|Re: Test Fails for consecutive test cases-SWTBot [message #736084 is a reply to message #735596]
||Thu, 13 October 2011 14:34
| Ketan Padegaonkar
Registered: July 2009
This is the default behavior with most programming languages. If |
something that is unexpected happens, then the programmer needs to write
code to handle it, or do nothing which will cause the particular test to
On 10/12/11 3:22 AM, Vinod Kannur wrote:
> Thanks for the reply Madhur. :) Is this the usual way to avoid the
> blocking the test case for SWTBot?
> Isn't there any way apart from try and catch block to achieve the same
> just like JUnit executes?
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