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mbien said ...

looks like a RFE for junit to me. I agree the execution order of test methods should not change between runs. something like @After("test5") or @Test("2") would solve it in most cases IMO. I always had the habit to sort the result of getMethods() alphabetically (method name+parameters concatenated) in my libs (mostly code generators) since i knew this might happen some time in the future.

thanks for the heads up!

--mbien 01:15, 23 August 2011 (CEST)

Hello Michael, I've been told that TestNG supports ordering of tests. Kent replied to me that methods in JUnit test class should rather be independent. As far as the RFE for JUnit goes - right, Jesse created one. Actually, what Jesse suggest is to sort test methods alphabetically.

--JaroslavTulach 16:14, 27 August 2011 (UTC)

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