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Apache Ant JUnit Task

This task is used to run tests from the JUnit testing framework. This task is depend on external libraries that are not included in Apache Ant distribution by default.

The junit.jar and ant.junit.jar both are required to run this task, so put these JAR's in ANT_HOME/lib location.

The <junit> element is used in build.xml file to implement this task. It also supports a nested element <classpath> which presents path-like structure.

Apache Ant Junit Task Attributes

Attribute Description Required
printsummary It prints summery of the test cases. No
fork Run the tests in a separate JVM No
forkmode It controls how many JVMs get created if we want to fork test cases. No
haltonerror It stops the build process if any error occurs. No
errorproperty This property is set in error event. No
haltonfailure It stops the build process if a test fails. No
timeout It cancels the individual tests if they don't finish in the given time. No
maxmemory Maximum amount of memory to allocate to the forked JVM. No
jvm The command used to invoke JVM. No
dir The directory in which to invoke JVM. No
tempdir A directory where Ant should place temporary files. No reloading Whether or not a new classloader should be instantiated for each test case. No clonevm It makes a clone of the process running in JVM. No

Let's see some examples to understand the functionalities of this testing task.

Apache Ant JUnit Task Example

The above example is running a test case defined into TestCase.

This example runs a separate JVM and run test on it. The fork attribute will run a new JVM.





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