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Jar and War testing

kumar shailove
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We have a testing situation here. We have some code base, which would be delivered both as a jar and a war. What would be the best way to test this without duplicating the testing efforts.
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Kumar,
There isn't enough information here to say much. It seems like you'd test the main logic in one and the integration/interface in the other. After all, the war would contain the jar so much of the code is the same.


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