Validating newly compiled units no source code is available

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The database system might process the information request received in the query and send to the user information relevant to the request.Conventional database systems use software applications to handle and process many different user requests.

But when I look in my eclipse project in my maven dependencies I only see xml files and no java files for my Jar-4.0BTW, regardless if I run the maven build inside eclipse or outside, it complains that there is no source code for classes that should be found in my Jar-4.0 Here is the actual error message: [INFO] [gwt:compile ] [INFO] auto discovered modules [com.noesis.calendar.events.In some development methodologies, before a developer can deploy the new source code, the developer must submit, or check-in, the new source code on a shared development server to be compiled and tested.Unfortunately, compiling and testing complicated source code may result in errors, or breakages.The ability to provide a remote server for changelist uploads, automated source code compilations, automated test executions, and the automatic return of results, tends to enable developers to quickly and efficiently make source code design changes and avoid to build breakages. A method for validating source code changes prior to submission to a source control system, the method comprising the steps of: receiving, at a server machine from a remote developer machine, at least one source code change for validation before submission to a source control system; building, via a pre-check-in validation system associated with the server machine, an application that includes the at least one source code change for validation before submission to a source control system; testing, via the pre-check-in validation system associated with the server machine, the application that includes the at least one source code change for validation prior to submission to a source control system; and sending, notification of building and testing results of the at least one source code change, from the pre-check-in validation system to the developer machine. The method of claim 1, further comprising: automatically submitting the at least one source code change to a source control system of the pre-check-in validation system if the building and testing of the application that includes the at least one source code change is successful. The method of claim 2, wherein automatically submitting the at least one source code change is based on developer credentials. The method of claim 1, wherein the at least one source code change for validation before submission to a source control system is included in a changelist of source code changes. The method of claim 1, wherein the step of testing uses functional tests to verify the application performs as expected. The method of claim 1, wherein the step of testing uses tests organized into test suites. The method of claim 1, wherein the step of testing uses functional tests organized into test suites. The method of claim 1, wherein the pre-check-in validation system includes an automated build environment configured to automatically build and test source code before submission to a source control system. The method of claim 1, wherein the developer machine remotely sends to a server machine associated with a pre-check-in validation system, functional tests for testing the application before submission to a source control system. The method of claim 1, wherein the step of building is executed automatically by the pre-check-in validation system. The method of claim 1, wherein the step of testing is executed automatically by the pre-check-in validation system. The method of claim 1, wherein the steps of building and testing are executed automatically by the pre-check-in validation system. The method of claim 1, further comprising: automatically submitting the at least one source code change to a source control system of the pre-check-in validation system if the building and testing of the application that includes the at least one source code change is successful, wherein automatically submitting the at least one source code change is based on developer credentials, and wherein the pre-check-in validation system includes an automated build environment configured to automatically build and test source code before submission to a source control system, the building and testing are executed automatically by the pre-check-in validation system, the at least one source code change for validation before submission to a source control system is included in a changelist of source code changes, the testing uses functional tests organized into test suites, and the developer machine remotely sends to a server machine associated with a pre-check-in validation system, functional tests for testing the application before submission to a source control system. A computer-readable medium storing one or more sequences of instructions for causing one or more processors to implement a method for validating source code changes prior to submission to a source control system, the method comprising the steps of: receiving, at a server machine from a remote developer machine, at least one source code change for validation before submission to a source control system; building, via a pre-check-in validation system associated with the server machine, an application that includes the at least one source code change for validation before submission to a source control system; testing, via the pre-check-in validation system, the application that includes the at least one source code change for validation before submission to a source control system; and sending, notification of building and testing results of the at least one source code change from the pre-check-in validation system to the developer machine. The computer readable medium of claim 14, the method further comprising: automatically submitting the at least one source code change to a source control system of the pre-check-in validation system if the building and testing of the application that includes the at least one source code change is successful. The computer readable medium of claim 14, further comprising: automatically submitting the at least one source code change to a source control system of the pre-check-in validation system if the building and testing of the application that includes the at least one source code change is successful, wherein the automatically submitting of the at least one source code change is based on developer credentials, and wherein the pre-check-in validation system includes an automated build environment configured to automatically build and test source code before submission to a source control system, the building and testing are executed automatically by the pre-check-in validation system, the at least one source code change for validation before submission to a source control system is included in a changelist of source code changes, the testing uses functional tests organized into test suites, and the developer machine remotely sends to a server machine associated with a pre-check-in validation system, functional tests for testing the application before submission to a source control system. A validation system for validating source code changes prior to submission to a source control system, the validation system comprising: a processor system; volatile memory; and non-volatile memory including at least one machine readable medium carrying one or more sequences of instructions causing the processor system to implement a method comprising the steps of: receiving, at a server machine from a remote developer machine, at least one source code change for validation before submission to a source control system; building, via a pre-check-in validation system associated with the server machine, an application that includes the at least one source code change for validation before submission to a source control system; testing, via the pre-check-in validation system, the application that includes the at least one source code change for validation before submission to a source control system; and sending, notification of building and testing results of the at least one source code change from the pre-check-in validation system to the developer machine. The system of claim 17 which, if the building and testing of the application of the at least one source code changes is successful, automatically submits the at least one source code change to a source control system of the pre-check-in validation system. The system of claim 17, further comprising: automatically submitting the at least one source code change to a source control system of the pre-check-in validation system if the building and testing of the application that includes the at least one source code change is successful, wherein the automatically submitting of the at least one source code change is based on developer credentials, wherein the pre-check-in validation system includes an automated build environment configured to automatically build and test source code before submission to a source control system, the building and testing are executed automatically by the pre-check-in validation system, the at least one source code change for validation before submission to a source control system is included in a changelist of source code changes, the testing uses functional tests organized into test suites, and the developer machine remotely sends to a server machine associated with a pre-check-in validation system, functional tests for testing the application before submission to a source control system. 48-31/349PROV), the entire contents of which are incorporated herein by reference.A portion of the disclosure of this patent document contains material which is subject to copyright protection.

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The copyright owner has no objection to the facsimile reproduction by anyone of the patent document or the patent disclosure, as it appears in the Patent and Trademark Office patent file or records, but otherwise reserves all copyright rights whatsoever. ______ entitled, METHODS AND SYSTEMS FOR VALIDATING CHANGES SUBMITTED TO A SOURCE CONTROL SYSTEM, by Yerkes et al., filed ______ (Attorney Docket No. The present invention relates generally to computer systems and more specifically to validating changes submitted to a source control system.