You now need to add a test fixture file to the unit test project.
COBOL Explorer view, ensure that the TestAirportDemo project is selected, then click
File > New > Other.
This opens the
New dialog box.
Micro Focus COBOL, and then click
COBOL Unit Test.
This opens the
New COBOL Unit Test dialog box.
Containing project field, ensure that it states the TestAirportDemo project.
New file name field, type
Create unit test from program, click
Browse, select the
aircode.cbl program (from within the AirportDemo project), then click
DistanceTest.cbl test fixture file is created within the TestAirportDemo unit test project.
Before you can run the unit test project, you need to ensure that it shares the same platform target value as the project
under test. In this case, the AirportDemo project is 32 bit, and so the TestAirportDemo project also needs to be set to 32
TestAirportDemo and select
Micro Focus > Build Configurations > Link.
Bitism is set to
32 bit, then click
Apply and Close.
Review the following items that have been added to the resulting fixture file. They are all required to allow you to call
into the AirportDemo project:
The two copybooks required by the
Micro Focus Unit Testing Framework are copied into the project.
A test setup and a test case have been created.
A procedure pointer has been added to the test setup that enables you to call into the source code, and a level 78 constant
for the test case name has been added (to help when creating the different elements of the test case).
The Linkage section from the source program has been replicated in the Working-storage section, initialized, and a CALL statement
coded in the test case.
The project containing the program under test is added to the
Projects tab of the Build Path properties.