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Testing Tools

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.

 

unicorn

Unicorn provides Swing components for interactively invoking methods on JMX MBeans, JavaBeans, and Web Services. It is intended to allow developers to implement simple testing and debugging tools quckly. Unicorn also can be extended to handle other types of objects. All you have to do is implement an ObjectPanelModel.

 

benerator

benerator is a framework for creating realistic and valid high-volume test data, used for testing (unit/integration/load) and showcase setup. Metadata constraints are imported from systems and/or configuration files. Data can imported from and exported to files and systems, anonymized or generated from scratch. Domain packages provide reusable generators for creating domain-specific data as names and addresses internationalizable in language and region. benerator is strongly customizable with plugins and configuration options.

 

fit

Fit is Framework for Integrated Testing. It is a tool for enhancing communication and collaboration. Fit creates a feedback loop between customers and programmers. Fit allows customers and testers to use tools like Microsoft Office or HTML to specify test cases on a user level -- without the need of being programmers. Fit automatically checks those examples against the actual program, thus building a simple and powerful bridge between the business and software engineering worlds.

 

jamelon

Jameleon is an acceptance-level automated testing tool that separates applications into features and allows those features to be tied together independently, creating test-cases. These test-cases can then be data-driven and executed against different environments. Even though it would be possible to write unit tests using Jameleon, Jameleon was designed with integration and acceptance-level testing in mind.

 

unitils

Unitils is an open source library aimed at making unit testing easy and maintainable. Unitils builds further on existing libraries like DBUnit and EasyMock and integrates with JUnit and TestNG. Unitils provides general asserion utilities, support for database testing, support for testing with mock objects and offers integration with Spring and Hibernate.

 

uispec4j

UISpec4J is an Open Source functional and/or unit testing framework for Swing-based Java applications, built on top of the JUnit test harness. What makes it special is that its APIs are designed to ease the testing process by making the test scripts as close possible to human-readable text.

 


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