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Invoke a JUnit test case

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I am using Junit 4.

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I have many JUnit test cases. In GUI, of course, I know how to run it. And see the result. The trace information is written into a log file. Then I collect data in the excel.

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Now I want above process totally automated. I want to write a main function, in this main function, I invoke selected test case, and trace information is recorded into log and I collect data and write to excel. I know how to collect data from log and then write to excel. But I am wondering how to invoke selected test cases in my main class. Does JUnit provide some API so that I could run test case easily instead of using reflection.

Juhani

 
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you can also use org.junit.runner.JUnitCore
http://junit.sourceforge.net/doc/cookbook/cookbook.htm
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Sorry, What about I am using Maven. Are there some Maven plugin allowing me just test one, or selected test cases?
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What about I just want to test one java file. For example, performTest.java. In which, there are a couple of test I want and I only want to run this java file for one particular purpose.
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then you would just run it with org.junit.runner.JUnitCore
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I need more time to check...
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