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From "Marco Barcella" <barce...@appiancorp.com>
Subject RE: MO in Cactus
Date Sun, 27 Oct 2002 18:05:05 GMT
Hi Vincent!

ok thanks, I am just thinking ahead for now,
and I was wondering if I can use Easymock
and eventually Mockmaker and how much time and
coding I will need to spend on MO to do
an average pure logic test. Should I use Cactus and 
represent all the object that I don't want to test
with MO, so that I do logic test with Cactus?
Thanks again,

<>-----Original Message-----
<>From: Vincent Massol [mailto:vmassol@octo.com]
<>Sent: Sunday, October 27, 2002 12:57 PM
<>To: 'Cactus Users List'
<>Subject: RE: MO in Cactus
<>Hi Marco,
<>> -----Original Message-----
<>> From: Marco Barcella [mailto:barcella@appiancorp.com]
<>> Sent: 27 October 2002 17:42
<>> To: Cactus Users List
<>> Subject: MO in Cactus
<>> Hi,
<>> I would like to know whether using MO within Cactus tests for
<>simulating a
<>> JDBC connection
<>> or other objects creates any complications and if there is a
<>> approach that
<>> is suggested or necessary. Thanks,
<>No, there isn't any problem with combining Cactus and MO. It's your
<>choice to decide what you want to test in integration. You can have some
<>tests which focus on testing container interaction but not database and
<>thus the db access.
<>> Marco
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