This section of the website contains a series of articles demonstrating how the Basic Java API together with JUnit can be used to implement integration tests.
For the purpose of this series, an integration test is different from a unit test in that it typically requires a functioning Asset Control system to be able to run. And often brings together multiple components of Asset Control, e.g. an interface, derivation logic and timeseries validations.
The tests are implemented in Java and as such are realistically accessible only to developers. This is one of the distinctions between the tests presented here compared to the Cucumber tests presented in another series. The latter are geared towards and should be easily readable by business users.
So, if you have the time, please go ahead and learn about integration testing using the following examples:
Thank you for reading.