Impersonator pattern

The impersonator pattern is a testing architecture pattern. It deals with the problem of performing integration and functional tests over unstable, slow, not always available,  data-changing or inexistent integration environments by providing an implementation which mimics the exact protocols and semantics of those environments while requiring minimal resources and providing full control over execution and managed data.

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