PHPUnit is a unit testing framework that is written in php. It is based on the JUnit for Java framework

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Just jumped into database testing in PHPUnit - not really sure what the purpose of it is

I've been reading about database testing in PHPUnit. I'm not exactly sure what it's purpose is. Should I use this to test schema? E.g. if I have a UNIQUE email column then ensure that I'm not allow ...
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When running PHPUnit tests - is it common to use a separate database for testing?

I'm running tests from the same database as I use in development. I recall using Rails and I used a separate database for testing (mainly coz the tutorial I was going by said so). Made sense though. I ...
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When NOT to unit test? [duplicate]

I am hitting a stumbling block with TDD flow. We are using PHPUnit+FuelPHP and I am stuck on how to write a unit test for our image upload/cropping feature. FuelPHP is notoriously hard to unit test ...
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Time consuming Unit test for support for 100,000 records: Am I doing it right?

I am working on adding test coverage for an application that previously didn't have any. One additional requirement that emerged is that one of the background processes should be able to process ...
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Unit Test code generation

We have a project that was written over a period of 2 years, but has a poorly designed architecture and not unit tests. The software works well, but we're at the point where we want to refactor some ...
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Unit-testing functions without business logic (only checks) [duplicate]

My team is trying to find out the best way to test one of our components; the main scope is to check if the user/actor has the right to complete the operation requested. The component is formed by ...
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Specifying Query in Unit Test

When writing unit tests, should I specify the query that will be performed for interacting with the database? I can see both sides of this. On one hand, I want to make sure that the query that I ...