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pair programming, 7–8, 296 parallel test class hierarchy, 148–151 parameterizing the factory method, 151 parameters, removing/adding, 88 path coverage, 168 Peeters, Vera, 237, 239 performance tests, 5 persistence interface, 181–187 persistent dummy, 178–181 persistent objects, 173–199 abstract interface, 178 ad hoc queries, 184–185 centralized persistence interface, 186 dependency inversion principle, 178 designing database interface, 181–187 dummy implementation, 178–181 evolution of persistence technology, 195–196 example (CRM system), 175–178 four-database approach, 191–192 interaction test cases, 196–198 JDBC mocks, 193–195 lightweight database, 181, 192 mock objects, 181, 193–195 multiuser database, 191 object-centered persistence, 185–187 persistence mechanisms, 173 preconfigured data, 193 problems, 174 query language, 184–185 RDBMS, 173–174 scaling problems, 187 speeding up the test suite, 192–193 test data consistency, 191–192 test suite, 198 testing the right persistence, 187–196 TestSetup decorator, 198 transactions, 182–184 Planning Extreme Programming (Beck), 362 polymorphism, 155–160 populated development database, 192 post-condition, 85 Practical Guide to Testing Object-Oriented Software (Marick), 363 pre-condition, 84–85 PrintWriter, 102 procedural integration tests, 82 process, 292 process monitoring, 297 process types/testing strategies, 299–305 processes, 201 product quality, 294 production database, 192 program-specific query language, 185 programming in pairs, 7–8, 296 project-specific expansions, 95–96 pseudodeterminism, 207 psychological phenomenon, 66
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