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testing JSP applications with JUnit

 
tommy here
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I want to test a JSP application deployed in apache tomcat server using JUnit. I have tested console Java applications using JUnit but have no idea about how to test JSP applications using JUnit.

Plz guide me .
 
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Hello Tommy and welcome to the JavaRanch!
First of all I'd like to point you to our naming policy (which does not allow obviously fake display names) and to Your Profile where you can edit the displayed name. Thanks for cooperating

Originally posted by tommy here:
I want to test a JSP application deployed in apache tomcat server using JUnit. I have tested console Java applications using JUnit but have no idea about how to test JSP applications using JUnit.

You can't test JSP code with JUnit. What you can do is use TagUnit for testing your custom taglibs and one of Jakarta Cactus/HttpUnit/jWebUnit/JUnitEE for testing your web application when it's deployed on the server.

Take a look at the abovementioned projects' tutorials for a general overview of how they're used.
 
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