Update 24th of August: The remaining openings in the beta group has now been filled. Thanks for your interest!
Detroubulator, our tool for automated unit testing of XI mapping programs, is now complete. It will be released under the GNU General Public License on October 17th, coinciding with the SDN Day in Amsterdam. Before the release, though, we’ve planned a closed beta test, starting early September and ending late September. We still have openings in the beta group, so if you’d like to join the beta test, read on. If you want to learn more about the tool, please read SDN Day Amsterdam session proposal: Unit testing XI mappings with Detroubulator.
What are the beta requirements?
To run the beta, you need to have access to an XI 3.0 server. You also need to have a Java 5 runtime and the SAP JCo libraries installed on your computer.
How can I join?
If you’d like to join the beta group, don’t hesitate to send me an email (mnw AT applicon DOT dk) with the subject line “Detroubulator beta”. Please include a few lines about who you are and why you’d like to join. Please make sure that I receive your email no later than August 25th.
When will you guys get back to me?
The beta testers will receive further information towards the end of August. The actual beta release will be distributed during the first week of September.
Can I share the beta with my friends and colleagues?
We want to make sure that the first publicly available version is the best it can be, so we kindly ask you to not distribute the beta release.
The small print
The Detroubulator beta version is distributed under the GNU General Public License. Please be aware that this means the software comes with no warranty whatsoever (please refer to the full text of the license, included with the beta distribution, for the exact license terms).