How to create First TestNG script in Eclipse

To work with TestNG, we need to configure the TestNG with Eclipse.

Steps to create a TestNG Project in Eclipse :
1.Goto Eclipse
2.Select File –> New –>Java Project

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3.Give the name of the project as TestNGDemo

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  1. Click Finish button.

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  1. New TestNG project has been created.

6.Need to configure the build path.

  1. Right click in the project. Goto Build Path–>Configure Build path

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  1. A pop up window will open as below.

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9.Click on Add Library tab.

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  1. Click on Add Library button.

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11.A pop up will appear asking to select any one library.

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12.Select TestNG and click Next

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  1. A confirmation Pop up will show up.

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  1. Click Finish and Ok button to complete the TestNG import in Eclipse.

15.Now the TestNG is added to the Java Project.

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Steps to Create TestNG classes in Elipse:

  1. Right click on the project(TestNGDemo as created in above process).
    2.Select New — > Other –> TestNG–>TestNG class

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3.Click Next button

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4.In the Next window, give /DemoTestNG/src

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5.Package name as TestNGExamples
6.Class Name as TestNGFirstScript
7.Click finish

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8.Observe new TestNG class will be created with default TestNG syntax.

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