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By Simon_Maple
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Published: Feb 08 2013 / 02:36

There are times when mocking is useful during testing, but there are also times where you should NOT use mocking during testing. These are the times where you are actually interested in the interface of this class with its dependencies. This article looks at unit tests and integration tests and explains the differences as well as when each should be used.
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