How to implement RunListener a JUnit Listener example

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Nejc Dezelak
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Nejc Dezelak

Great tutorial!
Note that super.run(Notification notification) is actually the main execution method and is called only once so make sure you attach a Listener before calling it.

Buzz2Buzz
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Buzz2Buzz

Great, thanks.
But I’ve got a question, this way it produces a report for each annotated class. How to avoid this and only have one report ?

Arjen den Hartog
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Arjen den Hartog

Great,

Why is the “testRunStarted” method not called?

Background:
I am currently creating integration tests with JUnit. I want to setup the environment (e.g. init database with some data) in the

testRunStarted() method.

vikesh pandey
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vikesh pandey

i have this scenario. I have declared a member variable in JUnitExecutionListener which is populated in testRunStarted(). Now i want to use this variable in one of Test classes(RunListenerTest in this case). How can i do that. There seems to be no way i can access any member of the listener in my tests. please help