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DbUnit is an open source Framework created by Manuel Laflamme. This is a powerful tool for simplifying Unit Testing of the database operations.

Database Testing with DbUnit

       


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DbUnit is an open source Framework created by Manuel Laflamme. This is a powerful tool for simplifying Unit Testing of the database operations. It extends the popular JUnit test framework that puts the database into known state while the test executes. This strategy helps to avoid the problem that can occur when one test corrupts the database and causes subsequent test to fail. DbUnit provides a very simple XML based mechanism for loading the test data, in the form of data set in XML file, before a test runs. Moreover the database can be placed back into its pre-test state at the completion of the test.
 

  1. Setting up the environment
    To run the example of DbUnit in Eclipse, we need jar files of DbUnit, JUnit and Jakarta Commons IO. DbUnit is available from DbUnit web site, http://www.dbunit.org. JUnit is available from http:// www.junit.org. commons-io-1.3.2.jar can be found from http://mirrors.kahuki.com/ apache/commons/io/binaries /commons-io- 1.3.2-bin.zip. Now these jar files are required to be added in the referenced library of your testing directory.

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Posted on: October 8, 2010

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