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HOW TO RUN JWEBUNIT / JUNIT

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Sir,
  I am new to JUNIT AND JWEBUNIT.  How I can start this?  I mainly need JWEBUNIT testing.  I have downloaded

JWEBUNIT, J2SDK1.4, Apache Tomcat etc. I liked to start testing the sample code inside JWEBUNIT.  How to run that?  What are the procedures that I have to follow to test this SAMPLE CODE or a new CODE?  Eagerly waiting for an early reply.

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Anitha
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http://jwebunit.sourceforge.net/quickstart.html - " The QuickStart contains sample code and guidance to get you started with jWebUnit. To see all of the methods available, consult the a Javadocs - particularly the WebTester class."

This should help to get you started
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