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Testng is skipping @Before annotation from junit

 
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Hi,

I am trying to run run below code but testng is skipping @Before annotation, What is the reason behind it.

Here is the code.



 
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Greetings Sharma ,

Testng uses the @BeforeMethod instead of the JUNIT @Before annotation.
 
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Thanks for reply Asif,

I know @BeforeMethod and @BeforeClass is working fine but if why testNG skipped junit annotation?? any idea!!!


 
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It is dependant on the framework which you invoke to run the test cases. If you run with JUNIT , then the JUNIT annotations will be read and the TestNG annotations will be skipped. Same scenario is with TestNG. The TestNG does not understand the JUNIT annotations.
 
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