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Stefan Bell
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We use cactus for all of our server side testing. Is this the same as junit? We use it the same way except extending the servletTestCase instead of the TestCase.
Lasse Koskela
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Cactus is an extension to the JUnit framework so it's not "the same as" JUnit but close.


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