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Leandro Melo
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Hi,
i didn`t post this question in the Testing forum because it`s not a suite specific question, but a high level question for J2EE experienced developers (but if this qustion shouldn`t be here anyway, just move it, it`s ok).

I would like to know which testing suite i should use for a complete J2EE enviroment (with Struts, EJBs, Hibernate in the future, etc...).

I know that Cactus is nice options and is base on JUnit, is it really? Or should i just use JUnit itself?
 
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Leandro,
Cactus does build on junit. In fact, so do many other test frameworks. So if you use Cactus, you are using junit too. For end to end testing, a framework like Cactus is good. Or, you could use a more functionally based framework, like Fitnese (the spelling might be wrong.) You should also do unit testing on the specific pieces.

I think this does belong in testing.
 
Dirk Schreckmann
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Moving this to the Testing forum...
[ August 04, 2004: Message edited by: Dirk Schreckmann ]
 
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