The secret of success is sincerity. Once you can fake that you’ve got it made.
This chapter covers
This chapter examines one approach to unit testing components in an application container: in-container unit testing, or integration unit testing. We discuss in-container testing pros and cons and show what can be achieved using the mock objects approach introduced in chapter 7, where mock objects fall short, and how in-container testing enables you to write integration unit tests. Finally, we compare the stubs, mock objects, and in-container approaches we’ve already covered in this second ...