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Eclipse Java ME (J2ME) Developer Guide
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Enable JMunit

Enabling means shipping all test cases and test suites and the JMUnit framework classes into the application package. To enable JMUnit right click the Project folder and select the Mobile tools for java > Enable JMunit option.

Enable JMUnit

Disable JMunit

Disable means NOT shipping all test cases and test suites and the JMUnit framework classes into the application package. To disable JMUnit right click the Project folder and select the Mobile tools for java > Disable JMunit option.

Disable JMUnit

  • Note

    For the correct exclusion of test cases and test suites from the application package when JMUnit is disabled the following naming rules must be followed:
    • Test Cases must be named as *Test.java
    • Test Suites must be named as *TestSuite.java
    • Below the exclusion patterns added to the project when disabled:

      Disable JMUnit

      In case all naming rules are correct, all test cases and suites will be displayed in the package explorer as resources.

      Disable JMUnit


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