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From Rakesh Patel <rakesh.mailgro...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: unit testing servlets
Date Thu, 15 Dec 2005 16:27:09 GMT
I can heartily recommend JWebUnit. Its built on top of HttpUnit i think 
but its a lot easier to work with.

I can post an example if you would like to see it.

Rakesh

Jacob Kjome wrote:

>Quoting Mark <elihusmails@gmail.com>:
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>>I want to write some unit tests for a web site I have developed.  The front
>>page of my site requires a login.  Is is possible to programatically log in
>>using httpunit or cactus and then continue testing of the other servlets on
>>my site?
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>If it is BASIC Auth, then add the following to the URL you are connecting
>with...
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>http://username:password@www.mysite.com/
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>The username/password combo will be picked up by Basic Auth and used for
>authorization rather than prompting for input.  If you are using form auth or
>something else, I'm sure httpunit and/or cactus have ways to get you logged in.
> I just don't know, offhand, what those ways are.
>
>
>Jake
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>>TIA
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