The following installation process uses Eclipse Version 4.14.0 as on Mar’20 to install TestNG. 1) Launch the Eclipse IDE and click “ Install New Software ” in the Help menu. 2) You will see a new installation dialog window, click the “ Add ” button. 3) Fill out the information as follows. Install and open Eclipse. Locate ‘Help’ option on the menu bar and click it. Select the option ‘Install New Software’, as shown below. Click the ‘Add’ button on the appeared installation box. You will see an ‘Add Repository’ dialog box, where you need to provide the Name and Location.
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We can install TestNG in Eclipse to create a test automation framework with the help of the following steps −
First, we have to launch the Eclipse editor, click the menu Help, and then choose Eclipse Marketplace.
The Eclipse Marketplace pop-up shall come up, enter TestNG in the search box and click on Go. Once the search result – TestNG for Eclipse gets populated at the top, click on Install.
After some time, the confirm Selected Features window comes up, check the TestNG for Eclipse and proceed.
Choose the radio button - Keep my installation the same, then click on Confirm.
Next, we have to choose the option – I accept the terms of the license agreement and then click on Finish.
Once done, the Eclipse has to be restarted. Now, right-click on a project and verify if TestNG is displayed on the list of options.
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In this way, the TestNG installation is done in Eclipse.
TestNG comes as a plugin for Eclipse IDE. However, before we can start using it, TestNG plugin has to be installed and configured. There are three ways to install TestNG In Eclipse IDE:
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We’ll be going through each method in this post. I am using Eclipse Oxygen.2 version on Windows 10 – if you are using any other version of Eclipse or Windows, the screen shots might appear different, but the basic installation steps remain the same.
Method 1: Install TestNG via Eclipse Marketplace
We’ll start off with the quickest and easiest method.
Step 1: Launch Eclipse IDE > Navigate to “Eclipse Marketplace.” under Help menu. Click on it.
Step 2: A new dialog, as seen below, should open up. In the “Find” field, enter “TestNG” and click on “GO.” You should now see “TestNG for Eclipse” listed with an “Install” button. Click on it to download and install the plugin.
Method 2: Install TestNG as a Software via Repository
Step 1: Launch Eclipse IDE > Navigate to “Help” menu > Click on “Install New Software” sub-menu item.
Step 2: In “Install” dialog, tap on the drop-down menu corresponding to “Work with” field and select URL:
TestNG - http://beust.com/eclipse.
If you’re not able to see the URL in drop-down menu, just add the software site manually. To do that, click on “Add” button seen next to “Work with” field:
Enter “TestNG” for the “Name” field and type in
http://beust.com/eclipse/ for the “Location” field. Click “OK.” After this, you should be able to see TestNG listed below.
Step 3: Select checkbox corresponding to “TestNG” and click on “Next” button.
Step 4: Eclipse will then show you the selections made for installation and calculate the software requirements to download the selected TestNG plugin. Click on “Next” on the “Install Details” screen.
Step 5: Read and accept the license agreement by clicking on “I accept the terms” radio button and hit Finish. Eclipse will now start downloading the necessary files and install the TestNG plugin.
If you encounter a security warning dialog, simply click on “Install anyway” button to proceed with the installation.
Step 6: Once the software update completes successfully, Eclipse will prompt you for a restart. Click on “Restart Now.”
Step 7: After the restart, verify the TestNG plugin installation by going to Window > Preferences. You should be able to see a TestNG section.
That’s it. We have successfully installed TestNG plugin in Eclipse.
Method 3: Install TestNG via JAR files
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This method requires you to download the zipped version of TestNG from GitHub and extract the files inside Eclipse directory. You can install both release and beta version of TestNG following the below steps:
Step 1: Open
https://github.com/cbeust/testng-eclipse and download the desired version of TestNG zipped file.
Step 2: Navigate to Eclipse installation folder > dropins. Inside “dropins” create a new folder named:
testng-eclipse-6.14. The folder should be named based on the version you’ve downloaded. As of writing of this post, the latest release version was “18.104.22.168802161500.”
Step 3: Now open the downloaded ZIP file and you should be able to see two folders: “features” and “plugins”. Extract those folders to “testng-eclipse-6.14”
Step 4: Finally, launch Eclipse IDE and you will be able to start using TestNG in your project.