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From phillip rhodes <>
Subject maven.test.skip help request
Date Fri, 22 Apr 2005 20:59:33 GMT
I am in a quandary.

My junit tests require a database to run.
My hibernate:schema-export task needs to have compiled
java class files to run
My junit tests kick off when I try to compile the java
source files....
So there isn't a database for my junit test (or rather
there is an out-of-sync one)

I would like to do the following build steps
(basically have more control over when my tests are
1) compile/war application
2) do a hibernate:schema-export
3) run tests

I understand that I can set the maven.test.skip to
false, but can I set it to true/false willy nilly any
time that I want?  Am I going against the maven
currents by doing it this way?

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