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how to test struts with Junit

reena Mehta

Joined: Nov 17, 2010
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i am new in testing
kindly give one example of test strutsApplicatio with Junit .it's urgent
Sagar Rohankar
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Honestly speaking, I never unit tested Struts app, but unit test are there for testing your business class (model) methods (unit). To test the controller (action) classes, please Google.

Please Google any junit tutorials and get started. happy Testing.

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Jeanne Boyarsky
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I use JUnit and a mock testing framework (like easymock) to test the logic in my actions. For the web layer, you can use a tool like Selenium or Cactus.

Testing a Struts application is just like testing any other web app. And for mocking, like testing any other code.

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You can use Easy mock for testing Struts and Http request.You need to create mock object of request and response. Search in google you will get ton of sample.
amit punekar
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You can use StrutsTestCase . But I am afraid it is meant for Struts 1.x versions.

I agree. Here's the link:
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