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You need to copy the file "qlc-config.xml" from the qlc subdirectory of the workflow designer, into the root directory of your Eclipse installation.
That should fix it - let me know if it doesn't.
This is documented on page 21 of the "Developing custom qpacs" guide.
Yes, I've already done that. Placed the qlc-config.xml in both the Eclipse directory and the currently active (QPAC-)project folder.
Did not fix the exception.
Is it a problem related to JUnit?
Does the 7.0.3 SDK no longer supports JUnit 3.8.x in favor of JUnit 4.x?
It may be some sort of version conflict, but I think more likely versions of libraries, rather than versions of JUnit.
What version of Workflow are you trying to connect to?
Could you please post the entire stack trace you're getting?
Please make sure that the Workflow jar files you've added to the path of your project are the same as the ones that exist in the lib directory of your Workflow Designer.
There is an ant target called copy_libraries" that will help you to copy the required files into a "LIB" directory.
Also, are you able to run the QPACTester - there should be a run target created for you to do this?
Seems as it's some sort of a misconfiguration since I was able to get QPACTester work. Only fully automatic testing using JUnit doesn't work. I'm currently wading through the config files...
Thank you for your help, Howard.