Testing Repositories

There are two ways to look at testing Repositories. You have to test the Repositories themselves in order to prove that they work correctly. You also must test code that uses Repositories to store the Aggregates that they create and to find preexisting ones. For the first kind of test you must use the full production-quality implementations. Otherwise you won’t know if your production code will work. For the second kind of test, either you can use your production implementations, or you can use in-memory implementations instead. I discuss the production implementation tests now and defer the in-memory tests to just a bit later.

Let’s take a look at the tests for the Coherence implementation of the Prod-uctRepository presented ...

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