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From "Paul Wilson (JIRA)" <j...@apache.org>
Subject [jira] [Updated] (CXF-5091) Leverage Spring's @Configuration mechanism to simplify the creation and configuration of client proxies for integration testing
Date Wed, 26 Jun 2013 11:35:20 GMT

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Paul Wilson updated CXF-5091:
-----------------------------

    Description: 
Spring's Java-driven application context configuration mechanism "@Configuration" could be
used to simplify system tests by abstracting the creation and configuration of client proxies.


Spring 3.1 and later ships with a suite of @Enable* annotations that drive the registration
of infrastructure beans within the application context. For example, @EnableWebMvc configures
the application context with the relevant beans for Spring MVC. The @Enable* annotations are
equivalent Spring bean configuration namespace registrations such as <mvc:annotation-driven/>.

A @EnableCxfRsClientProxy could be employed to simplify the creation and configuration of
a single test client proxy:


{code}
public class MyIntegrationTest {

   @EnableCxfRsClientProxy    
   @Configuration
   static class ConfigureFooClientProxy extends CxfRsClientProxyAdapter {

       @Override
       public Class<?> getServiceType {
          return FooService.class;
       }

   }

   @Autowired
   private FooService clientProxy;

   @Test
   public void should() {
   }

}
{code}


  was:
Spring's Java-driven application context configuration mechanism "@Configuration" could be
used to simplify system tests by abstracting the creation and configuration of client proxies.


Spring 3.1 and later ships with a suite of @Enable* annotations that drive the registration
of infrastructure beans within the application context. For example, @EnableWebMvc configures
the application context with the relevant beans for Spring MVC. The @Enable* annotations are
equivalent Spring bean configuration namespace registrations such as <mvc:annotation-driven/>.

A @EnableCxfRsClientProxy could be employed to simplify the creation and configuration of
a single test client proxy:

{code}
public class MyIntegrationTest {

   @EnableCxfRsClientProxy    
   @Configuration
   static class ConfigureFooClientProxy extends CxfRsClientProxyAdapter {

       @Override
       public Class<?> getServiceType {
          return FooService.class;
       }

   }

   @Autowired
   private FooService clientProxy;

   @Test
   public void should() {
   }

}
{code}


    
> Leverage Spring's @Configuration mechanism to simplify the creation and configuration
of client proxies for integration testing
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: CXF-5091
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CXF-5091
>             Project: CXF
>          Issue Type: New Feature
>          Components: JAX-RS
>            Reporter: Paul Wilson
>            Priority: Minor
>              Labels: client, configuration, spring
>             Fix For: 3.0.0
>
>
> Spring's Java-driven application context configuration mechanism "@Configuration" could
be used to simplify system tests by abstracting the creation and configuration of client proxies.

> Spring 3.1 and later ships with a suite of @Enable* annotations that drive the registration
of infrastructure beans within the application context. For example, @EnableWebMvc configures
the application context with the relevant beans for Spring MVC. The @Enable* annotations are
equivalent Spring bean configuration namespace registrations such as <mvc:annotation-driven/>.
> A @EnableCxfRsClientProxy could be employed to simplify the creation and configuration
of a single test client proxy:
> {code}
> public class MyIntegrationTest {
>    @EnableCxfRsClientProxy    
>    @Configuration
>    static class ConfigureFooClientProxy extends CxfRsClientProxyAdapter {
>        @Override
>        public Class<?> getServiceType {
>           return FooService.class;
>        }
>    }
>    @Autowired
>    private FooService clientProxy;
>    @Test
>    public void should() {
>    }
> }
> {code}

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