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Popular testing tool for java development env

 
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Hi everyone!
can you pls let me know which testing tool is most popular/used for the java in an Development environment(like jakarta struts,JSP,EJB) usually?
And also I would like to know if different testing tools are used for different necessities..like for
user acceptance testing most commonly used tool <<XYZ>> and so on..
Thanks for your reply!
lets
 
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ant and cactus (for server side testing).
 
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Ant is not a testing- but a build-tool. You probably meant JUnit, which is the defacto standard for unit testing.
For functional testing, Fit/FitNesse is on its rise...
 
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In addition to Cactus, there's HttpUnit and jWebUnit which enable testing web applications as a black box.
 
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Originally posted by Ilja Preuss:
Ant is not a testing- but a build-tool. You probably meant JUnit, which is the defacto standard for unit testing.
For functional testing, Fit/FitNesse is on its rise...


yes Ilja, it was JUnit, sorry about that
 
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