I’m able to run the Simulations on the command line and the Recorder on Eclipse but whenever I try to run Engine.scala on Eclipse I get the Output
“There is no simulation script. Please check that your scripts are in user-files/simulations”
(which is actually a message valid only for the bundle as the simulations files should be in src\test\scala according to the documentation and the IDEPathHelper).
I already checked any similar problem on Stack Overflow and on the Gatling group but couldn’t find a solution. I also put the simulations folder in different positions of the project but had no luck so far.
Here are the specs of the software I’m using:
- Eclipse IDE EE : Version: 2018-09 (4.9.0)
- JDK : jdk1.8.0_201
- Scala IDE : 4.7.x
- Maven Integration for Eclipse (Luna and newer) 1.5
- Maven Integration for Eclipse WTP (Juno 1.0.1)
All simulations classes include
GATLING_HOME are correctly set in Gatling.bat
ìo.gatling in the pom.xml set to 3.0.3
I even tried to add this line to the
val props of the Engine.scala
.sourcesDirectory(IDEPathHelper.mavenSourcesDirectory.toString) as I don’t actually see how is the project supposed to find the Simulations folder but it doesn’t even compile.
Does anybody have any advice for me?
Thanks in advance