JUnit in Action

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Manning, 2004 - Computers - 360 pages
A guide to unit testing Java applications (including J2EE applications) using the JUnit framework and its extensions, this book provides techniques for solving real-world problems such as unit testing legacy applications, writing real tests for real objects, automating tests, testing in isolation, and unit testing J2EE and database applications. Using a sample-driven approach, various unit testing strategies are covered, such as how to unit test EJBs, database applications, JSPs, and Taglibs. Also addressed are testing strategies using freely available open source frameworks and tools, and how to unit test in isolation with Mock Objects. Testing J2EE applications by running tests from inside the container for performing integration unit tests is discussed, as is how to automate unit testing in automated builds (such as Ant and Maven) for performing continuous integration.

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Contents

Exploring JUnit
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PART 3
23
Sampling JUnit
40
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Vincent Massol is the creator of the Jakarta Cactus framework. He is also an active member of the Maven, Gump, Struts and MockObjects development teams. After having spent 4 years as a Technical Architect on several major projects (mostly J2EE), Vincent is now the co-founder and CTO of Pivolis, a company specialized in applying Agile Methodologies to Offshore Software Development. Consultant and lecturer during the day and open source developer at night, Vincent dreams of the time when he will be wise enough to devote all his time to his wife and two children. Vincent currently lives in Paris, France.

Ted Husted is the lead author of the best-selling Struts in Action, an active member of the Struts development team, and manager of the JGuru Struts Forum. As a consultant and lecturer, Ted has worked with Java development teams throughout the United States. Ted's most recent development project uses Test-Driven Design throughout and is available as open source [wqdata]. Ted lives in Fairport NY with his wife, two children, four computers, and anaging cat.

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