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location="${standardjar}"/> location="${build}/${appName}/WEB-INF/classes"/> location="${servletjar}"/> location="${jspjar}"/> location="${junitjar}"/> location="${buildtest}/${}"/> location="${build}/classes/${}"/>
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This will cause the TestRunner swing UI, shown next, to search the classpath for JUnit tests and provide a UI for running them
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NOTE For more information on using JUnit, see http://wwwjunitorg/
Cactus, Server-Side Automated Unit Testing
Jakarta Cactus (http://jakartaapacheorg/cactus/) extends the capabilities of JUnit to enable running JUnit tests inside of a J2EE Web container The primary benefit of this approach is to remove the need for mock objects, instead allowing the use of real objects to provide the test fixture However, an unfortunate side effect is the complexity of requiring a real Servlet/JSP container in order to run the tests The Sun and Apache implementations of JSF use Cactus for some of their automated testing If you re using the Sun JSF 12 implementation, you can use the jsf-extensions-test-timejar from https://jsf-extensionsdevjavanet/ to help in writing server-side automated tests of JSF applications This section shows how to leverage the classes in this package to test JSF classes on the server side As mentioned previously, Cactus is an extension of JUnit It provides two classes that extend JUnit s core TestCase class for testing Servlet and JSP-based classes The jsf-extensionstest-time package extends these Cactus classes and adds JSF capabilities to each, as shown in Figure 16-5 JspFacesTestCase extends Cactus s JspTestCase and is used for classes that need access to JSP-specific classes, such as the PageContext ServletFacesTestCase extends Cactus s ServletTestCase and is used for classes that need access to the Servlet API specific classes Let s modify the earlier WeightConverterJUnitTest to run on the server side Since JSF converters don t need to access the JSP API, we can make our test case extend
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