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Anyone know how to create a JUnit test for an EJB service?

 
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Hi,

I'm trying to write some JUnit tests for an EJB service I have running locally. I'm using JUnit 4.3 with Java 1.5. The problem I'm having is that I don't know what class to use for my initial context factory. Here is the code I have so far ...



Can anyone help? Thanks, - Dave
 
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Dave,
I would use a framework like Cactus to get out of the remote call business. If you really want to do the remote call, the answer depends on your application server. Which one are you using?
 
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I'm using Resin 3.0.19. -
 
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While we don't have a Resin forum, I'm going to move this to a different forum than Testing in hopes someone knows.
 
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