This article focuses on a some test tools that can be used during application development with Process Platform (AppWorks Platform). While this is not an exhaustive list, it's a good starting point.
Test tools contribute to the test process. As Process Platform is Java based, test tools for Java applications are preferable. Most of the below tools are freeware (OpenSource), however some of them are commercial. While OpenText and AppWorks doesn't support these tools, they can still be used in the test process environment.
JUnit is a unit test framework for the Java. JUnit is used during development of a software project.
With the unit test, you're testing each individual peace of code.. This test is created by and executed by a developer to prove that the functionality that is introduced works and will continue to work during the lifetime of the product. When surrounding parts of the product are changed, this test guarantees that this functionality by itself still runs (Regression test). Unit tests focus on all possible test paths: both positive and negative testing.
More information on JUnit can also be found on the JUnit wiki page?.
SoapUI is a free and open source desktop application for inspecting, invoking, developing, simulating/mocking and functional/load/compliance testing of web services over HTTP. SoapUI Pro is an extended version with professional support and extended functionality.
SoapUI can be used for:
Defect tracking is the process of finding defects in a product, (by inspection, testing, or recording feedback from customers), and making new versions of the product that fix the defects. Defect tracking is important in software engineering as complex software systems typically have tens or hundreds of thousands of defects: managing, evaluating and prioritizing these defects is a difficult task: defect tracking systems are computer database systems that store defects and help people to manage them. Defects are also called bugs or issues.
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