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Passing value to XML file from java class

Kishan Radadia
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Hi,

I am performing unit testing using JUnit where I am testing my code using test cases defined in xml file.

I am creating a user using the test case defined in xml file. But the catch is I want to create mutiple users with different names.

Is it possible to possible to pass value(username) to xml file from the java class where testcases are executed?

Thanks
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Kishan,
Welcome to CodeRanch!

I'm not sure what passing a value to an XML file means. XML is static. Can you elaborate?


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Kishan Radadia
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By passing value I meant, can I pass value to username variable in XML file when I execute testcase from .java file.
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Are you using XSLT or something on top of XML? Or trying to pass the filename. Because again, XML is just data. It isn't an executable program that you can pass a value to.
Doug Slavens
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Have you considered using TestNG? One of the features of TestNG is that is allows parameters to be passed from the test suite xml file directly to the test method. Also, TestNG has an @DataProvider annotation that can be used to create an object array in which the test is run once for every element in the array.

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