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Accessing JUnit from TestDirector to enable Java Component Testing
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I’m trying to find people interested in helping beta test and/or review & comment on features associated with a new framework my team is building that integrates Junit and TestDirector. I’m interested in talking with QA or Developer experts in organizations where both TestDirector and Junit (for unit testing and/or integration testing of Java component frameworks) are used.
The framework in its current form aims to increase visibility and transparency around Junit-based testing from front to back (e.g., requirements coverage through to test result metrics) and improve the workflow between development (often Junit) experts and QA (often TestDirector) experts. Some of the features we’ve identified and built into the current version of the framework enables:
1) Test architects to define Java-based component tests using TestDirector.
2) Junit test cases to report results at a test case step level (for better failure transparency and defect detection).
3) Reverse engineering of Junit component tests into TestDirector (for effortless
Junit test execution managed by TestDirector).
4) Execution of test cases across networks of remote hosts using TestDirector agent architecture.
Re: Accessing JUnit from TestDirector to enable Java Component Testing
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