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Has anyone used TestNG?
TestNG is designed to cover all categories of tests: unit, functional, end-to-end, integration, etc...
Does any has done the end-to-end testing usingTestNG?
 
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Didn't yet feel the need to try it. For developer testing, I'm quite happy with JUnit; for acceptance testing, I prefer something that looks more like something business people can understand, for example FIT/FitNesse.
 
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Umesh,
I'm in the same boat as Ilja. I am happy with JUnit for unit and integration tests. For end to end GUI tests, I prefer to use a browser based tool. For end to end back end tests (like file processing), I am also happy with JUnit.

TestNG has a couple "features" that scare me, like test dependencies. I don't want the ability to do that! While I'm sure it's possible to use this in a good way, I view it as giving you rope to hang yourself. Most of the other features seem like they have the potential to be useful, but don't address a need we have at the moment.
 
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