Maven project is not generating TestNG results within the test-output folder in a Selenium project

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I have created a Maven project with Selenium and TestNG. When I try to run the project using a pom file it does not generate TestNG results (test-output folder). But when I try this: testng.xml->(right-click) run as ->TestNG suite, it generates the results. 

Any help would be appreciated. 

Jul 1, 2019 in Selenium by Vaishnavi
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You can find the answer here.

In Run from testNg.xml directly -By default in maven project HTML reports get created into a test-output folder

In case we run from pom.xml using a surefire plugin - Reports will get created into target\surefire-reports.

answered Aug 30, 2020 by Karthikeya
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