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Need suggestions/advice regarding testing tools

Anu Sharma
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Joined: Apr 16, 2008
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Hello All,

Looking for suggestions and advice.

We currently use Ant+Cactus to test our EJB3 projects.
The plan is to move the build environment to Maven2. In the process we are also evaluating various open source testing tools and frameworks.
Here are the basic requirements we came up with

1) Should be able to test EJB3 along with persistence ( with a lightweight container, currently we use jboss)
2) Ease of use – be able to run as a suite with selected test cases
3) Pluggable in eclipse
4) Possibly integrate with Maven and nightly builds (like jenkins/Hudson)


Any suggestions and advice or pointers to articles/blogs that you have found helpful in this area ???



Thanks & Regards,

- Anu



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Junilu Lacar
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JUnit and Selenium/WebDriver are proven tools


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Anu Sharma
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Thank you Junilu
 
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