Junit Decorator
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Posted By:   Jennifer_Thompson
Posted On:   Monday, November 4, 2002 07:22 PM

Hi, I have two junit classes. One is TestInterface.java and the other is TestInterfaceDecorator.java. In TestInterface.java, I have tests to test a file ServiceBureau.java which is supposed to respond correctly to the messages it is sent. In TestInterface.java, I want to set up a log file and other variables ONCE only for all my tests. For this I have discovered I need another JUnit file, a decorator which I have called TestInterfaceDecorator.java So my question is, in TestInterfaceDecorator.java, how do I access TestInterface.java 's variables eg the log file? Where should the log file and other variables be defined and how can TestInterface and TestInterfaceDecorat   More>>

Hi,



I have two junit classes. One is TestInterface.java and the other is TestInterfaceDecorator.java.



In TestInterface.java, I have tests to test a file ServiceBureau.java which is supposed to respond correctly to the messages it is sent.



In TestInterface.java, I want to set up a log file and
other variables ONCE only for all my tests. For this I have discovered I need another JUnit file, a decorator which I have called TestInterfaceDecorator.java



So my question is, in TestInterfaceDecorator.java, how do I access TestInterface.java 's variables eg the log file? Where should the log file and other variables be defined and how can TestInterface and TestInterfaceDecorator have access to them?



I thought of something like this.. but it didn't work because of the cast from TestInterface to Test...




package testTool;



import java.io.*;
import java.util.ResourceBundle;
import junit.framework.*;
import junit.extensions.*;



public class TestInterfaceDecorator extends TestSetup {



  public TestInterface testInterface;



  public TestInterfaceDecorator(Test test) {


   super(test);

   // This is the line that doesn't compile

   testInterface = test;

  }



  public void setUp() {

   //User values is a resource bundle

   testInterface.userValues = ResourceBundle.getBundle("testTool.userInput");

   testInterface.commandRate = (new Integer(userValues.getString("commandRate"))).intValue();

   testInterface.loggingRequired = (new Boolean(userValues.getString("loggingRequired"))).booleanValue();

   testInterface.logFileLocation = userValues.getString("logFileLocation");

   testInterface.ipSDP = userValues.getString("ipSDP");

   testInterface.portSDP = userValues.getString("portSDP");



   if(testInterface.loggingRequired) {

    try {

     log = new PrintStream(new FileOutputStream(testInterface.logFileLocation));

    } catch (Exception e) {}

   }


   try {

    humanTest = new PrintStream(new FileOutputStream(testInterface.HumanTestFileLocation));

   } catch(Exception e) {}

  }


  public static TestSuite suite() {

   TestSuite suite = new TestSuite();

   suite.addTest(new TestInterfaceDecorator(TestInterface.suite()));

   return suite;

  }



  public static void main(String args[]) {

   junit.textui.TestRunner.run(suite());

  }


}




Thanks for your help,



Jen

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