Running DevTest with Ant and JUnit

You can execute ldt tests as JUnit tests within the execution path of an Ant build.
You can execute
tests as JUnit tests within the execution path of an Ant build.
This feature provides real automated build and test integration opportunities. You can use the flexibility of Ant and the simplicity of JUnit with the power of 
DevTest Solutions
to meet the following automation needs:
  • Integration
  • Load
  • Stress
  • Production monitoring
Ant is a Java-based, open source automated software building tool. Ant is extended with support for many third-party tools, including JUnit. For more information, see
supports Ant
1.9.x and above with a 1.8 JDK. Refer to System Requirements for requirements.
JUnit is a Java-based, open source unit-testing framework. JUnit is widely supported by third-party testing tools, including
DevTest Solutions
. For more information, see
  • The DevTest Ant Tasks can run any
    test or suite, making the
    tests look like they JUnit tests.
  • The JUnit reports and log files are generated only when the
    Ant task is used to run tests.
  • The JUnit step enables existing JUnit test cases to be integrated into the testing workflow. You can use
    to wrap the JUnit tests and execute them through
  • The
    task enables automating testing without going through the
    user interface. The
    task generates an HTML report because there is no user interface that it can send results to.