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From Christopher Schultz <ch...@christopherschultz.net>
Subject Re: unit testing on tomcat with java
Date Thu, 11 Dec 2014 16:25:47 GMT
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Jason,

On 12/11/14 10:03 AM, Jason Ricles wrote:
> To the question, the external program is sending messages to the 
> webpage through the websocket server on the page. Where as the
> webpage is the gui and the external java program is the guts of the
> gui which does what you want when a button is pressed on the gui.

Uh... what?

External program -- ws:// --> "page" --> executes Java program ?

- -chris

> On Thu, Dec 11, 2014 at 9:35 AM, Christopher Schultz 
> <chris@christopherschultz.net> wrote: Jason,
> 
> On 12/11/14 9:07 AM, Jason Ricles wrote:
>>>> I am currently using tomcat 7.0.57 to host a website for the 
>>>> purpose of having a websocket serverdeployed with the page
>>>> for the purpose of communicating between an external java
>>>> program and the webpage.
> 
> The "web page" (i.e. servlet) is running an external Java program,
> or the external Java program is trying to access a "web page" (i.e.
> servlet)?
> 
>>>> I would like to write some unit test to test that the
>>>> integration between the external java program and the
>>>> webpage. I have however had trouble finding what is the best
>>>> way to do this (all i could find was on when you are using
>>>> servlets in tomcat).
> 
> In a Java web application server (like Tomcat), everything boils
> down to a servlet in the end (unless a Filter takes over, first,
> and provides a response).
> 
>>>> Would j-unit be able to run test to verify that the
>>>> integration between the webpage and the external java program
>>>> is implemented correctly, or is j-unit unable to test using a
>>>> tomcat webserver?
> 
> Tomcat's source package includes hundreds of test cases, written
> using junit.
> 
>>>> If it is unable to run test with the tomcat webserver, what
>>>> unit testing tool is able to that is able to run on a linux
>>>> machine?
> 
> Junit works great. Get Tomcat's source package and look under the 
> /test directory for .java files. There are lots of them.
> 
> -chris
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