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Ant 1.7 + Junit 4 problems

 
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Having some problems with configuring junit 4 in ant 1.7.
This is how the target looks like:

This is the exception:

Is there something specific i need to think about when using these things?
Have "wasted" an entire work day trying to figure this out.

// Gorby
 
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Have you read the documentation? It explicitly states that the name attribute is a classname, not a file name. The fact that you're getting a ClassNotFoundException should also be a clue.

The docs also explain what to do if you want to run several tests (namely, use the <batchtest> tag).
[ September 18, 2008: Message edited by: Ulf Dittmer ]
 
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The test name attribute expects a Java class.
If you look at the examples, you can see that a valid classname like my.test.TestCase is expected.

You are passing C:\client\test\AllTests.*
That is not a valid Java class. That is a dos filemask.

To do what you want to do, please have a look at the batchtest example found on the same link given above.

Regards, Jan

[ah! parallel posts]
[ September 18, 2008: Message edited by: Jan Cumps ]
 
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