[Webtest] RE: Best way to check a database in a webtest (Mark Johnson)

Rinkesh Bansal Rinkesh Bansal" <rinkesh_bansal@persistent.co.in
Thu, 31 Jul 2008 12:47:23 +0530


Hello Mark,

We are using SQLUnit to deal with database.  It's very easily integrated
with webtest and works well for different type of database.  It is also ant
based tool.  You can get the reference from canoo site itself.

Let me know if have any problem regarding integration of sqlunit with
webtest.

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Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2008 19:29:23 -0400
From: "Mark Johnson" <markfjohnson@gmail.com>
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Subject: [Webtest] Best way to check a database in a webtest
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I have a groovy based webtest which needs to verify that the database has
been properly updated.  I am assuming that my groovy db SQL queries are not
performing in the web test script because they are getting called when the
antbuilder is preparing the test.  Is this a correct assumption?  If so,
does anyone have an alternate strategy for doing a sql query within the web
script?

thanks for your help

mark



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