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Arquillian Testing Guide (Englisch) Taschenbuch – 17. April 2013

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John D. Ament

John D. Ament was born to a beautician and a taxi driver in the warm summer of 1983 in Ridgewood, New York. At the age of six his family moved to the northern suburbs of New Jersey. After graduating from the Rutgers University and working a few short-term IT jobs, he moved to the southern side of New Jersey just outside of Philadelphia, where he has been located for the last seven years.

In 2008, he started participating in the open source community. After working with Spring a bit here and there, he started investigating the Seam framework. After finding use of the framework in a few applications, he started participating more and more with the community.

Eventually, he became the module lead for a couple of components in Seam 3 and started working more and more with open source technologies. This led to more and more community involvement, including participation in the JMS 2.0 Expert Group.

After following through on some test-driven trends, he decided to try out a new framework called Arquillian to help automate some of the testing being performed on a few work-related projects. It surprisingly worked well, to the point of being used to perform all of the automated testing against container deployments of applications he was working on. This drove a lot of passion for the framework and his continued use of the tool today.


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Das Buch gibt einen recht brauchbaren Überblick über die Thematik. Die Standard-Dokumentation zu Arquillian (insbesondere im Zusammenspiel mit TomEE) ist ja wirklich spärlich. Gut finde ich, daß auf die teilweise erheblichen Unterschiede der verschiedenen Ausführungsumgebungen (Container) eingegangen wird.

Trotzdem scheint mit das Buch keinen umfassenden oder auch nur einführenden Überblick über Arquillian zu geben. Selbst so einfache Fragen wie "Wie lädt man eine nicht-leere beans.xml" werden nicht oder nur per Zufall aus Code-Beispielen beantwortet. Hier hätte ich mehr System und eine andere Gliederung erwartet. Shrinkwrap hätte m.E. nach vorne gehört, die Details der Container weiter nach hinten.

Dazu kommt, daß ich die Sprache für schwer lesbar halte. Manche Stellen sind erkennbar grammatikalisch falsch, also schlecht redigiert. Bei anderen bin ich mir nicht sicher, aber ich stolpere immer wieder. Es gibt englische Bücher, die sich flüssiger lesen lassen, was dann Verständnis und Vergnügen zugute kommt.

Ich würde das Buch wieder kaufen, so lange es kein besseres gibt. Dafür ist Arquillian als Testplattform zu wichtig. Aber ich sehe auch noch viel Potential für Verbesserungen.
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HASH(0x904d0414) von 5 Sternen Your number one source of information and a must have in your collection. 30. Mai 2013
Von M. Eisele - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I've been involved with the Arquillian project since some time now. After I received the JBoss Community Leader Award for my work with the Arquillian project in the category documentation back in April 2012 everybody was expecting me to write a book on it. Honestly I never felt like having the time to write a book at all. So I was really glad that John took over and took on the efforts putting a book together a book about my favorite integration testing tool. Time to review his work. Thanks to Packt for giving me the opportunity to do this.

About the Author
John D. Ament (@JohnAment) was born to a beautician and a taxi driver in the warm summer of 1983 in Ridgewood, New York. At the age of six his family moved to the northern suburbs of New Jersey. After graduating from the Rutgers University and working a few short-term IT jobs, he moved to the southern side of New Jersey just outside of Philadelphia, where he has been located for the last seven years. In 2008, he started participating in the open source community. After working with Spring a bit here and there, he started investigating the Seam framework. After finding use of the framework in a few applications, he started participating more and more with the community. Eventually, he became the module lead for a couple of components in Seam 3 and started working more and more with open source technologies. This led to more and more community involvement, including participation in the JMS 2.0 Expert Group. After following through on some test-driven trends, he decided to try out a new framework called Arquillian to help automate some of the testing being performed on a few work-related projects. It surprisingly worked well, to the point of being used to perform all of the automated testing against container deployments of applications he was working on. This drove a lot of passion for the framework and his continued use of the tool today.

The Content
Removing everything else (Preface, Index, etc.) leaves you with 212 content pages in 10 chapters. That is a reasonable amount of information and the chapters cover every interesting part of Arquillian.

The first chapter "The Aliens Have Landed!" is meant to get your feet wet. You will be writing tests with your code, and deploying using embedded Weld, OpenWebBeans, and Glassfish.
The second chapter "The Evolution of Testing" focuses on the technologies that have existed for many years to support our testing efforts. In some cases, these are introductions to technologies that Arquillian can
extend and others that Arquillian may compete with.
The third chapter "Container Testing" introduces you to the three types of containers supported in Arquillian (embedded, managed and remote) and guides you through the configuration.
Chapter four "Why Did the Test Fail?" gives you some troubleshooting advices when nothing works.
The fifth chapter "Enriching the Enterprise Test Case" focuses on test cases, and the enrichment that occurs when using Arquillian in those test cases.
Just a little after the first half you get introduced to "Arquillian Extensions" in chapter six.
UI Testing is covered in chapter seven "Functional Application Testing" and directly followed by "Service Testing" in chapter eight. Chapters nine and ten focus on lesser documented areas of the ecosphere. "Arquillian and OSGi" and "ShrinkWrap in Action".

Writing and Style
Generally the instructions are clear, the code is readable and there are some very rare screen-shots which actually are of questionable help. The overall level of detail and mixed in complexity is appropriate and in case you need it you can download the source code from Packt. As a non native reader I didn't found any issues while reading the book. Honestly I haven't read every single page but browsed through some of the stuff I had blogged about before.

Conclusion and recommendation
The goal of this book is to help understand how and where to use Arquillian with enterprise applications. It provides an in-depth overview of Arquillian throughout the book, as well as overall strategies for how to add Arquillian to your standards at work. If you're not that kind of guy willing to gather everything from the various sources on the net this is your number one source of information and a must have in your collection.
HASH(0x90a169e4) von 5 Sternen Good technical content hampered by terrible editing 17. Juni 2015
Von J. Fernandez - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Packt Pub cranks out books, and "as a result", they are typically badly edited. Why the quotes in the previous sentence? You will see that phrase no less than 47 times in this book. That isn't hyperbole - I counted.

You will find many other choice phrases, including "Since we haven't dug into it much yet, it's important to understand the use of this file.", and "I decided to create a section for configurations you may be curious about at this point, but I'm not sure if this is the right place for them." Wait, was that supposed to be a note to an editor or publishable text? Here's my fave: "JMX is a protocol that was built for JBoss AS 7. As a result, it is meant to test within the JBoss AS 7 stack, where Arquillian is used quite heavily. The JMX protocol as a result does not generate an HTTP request." "as a result" + "as a result" + assertion that JMX was built for JBoss AS 7 == Gold.

Unlike many other Packt books, if you can suffer through the awkwardly phrased text you will find some decent tech coverage and examples. The author covered JPA, EJB, JAX-WS, JAX-RS, CDI, and even web testing with Selenium. I'm prepping a test harness for a class and I couldn't find a single example of something I will need to test that wasn't covered in this book.
HASH(0x90598450) von 5 Sternen A good overview book 27. November 2013
Von Valerii Potokov - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The book includes many points I found helpful in understanding the Arquillian Framework based paradigm. It gives good overview of its wide spectrum of extensions and applications. It also includes suggestions how to deal with some failures for different types of containers and configurations. The book content presumes that a reader is very experienced with the full stack of Enterprise Java computing platform, testing methodologies, able to grasp concepts easily. It makes reading a bit challenging, but stimulates you to explore all necessary details that are not in the book. The code that is belong to the most of the chapters is a good starting point for the practical exploration and adjustment.

I did not succeed with all available code examples, some require more time than I had to sort out and fix dependencies. Just for my feel some next edition would benefit if stay in the same overview level of depth for all chapters and make all example code workable in one-go. The breadth of scope looks very good for the "224 pages" Book.

I would put "ShrinkWrap in Action" chapter as one of the first in the Book and "Why Did the Test Fail?" chapter as a last one. It seems more easy for the readers be familiar with the conceptions points first and then see why they fail. It'll be good to have the suggested reference links at the end of the Book for related products/services that are not covered in details in the content.

I would recommend this Book as a good introduction to the Arquillian Framework capabilities.
HASH(0x9054f3a8) von 5 Sternen Start writing real tests with Arquillian and this book 21. Februar 2014
Von Alex Soto - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Five star book for a five star framework. In this book the author shows very clearly why every enterprise project should start using Arquillian to write their tests. Also I find this book so useful in the way that it touches very common scenarios in our day-by-day work like creating REST or SOAP services, dealing with persistence or UI, and how can be tested using Arquillian. This book is well written and the examples really help to understand the contents explained on the book. If you want to improve your tests and start writing real tests, then this is your book.
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HASH(0x90ba896c) von 5 Sternen First impressions - rich in information but a bit hard to read 25. Mai 2013
Von Tomas Zezula - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Kindle Edition
I have tried Arquilian before and really like its features. I have just finished the first chapter of the book and quickly skimmed through the rest. Compared to the step-by-step tutorials available on-line, the guide provides a deeper insight into deployments and peculiarities of various application servers. It feels a bit heavy and meticulous for my taste, but I will wait with the final conclusion after I am done with the book. I would say the guide is suitable for those knowledgeable of Java EE, Maven and build tools in general. So far, I appreciate a clear structure and focus on the bigger picture in the beginning.
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