Is there a way to run only few test cases at a time in testNG class?

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I was preparing few test case for learning testNG. Is there a way by which I can run only few test case?

Can someone help me for this, it will be a great help.

Thank you in advance.
Dec 27, 2018 in Selenium by Sradha
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Hello @sradha, yes there are many ways by which you can get this done.

1. By using grouping. You can create a group of task you want to execute and then make a suite for it and only those test cases will run.

2. By using enable and disable in the test method such that only the test case where enabled = true will execute and the test methods with enabled = false will not.

Hope this helps.
answered Dec 27, 2018 by Rashmi

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