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Agitar Updates JUnit Tool

Agitar Technologies has announced Version 5.1 of its AgitarOne JUnit generation and software agitation tool. AgitarOne 5.1 includes an all new JSF Expert, enhanced Hibernate Experts, and support for Eclipse 3.5 (Galileo).

With version 5.1's JSF Expert, AgitarOne provides mocks, using the Shale Test Framework, and test helpers to facilitate enhanced agitation and test generation of code using JSF. JSF is a development framework that provides a set of standard, reusable components used for building rich, dynamic graphical user interfaces for Java applications.

"One of our primary goals with this latest release was to provide an additional level, or depth of analysis, for our users," says Dale Brenneman, Agitar's VP of Technology. "Our existing support for JSF is now significantly enhanced with the delivery of our new JSF Expert."

Another feature of AgitarOne 5.1 is an enhancement to the Hibernate Experts. The Hibernate Experts previously have supported Hibernate 2.x through 3.x, for configurations using XML mapping files. Hibernate 3.2 introduced configurations with annotations, which are now supported with this Hibernate Experts enhancement.

Agitar has also included other upgrades in the new version, such as those to the AgitarOne Client so that the Eclipse IDE plugins are now compatible with Eclipse 3.5 (Galileo).

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