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Running Unit Tests online

Posted on 2006-06-30
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Is there an easy way to run unit tests online?  

I have some Junit tests that hit a webserver.  I want to display the values of the tests on a web page that can be run in real time.  

Is there an open source solution that does this easily?  (i suppose it wouldn't be that hard to just code the web page anyway)

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Can you use HttpUnit instead?
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its not a unit test of an http page, its just a unit test of a web service... is that what it is supposed to be used for?
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No - for a web service, I'd use junit. However, I've heard of something called Coyote that can be used for this, but I've never used it, so I can't comment on how good it is.
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Coyote is the HTTP connector that's built into Tomcat and provides Tomcat with an interface that browsers can connect to.
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