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Fit for Developing Software: Framework for Integrated Tests by Ward Cunningham, Rick Mugridge

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Chapter 20. Connecting Tables and Applications

A fixture acts as an intermediary between a Fit table and a system under test, carrying out the tests in the table, as illustrated in Figure 20.1.[1] For example, for each expected value in a row of a ColumnFixture table, the fixture will be called to carry out a test.

Figure 20.1 A Fixture as Intermediary

A Fixture as Intermediary

20.1 Writing Fixtures

In Chapters 21-23 we cover the basics of writing fixtures to bridge with a system under test for each of the three types of Fit tests: calculations, workflow, and lists. At this stage, we’ll assume that it is easy to bridge from the tests into the system under test. ...

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