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  1. Apache Fineract
  2. FINERACT-949

Improve Java API style used for writing integration tests in Fineract

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    • Type: Improvement
    • Status: Open
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
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      The current (Java) "style" that integration tests are written in in Fineract is... really ugly!

      They are from a bygone era when Java had no generic. All those weird java.util.HashSet, with a lot of java.lang.Object etc. in tests are... so not 21st century style.

      I don't really have the answer here, yet - but perhaps others have ideas - how does one write Java (test) code in 2020 which deals with JSON in a nicer way?

      Does REST Assured (http://rest-assured.io) meanwhile offer a better way to do this kind of thing?

      Could https://github.com/skyscreamer/JSONassert be of use and interest for this purpose?

      BTW if using REST Assured better than we are is part of the answer here, then let's first do FINERACT-884.

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                vorburger Michael Vorburger
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