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Yashnoo lyo
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JTest can generate constructor test method but can't generate user define test method.
Because I need test case class source,not only the test report(like html report).So I need have to search other test tool.


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Mark Spritzler
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You question is off topic for this forum.

This forum is for Servlets questions.

I am going to move this thread to the more appropriate, Testing forum

Thanks and good luck

Mark


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What was the question again?


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Jeanne Boyarsky
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Yashnoo,
What version of JTest are you using? Are you using it as a plugin or standalone?

In JTest 4.5, there was an option to generate their tests in junit form. It didn't work well when stubs were involved though. In JTest 5.1, the tests are better generated standalone. In Eclipse/WSAD, they are generated straight into your workspace. I find this useful because you can run the black box tests along with white box tests.

Regardless (as pointed out in your other thread), these junit tests do not eliminate the need to write junit tests by hand. They do provide a quick way of getting some basic tests (like for nulls) on legacy code.


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