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Using test components/classes

Kevin Knowles
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If you are given as part of a project assignment, test components (or classes?) say as an example "AllTests.java" and others, how would you incorporate these components into the design?
[ June 25, 2003: Message edited by: Kevin Knowles ]
[ June 25, 2003: Message edited by: Kevin Knowles ]
Maulin Vasavada
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hi kevin
i'd probably create a package "testModule" and then relate with other packages as "performs test on/for" relationship.
is that what u were asking (the design in sort of class relationship or something)?
Kevin Knowles
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Thanks Maulin,
Could you provide some sample code showing how you would do that?
Stan James
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You were given complete test classes? Do they mention JUnit in imports and extends? That's a very widely used framework to build test stuff, and many people make an AllTests thingie to run all their tests. If so, see http://www.JUnit.org for an overview and let us know if you need help getting installed and going.
If you're not dealing with JUnit, fill us in a bit more on what you have been given and what you have to do.

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