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  • 1. MXUnit Vikas Patel
  • 2. Agenda
    • What is MXUnit?
    • Why MXUnit?
    • Installation
    • Anatomy of test cases
    • Directory runner & output formats
    • Data provider
    • Testing private methods
    • Built-in Assertions
  • 3. What is MXUnit?
    • MXUnit is a unit testing framework for CFML developers, modeled after other xUnit frameworks (JUnit, etc)
  • 4. Why MXUnit?
    • Why testing?
    • Convenience features like directory runner, easy debugging, eclipse plug-in, output formats etc.
    • Support by Google group
  • 5. Installation
    • Download the latest version
    • Unzip to your webroot; e.g., C:Inetpubwwwroot
    • Test the installation e.g. http://localhost:8500/mxunit/
  • 6. Anatomy of a TestCase
    • Create component (.cfc), filename either starts or ends with "Test“
    • component extends mxunit.framework.TestCase
    • The TestCase can contain setUp() and tearDown() functions that will run prior to and after each and every test
  • 7. Anatomy of a TestCase (Cont.)
    • The TestCase can contain beforeTests() and afterTests() functions that will be run once before and once after all tests
    • Write public methods in which you can write your assertions
    • You can run the test by loading it in the browser and suffixing it with "?method=runTestRemote", like so: http://localhost/myapp/tests/MyTest.cfc?method=runTestRemote
  • 8. TestCase: Example
  • 9. Directory Runner: Example
    • Supported Output formats:
      • HTML (or extjs deprecated)
      • XML
      • Junitxml
      • Query
      • Array
  • 10. Data Provider
    • Basic array data providor
    • Example
  • 11. Data Provider (Cont.)
    • Query data provider
    • Basic list data provider
    • Basic Excel/CSV data provider
    • Basic iterator data provider
  • 12. Testing Private Methods
  • 13. Built-in Assertions
    • assertTrue(boolean condition [,String message])
    • assertFalse(boolean condition [, String message])
    • assert(boolean condition [,String message])
    • assertEquals(any expected, any actual [, String message])
  • 14. Built-in Assertions (Cont.)
    • fail(String message)
    • failNotEquals(any value, any value2 [,String message])
    • assertSame(any obj1, any obj2 [,String message])
    • assertNotSame(any obj1, any obj2 [,String message])
  • 15. Built-in Assertions (Cont.)
    • assertXPath(String xpath, any data, [String text], [String message])
    • assertIsTypeOf(component obj, String type)
    • assertIsXMLDoc(any xml [, String message])
    • assertIsArray(any obj1)
    • assertIsDefined(any obj1)
  • 16. Built-in Assertions (Cont.)
    • assertIsEmpty(any obj1)
    • assertIsEmptyArray(any obj1,[String message])
    • assertIsEmptyQuery(any obj1,[String message])
    • assertIsEmptyStruct(any obj1,[String message])
    • assertIsQuery(any q)
    • assertIsStruct(any obj)
  • 17. Thanks

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