How To Ignore TestNG Test | TestNG Tutorial

At times we may face some situations where our code is not ready and the test cases written to test a particular method may fail. In such cases, we could use TestNG annotation @Test(enabled = false). This TestNG annotation allows us to ignore testng test.

If a test method is annotated with @Test(enabled = false), then the test case that is not ready to test is ignored.

Now, let’s see how to ignore TestNG test using a script.

Script – Test Case 1:

Script – Test Case 2: I would like to ignore this test from the test execution

testNg.xml file:

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Console Output:

 

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2 thoughts on “How To Ignore TestNG Test | TestNG Tutorial”

  1. Hi Raj,

    what is difference between ignoring(enable=false) the TC and skipping(throw new Skipexeption TC? Both serve same purpose rt to not to execute particular TC. In the interview if they How to skip the TC then do we need to tell both the options?

    Thank you

    Reply
    • Hi Deepa,
      ‘@Test(enabled = false)’ is used to bypass the test which is not ready to test.
      ‘throw new SkipException’ is used to throw an exception to skip some condition.

      Reply

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