I'd say you could add executions to the surefire plugin with different
Look at this gist (I've omitted some details):
AFAIK, even if the executions are all bound to the same phase in the
lifecycle, they execute in the order specificied in the POM.
Beware this is the behavior I've observed and can't confirm it is specified
On 16 February 2017 at 10:06, Paul Hammant <p...@hammant.org> wrote:
> Hi folks,.
> I've a fast WebDriver using build that I blogged about: A 16 Second Java
> Webapp Build (Including WebDriver Tests)
> Jooby (like SpringBoot and SparkJava) give new options for testing - it can
> be instantiated in a JUnit test. Everything can be done in Surefire now,
> and the Failsafe plugin isn't needed for these. Don't believe me - watch
> the video in the blog entry above, it's not long.
> New problem. I want unit tests to run in this order:
> 1. unit
> 2. integration (may invoke service calls headlessly)
> 3. function (will use WebDriver)
> I can't work out what magic I have to do with executions to allow that to
> Here is how far I got:
> It is all a bit second class, because I'd have to do ...
> mvn clean test -Punit-tests
> mvn test -Pintegration-tests
> mvn test -Pfunctional-tests
> ... to simulate a pipeline, and I would be happy to just rely on
> annotations for classifications.
> I really want to do ...
> mvn clean test -DexecutionOrder=unit,integration,functional
> ... and shave seconds off the build.
> How do I configure that tersely and elegantly in the surefire plugin today?