Sunday, February 12, 2006

JTestCase - Introduction

JTestCase - Introduction: "JUnit test framework provides an excellent way to formalize your test code. But due to its 'none-input-param, none-return' design, generally you need to hard-code all test data for each testing method. And for each test cases of one unit test, you need to change test code, recompile it, and run it.

JTestCase that helps you in seperating test data from test code. You can organize all your test cases of multiple unit tests into one data file - an XML file, and bulk-load them into memory via sets of easy-to-use APIs that JTestCase provides. In a word, JTestCase provides a way for java unit tests to be test-case-oriented and full-test-automatable."

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