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Hi I think this is the rigth forum sorry if it isnĀ“t

when I run my jUnit test in local it works, when I upload it to the SVN jira end me an email saying that ESFormTest.java:[5,18] package org.mockito does not exist

Any advice, please?
 
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You posted the same question about Bamboo. Bamboo is a continuous integration server and JIRA is a defect reporting tool. I'm guessing there is some integration that Bamboo cuts a JIRA ticket on build failures. Regardless, troubleshooting is the same.

ESFormTest sounds like it has an import for mockito and mockito isn't on the classpath. How is your classpath set? Eclipse? Ant? Maven?
 
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