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NoSQL Unit 0.7.3 Released

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NoSQL Unit 0.7.3 Released

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NoSQLUnit is a JUnit extension to make writing unit and integration tests of systems that use NoSQL backend easier. Visit official page for more information.

In 0.7.3 release, next changes has been added:

  • Support for Infinispan.
  • Adding the possibility to add custom insertion and comparison methods for each engine. Thanks to Bob Tiernay for the idea. https://github.com/lordofthejars/nosql-unit/issues/45
  • Adding the possibility to avoid NoSQLUnit injects fields annotated by @Inject by using @ByContainer annotation.  Very useful for Spring Framework Tests, Arquillian Tests or Needle Tests.
  • Removed JMockMongo as embedded Mongo implementation for Fongo project. Users should not notice any difference from the point of view of NoSQLUnit. Thank to Bob Tiernay for providing this valuable information about Fongo.
  • Updated mongo-java-driver to 2.10.1.
  • Updated neo4j to 1.8.
  • Fixed bug #46 thanks to MrKeyholder for discovering and attaching the solution code.
We keep learning,
Alex.
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