I think the problem that I have with using Arquillian is the time of execution for these integration tests. It boots up a container and stuff and just makes the test execution take a very long time. We spoke about that in the past, and didn't do Aquillian due to that.

Not sure how others feel about it, but I'd prefer we dont boot a container inside our tests

On Wed, Jan 21, 2015 at 4:40 PM, Erik Jan de Wit <edewit@redhat.com> wrote:

The database unit tests of the UPS contain a lot of setup code as setting up the database is done within the test method. I’m proposing to remove this ‘noise’ from the test and put it in a separate file. Another thing that is setting up the dao's, when we use arquillian weld container we can use injection in our tests to further reduce the boilerplate, have a look at an example:


If you like I could do this for all these tests.

Erik Jan 

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