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Run a JUnit 4 test repeatedly

Jakub Drzazga
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I would like to run single test many times. How can I do it?
Jeanne Boyarsky
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With the exact same data? Why? To test threading or something else? (The answers influence approach which is why the answer comes with questions.)

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Or perhaps the same test with different inputs and expected results each time?

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xsunil kumar
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Can you try maven to do this job. Maven can invoke junit by using command line. What i will suggest, create one shell script ( in linux) or batch file( in windows), write a code to run the script number of times what you want. in script you can write maven command to invoke junit.

Hope this will help you.
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