How can I ignore all test methods using @ignore annotation in JUnit?

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Jun 12 in Selenium by Gavish
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@Gavish, if you want to ignore all the test methods, then you need to use @Ignore annotation at the class level. Following code snippet will demonstrate how you can ignore all test methods by calling @ignore at class level: 

package ignoreTestCase.junit;		

import static org.junit.Assert.assertEquals;				

import org.junit.Ignore;		
import org.junit.Test;		

@Ignore		
public class JunitTestExample {				

    public String message = "Ignore Test Methods";							

    JUnitMessage junitMessage = new JUnitMessage(message);							

    @Test		
    public void testJUnitMessage() {					

        System.out.println("Junit Message is printing ");					
        assertEquals(message, junitMessage.printMessage());					

    }		

    @Test		
    public void testJUnitHiMessage() {					
        message="Hi!" +message;							
        System.out.println("Junit Hi Message is printing ");					
        assertEquals(message, junitMessage.printHiMessage());					

    }		
}
answered Jun 12 by Tisha

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