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Testing Tools

jfcunit

jfcUnit enables developers to write test cases for Java Swing based applications. It provides support for: 1. Obtaining handles on Windows/Dialogs opened by the Java code. 2. Locating components within a component hierarchy that occur within the containers found above. 3. Raising events on the found components, e.g. clicking a button, typing text in a TextComponent. 4. Handling testing of components in a thread safe manner. Since version 2.0, jfcUnit provides XML Recording and playback. This allows users to quickly and automatically generate/edit scripts to drive the testing.

 

testng

TestNG is a testing framework inspired from JUnit and NUnit but introducing some new functionalities that make it more powerful and easier to use, such as: - JSR 175 Annotations (JDK 1.4 is also supported with JavaDoc annotations). - Flexible test configuration. - Default JDK functions for runtime and logging (no dependencies). - Powerful execution model (no more TestSuite). - Supports dependent methods.

 

p-unit

p-unit is a framework for performance benchmark and unit test. It records memory consumption and execution time, and generates result in the form of plain text, image and pdf file. p-unit allows users to plugin their own result report. As a tool for unit-test, p-unit supports to run the same tests with a single thread or multi-threads.

 

jtr-java-test-runner

JTR (Java Test Runner) is a framework meant for fastening the building of both complex and simple test enviroments. It is based on concepts such as Inversion of Control, and is ready for EJB and JMS testing. The JTR 2.0 framework will give you the chance to code only the testing logic. All the boring middleware-related tasks (connecting to ConnectionFactories, opening connections, sharing connections, opening sessions, handleing exceptions, retrieving administered objects) are carried out by the JTR 2.0 runtime on your behalf according to what you have stated in the jtr.xml configuration file. Thanks to IoC (Inversion Of Control), the JTR 2.0 runtime is able to inject all these resources into your IRunner concrete implementations. This entails that you are not required to actively retrieve the resources you need: you declaratively tell the JTR 2.0 framework you are going to need them at runtime, and Inversion Of Control will do the work. The thing same happens with EJBs: all the low-level details are always handled by the JTR framework to let you work only on the pure logic of your tests.

 

key

The KeY-System is mainly a verification and testing tool for Java with JML/OCL contracts. The tool is being developed since November 1998 by the University of Karlsruhe, Chalmers University of Technology, Gothenburg, and the University of Koblenz.

 

the-grinder

The Grinder is load-testing framework. The Grinder makes it easy to orchestrate the activities of a test script in many processes across many machines, using a graphical console application. Test scripts make use of client code embodied in Java plug-ins. Most users of The Grinder do not write plug-ins themselves, instead they use one of the supplied plug-ins. The Grinder comes with a mature plug-in for testing HTTP services, as well as a tool which allows HTTP scripts to be automatically recorded.

 

ddtunit

DDTUnit is a testing framework based on JUnit that focus on a datadriven approach to testing. It separates testcode from testdata by suppliing an easy to learn xml based data description schema. DDTUnit supports complex object description like collections, maps and value objects out of the box.

 

mocquer

Mock is a widely used technology in unit test domain. It shields exteral and unnecessary factors and helps developers focus on the specific function to be tested. EasyMock is a well known mock tool which can create mock object for given interface at runtime. The mock object's behavior can be fine defined prior the test code in the test case. EasyMock is based on java.lang.reflect.Proxy, which can create dynamic proxy class/object according to the given interfaces. It has the inherent limitation from the Proxy. It can create mock object for given interface only. Mocquer is a similar mock tool as EasyMock. With the help of Dunamis Project, it extends the function of EasyMock to support mock object creation for both class and interface.

 


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