HTTPUNIT TUTORIAL PDF

Support HttpUnit This tutorial should help you to learn to use HttpUnit to develop and test your web sites. It will take you through the incremental development of a simple servlet-based web application using a test-first approach. That is, first you are encouraged to write and execute a test for the next piece of functionality to be added, verify that the test fails demonstrating that the functionality is not in place , and then implement the functionality and verify that the test now passes. The initial tasks will use the ServletRunner class, thus bypassing the need for a web browser or servlet engine. Later tasks will require a web browser and a servlet engine, and use WebConversation.

Author:JoJojinn Jujinn
Country:Ecuador
Language:English (Spanish)
Genre:Technology
Published (Last):15 November 2009
Pages:220
PDF File Size:19.50 Mb
ePub File Size:20.46 Mb
ISBN:839-5-48428-886-3
Downloads:21473
Price:Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader:Mezigrel



Support HttpUnit Automated testing is a great way to ensure that code being maintained works. The Extreme Programming XP methodology relies heavily on it, and practitioners have available to them a range of testing frameworks , most of which work by making direct calls to the code being tested.

But what if you want to test a web application? Or what if you simply want to use a web-site as part of a distributed application?

In either case, you need to be able to bypass the browser and access your site from a program. HttpUnit makes this easy. Written in Java, HttpUnit emulates the relevant portions of browser behavior, including form submission, JavaScript , basic http authentication , cookies and automatic page redirection, and allows Java test code to examine returned pages either as text, an XML DOM, or containers of forms, tables, and links.

When combined with a framework such as JUnit , it is fairly easy to write tests that very quickly verify the functioning of a web site. The same techniques used to test web sites can be used to test and develop servlets without a servlet container using ServletUnit , included in the download. Documentation Several working example files come with the distribution download. A rudimentary Cookbook is available, as are a tutorial , a FAQ and the javadoc.

ASTM D2261 PDF

Unit Testing with HTTPUnit

A typical enterprise web application or a complex web site has several documents describing the requirements of the various users or maintainers of the application. It is also a good idea to try out the web app inside of a web browser to see if you forgot to test anything. KRUPP KMK PDF httpunut Searching for the Holy Grail of software development Starting from the simplest components, classes, the developers or specialized test developers will need to program unit tests to ensure that the smallest units of the application behave correctly. This component is responsible acting on the response contents. After you implement each test, it should fail until you then add the implementation. This simulates tutorila the user would do if he was filling out a form in a web browser.

KLX300R MANUAL PDF

Oh no! Some styles failed to load. 😵

Support HttpUnit Automated testing is a great way to ensure that code being maintained works. The Extreme Programming XP methodology relies heavily on it, and practitioners have available to them a range of testing frameworks , most of which work by making direct calls to the code being tested. But what if you want to test a web application? Or what if you simply want to use a web-site as part of a distributed application? In either case, you need to be able to bypass the browser and access your site from a program. HttpUnit makes this easy. Written in Java, HttpUnit emulates the relevant portions of browser behavior, including form submission, JavaScript , basic http authentication , cookies and automatic page redirection, and allows Java test code to examine returned pages either as text, an XML DOM, or containers of forms, tables, and links.

Related Articles