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Java Unit Testing in Java What to Test The Happy Path and Beyond

I wish you would explain what you mean by "Happy Path".


2 Answers

The "Happy Path" is testing only the intended action of the method. The alternative is to test edge cases, and they're harder to test automatically using these (thought not impossible).

See the QA Engineering course for more info about these.