Hi everyone again got another question for you guys. What im ultimatly trying to do is run integration style tests on an oracle application server. I have everything running currently but im haveing some problems with testing more complex J2EE components. So here i go..
What i have is effectivly 2 .war files, 1 with that has servlet /testing and a JUnitEE one that has a /runtests servlet. Now what im trying to do is run a cactus test from my /runtests that uses getRequestDispatcher() to try to forward the httprequest and httpresponse to the /testing servlet in the other war file. This is just to make sure everything links up ok and this will allow me to test it in an automated fashion. Now the problem im haveing is that i keep getting null back from /testing instead of a link wrapper to the actual servlet. The code looks as follows.
sorry for messy code in display but i cant format very well in here Now i always get a null back and from other posts this seems like it should work. Is the problem with trying to call a dispatcher from cactus? am i doing something fundementally retarded that i should know about? Is there a better way to do this kind of integration test? Any input would rock thanks a bunch
Kris [ December 03, 2005: Message edited by: Lasse Koskela ]
Alright found the solution. The problem was trying to communicate between different contexts. I combined the war files and was able to use the above code fine. Also cactus seems to work fine with the spring framework if anyone was curious about that
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