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From Eric Walker <eqwal...@yahoo.com>
Subject Re: Separating test cases from a web project
Date Thu, 30 Mar 2006 15:17:09 GMT
check out JMock... much easier way to test your web
components with no dependency on a running server.

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--- Kazuhito SUGURI <suguri.kazuhito@lab.ntt.co.jp>
wrote:

> Hi Kim,
> 
> In article
>
<5A697ABED1C0F04892945832D9F3F49A04714EE0@PFGDSMMBX011.principalusa.corp.principal.com>,
> Wed, 29 Mar 2006 17:11:58 -0600,
> "Kim, Yong" <Kim.Yong@principal.com> wrote: 
> Kim.Yong> My biggest dilemma of using the Cactus to
> test a web application is that
> Kim.Yong> I have to have the test cases along with
> all the other Cactus related
> Kim.Yong> JARs in the same web project that I am
> going to deploy to production.
> Kim.Yong> 
> Kim.Yong> At least that's the way I understood it
> has to be.
> Kim.Yong> 
> Kim.Yong>  
> Kim.Yong> 
> Kim.Yong> I just don't like to have the test cases
> and other non-project related
> Kim.Yong> library jars in a web application which is
> going to be deployed to
> Kim.Yong> production later.
> Kim.Yong> 
> Kim.Yong> Would you someone share an idea of how to
> lower the coupling of test
> Kim.Yong> cases to a web project?
> 
> Have you tried cactifywar ant task?
>
http://jakarta.apache.org/cactus/integration/ant/task_cactifywar.html
> 
> Hope this helps,
> ----
> Kazuhito SUGURI
> 
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