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Page: JMS Testing according to JigZaw
Introduction We will now present how to efficiently test JMS in a complex system. Unit tests Unit tests should not depend on environment, so unit tests should not depend on JMS. This means that any tests that need JMS should not be run ...
Page: RDBMS testing according to JigZaw
Introduction Relational databases are and have been highly popular for a long time. This page is about how to test integration with RDBMSs when they are used for persistence and queries. Testing against the SQL standard The database is considered (at least in this context) to be external to the software under ...
Page: RestoreDefaultState - Oracle database
Drivers and rationale When using an Oracle database there are many ways and tools to create, delete and maintain database structure and data. Here we will describe what we have learned and why we recommend a certain setup. We need ...
Page: Setup for Selenium on CI using Maven, Jetty and JUnit
Note!The setup is version dependent! (not for JUnit) Junit: <dependencies> ... <! Junit > <dependency> <groupId>junit</groupId> <artifactId>junit</artifactId> <version>4.5</version> <scope>test</scope> </dependency> <! Selenium > <dependency> <groupId>org.openqa.selenium.clientdrivers</groupId> <artifactId>seleniumjavaclientdriver</artifactId ...
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Page: Test strategy for Oracle PL_SQL
Description Oracle stored procedure (or other PLSQL code) which reads from n input tables og put the results to m output tables. Test written in plain Java running inprocess. Primary test aspect: Automated regression ...