Remove inspectITJMeter project

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We should remove the inspectIT JMeter project from the main source code. If we do want to have this, we should put it into a seperate one (like the regression test).

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Patrice Bouillet
January 8, 2016, 7:58 AM

Fine for me. I will remove it for now and we should have another ticket to create the repository in the inspectit-labs organisation and set it up accordingly (as currently we do have project dependencies which won't work anymore. Thus we need to change the approach here)

Stefan Siegl
January 8, 2016, 7:20 AM

I would remove it from core and move it as an own project to the inspectIT-labs organisation. I think this is meaningful as we will not guarantee that this driver is really always up and working.

Patrice Bouillet
January 7, 2016, 2:58 PM

So we remove it from the core repository, create a new one and create a new Jenkins job to build this? Or do you want to keep the structure as is? (because no matter what we do with this, I would remove it from the repo nonetheless).

Stefan Siegl
January 7, 2016, 2:07 PM

I agree that it feels strange to have it in the same project as it is not the core of inspectIT. The reason why we had it this way was to see quickly when stuff breaks the jmeter sampler. This is due to a strong bundling of the jmeter sampler with code from the UI (the sampler re-uses some of the classes). I fear that if we lose the direct watch, the sampler will be non-functional in the near future.

I propose thus to have a small jenkins job to build the jmeter sampler with every integration too. This would be a simple thing and provides us with the necessary safety. agreed?

Patrice Bouillet
January 7, 2016, 1:23 PM

: Do you have anything against removing this right now? If we want to use it somehow again, we could go back and copy it over to some other repository for instance.

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Patrice Bouillet

Reporter

Patrice Bouillet

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Stefan Siegl