1 Answer 1. active oldest votes. up vote 3 down vote accepted. The stack trace contains the hint for the solution: It contains (so this class is on the classpath) but later, it can't find org. junit. Assert. maven classnotfoundexception org.junit.assert Now if you run Maven install or Maven Test it will execute all your Junit tests If you want maven report for all Junit you can use Surfire plugin in build mavensurefireplugin sureFireVersion
Go one by one though each sourcefolder of your project and set the output folder that maven would use. For example, your web project's srcmainjava should have targetclasses under the web project, test classes should have targettestclasses also under the web project and so. maven classnotfoundexception org.junit.assert
JUnit 5 is the next generation of JUnit. The goal is to create an uptodate foundation for developerside testing on the JVM. This includes focusing on Java 8 and above, as well as enabling many different styles of testing. JUnit 5 is the result of JUnit Lambda and its crowdfunding campaign on Indiegogo. Resources You may have have unresolved issues in your pom. xml file. Open the problems view solve accordingly. Then ideally you will be able to run the test cases successfully without encountering the junit junit 4. 13beta1 maven classnotfoundexception org.junit.assert 2 Answers. Test code is compiled in a separate phase (the testcompile phase) after the main compile. So since Maven tried to compile your test code as part of the main application, it omitted the junit dependency, and they weren't available on the classpath. The solution here is to simply not specify the element in the POM. MavenJunitMaven Project 0714 1855 run First try deleting your. m2 folder where Maven stores it's dependencies and doing another build. Sometimes jar files get corrupted (ex. Junit jar file might be corrupted, which could explain why it JUnit is a unit testing framework for Java, created by Erich Gamma and Kent Beck.