JUnit 4 migration

Finally even me landed in the JUnit 4 planet.

The main difficulty in migration from 3.8.* is the class AllTests : a class with all the tests in it from where you can run all application tests in one shot.

The 4.x way is to use JDK (>=5) annotation, but if you for some reason have to use the JDK 1.4 you have two solutions. The one I prefer is to use junit 3.8.x but if you cannot tolerate the missing of JUnit 4.x in the attached PDF you’ll find the standard 4.x way (with annotation) and a workaround for using the old JUnit TestSuite syntax.

Here is the PDF


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