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Ejb3Unit - out of container EJB 3.0 testing. Ejb3Unit is a JUnit extention and can execute automated standalone junit tests for all JEE or Ejb3 projects. The out of container approach leads to short build-test-cycles, no container deployment is needed. Announcement: jp-mobile and Ejb3unit will go mobile, please visit jp-mobile (GWT based) website at: http://code.google.com/p/jp-mobile/




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