This is a short and quick tutorial to get you started on Fitnesse and I will list down the steps below.

The tutorials on Fitnesse.org should do the trick,

Prerequisites: Why Fitnesse is used(if you are here, I am guessing, you already know this, and you want to get your hands dirty 🙂 )

Code repository: https://github.com/anirbanchowdhury/anirbans_playspace.git

1. Fitness is available at http://fitnesse.org/FitNesseDownload/ . Download and setup

Upon successful setup, you should see the customary http://localhost/FitNesse.UserGuide.TwoMinuteExample (Your port might differ, I am using the default 80)

2. Once, you are at the 2 minute example, an easy way to test your setup would be to edit and add a sample test case, for eg. denominator is 1. The below pic is a before pic, and if you notice, there is no denominator with 1 and no Edit button.

Lets edit this wiki page, and add numerator = 10, denominator = 1, and quotient ? = 10

http://localhost/FitNesse.UserGuide.TwoMinuteExample?edit

Search for the table below and add the last row.

| eg.Division | | numerator | denominator | quotient? | | 10 | 2 | 5.0 | | 12.6 | 3 | 4.2 | | 22 | 7 | ~=3.14 | | 9 | 3 | <5 | | 11 | 2 | 4<_<6 | | 100 | 4 | 33 | | 10 | 1 | 10 |

Save and Test. The last assertion should fail, which is expected..

3. Now, lets customize. Lets put up

- New test page
- Add Fixture which sits between System Under Test(SUT)
- Create a very simple biz logic class which mimics the SUT)

4. Test Page

Edit http://localhost/FitNesse.UserGuide.TwoMinuteExample?edit

and add next line at the end and save the page.

>SampleExample

Once you save the page, click on the [?] which should open up a new test page. Edit it. Replace everything with below:

!define TEST_SYSTEM {slim} !path D:\workspace\FitnesseBusinessApplication\bin |import| |com.fitnesse.fixture| !define COLLAPSE_SETUP {true} !define COLLAPSE_TEARDOWN {true} !|Division Program | |Numerator|Denominator|quotient?| | 10 | 2 | 5.0 | | 12.6 | 3 | 4.2 | | 22 | 7 | ~=3.14 | | 9 | 3 | <5 | | 11 | 2 | <6 | | 10 | 1 | 10.0 |

From here onwards, it is a Java implementation, and the below steps should be customized for your end system (.Net etc)

Everything below is coded on Eclipse and finally the class files are generated under :

D:\workspace\FitnesseBusinessApplication\bin

5. SUT (Business Logic)

package com.biz.calculator; public class Calculator { private float numerator; private float denominator; private float quotient; public Calculator(float numerator, float denominator) { super(); this.numerator = numerator; this.denominator = denominator; } public float getNumerator() { return numerator; } public void setNumerator(float numerator) { this.numerator = numerator; } public float getDenominator() { return denominator; } public void setDenominator(float denominator) { this.denominator = denominator; } public float getQuotient() { return numerator/denominator; } }

6. Fixture class which communicates between the SUT and the Fitnesse HTML.

(Actually, this is compiled to D:\workspace\FitnesseBusinessApplication\bin which is present under !path on the Fitnesse page)

package com.fitnesse.fixture; import com.biz.calculator.Calculator; public class DivisionProgram { private float numerator; private float denominator; private float quotient; public void setNumerator(float numerator) { this.numerator = numerator; } public void setDenominator(float denominator) { this.denominator = denominator; } public float quotient() { Calculator calculator = new Calculator(numerator, denominator); this.quotient = calculator.getQuotient(); return this.quotient; } }

**Few common problems:
**

a. Could not invoke constructor for DivisionProgram[0]

This means, Fitnesse is not able to resolve the Fixtures class, check the below settings on your Fitnesse page

Division Program should point to DivisionProgram class in fixture.

!path D:\workspace\FitnesseBusinessApplication\bin |import| |com.fitnesse.fixture| !|Division Program |

b. Method Quotient[0] not found in com.fitnesse.fixture.DivisionProgram.

This will not come if you follow the instructions properly, but if you customize, then this might happen. Basically, Quotient? searches for a getter named Quotient() on the Fixture, but if you check again, you have a getter method named quotient() [Case sensitive]

Very well explained. Nice work, thx

Nice work !

Be careful: If you just copy and paste the code for the Fitnesse Test Page (Step 4) there will be blank spaces at the beginning of some lines. In my case Fitnesse was not able to compile the code in a right way and I could not execute any test (always got “Could not invoke constructor for DivisionProgram[0]”). Removing the blank spaces at the beginning of any line solved the problem.

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For those who copy and paste the code on this page: when you get errors, look for spaces in front of the lines (they will corrupt the code)