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Unit Testing

Unit Testing

Unit Testing

Currently, the place I work at doesn't have anything for unit testing.  I'm trying to figure out which programs would work best.  Any comments would be appreciated.  We use oracle(pl/sql) for a database with struts, jsp, jstl, and ajax.  So I think we should probably be using pl/unit, StrutsTestCase for junit, and httpunit.  I don't think httpunit works well with javascript.

RE: Unit Testing

Just try the different unit test libraries on the different systems you use. There's bound to be a javascript unit test framework. In fact, a few are listed at:


Most frameworks require some time getting used to, but in the end most of them just work.

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