Ok let's start simple. Let's say all I want to do is capture Pass/Fail results from my JUnit execution that is run on our nightly builds. Maybe this is like a stability metric for planning purposes. Both the test tool(TestManager) and JUnit have a base class which is normally extended in your unit test creation. The TestManager base class sets up the connection to the repository for storing results. I have a simple method call in this base class to log a result. What's the smartest way to do this integration? Have the JUnit base class extend the testManager base class and modify the Assert method in the JUnit framework to log a pass/fail result as well as display a JUnit failure?
John Pritchard<br />If a JTree falls in the woods, is it Observable