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  • February 5, 2015

WebLogic and Arquillian: A Bare-Bones Example

Guest Author
The Arquillian project is getting quite popular for testing code and applications, and it's no wonder. Its sweet spot is testing Java EE applications inside the container. Steve Button on our Product Management team recently
published a blog we wanted to highlight that shows how to get started using Arquillian with WebLogic.

As Steve notes:
Arquillian uses the concept of container adapters to allow it to execute test code with a specific test environment. For the Java EE area, most of the Java EE implementations have an adapter than can be used to perform the deployment of the archive under test and to execute and report on the results of the unit tests.

He then provides some resources for you, and guides you to a GitHub repository to get up and running in a bare-bones fashion.

Read the entire blog here.

Thanks, Steve!

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