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

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Chapter 24. Fixtures for Sequences of Tables

As we saw in Chapter 6, a single Fit table may not be sufficient to define a test, and we often need to use several types of table. Usually, ActionFixture tables have side effects on the system under test, so the underlying fixtures for the tables in a workflow test need to be organized so that they all access the same system under test.

In this chapter, we show, step by step, how fixture objects are created. We show several ways in which the fixtures underlying the tables of a single test can be coordinated.

24.1 Chat Room Fixtures

We now look at the fixtures underlying the tables in Section 6.1 on p. 39. These fixtures are similar to the ones given in Section 22.2 on p. 190 and Section 23.1 ...

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