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Listing 8-8. TestC TestNG Class package package3; import org.testng.annotations.Test; public class TestC { @Test(groups = {"GroupY"}) public void testC1() { System.out.println("testC1"); assert true; } @Test(groups = {"GroupX","GroupZ"}) public void testC2() { System.out.println("testC2"); assert true; } } Finally, the class TestC belongs to package3 and contains the test methods testC1 and testC2. The method testC1 belongs to the test group GroupY, and testC2 belongs to both GroupX and GroupZ. If we wanted, for example, to run all tests belonging to GroupX, we could use a testng.xml file like that shown in Listing 8-9. Listing 8-9. TestNG Configuration for Running Tests in GroupX <!DOCTYPE suite SYSTEM "http://beust.com/testng/testng-1.0.dtd" > <suite name="Some Tests" verbose="1"> <test name="Group Test"> <groups> <run> <include name="GroupX"/> </run> </groups> <classes> <class name="package1.TestA"/> <class name="package2.TestB"/> <class name="package3.TestC"/> </classes> </test> </suite> The testng.xml file also specified the classes to be included in the test. Running the test will produce output similar to:
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testA1 testB1 testC2 =============================================== Some Tests Total tests run: 3, Failures: 0, Skips: 0 =============================================== TestNG not only enables you to group test methods under one or more groups but also to create a group of groups. Powerful filtering capabilities enable you to include and exclude groups using regular expressions. For example, to run the tests in GroupX and GroupY, we can use the regular expression Group[XY] as shown in Listing 8-10. Listing 8-10. TestNG Configuration for Running Tests in GroupX and GroupY <!DOCTYPE suite SYSTEM "http://beust.com/testng/testng-1.0.dtd" > <suite name="Some Tests" verbose="1"> <test name="Group Test"> <groups> <run> <include name="Group[XY]"/> </run> </groups> <packages> <package name="package1"/> <package name="package2"/> <package name="package3"/> </packages> </test> </suite> Also notice that instead of declaring which classes for TestNG to look for tests, we instead are declaring the packages. Running the example in Listing 8-10 should produce output similar to: testA2 testA1 testB1 testC2 testC1 =============================================== Some Tests Total tests run: 5, Failures: 0, Skips: 0 ===============================================
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TestNG grouping provides much more flexibility than JUnit since there is no need to recompile any code. TestNG also provides the ability to create groups of methods and, as mentioned previously, groups of groups.
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TestNG also provides a mechanism for declaring dependencies amongst test methods and avoiding being overwhelmed by what Beust refers to as the failure cascade trauma in JUnit when it reports all the failures of dependent tests as well as the root failure. The Test annotation can take a parameter of dependsOnMethods, which takes a comma-separated list of methods. Similarly, you can declare method dependencies on a group via the dependsOnGroups parameter, which takes a comma-separated list of groups. TestNG will guarantee that all of the methods in a dependent group are executed before the method.
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TestNG allows test parameters to be passed from the testng.xml file or via the Parameters and DataProvider annotations. The org.testng.annotations.Parameters annotation applies to the org.testng.annotations.Test and org.testng.annotations.Configuration parameters. For example, if you wanted to have a set of database-specific tests, you could define the database parameters in the textng.xml file as shown in Listing 8-11. Listing 8-11. TestNG Parameterized Configuration <!DOCTYPE suite SYSTEM "http://beust.com/testng/testng-1.0.dtd" > <suite name="Test Suite" <parameter name="url" value="jdbc:mysql://localhost/test" /> <parameter name="driver" value="com.mysql.jdbc.Driver" /> <parameter name="username" value="user" /> <parameter name="password" value="pass" /> <test name="DBTest"> ... </test> </suite> To use the parameters in your test code simply use the parameters annotation as shown in Listing 8-12. Listing 8-12. Using TestNG Parameters in Code Connection connection = null; @Parameters({ "url", "driver", "username", "password" }) @Configuration(beforeTestClass = true) private void initializeDB(String url, String driver, String username, String password) {
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try { // Load the JDBC driver Class.forName(driver); connection = DriverManager.getConnection(url, username, password); } catch (ClassNotFoundException e) { // Could not find the driver } catch (SQLException e) { // Could not connect to the database } } @Test public void testXXX() { // do something with the connection }
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