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Integration Testing with Spring MVC

From: "andrew cooke" <andrew@...>

Date: Tue, 2 Jan 2007 16:59:17 -0300 (CLST)

I've just got integration testing working with Spring MVC.  It was
surprisingly easy and, even better, it seems to work!  I pull all my
handlers in from the same Spring definitions the web-app uses, and then
dispatch to whichever returns a controller.  The base test class is (note
that those protected variables are set from the Spring context via their
names):

public class SpringIntegration
extends AbstractDependencyInjectionSpringContextTests {

 protected HandlerMapping memberMapping;
 protected HandlerMapping resourceMapping;
 protected HandlerMapping newCommunityMapping;
 protected HandlerMapping communityMapping;
 protected HandlerMapping exchangeMapping;
 protected HandlerMapping groupMapping;
 protected HandlerMapping urlMapping;

 public SpringIntegration() {
  setPopulateProtectedVariables(true);
 }

 protected AbstractController handle(HttpServletRequest request)
  throws Exception {
  for (HandlerMapping handler:
   new HandlerMapping[]{
    memberMapping, resourceMapping, newCommunityMapping,
    communityMapping, exchangeMapping, groupMapping,
    urlMapping}) {
   HandlerExecutionChain chain = handler.getHandler(request);
   if (null != chain && null != chain.getHandler()) {
    return (AbstractController)chain.getHandler();
   }
  }
  throw new NullPointerException("No handler");
 }

 protected String[] getConfigLocations() {
  return new String[]{
      "classpath:/handlers.xml",
      "classpath:/test-datasource.xml",
      "classpath:/db.xml",
      "classpath:/i18n.xml",
      "classpath:/authentication.xml",
      "classpath:/members.xml",
      "classpath:/communities.xml",
      "classpath:/new-user.xml",
      "classpath:/new-community.xml",
      "classpath:/exchanges.xml",
      "classpath:/gifts.xml",
      "classpath:/resources.xml",
      "classpath:/tasks.xml"
  };
 }

}

And this was based on the Spring API docs and this nice article -
http://www.devx.com/Java/Article/30067/0/page/2

Andrew

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