Integration testing is the phase in software testing in which individual software modules are combined and tested as a group. No mocks or stubs are required; everything is tested as in production.

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How to add rigor to my testing?

I work on a small/medium sized Java application. Over time, I've tried to ensure that the tests which I write are "good" tests, and that there's plenty of them. Hence I've been looking into various, ...
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Order data for a fictional online store

I'm developing a warehouse automation system for a client that operates an online store. I've already made a domain model and translated it into CREATE TABLE statements for an SQL database. But to ...
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How to organize integration tests and test data for different environments when using Maven Failsafe

I have started to separate my unit tests from my integration tests by using Maven Surefire and Failsafe. Now I'm wondering what good ways there are to deal with separate environments. Take for ...
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Unit Testing: Pass in Modules or Entire Codebase?

In unit testing, the idea is (I think, correct me if I'm wrong) to unit test a module, then integration test these modules together, then integration test the respective "regions" of modules you ...
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faster method of testing uwsgi + nginx

Im currently looking for a way to test a lot of requests in the shortest amount of time possible on my web application. My current workaround is to just import the modules I want to test into another ...
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How do I test my non-Ruby website using Ruby?

I would like to build some Ruby tests to test my non-Ruby website. I love the Ruby testing tools (webrat, capybara, etc.) but they seem to be targeted to testing local sites. How can I use these ...