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sam backet

Joined: Sep 02, 2011
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I want to build a test Suite for my integration tests in java. The special thing is that I want to start the spring context, run several tests in different classes and finally stop the spring context.

I'm using maven3. Maybe it is possible to use my pom.xml

Do anyone know, how I can solve it.


Jeanne Boyarsky
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Spring has an annotation to run a test class inside a Spring context. You could have that test call the methods in different classes. Or even launch another test suite.

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