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Java Unit Testing in Java What to Test The Happy Path and Beyond

Shaun Wetzel
Shaun Wetzel
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fail() not working as in video, junit 5 have a different way of doing it?

In the video Craig is using junit 4 and while testing test to see if they can fail he uses fail(); @6:00 mintues

however now Junit 5 is out and that's what I formatted to and fail() no longer works as intended i was wondering if there was a new way?

I'm having the same problem as well.

Same. Switching back to junit 4 fixed it for me, but I was not able to figure out what to do with junit 5.

1 Answer

Using "import static org.junit.jupiter.api.Assertions.*;" led te me use Fail()