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Originally posted by A Kumar: Is junit good enough for unit testing of servlets?
No I believe not. Testing servlets is quite different from testing just plain Java classes as servlets needs to interact with the servlet container, and this is only possible while the container is running. Frameworks like Cactus (mentioned above) makes the job of testing servlets much easier.
There's so much to learn in this industry, and not everybody has the necessary interest.
Joined: Jul 04, 2004
Another option is to test without a container, by using mock objects in lieu of the javax.servlet.(http.)* classes.
which framework do you suggest??
Joined: Mar 22, 2005
Originally posted by A Kumar: which framework do you suggest??
Mockobjects seems to be dead, but Mockrunner is still being updated.