[erlang-questions] Integration testing in Erlang

Ulf Wiger (TN/EAB) <>
Thu Jun 14 13:38:14 CEST 2007


eUnit has a lower entry threshold.
You can easily write a test suite for the Test Server
that runs all your eUnit tests.

BR,
Ulf W 

> -----Original Message-----
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> Kirill Zaborski
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> 
> Ok, then I must check test_server docs.
> Are there any good tutorials about it elsewhere (an except 
> trapexit article)?
> If we have test_server then why bother with EUnit? For simpler cases?
> 
> Regards,
> Kirill.
> 
> On 6/14/07, gordon guthrie <> wrote:
> 
> > Kirill
> >
> > Depends on the sort of tests you want to write.
> >
> > The Erlang Test Server will allow you to write as complex 
> system tests as you want. It runs through a set of suite and 
> test set-up routines, you execute your tests and it tears 
> down your environment.
> >
> > Typically I create a new db schema, load it with test data, 
> start an application (or applications) and then execute tests 
> against the known environment - depending on the product.
> >
> > For large web apps you can use Tsung to record and script 
> the http input and run regression tests, or you can use it as 
> a 'white noise' tester and fire a million random inputs in 
> and then look for crash reports (both work for me) .
> >
> > Gordon
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