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A folder is generated after running test on a chapter from EJB 3 in Action

 
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Hi, everyone.
I did some build with dependency for some code example in chapter 1 and 4. Whenever a test is run successfully, a folder called "
.glassfishv3-arquillian-xxxx" is created. Inside the folder, there is config folder. There are files like admin-keyfile, cacerts.jks....

Are these .glassfishv3-arquillian folders safe to be deleted from my hard drive?

 
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Since those are generated during tests, I think those should be fine if deleted. I guess they will get regenerated on next run. One way you can verify it is to rename that auto generated folder to something else and rerun the tests.
 
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Yes, they are safe to delete. It is what arquillian does in order to run integration tests in the EJB embedded container.
 
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