IBM z/OS application continuous integration, Part 2. Continuous testing at all levels

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Zhang Hong Chen and Rosalind Radcliffe

Date archived: December 20, 2016 | First published: November 13, 2012

Continuous integration improves software quality by continuously applying a quality control process. It has become an important practice of agile software development. This article describes how continuous integration concepts that are used in distributed development map to the IBM System z domain. The first article of this two-part series was about how to use Rational Team Concert to automate builds and deployment of mainframe applications. This article describes how to add automated unit tests, interface tests, and UI tests to the continuous integration process.

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