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Junit test case for webservice consumed using weblogic

 
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My application is consuming a WebService using Weblogic 9.x, I want to write test cases using Junit for the webservices I consume using weblogic.
I have Eclipse integrated with weblogic and Junit for development.

Can you please share some examples or usefull links for me to start with.


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Ganesh,
How do you call your web service to test it when you aren't using JUnit?
 
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Jeanne,

This is a new WebService and I thought of developing in a Test Driven Development approach, so I need to write test case using Junit first.

Any help in writing Junit testcases for Weblogic webservices is appreciated.


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Ganesh
 
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Ganesh,
If you are trying to be test driven, you are better served by not starting with "testing a webservice." Instead, unit test the logic of the web service. No remote calls needed.

Once that logic is working, you do need to test the plumbing. JUnit can call a servlet, ejb, etc - just like any other code.
 
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Thanks for the valuable inputs Jeanne
 
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