Suppose you have a large number of unit test cases and you don’t want them to be executed all at the same time during Maven build. You can simply achieve it via annotation @Category.
(1) Create empty class FastTests and SlowTests. (2) In your test case class, categorize your test method using @Category annotation:
(3) Append the following code to your pom.xml:
(4) In my project, by default all 7 test methods will be executed during Maven build:
Suppose you only want to execute unit test belonging to category “SlowTests”, use the following command line:
Since now I only marked one method with annotation SlowTests, only one test method is executed:
If you would like to execute all unit tests EXCEPT @SlowTests, simply add another profile in pom.xml:
Before test, in order to prove that Slow method is NOT really executed, I add a system.out.println in each method:
Use command line: mvn test -P NonSlowTests From console output, I can ensure that the method with @Category(SlowTests.class) is NOT executed at all.
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