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Full stack testing of java web application with selenium

amit sharma
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Joined: Jul 19, 2006
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I want to do full stack testing for web application written in java.
My aim is to automate each and every integration of user and check whether is working fine in every layer or not .For e.g.If user create account then i want to confirm whether data is inserted in database ,log in properly written .
I m the only one who is working on this project ,to save the time i just want to write the acceptance test .I want to know how can i follow the Test Driven Development approach in web application .
Thanks
Eric Nielsen
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Joined: Dec 14, 2004
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I think its often a very bad idea to ONLY use acceptance tests. It won't save you time. I'd highly recommend doing the normal mix of both acceptance tests and unit tests.

I can't offer much advice on selenium; I've been using JWebUnit for my acceptance tests, though I plan to revisit Selenium in the near future.
 
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