Currently the JUnit tests do not have a build mechanism other than eclipse build. This is an issue when trying to setup a CI framework with Jenkins.
Though the project in the Jenkins server can point to a local copy of the git source, the CI server is required to checkout latest source from the git repo and initiate the process.
The JUnit tests have to be compiled in the compose test script, since it is not possible to open the project in eclipse and build them, the test rpm will not contain the compiled tests, which means the Java tests are not run.
This is not a problem when the Jenkins workspace points to a local copy of the code.
Fixed in the patches mentioned here: https://fedorahosted.org/pki/ticket/657#comment:7
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