Unit Testing
Unit Testing
F-22 Raptor Fighter
F-22 Raptor Fighter
• Manufactured by Lockheed Martin & Boeing
• How many parts does the F-22 have?
F-22 Raptor Fighter
• What would happen if Lockheed assembled an F22 with "untested" parts (i.e., parts that were
built but never verified)?
• It wouldn't work, and in all likelihood you would
never be able to make it work
– Cheaper and easier to just start over
Managing implementation complexity
• Individual parts should be verified before being
integrated with other parts
• Integrated subsystems should also be verified
• If adding a new part breaks the system, the problem
must be related to the recently added part
• Track down the problem and fix it
• This ultimately leads to a complete system that works
2 approaches to programming
• Approach #1
– "I wrote ALL of the code, but when I tried to
compile and run it, nothing seemed to work!“
• Approach #2
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Write a little code (e.g., a method or small class)
Test it
Write a little more code
Test it
Integrate the two verified pieces of code
Test it
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Unit testing
• Large programs consist of many smaller pieces
– Classes, methods, packages, etc.
• "Unit" is a generic term for these smaller pieces
• Three important types of software testing are:
– Unit Testing (test units in isolation)
– Integration Testing (test integrated units)
– System Testing (test entire system that is fully integrated)
• Unit Testing is done to test the smaller pieces in
isolation before they are combined with other
pieces
– Usually done by the developers who write the code
What unit tests do
• Unit tests create objects, call methods, and verify that
the returned results are correct
• Actual results vs. Expected results
• Unit tests should be automated so that they can be run
frequently (many times a day) to ensure that changes,
additions, bug fixes, etc. have not broken the code
– Regression testing
• Notifies you when changes have introduced bugs, and
helps to avoid destabilizing the system
Test driver program
• The tests are run by a "test driver", which is a
program that just runs all of the unit test cases
• It must be easy to add new tests to the test
driver
• After running the test cases, the test driver
either tells you that everything worked, or
gives you a list of tests that failed
• Little or no manual labor required to run tests
and check the results
Android testing framework
• Android provides a framework for writing automated unit
tests
– Based on the popular JUnit unit testing framework
• There are two types of Android unit tests
– Local Unit Tests
• These tests depend only on standard Java classes, and so can be run on the
development computer instead of on an Android device
• You will create local unit tests for the Family Map Server project
– Instrumented Unit Tests
• These tests depend on Android-specific classes, and so must be run on an
Android device
• You will create instrumented unit tests for the Family Map Client project
Android local unit tests
• Official Documentation
• Can run on the development computer without a
device or emulator
• Module’s primary source code is located in the
folder
– <module>/src/main/java/<package>
• Local unit test code is located in the folder
– <module>/src/test/java/<package>
Android local unit tests
• Example: junit-example (on web site)
• “spellcheck” module contains code for webbased spelling checker
• “Real” classes are in:
– src/main/java/spellcheck/*.java
– src/main/java/dataaccess/*.java
• “Test” classes are in:
– src/test/java/spellcheck/*.java
– src/test/java/dataaccess/*.java
Android local unit tests
• Local test classes are written using the JUnit 4
unit test framework
• Include the following in app/build.gradle
dependencies {
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testCompile 'junit:junit:4.12'
}
• Import JUnit 4 classes
import org.junit.*;
import static org.junit.Assert.*;
Android local unit tests
• Test classes are just regular classes (no special
superclass)
• Test methods may have any name (need not be test*),
but must have the @Test annotation on them
• Common initialization code can be placed in a method
(any name) with the @Before annotation
• Common cleanup code can be placed in a method (any
name) with the @After annotation
• Use JUnit assert* methods to implement test
cases
• JUnit 4 Assert Method Documentation
Running local unit tests
(from Android Studio)
• No device or emulator is needed
• To run a single test class, in the “Project” tool
window right-click on a test class name, and
select “Run Tests” or “Debug Tests”
• To run all of your local unit tests, right-click on
the “test/java” folder, and select “Run All
Tests” or “Debug All Tests”
Running local unit tests
(from command-line)
• Write a test driver class whose “main” method
invokes the org.junit.runner.JUnitCore class to
run your unit tests
• Run your test driver program from the
command-line:
java –cp build\classes\main;build\classes\test;libs\junit4.12.jar;libs\hamcrest-all-1.3.jar;libs\sqlite-jdbc-3.16.1.jar TestDriver
• For the Family Map Server project, you will
create a bash shell script that will compile and
run your unit tests from the command-line
JUnit 4 unit testing framework
• JUnit 4 Documentation
• Use JUnit 4 annotations to mark test methods
Annotation
Description
@Test public void method()
The annotation @Test identifies that a
method is a test method.
@Before public void method()
Will execute the method before each test.
This method can prepare the test
environment (e.g. read input data,
initialize the class).
@After public void method()
Will execute the method after each test.
This method can cleanup the test
environment (e.g. delete temporary data,
restore defaults).
JUnit 4 unit testing framework
• Use JUnit 4 annotations to mark test methods
Annotation
Description
@BeforeClass public void method()
Will execute the method once, before
the start of all tests. This can be used
to perform time intensive activities,
for example to connect to a database.
@AfterClass public void method()
Will execute the method once, after
all tests have finished. This can be
used to perform clean-up activities,
for example to disconnect from a
database.
@Test (expected = Exception.class)
Fails, if the method does not throw
the named exception.
@Test(timeout=100)
Fails, if the method takes longer than
100 milliseconds.
Database Unit Tests
• When writing unit tests for your database
code, there are additional things to think
about
• Put database driver JAR file on the class path
• Each unit test should start with a pristine
database so prior tests have no effect
– Can re-create tables before each test
– Or, you can “rollback” the effects of each test so
they are undone and don’t affect later tests
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