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  • How To Run TestNG Using Command Prompt | Software Testing Material

    Goal: To Run TestNG using Command Prompt:

    Steps to achieve our goal – Executing TestNG using Command Prompt:

    1. Open Eclipse and create a Java class
    2. Write a Java program
    3. Convert the Java Program into TestNG
    4. Open command prompt
    5. Run the TestNG using command prompt

    Here is a video tutorial to learn “How To Run TestNG Using Command Prompt”:

    Please be patient. The video will load in some time.

    Step i: Open Eclipse and create a Java class

    Step ii. Keep all the library files in a folder (here I create a folder name “lib”)

    Step iii: Write a Java program

    TestNG Using Command Prompt

    Step iv: Convert the Java Program into TestNG

    TestNG Using Command Prompt

    Step v: Open command prompt

    Step vi: Run the TestNG using command prompt

    Also you could run TestNG using Batch file (.bat file)

    Copy the below code and place it in a notepad and save the file using .bat extension

    TestNG using command prompt

    TestNG using command prompt

    You could find the complete TestNG tutorial here.

    TestNG Complete Tutorial

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    4 thoughts on “How To Run TestNG Using Command Prompt | Software Testing Material”

    1. i tried to add the all jar files in lib folder but i am getting Webdriver Exception cannot be resolved and also it’s not importing the pre-definied class

      • Share your code here vishnu

    2. Hello,

      Thank you so much ..
      Its working for me.
      But I am not able call back to back two classes from tesNG.xml throgh cmd

      • Follow my TestNG Tutorial. You have to place two classes in testng.xml file and call that testng.xml using command prompt.

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