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I had the same question/problem. This is how I solve it String validHtml = "some valid html"; InputStream inputStream = new ByteArrayInputStream(validHtml.getBytes(StandardCharsets.UTF_8)); Tidy tidy = new Tidy(); tidy.setXmlTags(true); tidy.parse(inputStream, null); System.out.println("errors "+tidy.getParseErrors()); ...


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In your position I would look at creating a single JUnit test that loops through the csv rows and behaves accordingly based on the parameters given in each row. I assume you haven't done it like this for reportability reasons? You want to be able to get feedback on each row or something like that? It is possible to hack at the TestRunner to do something ...


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Major difference in TestNG and JUnit test frameworks is their scope. Junit is a unit testing framework while TestNG addresses testing at a higher level. and my recommendation is TestNG(Next Generation) Framework. Find the some references to get details about both of them- http://www.slideshare.net/ssuser220b38/junit-and-testng ...


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JUnit 4 and TestNG are both very popular unit test framework in Java. However, TestNG's goal is much wider, which includes not only unit testing, but also support of integration and acceptance testing, etc. Which one is better or more suitable depends on use contexts and requirements. Annotations: In JUnit, the @BeforeClass and @AfterClass methods have to ...



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