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Getting NPE on Autowired bean when using Meta-Annotation in JUnit5 test case

 
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TransactionalIntegrationTest.java

@TestMethodOrder(OrderAnnotation.class)
@SpringJUnitWebConfig(locations = { "classpath:service.xml","classpath:data.xml" })
@Tag("1")
public @interface TransactionalIntegrationTest {}
MyTestTest .java

@TransactionalIntegrationTest
public class MyTestTest {
@Autowired
protected CreateUser createUser;

@BeforeEach
public void setUp() throws Exception {
createUser.createTimesheetUser(...)} --> NPE
}
Getting NullPointerException on createUser. If I do not use the meta annotations, then it works fine. Please the following which works fine.

MyTestTest .java

@TestMethodOrder(OrderAnnotation.class)
@SpringJUnitWebConfig(locations = { "classpath:service.xml","classpath:data.xml" })
@Tag("1")
public class MyTestTest {
@Autowired
protected CreateUser createUser;

@BeforeEach
public void setUp() throws Exception {
createUser.createTimesheetUser(...)} --> works now
}
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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