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Spring Roo 1.1 Cookbook by Ashish Sarin

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Executing persistent entities tests

In previous recipes we saw how to create mock and integration tests for persistent entities. In this recipe we'll look at how to execute these tests using the perform tests command of Spring Roo.

Getting ready

Exit the Roo shell and delete the contents of the C:\roo-cookbook\ch02-recipes directory.

Execute the ch02_jsr303_fields.roo script. It creates a flight-app Roo project and sets up Hibernate as the persistence provider using the persistence setup command. The script also creates a Flight entity, which has FlightKey as its composite primary key class, and adds fields to the Flight and FlightKey classes. If you are using a different database than MySQL or your connection settings are different from what is ...

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