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Testing Java Microservices: End to End testing  RSS feed

 
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Dear authors,
i have a question about  e2e tests.
Why should i use them, if i can  test  each micro service separately? Which benefits e2e can bring?
And about e2e tests - when should  i use vertical  e2e tests? And when should i use horizontal e2e tests? Can you tell me about their pros and cons?

Many thanks!
 
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With my limited exposure on Microservices, I found this to be the best answer o

end to end tests in any microservice is not exactly the same as an end to end test in a monolith application; you are still testing the whole service, but keeping a controlled environment, where the test only depends on components within the boundary of service



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Hope this helps.

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Sathya
 
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