Unit Tests

QuickFIX comes with a comprehensive suite of automated unit tests. These tests are run by a framework called UnitTest++. UnitTest++ allows developers to test C++ code by writing code that calls functions on objects and asserting correct behavior. These test verifies not only that the code works correctly, but also that it works the same on all platforms.

This sample shows the setup and execution of the test that verifies the Parser object can correctly extract messages from a stream.

struct readFixMessageFixture
{
  readFixMessageFixture()
  {
    fixMsg1 = "8=FIX.4.2\0019=12\00135=A\001108=30\00110=31\001";
    fixMsg2 = "8=FIX.4.2\0019=17\00135=4\00136=88\001123=Y\00110=34\001";
    fixMsg3 = "8=FIX.4.2\0019=19\00135=A\001108=30\0019710=8\00110=31\001";

    object.addToStream( fixMsg1 + fixMsg2 + fixMsg3 );
  }

  std::string fixMsg1;
  std::string fixMsg2;
  std::string fixMsg3;
  Parser object;
};

TEST_FIXTURE(readFixMessageFixture, readFixMessage)
{
  std::string readFixMsg1;
  CHECK( object.readFixMessage( readFixMsg1 ) );
  CHECK_EQUAL( fixMsg1, readFixMsg1 );

  std::string readFixMsg2;
  CHECK( object.readFixMessage( readFixMsg2 ) );
  CHECK_EQUAL( fixMsg2, readFixMsg2 );

  std::string readFixMsg3;
  CHECK( object.readFixMessage( readFixMsg3 ) );
  CHECK_EQUAL( fixMsg3, readFixMsg3 );
}