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PRO EJB 3.0: Junit tests

 
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Hi

Congratulation to your book. I read it from the first to the last page and now a second time.

Nevertheless I have a problem with JUnit.

If I run a JUnit test, I get following error:


Is it possible to run a JUnit test with EJB3 ? Or have I to use cactus ?
Where I have to place the persistence.xml file in a test ? ...

thanks

Georg
 
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Hi Georg,

It looks like you don't have a JPA implementation on the class path. JPA can be used just fine in a regular Java client program. Ensure that you have a persistence.xml file in the META-INF directory of your application JAR configured for use outside the container (there are some slight differences). You can either explicitly list the persistence provider or if there is only a single provider on the classpath it should be found automatically.

Cheers,

Merrick
 
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