Sunday, October 14, 2018

What is invocationCount in TestNG?

invocationCount: This is a TestNG attribute that defines number of times a test method should be invoked or executed before executing any other test method. If invocationCount = 5, then the test method will be executed 5 times before executing next test method.

Check the below example, In getTitle() test method we are printing the title of the website with invocationCount = 5. And we have another test method secondTest() also.

Let us execute the tests and observe results.


As shown in the above screenshot the chrome browser is invoked for 5 times and printed the website title 5 times in the console, finally it executed secondTest() test method.

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