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is a JUnit
extension to make writing unit and high-level tests of systems that use NoSQL
as backend easier. Visit the official page
for more information.
In current release instead of supporting one new engine, I focused on implementing an embedded in-memory Redis
engine based on Jedis
. Read in the documentation
the limitations on current implementation. And of course now NoSQLUnit
also supports embedded Redis
apart from Managed
you only have to register EmbeddedRedis
rule to use it.
public static EmbeddedRedis embeddedRedis = newEmbeddedRedisRule().build();
Moreover I have fixed some issues with Managed Cassandra lifecycle.
Also I have extended the support to embedded Neo4j engine by allowing the use of instance defined into Spring context file using spring data namespace. See next example that NoSQLUnit will populate data into instance defined in application context.
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" standalone="yes"?>
And in your test you only have to define SpringEmbeddedNeo4j rule passing the application context object where Neo4j is defined.
private ApplicationContext applicationContext;
SpringEmbeddedNeo4j springEmbeddedGds = newSpringEmbeddedNeo4jRule().beanFactory(applicationContext).build();
And finally in this version of NoSQLUnit, I have implemented that we can use Shard connections provided by Jedis library to populate defined data into different shards. The only thing you should do is changing configuration instance of RedisRule to ShardedRedisConfiguration. See next simple example:
public RedisRule redisRule = new RedisRule(newShardedRedisConfiguration()
.shard(host("127.0.0.1"), port(ManagedRedis.DEFAULT_PORT + 1))
And that's all for current version.
Next release 0.6.0 will contain support for HBase. Moreover there are an open poll to vote which engine would you like to see in next releases:
Stay in touch with the project and of course I am opened to any ideas that you think that could make NoSQLUnit better.
We keep learning,
Well, these boots are made for walking, and that's just what they'll do,
One of these days these boots are gonna walk all over you. (These Boots
Are Made For Walkin' - Nancy Sinatra)
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