Iteration 1: Unit Testing with JUnit in Java

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The JUnit Web site describes JUnit as a regression testing framework We can t say it any more succinctly JUnit is a powerful test harness that gives you a way to run automated, and therefore repeatable, tests of your Java code It also simplifies test authoring, allowing you to quickly write new tests and contribute them to your existing test suite There are two main components in JUnit: test cases and test suites Test cases contain the code for all of your unit tests Test suites are collections of test cases A test suite can contain individual test cases or other test suites When running your tests, you can either run a specific test case or a test suite This is useful for debugging a single test failure since you do not have to run the entire suite, which may take some time Typically a master test suite is created that contains all the other test cases and test suites for the application This master test suite provides a convenient way to run all the tests for the application, which is useful when running the tests as part of your build The JUnit Web site contains a list of articles that can assist you in configuring JUnit to run this master test suite in a variety of settings, including your build We ve already established that your time is limited, so you will want to focus your testing effort on the most useful areas of your code This means that simple methods such as getters and setters are not usually unit tested unless they do some special processing And, specifically for Java Web applications, unit tests are not appropriate to test methods that interact with a servlet or Java EE 5 container These classes should be tested by integration tests, as we ll discuss in the next iteration In this iteration, you will perform the following tasks: 1 Create and configure a separate test project in your workspace 2 Create a JUnit test case that unit tests Userjava 3 Create a JUnit test suite that includes your test case
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One of the benefits of automating your tests with JUnit is that you can keep your tests physically separated from your production code by storing them in a separate project This eliminates the chance that the tests will be accidentally deployed along with your production code Although your unit tests will not be deployed to a server, creating a new dynamic Web project to hold your tests will allow you to continue to work in the J2EE perspective Here you create a new test project by doing the following:
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CHAPTER 11 Testing
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1 In the Project Explorer view, use the New Dynamic Web Project wizard to create a project named IceHockeyWebTest For detailed information on creating Web projects, refer to the Creating Web Applications section in 6 Select None as the target runtime since you will not deploy this project to a server 2 Click Next The Project Facets page is displayed The Java version set on the IceHockeyWebTest project needs to be the same as the version set on the IceHockeyWeb project Ensure that the Java version is set to the same level as the IceHockeyWeb project The level will be the same as the Tomcat JDK 3 Accept defaults for other options and click Finish WTP creates the project in your workspace 4 To test the contents of the IceHockeyWeb project, you need to declare a dependency on that project Right click on the IceHockeyWebTest project and select Properties The Properties window for IceHockeyWebTest opens Select Java Build Path from the menu on the left if it is not already selected Select the Projects tab on the Java Build Path page Click the Add button The Required Project Selection dialog opens Select the IceHockeyWeb project and click OK The dependency is added to your project (see Figure 111)
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