be easily updated to the latest ES version by changing the dependency version in the pom.xml file.

alex

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You are very welcome, David.

I believe the project is pretty much complete, for it also contains tests
which exercise the mojos.
As mentioned already, it depends on an ES version which is already old. I
will try to keep it up to date, but contributions of any sort are more than
welcome.

alex

On Fri, Jan 17, 2014 at 2:54 AM, David Pilato david@pilato.fr wrote:

Hey Alex

That's great! I started a project like this some months ago but did not
find enough time to finish it.
Thanks for sharing it!

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Le 17 janvier 2014 at 01:44:26, AlexC (acojocaru@pingidentity.com//acojocaru@pingidentity.com)
a écrit:

If anyone is interested in using a Maven plugin to run Elasticsearch for
integration testing, I just published one on GitHub:
https://github.com/alexcojocaru/elasticsearch-maven-plugin.

It is an alternative to starting a node through the code.

The readme should provide enough information, but let me know if something
is missing or not clear enough.
It uses ES v0.90.7, but it can be easily updated to the latest ES version
by changing the dependency version in the pom.xml file.

alex

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Hi Good plugin . . I tried to run it but it start and then stop once pom
execution is finished. How can we modify plugin to keep it running once
started. My intention is to use this plugin for demo installations. so i
can install elastic search node and start it on any machine for my demo.

On Friday, 17 January 2014 06:14:22 UTC+5:30, AlexC wrote:

If anyone is interested in using a Maven plugin to run Elasticsearch for
integration testing, I just published one on GitHub:
https://github.com/alexcojocaru/elasticsearch-maven-plugin.

It is an alternative to starting a node through the code.

The readme should provide enough information, but let me know if something
is missing or not clear enough.
It uses ES v0.90.7, but it can be easily updated to the latest ES version
by changing the dependency version in the pom.xml file.

alex

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Here's my suggestion:

modify StartElasticsearchNodeMojo#execute() and, right before the method
returns (ie. after the ES node is started) read a System property called
"waitIndefinitely". If the property is set, then wait indefinitely (see
below for details), else continue the execution.
You will have to provide that property when running maven, like mvn clean
verify -DwaitIndefinitely, for the plugin to wait indefinitely.

I hope that helps. Let me now if you need additional help.

To wait indefinitely:
see the waitIndefinitely() method in
http://svn.apache.org/viewvc/tomcat/maven-plugin/tags/tomcat-maven-plugin-2.0/tomcat7-maven-plugin/src/main/java/org/apache/tomcat/maven/plugin/tomcat7/run/AbstractRunMojo.java?view=markup

alex

On Thu, Dec 4, 2014 at 2:13 AM, Chetan Padhye chetanpadhye@gmail.com
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Hi Good plugin . . I tried to run it but it start and then stop once pom
execution is finished. How can we modify plugin to keep it running once
started. My intention is to use this plugin for demo installations. so i
can install elastic search node and start it on any machine for my demo.

On Friday, 17 January 2014 06:14:22 UTC+5:30, AlexC wrote:

If anyone is interested in using a Maven plugin to run Elasticsearch for
integration testing, I just published one on GitHub:
https://github.com/alexcojocaru/elasticsearch-maven-plugin.

It is an alternative to starting a node through the code.

The readme should provide enough information, but let me know if
something is missing or not clear enough.
It uses ES v0.90.7, but it can be easily updated to the latest ES version
by changing the dependency version in the pom.xml file.

alex

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