David Newcomb

Reading, United Kingdom

bigsoft.co.uk/blog

Age: 42

Managing Director of BigSoft Limited with 20 years of programming experience. Currently working in the broadcast sector.

Jul
28
reviewed Approve suggested edit on Where do I put my XML beans in a Spring Boot application?
Jul
28
comment Where do I put my XML beans in a Spring Boot application?
Do I have to put @ImportResource on top of every spring application and test case I write or is there a default name/location that spring automatically looks in?
Jul
28
asked Where do I put my XML beans in a Spring Boot application?
Jul
28
comment Spring Boot changing datasource to point to a mysql database
You know you can accept your own answer?
Jul
24
awarded Curious
Jul
23
revised A Parameterized Parameterized test or Parameterized Suite with a before and after
Add "code"
Jul
23
asked A Parameterized Parameterized test or Parameterized Suite with a before and after
Jul
22
awarded Strunk & White
Jul
22
revised How to parameterize junit Test Suite
format code
Jul
22
revised Paramterized Testing with Junit
format code
Jul
22
comment With jUnit 4, can I parameterize @BeforeClass?
this.bigThing will always be null, as you get a new instance of BigThingTests for each @Test.
Jul
15
awarded Teacher
Jul
15
awarded Autobiographer
Jul
15
answered An English equivalent of Arabic idiom ‘Show us the breadth of your shoulders’
Jun
23
revised how to set kdiff3 as merge tool for svn
fix link
Jun
18
comment In a JUnit test is there a rule to set the subject of the test
I did a lot of experiments and found, as you say, that you get a new instance of the Test class for each test rather than, as I previously thought, the same instance being reused. Been too busy to get back here and upload my results so thanks for answering.
Jun
18
accepted In a JUnit test is there a rule to set the subject of the test
Jun
16
comment What is the best way to manage configuration data
The OP specifically said he didn't want to use property files!
Jun
7
revised MySQL commands work locally but fail when uploaded to TuxFamily
Grammer and unhelpful title
Jun
5
comment In a JUnit test is there a rule to set the subject of the test
Maybe I'm not understanding you but.. Yes but I'd like to get a real instance of the real object. I've been hunting around but it looks like I might have to write it myself.
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