UnitTesting

Content Type: Module
Categories: Tracing

Overview

This module provides an easy-to-use interface to manage and run un Mendix and JUnit unit tests inside your app. Unit tests created using microflows or JUnit are supported.

Documentation

Please see Unit Testing in the Mendix documentation for details.

Releases

Version: 9.5.0
Framework Version: 9.18.0
Release Notes: - We updated the unit test details page for React client compatibility, introduced in Mendix 10.7.0
Version: 9.4.3
Framework Version: 9.18.0
Release Notes: - We fixed an issue where the result of a test suite was not updated after running an individual test - We fixed an issue in transaction handling for teardown microflows that could result in a database lock (#182347) - We changed the length to limited for the 'Name' attribute in the UnitTest entity (#213295)
Version: 9.4.2
Framework Version: 9.18.0
Release Notes: - We updated slf4j-api from 1.7.36 to 2.0.9 Note: Review the dependencies in the userlib folder after upgrading the Unit Testing module. Also, if you use any slf4j libraries other than slf4j-api, make sure their major versions are matching.
Version: 9.4.1
Framework Version: 9.18.0
Release Notes: - We updated httpclient5 from 5.0.3 to 5.2.1 - We updated httpcore5 from 5.0.2 to 5.2 - We updated httpcore5-h2 from 5.0.2 to 5.2 - We updated slf4j-api from 1.7.25 to 1.7.36 - We removed the dependency on commons-codec-1.13 Note: Review the dependencies in the userlib folder after upgrading the Unit Testing module.
Version: 9.4.0
Framework Version: 9.18.0
Release Notes: - We included a migration file for the Java dependencies for Studio Pro 10 compatibility. Notes when upgrading from an earlier version: - We switched from 'hamcrest-2.2.jar' to 'hamcrest-core-1.3.jar', make sure to remove the 'hamcrest-2.2.jar' and 'hamcrest-2.2.jar.UnitTesting.RequiredLib' files from your 'userlib' folder. - We downgraded 'httpcore5-5.0.3.jar' to 'httpcore5-5.0.2.jar', make sure to remove the 'httpcore5-5.0.3.jar' and 'httpcore5-5.0.3.jar.UnitTesting.RequiredLib' files from your 'userlib' folder.