Category Archives: Testing

Eclipse Jubula Automated Test Ant File

As a followup to my previous post on automating Eclipse Jubula tests with Jenkins, here’s an Ant file that Extracts the target platform (Eclipse in this case) and Jubula’s instrumentation plugin Deploys the plugins under test into the target platform … Continue reading

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Automating Eclipse Jubula Tests with Jenkins

Eclipse Jubula is a pretty new addition to the Eclipse universe. It’s a functional UI testing tool that allows you to specify and run tests. The tests are not code-based but can be assembled from available building blocks or recorded … Continue reading

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Masquerade Service Simulator 0.9.1

Masquerade Service Simulator 0.9.1 has been released. It comes with some bug fixes and a few new features: Fixed class loading issues in standalone mode Added XPathAlternativesRequestIdProvider Added Tibco EMS connection factory provider Provide (default) option to not persist request … Continue reading

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Masquerade Service Simulator Released

A first version of Masquerade Service Simulator has been released. Masquerade is a configurable Service Simulator that returns simulated responses for service requests. Service stubs can easily be implemented using Masquerade. Simply run Masquerade standalone using its embedded Jetty server … Continue reading

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Eclipse Plugin for Concordion

I’ve released a new Eclipse Plugin for editing Concordion Specifications. Concordion is a cool integration testing framework, check out the tutorial if you’re new to Concordion. The plugin can be installed from the update site as described on the Project … Continue reading

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Mocking a multipart/form-data HTTP request in a unit test

If you have a servlet that processes HTML Form post data, you might want to simulate such a request in your unit tests. This is easily done with Apache Commons HttpClient using MultipartRequestEntity. This example uses MockHttpServletRequest from Spring, but can … Continue reading

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