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JUnit is a free, open source Java framework that makes unit testing easier and more effective.

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JUnit is a free, open source Java framework that makes unit testing easier and more effective. JUnit lets writing, running and testing Java codes easier in its framework. It was originally written by Erich Gamma and Kent Beck for the purpose of writing, testing and running larger software design known as Extreme Programming (XP). The graphical user interface (GUI) of JUnit allows the programmers to write and test source code quickly and easily. The test can go on continuously and the result occurs immediately.

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JUnit has become a popular framework for writing and testing the Java Code and has the quality to port to other languages including Ada (AUnit), PHP (PHPUnit), C# (NUnit), Python (PyUnit), Fortran (fUnit), Delphi (DUnit), Free Pascal (FPCUnit), Perl (Test::Class and Test::Unit), C++ (CPPUnit), and JavaScript (JSUnit).


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Posted on: November 23, 2009

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sasikala
November 9, 2011
integration problem

Hi Team 1. All my testcases are working fine but my problem is while running my application in googel app engine i am getting error like name_valid is not defined i dint know whats happening. 2.And while running asynctestcase its getting failed whats the reason. Here is my code validation.js myapp = {}; myapp.Validation = function() { }; myapp.Validation.prototype.name_valid = function(firstname) { console.log("firstname"+firstname); // alert("error"); //var namev1 = document.getElementById('name').value.replace(/^\s+|\s+$/g, ''); //var firstname = str; var flag=0; var strText = firstname; //var namev1 = $('#name').val(); var lnameRegex=/^[a-zA-Z]+$/; if (strText!="") { var strArr = new Array(); var strArr = strText.split(" "); console.log("inside the lnameregex"); if(strArr.length > 1) { flag=1; } } if(firstname == 'Please enter a valid Name') { console.log("Returning false in the if condition block"); return false; } if(firstname == " " || flag == 1 ) { console.log("Name value is null or flag value is not equal to one"); $('#name').val('Please enter a valid Name'); $('#name').addClass('inputError'); return false; } if (!firstname.match(lnameRegex)) { console.log("Which is not matches with the nameregex"); $('#name').val('Please enter a valid Name'); $('#name').addClass('inputError'); return false; } console.log("Returning true at the end of name"); return true; }; validationTest.js ValidationTest = TestCase('ValidationTest'); var valid = new myapp.Validation(); //name valid ValidationTest.prototype.testnametrue = function() { try { assertTrue("sasikala", valid.name_valid("sasikala")); jstestdriver.console.log("JsTestDriverForname", valid.name_valid("sasikala")); //fail('assertTrue did not throw an exception'); } catch (e){ assertEquals('expected true but was false', e.message); assertEquals('AssertError', e.name); } try { assertTrue(undefined); fail("assertTrue did not throw an exception"); } catch (e){ assertEquals('Not a boolean: [undefined]', e.message); assertEquals('AssertError', e.name); } };
vijay
November 30, 2012
Junit test case for ArrayList

I have a List variable containing objects,how to write test case for this? private List<testobject> testvalues;
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