Created 5 Aug 2001 at 15:51 UTC by Nygard.Homepage: http://www.sf.net/projects/junitservlet
This servlet is an extension to JUnit that allows you to run test cases by hitting a servlet. It grew out of my JavaWorld article "Test Infect Your Enterprise JavaBeans" (http://www.javaworld.com/javaworld/jw-05-2000/jw-0526-testinfect.html).
What does this do?
Mainly, it lets you run unit tests that have a real application server context. Sometimes, there just isn't any way to avoid making calls to the application server. (For example, anything involving JNDI.) It simply isn't practical to create mock objects for an entire JNDI provider just to run unit tests. In fact, even if you did, your mock objects may have bugs of their own (introducing false negatives) or they might not duplicate "anomalies" in the real provider (introducing false positives).
What doesn't this do?
For more information about JUnit and unit testing, check out http://www.junit.org/
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