Why, after upgrading to SilkCentral Test Manager 2008, do my JUnit tests exit with the status of "Not Executed"?

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Problem:

Why, after upgrading to SilkCentral Test Manager 2008, do my JUnit tests exit with the status of "Not Executed"?

Resolution:

After executing the JUnit tests, inspect the results and under the messages tab verify if the following error message is displayed:

junit error

If the above error has occurred it is because the classpath you specified for the Test Definition properties contains the period symbol in either of the following formats:

  • ".;" if specified before the end of the classpath
  • "." if specified at the end of the classpath

To resolve this issue simply follow the period symbol with a backslash:

  • ".\;"
  • ".\"

Old KB# 25037
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