Reference : Java Enterprise Edition Support in Search-Based JUnit Test Generation
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http://hdl.handle.net/10993/28060
Java Enterprise Edition Support in Search-Based JUnit Test Generation
English
Arcuri, Andrea mailto [University of Luxembourg > Interdisciplinary Centre for Security, Reliability and Trust (SNT) > >]
Fraser, Gordon []
2016
Java Enterprise Edition Support in Search-Based JUnit Test Generation
Yes
Symposium on Search-Based Software Engineering (SSBSE)
8-10 October 2016
Raleigh
USA
[en] Many di fferent techniques and tools for automated unit test
generation target the Java programming languages due to its popular-
ity. However, a lot of Java's popularity is due to its usage to develop
enterprise applications with frameworks such as Java Enterprise Edition
(JEE) or Spring. These frameworks pose challenges to the automatic gen-
eration of JUnit tests. In particular, code units (\beans") are handled by
external web containers (e.g., WildFly and GlassFish). Without consid-
ering how web containers initialize these beans, automatically generated
unit tests would not represent valid scenarios and would be of little use.
For example, common issues of bean initialization are dependency in-
jection, database connection, and JNDI bean lookup. In this paper, we
extend the EvoSuite search-based JUnit test generation tool to provide
initial support for JEE applications. Experiments on 247 classes (the
JBoss EAP tutorial examples) reveal an increase in code coverage, and
demonstrate that our techniques prevent the generation of useless tests
(e.g., tests where dependencies are not injected).
http://hdl.handle.net/10993/28060

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