Questions tagged [integration-testing]

Integration testing is a phase in software testing where individual software modules (or components) are combined and tested in a group. Integration testing happens after unit testing, and before system testing.

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Simple HttpClient usage for integration tests in .NET Core

I have this simple setup for a .NET Core project which is just a very basic HttpClient usage to do some simple integration tests to a RESTful API. For now the test project remains separated from the ...
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418 I'm a TeapotServer for RESTful integration-tests

I created a test-server for RESTful integration-tests that I call TeapotServer because I like the status-code 418 that the ...
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Creating a real unit test in Karma for Angular code [closed]

This is a piece of test code made for the Angular application. The router object is a mock provided by the RouterTestingModule dependency. I wonder if such a test can be considered a unit test (...
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Scheduler built with observables v3 (follow-up) - now testable

This is a 2nd follow-up to my previous one about a Scheduler built with observables. Although the last one was working correctly, it was only possible to see this ...
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Appium automated tests for manipulating checklists

I am new to automation. I have automated few test cases for a mobile app using appium and wanted to know the areas where my code can be improved further. ...
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WordPress plugin for shipping calculation

I am writing a WordPress plugin that allows shipping calculation on the product page. Originally, shipping calculation is only available in the cart. To calculate shipping costs on product page, ...
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Red-black tree in C

I would like to verify that the code fulfills the specification of a red-black tree or receive suggestions for improvements. ...
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Testing application stability by throwing random diagnostic exceptions

I'd like to be able to better test application stability. Usually when you're doing this, you run the application and keep your fingers crossed that it won't crash when an error occurs (be it a ...
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JSON Test Harness: Part 4

Part 1: JSON Test Harness: Part 1 Part 2: JSON Test Harness: Part 2 Part 3: JSON Test Harness: Part 3 Time to review some test harness code I have written. https://github.com/Loki-Astari/...
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JSON Test Harness: Part 3

Part 1: JSON Test Harness: Part 1 Part 2: JSON Test Harness: Part 2 Part 4: JSON Test Harness: Part 4 Time to review some test harness code I have written. https://github.com/Loki-Astari/...
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JSON Test Harness: Part 2

Part 1: JSON Test Harness: Part 1 Part 3: JSON Test Harness: Part 3 Part 4: JSON Test Harness: Part 4 Time to review some test harness code I have written. https://github.com/Loki-Astari/...
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JSON Test Harness: Part 1

Part 2: JSON Test Harness: Part 2 Part 3: JSON Test Harness: Part 3 Part 4: JSON Test Harness: Part 4 Time to review some test harness code I have written. https://github.com/Loki-Astari/...
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Dockerfile + CI for C build

I recently built a CI for my course project in C. I made 3 stages, to build docker image, compile my C sources and run the said project. That said, i think i could've do way better here but i don't ...
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Clean implementation of FTP File Cleaners

I was refactoring some of my utility code modules used in my test projects, and wanted to apply my knowledge of clean OOP design patterns and SOLID principles to make these modules more useful and ...
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Unit/Integration Tests for Maven plugin that creates Skipper packages

I am writing an extension to a maven mojo (spring-cloud-skipper-maven-plugin) and I am now writing tests that interact with a skipper server. However, getting the ...
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UI testing for a web application, with variant scenarios

I'm pretty new to software testing and am currently working on a cloud-based web application. Briefly, the application uses: Ext JS as a framework Bryntum's Siesta framework for testing Currently, ...
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Implementing integration tests in ASP.NET core using InMemory database

I am building a web application using ASP.NET core. Most of the tests in my application are unit tests, so I mocked every dependencies in order to have fast unit tests. On the other hand I am of the ...
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invariants in a Quixir property test

I've implemented the following prop. test: ...
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Testing a Django password reset procedure

I am writing tests for the password reset flow. It involves emails, links to reset the password etc so I made a really long test. It is testing quite a lot of things. If I break up the tests then the ...
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Test code for custom malloc

I've been working on a custom malloc where the test code is the following. ...
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Full integration test for a Console application

I'm sill experimenting with different design patterns for full integration tests for Console applications (and later also Windows Services) and I wasn't quite happy with the result of the refactoring ...
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Breakable Toy: Go CLI for Gitlab

I started to learn programming in Go and came up with a Breakable Toy, which is a CLI for Gitlab. To get something up and running fast, I used some Go libraries: Ginkgo for testing Cobra for basic ...
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Deploy a Python script as an AWS Lambda micro web service

I'm still new to python, but my history is in the C/C++ world with plenty of Makefiles, though I've rarely written from scratch such elaborate ones as this. The Hitchhiker's Guide to Python gave me ...
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Support static typing / analysis with dependency injection

I am working on creating a test library, and I found DI to be pretty convenient, maybe even to create more functional coding patterns. Normally we can have an awkward before-hook setup in Node.js ...
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Testing an implementation of ports-and-adaptors for tkinter

I'm trying to test my implementation of ports-and-adaptors for tkinter. Assume I have a tkinter Entry declared like so: ...
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Simple API testing framework for testing of SOAP xml requests

I have a need to try to automate the testing of a large Web Service with an XML API interface. The framework takes the form of a Mavenised Java project. The usual maxims apply: must be highly ...
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Function for getting strings consisting of random characters

I've made this function for to be used while testing. ...
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Translating a makefile to cmake

My makefile looks like this and I translated it to cmake: ...
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Creating a device configuration

During the test process of a device, there is a procedure that sets a device in a state in which it is ready to be tested (typically by writing default measure parameters, 3G connection parameters and ...
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Testing a Rails API controller

I'm building a JSON API. I'm writing my controller tests so that they compare the response body to actual JSON I'm generating in my tests using ActiveRecord. I wrote two helper methods that make the ...
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Basic sign-up method, testable and with try/catch [closed]

I am learning how to implement testing and try/catch statements into my code. I have a Laravel application with the following ...
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Integration testing with in-memory databases strategy

I have an .mdf DB file and I want to use this DB for integration testing. In every test I should: Create a copy of an .mdf file. Attach DB to an .mdf copy file Do testing Detach DB copy Delete DB ...
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Rails integration testing: Should we use strings or named routes in http requests? [closed]

When integration testing Rails applications HTTP request helpers can take a string or a named route as the first argument. I find myself writing: ...
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Integration test for database access

This integration test involves database access and hence opening and closing a database connection. Does it look correct? I am concerned about ensuring the the database connection is closed should the ...