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Subject [accumulo] branch main updated: Correct information in
Date Tue, 17 Nov 2020 15:52:27 GMT
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ctubbsii pushed a commit to branch main
in repository

The following commit(s) were added to refs/heads/main by this push:
     new 6bdda64  Correct information in
6bdda64 is described below

commit 6bdda648309991149c786b0bcd005533e80456b7
Author: Christopher Tubbs <>
AuthorDate: Tue Nov 17 10:50:30 2020 -0500

    Correct information in
    * Provide instructions to build the project and execute the unit tests
      in the build
    * Remove unneeded flags that disable plugins that execute later in the
      build lifecycle
    * Fix markdown underscore
    * Add link to Maven lifecycle introduction
--- | 19 +++++++++++++------
 1 file changed, 13 insertions(+), 6 deletions(-)

diff --git a/ b/
index f98a96e..b9d7f43 100644
--- a/
+++ b/
@@ -21,11 +21,16 @@ This document is meant to serve as a quick reference to the automated
test suite
 # Unit tests
-Unit tests can be run by invoking `mvn test` at the root of the Apache Accumulo source tree.
 For more information see
-the [maven-surefire-plugin docs][surefire].  This command  will run just the unit tests:
+Unit tests can be run by invoking `mvn package` at the root of the Apache Accumulo source
tree, which includes the
+`test` phase of the [Maven lifecycle][lifecycle]. The `test` phase cannot be run directly,
because not all of Accumulo's
+modules are Java artifacts, and therefore will not be resolvable by their sibling modules
until they are created in
+their `package` phase. To avoid building against stale artifacts from previous builds that
may have been published to a
+remote server or installed to your local Maven repository, always build with the `package`
phase to to run the unit
+tests. The [maven-surefire-plugin][surefire] is bound to the `test` phase of the Maven lifecycle
by default and will run
+the JUnit tests. To execute the unit tests, simply build the project by running:
-mvn clean test -Dspotbugs.skip -DskipITs
+mvn clean package
 # SpotBugs (formerly findbugs)
@@ -87,7 +92,8 @@ mvn clean verify -Dspotbugs.skip
 A standalone Accumulo cluster can also be configured for use by most tests. Not all the integration
tests are good
 candidates to run against a standalone cluster, and some of them require classes in the test
jar.  Copy the
-accumulo-test jar found in $ACCUMULO_HOME/test/target into the lib folder of your accumulo
instance before running all the tests.
+accumulo-test jar found in `$ACCUMULO_HOME/test/target` into the lib folder of your accumulo
instance before running all
+the tests.
 These tests can be run by providing a system property.  Specific ITs can be run using "-Dit.test"
or run all tests using:
@@ -136,5 +142,6 @@ Apache Accumulo has a number of tests which are suitable for running against
 These test suites exist in the [accumulo-testing repo][testing].

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