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From "White, Melissa" <mwh...@triactive.com>
Subject Simple test for my login JSP
Date Fri, 14 Mar 2003 22:03:36 GMT
I am trying to use Cactus to unit test our JSPs, but am having difficulty
getting a simple test to work. I have a test case defined as follows:

public class LoginWebTest extends ServletTestCase
  private static Cookie jsessionid = null;

  public LoginWebTest(String name)

  public static void main(String[] args)

  public static Test suite()
    final TestSuite suite = new TestSuite();
    suite.addTest(new LoginWebTest("testGetJsessionid"));
    suite.addTest(new LoginWebTest("testLogin"));
    return suite;
  public void beginGetJsessionid(WebRequest webRequest)
    webRequest.setURL("localhost:8101", "", "/portal/login.jsp", null,

  public void testGetJsessionid() {}

  public void endGetJsessionid(WebResponse webResponse)
    Cookie c = webResponse.getCookieIgnoreCase("jsessionid");
    this.jsessionid = c;

  public void beginLogin(WebRequest webRequest)
    webRequest.setURL("localhost:8101", "", "/portal/doLogin.jsp", null,
    webRequest.addParameter("company", "mwhite");
    webRequest.addParameter("username", "admin");
    webRequest.addParameter("password", "adminpwd");

  public void testLogin()
    assertEquals("mwhite", request.getParameter("company"));
    SpecialistValue sv =
    assertNotNull("SpecialistValue not found in session", sv);

The assertNotNull in testLogin fails, but it is not clear to me that
doLogin.jsp is ever being reached. If it is, there should be some output in
my JRun log, but there is none. After doLogin.jsp is executed, I should be
able to retrieve the SpecialistValue object from the session. Am I missing

I'm using JRun 3.1.  Any help would be greatly appreciated.

-- Melissa

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