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How to know if the class has finished running?

 
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Hi,

I am running a suite of classes. Is there a way to check if the classes/suites have finished running?

Thanks.
 
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Welcome to the Ranch.

Can you please explain with some more context what you are doing? Are these JUnit test classes (that's what I'm thinking because you are using the word "suites")? How are you running those classes and what is exactly the problem?
 
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Hello Jesper,
Thank you for your response.

Let me explain. I have a master class/suite that calls many test classes to be executed.

In my current implementation, I am creating a unique batch id for each test class. Rather, I want the bunch of test classes that are executed in one run to be mapped to a single batch id.

So, if there is a way I can know that my program is still running, then do not create the batch id. The batch id should be created only the first time the program starts.
Am I making sense?
 
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