JUnit

If your test suite produces JUnit-compatible XML reports, you can enable our JUnit parser by annotating your test command with the junit type.

java:
  java_version: java-7-openjdk
  maven_version: '3.3.3'  # See our Java documentation for versions
tests:
  - type: junit
    command: mvn test
    report_files:
    - "target/surefire-reports/*.xml"

Going into detail on the configuration file:

  • The java section sets Java and Maven versions
  • The tests section will run a single command (mvn test) and look for Junit XML reports using the target/surefire-reports/*.xml glob pattern. If your JUnit reporter writes files into a different path, you can specify your own pattern, or a list of patterns.

Also it is possible to customize test command name using name key:

tests:
  - name: JUnit test example
    command: mvn verify
    report_files:
    - "target/surefire-reports/*.xml"

You can see a sample application that’s configured to run mvn test and collect JUnit results here:

https://github.com/solanolabs/spring-mvc-showcase/

Compatibility

Solano’s JUnit parser works with most JUnit-compatible test reporting tools. We test against:

  • Ant
  • Maven (Surefire)
  • Gradle
  • SBT
  • Play
  • Nosetests
  • Mocha
  • PHPUnit