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7.5 Testing the business processes
Once the migrated application is deployed to the test server, you should test that
the application behaves correctly and that its function is the same as the original
application. Section 6.2.7, “Testing the deployed application” on page 210,
describes the main scenarios of the application, and you should test that the
migrated application still functions the same way.
Test that:
򐂰 The approval process of the migrated applications works as described in
“Testing the approval process” on page 210.
򐂰 The mass update process of the migrated applications works as described in
“Testing the mass update process” on page 215.
7.6 Preparing the application for deployment
After we have successfully deployed and tested the scenario and its components
under the WebSphere Studio Application Developer Integration Edition V5.1 test
environment, we need take to export the projects from WebSphere Studio and
make them ready for deployment.
7.6.1 Deployment to a server environment without Cloudscape™
If you will be deploying your business processes to a server environment that
does not include the Cloudscape datastore system, you need to remove the data
maps currently created for the Cloudscape datastore. For example, if you deploy
the processes to a server environment that uses DB2 as its database, as we
describe in Chapter 8, “Deploying sample on WebSphere Business Integration
Server Foundation” on page 271, it is necessary to make the following changes:
1. Switch to the J2EE perspective in WebSphere Studio.
2. Expand the EJB project containing your generated process code; in our case
this is AggServiceMigrationV5EJB.
3. Expand the Maps section of the EJB project, right-click the Cloudscape
entry, and select Delete.
4. Delete both the map and the schema.
Note: This step is also detailed in the WebSphere Application Server v5.1
Release Notes, found in the WebSphere Application Server v5.1 Information
Center.

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