What is the importance of testing.xml file?

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What is the use of testing.xml file?
Jan 3, 2019 in Selenium by Nitesh
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We use testng.xml file to configure the complete test suite in a single file. Some of the features are as follows.

  • testng.xml file allows to include or exclude the execution of test methods and test groups
  • It allows to pass parameters to the test cases
  • Allows to add group dependencies
  • Allows to add priorities to the test cases
  • Allows to configure parallel execution of test cases
  • Allows to parameterize the test cases
answered Jan 3, 2019 by Tushar

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