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need the difference between Junit and JReports

 
samantha katam
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Hi,

I am not sure if this is related to testing or any thingelse but i felt that this section is best fit for my question.

I need the difference between Junit and JReports. I know pretty much about the Junit because i use at my work..... but what i dont know is What does JReport do and why is different.Please let me know if there is any material regarding this. I also need Some userGuide to understand the basic functioning of JReports.

This is Urgent since i am going to a new job where they use this and need to know this before i go in there........its going to make my life more easier.
 
manuel aldana
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i think there is no direct relation...

JReport is a reporting tool. JUnit a test framework.
 
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Samantha,
JReport's website has a lot of information as does JUnit.
 
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