In our previous post we figured out how to use DataProviders in JUnit tests - for some reason JUnit doesn’t support that from the box.
Fortunately there is com.tngtech.java:junit-dataprovider
Unfortunately attempts to use that in Spring driven tests will fail. It doesn’t work with Spring.
Spent some time on searching on the internet for possible solutions and found there is only one option - we need a different test runner. Yay! - a workaround for a workaround.
Note: The code below is the solution that I found on the internet and copied-pasted without any change. Don’t know who the author is - if you know the author let me know, I can add the link/reference here.
JUnit DataProvider with Spring example
The complete work JUnit DataProvider with Spring example that uses our custom
JUnit DataProviders Maven dependency
Yes, doesn’t look very elegant but… this is
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