How to modify your git credentials when cloning from Git Extensions ?


I installed recently git extensions on Windows . I had to clone a repository located on a distant server.


But I used a wrong login (mywronglogin). Here is the error :

"C:\Program Files (x86)\Git\bin\git.exe" clone -v --recurse-submodules --progress --branch develop "" "D:/my_repo_git"
Cloning into 'D:/my_repo_git/myproject'...
fatal: remote error: FATAL: R any myproject mywronglogin DENIED by fallthru
(or you mis-spelled the reponame)

Unfortunately from the user interface of git extensions it is not possible to modify the credentials !

I have done the following without success

  • Modifying login in git extensions UI
  • Looking for the configuration with my wronglogin in C:/Users/mylogin, the directory of git and git extensions
  • Modifying regedit
  • I tried to uninstall git exensions but after reinstall : i got the same issue !
  • Finally I found out about the credential helper for Windows which can cache git credentials.


I had to unset the cache credential in order to modify this login. Indeed the credentials are stored in the “credentials.helper” to avoid typing them every time. It is a nice feature except when you want you to modify the credentials for some reason.

I had to unset credentials like this :

git config --system --unset credential.helper

Now when you will clone the repo you will be asked for the login/password !
If you were not aware of this feature you can spend quite some time on this problem.


How to call asynchronously web servers with Javascript ?

Problem :

We wanted to display or hide information from more than five web servers when loading a homepage. Instead of waiting until all the servers reply to us ( synchronous method) the customer wanted to see the information as soon as the server would reply. This solution presents a better user experience because the webpage is more responsive.


I will decompose the solution in several parts and explain each steps

  • A HTML/W3.CSS webpage with a button calling the javascript method
  • The Javascript code calling multiple web servers
  • The Javascript class that call a web server
  • The callback method which handle the response of the web server
  • The Javascript function which updates the webpage after obtaining a response from the server.

HTML web page

The html webpage contains a button and a text input. The text input is sent to the web servers when we click the button.

This is a simple example of webpage

The link to my javascript file :

<script type="text/javascript" src="./webserver.js">
<script type="text/javascript" src="./request.js">

When we click on the button we call a javascript function which will use the text content of the input “myinput”.

 <input name="myinput" id="myinput" class="w3-input w3-border w3-light-grey" type="text">
<button class="w3-btn w3-blue-grey" onclick="callWeb()">Load Web Servers</button>

callWeb() is a Javascript function which will retrieve the input value and call web servers.

function callWeb() {
    var input = document.getElementById('myinput'),
       myinput = input.value;
    if (myinput) {
    } else {
       alert('Please enter an input!');

To avoid the error “The character encoding of the HTML document was not declared” : I have added these lines in the HTML :

<meta content="text/html;charset=utf-8" http-equiv="Content-Type">
<meta content="utf-8" http-equiv="encoding">

For information in this example I use W3.CSS for the style. It is a modern CSS framework with built-in responsiveness. It is an equivalent of Bootstrap. More information at

Javascript : Calling multiple web servers

I will present the javascript function which send the request and the callback function which handle the response .

function loadWebServers(input)
    var value1 = input
    var value2 = ''
    var value3 = ''

In this example we call only two web servers. loadWebABC call a web service with XML request. loadWebX call another web service with a JSON request.

function loadWebABC(value1)
MyClassRequest.sendXmlRequest("", "myinput=”+ value1, "callbackWebABC");

When the server replies, the callback will handle the response :

function callbackWebABC(xml)
    var rootInfo = xml.getElementsByTagName("root-info");
    //parse more information

Javascript : Detail of the class that call the web server

XmlHttpRequest is the class used to call distant web servers.

If you use XMLHttpRequest from an extension, you should use it asynchronously. In this case, you receive a callback when the data has been received, which lets the browser continue to work as normal while your request is being handled.

MyClassRequest is the equivalent of a class in Javascript world. It is defined in a file called request.js :

var MyClassRequest = {
	loading : false,

updaters : new Array(),

	Updater : function(request, backFunction, param, isXml, isJson) {
		this.request = request;
		this.backFunction = backFunction;
		this.param = param;
		this.isXml = isXml;
		this.cancelled = false;
		this.isJson = isJson;

	createRequest : function() {
		var request = false;
		try {
			request = new XMLHttpRequest();
		} catch (trymicrosoft) {
			try {
				request = new ActiveXObject("Msxml2.XMLHTTP");
			} catch (othermicrosoft) {
				try {
					request = new ActiveXObject("Microsoft.XMLHTTP");
				} catch (failed) {
					request = false;
		return request;

	sendXmlRequest : function(url, urlParam, backFunction, param) {
		return this
				.sendRequest(url, urlParam, backFunction, param, true, false);

	sendRequest : function(url, urlParam, backFunction, param, isXml, isJson, timeout) {
		 if (typeof(timeout)==='undefined') {
			 timeout = 0;
		var request = this.createRequest();

		if (!request) {
			alert("Request not supported");
			return -1;
		} else {
			var index = this.updaters.length;
			this.updaters[index] = new MyClassRequest.Updater(request,
					backFunction, param, isXml, isJson);"POST", url, true);
			request.onreadystatechange = MyClassRequest.receiveRequest;
			if (timeout != null && timeout > 0) {
				request.timeout = timeout;
				request.ontimeout = MyClassRequest.timeoutRequest;
					"application/x-www-form-urlencoded; charset=UTF-8");

			return index;

As you can see the function sendXmlRequest is a sub function of sendRequest. sendRequest will use the object XMLHttpRequest or an equivalent for microsoft supported browser. This important part in this function is :

request.onreadystatechange = MyClassRequest.receiveRequest;

It is receiveRequest function which will trigger the callback function defined previously.

receiveRequest : function() {
		var stillLoading = false;
		for ( var i = MyClassRequest.updaters.length - 1; i >= 0; i--) {
			var updater = MyClassRequest.updaters[i];
			if (updater != null) {
				if (updater.request.readyState == 4) {
					MyClassRequest.updaters[i] = null;
					if (updater.cancelled == false) {
						if (!updater.request.status == 200) {
							alert("No response from server");
						} else {
                                                        if (updater.backFunction) {
				} else {
					stillLoading = true;

callbackFunction is the function which will actually call our callback function when we receive correctly a response form the distant web server.

function callbackFunction(updater)

var func = new Function("response", "param",
					+ "(response, param)");
	if (updater.isXml) {
		var xml = updater.request.responseXML;
		if (MyClassRequest.checkErrors(xml)) {
			func(false, updater.param);
		} else {
			func(xml, updater.param);
	} else {


Javascript : update the webpage

In the previous callback method we use a function showOrDisplayInfo(). This function will display or hide element in the web page. This is a simplified version of the function but as you can see it modifies an HTML element to show or hide this element.

function showOrDisplayInfo(infoextracted) {
for (var infoin infoextracted)
      var idElementToShow ="elementX"+ infoin;
         show( idElementToShow );

function show(element)
  if (element)

function hide(element)
  if (element)

Difference between join fetch Hsql and standard SQL request.


I stumbled upon a problem with a HSQL request recently(Hibernate SQL language). The application using a Hsql request was not retrieving the information we wanted and we did not know why.

The SQL request retrieving correctly the information

The tables from the database(simplified) :

        ID          NAME    
        122        NAME_X

        MY_ID     MY_NAME       VarA 
        231       NAME_Y        value_expected
        Null      NAME_X        value_expected

This SQL request executed from SQL developer would retrieve the expected outcome from the tables.

t.VarA = 'value_expected' and
a.NAME=t.MY_NAME and (a.ID=t.MY_ID or a.ID is null).

Outcome :

Null           NAME_Y

The different behavior with looking similar HSQL request

The HSQL request( used with entities) in the java code was supposed to give the same results as the previous sql request. Here is the code of the hsql request :

StringBuilder clause = new StringBuilder(
"from MyAlarm a join fetch a.mytable t"
+" where t.VarA = 'value_expected' and"
+"(a.ID=t.MY_ID or a.ID is null)");

The problem when using this hsql request is that some of the request is done through entity objects (from MyAlarm a join fetch a.mytabl). The join is done in the entity class of the Entity MyAlarm :

@Table(name = "MY_ALARM")
@Cache(usage = CacheConcurrencyStrategy.NONE)
public class MyAlarm implements Serializable {
    @Column(name = "NAME")
    private String Name;
    @Column(name = "ID")
    private String Id;

 @ManyToOne(targetEntity=MyTable.class, optional = true, fetch=FetchType.LAZY)
,nullable = true, insertable = false
, updatable = false),
,nullable = true
, insertable = false
, updatable = false)</b>

This following join from the entity will never retrieve the row of the table MY_TABLE where ID is null because there is no ID null in the table ALARM. Therefore this hsql request is not not equivalent to the SQL request above.

Explanation about join fetch

The documentation about join fetch : “14.3. Associations and joins”

A good explanation of the difference between join and join fetch here :

How did I find the solution ?

As i said previously unit testing is the key to find the resolution of coding problems. It enables you to reproduce problems faster and it adds a regression test to your product. More information about unit testing

I reproduced the problem inside a unit test.It helped me a lot to understand the problem and how to solve it. To realise a unit test of hibernate request i use hsqldb,spring framework ,maven,etc..

The solution

I join the two tables “MyAlarm” and “MyTable” with the following conditions. The important part was to add (a.ID=t.MY_ID or a.ID is null). It is a condition necessary to respect the needs of the customer.

<b>select a from MyAlarm a, MyTable t</b> where 
t.VarA = 'value_expected' and
a.NAME=t.MY_NAME (a.ID=t.MY_ID or a.ID is null)

Basic automatic testing of machine learning algorithm in Python


I will present a basic solution to realize automatic testing for machine learning algorithm. There is many languages used for machine learning. Python is one of the most popular language for machine learning.It is not the fastest or the easiest language but it is a general purpose language that does a bit of everything.

I am gonna use the machine learning algorithm made by Michael E Nielsen It is coded in Python. This ebook explains Neural Networks and deep learning with code examples. That’s a really good article to start learning machine learning.

This article explains a machine learning algorithm (neural networks and deep learning) . Michael E Nielsen uses these algorithms to resolve the problem of recognizing handwritten numbers.


I will show the tools i use to code and test in Python language. Then i will present some of my basic unit test to test the code source of Michael E Nielsen. I will also present a short unit test for Stochastic Gradient Descent. Also i will show my solution to launch all Python tests from Jenkins

Develop and test Python code in Eclipse

There are many IDE to code in Python. I chose to use Eclipse with Pydev plugin. I used it because it is free and easy to use. I also use “git” for source control.

Once you have installed Pydev plugin in eclipse, you need to configure eclipse if you would like to run unit tests inside it. One of my problem was to run unit tests inside eclipse.

Neural networks project in Eclipse from the ebook

As you can see from the picture , my unit tests are in a folder called “test”. The “src” folder contains the source code of the neural networks algorithm. My initial problem was that my unit tests could not import the source code. For example I could not import the class Network.

The solution for this problem was to configure eclipse Pydev plugin  like in this link.

Go to the pane of “PyDev – PYTHONPATH” of the python project and add your source code in external libraries.

Configure Pydev to launch unit tests inside Eclipse

Now i can launch the test inside Eclipse.

Create Basic Unit Tests with Python

Assuming you are using version 3.7 you should inform yourself about unittest package from the Python manual .

This is the class i would like to test :

class Network(object):

def __init__(self, sizes):
        """The list ``sizes`` contains the number of neurons in the
        respective layers of the network.  For example, if the list
        was [2, 3, 1] then it would be a three-layer network, with the
        first layer containing 2 neurons, the second layer 3 neurons,
        and the third layer 1 neuron.  The biases and weights for the
        network are initialized randomly, using a Gaussian
        distribution with mean 0, and variance 1.  Note that the first
        layer is assumed to be an input layer, and by convention we
        won't set any biases for those neurons, since biases are only
        ever used in computing the outputs from later layers."""
        self.num_layers = len(sizes)
        self.sizes = sizes
        self.biases = [np.random.randn(y, 1) for y in sizes[1:]]
        self.weights = [np.random.randn(y, x)
                        for x, y in zip(sizes[:-1], sizes[1:])]

I am gonna test only few parts of the class Network and run a testcase from the chapter 1

This is my test class which test the Network class.

import unittest
import network
import mnist_loader

class test_network(unittest.TestCase):
    def testCaseRecognizeHandWrittenDigits(self):
        #loading the MNIST data
        training_data, validation_data, test_data = mnist_loader.load_data_wrapper()
        #set up a Network with 30 hidden neurons
        net = network.Network([784, 30, 10])
        #Finally, we'll use stochastic gradient descent to learn 
        #from the MNIST training_data over 30 epochs, with a mini-batch size of 10, and a learning rate of eta=3.0, 
        epochs = 3#30
        net.SGD(training_data, epochs, 10, 3.0, test_data=test_data)

    def testnetwork(self):
        print "init network"
        size = [784, 30, 10]
        net = network.Network(size)
        # verify the number of items in the collection size
        self.assertEqual(net.num_layers, 3)  

The test “testCaseRecognizeHandWrittenDigits” just launch one testcase of the chapter 1. It does not verify anything. It is checking if everything is compiling but we have no idea if the code is doing something useful.

The test “testnetwork” is a unit test for the object Network. We verify that the number of items is correct. When i launch the tests from eclipse the results are OK :

Run as Python Unittest from Eclipse

As you can see from the previous testcase i just run SGD over three epochs instead of 30.SGD is the method which implements stochastic gradient descent.

System Test of Stochastic Gradient Descent algorithm

Now i am gonna test SGD of the object Network2 of the code source.

In practice, stochastic gradient descent(SGD) is a commonly used and powerful technique for learning in neural networks, and it’s the basis for most of the learning techniques we’ll develop in this book.

The unit test I have created will tell us if the algorithm detect  handwritten numbers with more than 90% accuracy.

class test_network2(unittest.TestCase):
    def testCaseRecognizeHandWrittenDigits(self):
        #loading the MNIST data
        training_data, validation_data, test_data = mnist_loader.load_data_wrapper()
        #set up a Network with 30 hidden neurons
        net = network2.Network([784, 30, 10], cost=network2.CrossEntropyCost)
        #We set the learning rate to eta and we train for 3 epochs
        epochs = 3# for speed i chose 3 instead of 30
        global_evaluation_data = net.SGD(training_data, epochs, 10, 0.5, evaluation_data=test_data, monitor_evaluation_cost=True,monitor_evaluation_accuracy=True,monitor_training_cost=True, monitor_training_accuracy=True)
        total_accuracy_training_data = global_evaluation_data[1]
        # verify that accuracy of training data for all epoch is superiori to 90%
        for accuracy in total_accuracy_training_data :
            print accuracy
            percentage = accuracy / 10000.0
            print percentage
            self.assertGreater(percentage, 0.9, "accuracy must be superior to 90 percent for all epoch")

As you can see from the code the methode SGD returns the accuracy of the training data and also evaluation data. In the code I am just verifying that for all epochs the accuracy of the detection of handwritten images is superior to 90%. And this verification is done just for training data.

This is just an example of unit test for machine learning algorithm. By testing everyday this testcase with Jenkins , we verify that any modification in our algorithm won’t diminish the accuracy of the detection.

Here a caption of the result when i run the unit test from eclipse :

The accuracy of the training data for all epochs is superior to 90%

How to run Python tests from Jenkins ?

To launch all Python tests of the project everyday I use Jenkins and nose2.

On Ubuntu it is easy to install Nose2. Follow the instructions of this link .

Once nose2 is installed just go to the top directory of your python project for a test. Launch nose2 to run all the Python tests of your project. To give an example of the result with Neural Networks unit tests i have previously created :

All four tests i have created have been run with success

Finally create a new job from Jenkins.Configure the job to get the code from a git repository(for instance) and then launch all tests with nose2. See this link for more information about nose2 and Jenkins integration :


We can imagine many more tests for Neural Networks algorithm. We could test if the algorithm is learning fast or slow. We could check problems such as overfitting, underfitting, etc…

This article about TDD machine learning can give us more ideas about what to verify in our machine learning algorithms :

I may do another post later for more unit tests for these machine learning algorithms.




Mock HibernateTemplate with Mockito


Mockito is a useful Java library to create mock Objects for Java Unit Testing.

I used the framework Mockito in order to test objects difficult to test otherwise such as Struts method, Servlet, Hibernate , etc…

HibernateTemplate object to mock

This is the legacy code i wanted to test with Mockito. HibernateTemplate is a deprecated class but it is still used in this code.

Package com.dao.myclass;

import org.springframework.dao.DataAccessException;

import com.dao.ImyDAO;
import com.dao.exception.MyException;
import com.dao.myEntity;
import com.util.Logger;

public class MyHibernateImpl extends HibernateDaoSupport implements ImyDAO {

    public myEntity getMyEntity(String myNumber) throws MyException {
        try {
            if (myNumber == null) {
                        .error("myNumber : " + myNumber);
                return null;
            if (myNumber != null && myNumber.length() > 1) {
            myEntity thismyentity = (myEntity) getHibernateTemplate().get("com.dao.myEntity", myNumber);
            return thismyentity;
        } catch (final DataAccessException e) {
            throw new MyException("error.CodeMyEntity", e);


The line of code i had to difficulty to test without Mockito :

myEntity thismyentity = (myEntity) getHibernateTemplate().get("com.dao.myEntity", myNumber);

The code for myEntity :

@Table (name="MY_TABLE")
public class myEntity implements Serializable {

    private static final long serialVersionUID = 5447862515324364L;

    private String myNumber;

    @Column (name="MYCOLUMN")
    private String myColumn;

    public String getmyNumber() {
        return myNumber;
    public void setmyNumber(String myNumber) {
        this.myNumber = myNumber;
    public String getmyColumn() {
        return myColumn;
    public void setmyColumn(String myColumn) {
        this.myColumn = myColumn;

Mock the object HibernateTemplate

I need to mock the object HibernateTemplate in order to test this function. Here is my test class with Junit :

public class TestMyHibernateImpl {

    HibernateTemplate mockTemplate;

I used the annotation @Mock for the creation of a mock object of HibernateTemplate. To use @Mock it is necessary to initialise MockitoAnnotations :

    public void initMocks() {

This is how I test the function getMyEntity:

    public void testCasEntityReturned() throws MyException {

        myEntity entity = new myEntity();
        String myNumber = "S54564121SD”;
        String myColumnValue = "myColumn";

        (Mockito.doReturn(entity).when(mockTemplate)).get("com.dao.myEntity", myNumber);
<b>// I tell Mockito to return an entity when this code is used later in getMyEntity(..)</b>

        MyHibernateImpl myColumn = new MyHibernateImpl();
        myEntity thismyentity = myColumn.getMyEntity(myNumber);
        Assert.assertEquals(myNumber, thismyentity.getmyNumber());
        Assert.assertEquals(myColumnValue, thismyentity.getmyColumn());


SQLLOADER has “ORA-01722: Number not valid ” with CSV File

The problem

While importing a csv file with sql loader i has this error :

Record 1: Rejected - Error on table MY_TABLE, column MY_COLUMN3 .
ORA-01722: Number not valid

Record 2: Rejected - Error on table MY_TABLE, column MY_COLUMN3 .
ORA-01722: Number not valid

  1 Row successfully loaded.
  11 Rows not loaded due to data errors.
  0 Rows not loaded because all WHEN clauses were failed.
  0 Rows not loaded because all fields were null.

I spent hours on this problems .

My configuration

My CTL file :


My table :

       ID                           NUMBER GENERATED BY DEFAULT AS IDENTITY,            
          MY_COLUMN1             FLOAT                      NOT NULL ,                 
MY_COLUMN2             FLOAT                      NOT NULL,
MY_COLUMN3             FLOAT                      NOT NULL,                 
    PCTFREE 10                                                                           

My CSV file :


The solution

First i checked what the error meant :

This error can mean there are blanks in the file but after checking the csv file there was none. However I noticed the last column MY_COLUMN3 causing problems had negative values. But according to oracle documentation the type Oracle FLOAT can handle negative values. And the ctl was correctly configured to handle negative values with MY_COLUMN3 DECIMAL EXTERNAL. So what is going on ?

Finally i discovered that after manually modifying the CSV file in the unix server the problem was solved ! So i figure out the problem was not coming from ctl file but from the csv file.

After many trials and errors I found out the file was a dos file

vi /data/myfile.csv
</data/myfile.csv" [noeol][dos] 13L, 832C

Actually this csv file is a file coming from Excel document on Windows and being transferred to the unix server.

So I tried the command dostounix and it fixes my issue !!!

Automate Unit testing of Javascripts with Karma Runner

The problem :

Working on TDD/BDD method with Javascripts is more tricky than with Java language. In the Java world you have Junit to test your unit tests and maven to execute all of them and create easily reports in Jenkins. In the Javascript world  the equivalent to run Junit is Qunit,Jasmine, Mocha . There is more tools because there is more complexity and these tools do not work perfectly . Not only you have different style of Unit testing but also different Test runner too. In Java you used just the one given by default.

Initially I was using Qunit with a maven plugin to run the tests. But it meant i could not use Jasmine 2 or Mocha. Qunit has limitations too that’s why i moved to Jasmine 2.0.

Now I use Karma test runner to run the Jasmine Unit Tests . But i can also run Qunit tests if I would like to. Karma is really flexible and can also run Mocha. It can also exclude or include some files to test them.  The other complexity of Javascript testing is the browser. Indeed Javascript can be run inside the Chrome,Firefox, Internet Explorer Browsers . For CI testing I used a headless browser called PhantomJs.

Also, Karma has a plugin to analyse Javascript code coverage.
This is the  best generic tool runner i found so far to run Javascript unit tests.

The solution :

I will present the solution I implemented to launch Javascript tests from Jenkins platform. Karma is launched From Jenkins. Also Karma is configured to find Javascripts Jasmine tests and generate a Junit report style, code coverage report.

Realise Unit test with Jasmine 2.0

You need to write specification .spec file describing the test. Example for CommonUtilSpec.js

describe("CommonUtil", function() {

it("trim testing ", function() {
var trimmed = trimFunc('tri');



The documentation for Jasmine 2 :

Install tools on the Jenkins machine

Install Node.js like in this link :

Get as well yeoman and bower to get javascript packages

NOTE : Bower is an equivalent de maven for javascript

Configure Karma configuration for Jenkins

I have used the following link to configure Karma for Jenkins The configuration for Karma of this link have compilation errors.

I have installed EnvInject in order to specify some environment variables for Jenkins.

Configure Karma for Jenkins. I have used the information for the junit reporter at . It does junit style unit test reporting. It is very practical. I have also used the coverage plugin in order to know which part of the code have been tested .

The content of my file :

module.exports = function(config) {

// base path that will be used to resolve all patterns (eg. files, exclude)
basePath: '',

// frameworks to use
// available frameworks:
frameworks: ['jasmine'],

// list of files / patterns to load in the browser
files: [

// list of files to exclude
exclude: [

// preprocess matching files before serving them to the browser
// available preprocessors:
preprocessors: {
'/myproject/src/main/**/*.js' : ['coverage']

// test results reporter to use
// possible values: 'dots', 'progress'
// available reporters:

reporters: ['progress', 'junit','coverage'],

// the default configuration
junitReporter: {
outputDir: '', // results will be saved as $outputDir/$browserName.xml
outputFile: 'test_jasmine_js.xml', // if included, results will be saved as $outputDir/$browserName/$outputFile
suite: '', // suite will become the package name attribute in xml testsuite element
useBrowserName: true, // add browser name to report and classes names
nameFormatter: undefined, // function (browser, result) to customize the name attribute in xml testcase element
classNameFormatter: undefined, // function (browser, result) to customize the classname attribute in xml testcase element
properties: {} // key value pair of properties to add to the section of the report

// web server port
port: 9876,

// enable / disable colors in the output (reporters and logs)
colors: true,

// level of logging
// possible values: config.LOG_DISABLE || config.LOG_ERROR || config.LOG_WARN || config.LOG_INFO || config.LOG_DEBUG
logLevel: config.LOG_INFO,

// enable / disable watching file and executing tests whenever any file changes
autoWatch: true,

// start these browsers
// available browser launchers:
browsers: ['PhantomJS'],

plugins : [

// Continuous Integration mode
// if true, Karma captures browsers, runs the tests and exits
singleRun: true,

// Concurrency level
// how many browser should be started simultaneous
concurrency: Infinity

Configure and launch Jenkins

I configured jenkins to launch karma with shell script plugin. This solution is not optimized because the npm plugins are being installed at each launch. These plugins should be installed once.

npm install karma-jasmine --save-dev
npm install jasmine-core --save-dev
npm install karma-phantomjs-launcher --save-dev
npm install karma-junit-reporter --save-dev
npm install karma-jasmine-html-reporter --save-dev
npm install karma-html-reporter --save-dev
cp /home/myuser/myapp my.jenkins.conf.js .
karma start my.jenkins.conf.js

Here is a picture of the configuration in Jenkins :


Once you have finished the configuration, launch the tests. The result of the report should look like that


The plugin coverage is really neat and show in details where the test were not covered  :




Error 1 : No provider for “framework:jasmine”! (Resolving: framework:jasmine
Correction : npm install karma-jasmine –save-dev

Error 2 : Error: Cannot find module ‘jasmine-core’
Correction : -npm install ‘jasmine-core –save-dev

Error 3 : Cannot load browser “PhantomJS”: it is not registered! Perhaps you are missing some plugin?
Correction: npm install karma-phantomjs-launcher –save-dev

Error 4 : Can not load reporter “junit”,

plugins : [

Error 5 : Cannot find plugin “karma-junit-reporter
Correction: -npm install ‘karma-junit-reporter –save-dev

Error 6 : reporter.junit Cannot write JUnit xml
Problem was specific to where my conf file was located.The fix was to copy the conf file locally in working directory of the slave.