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A Kumar
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how to generate reports using junit..

if i run a test for one class..
i want see it in eclipse ..IDE..the resulsts...but how to capture it as a report...
 
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One posibility is to use Ant.
You can use Ant's JUnit and JUnitReport tasks to create a html report for your tests.

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And how to generate it without Ant ...??
 
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Maven also allows you to create a report of your JUnit tests.
I am not aware of any other solution.

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If you just want the failures (as opposed to a pretty report with all the tests), you could use the text runner that comes with JUnit and store the output.
 
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Thanks everyone....

I am able to created junit reports using ant build script
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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