org.junit.rules
Class Timeout

java.lang.Object
  extended by org.junit.rules.Timeout
All Implemented Interfaces:
TestRule

public class Timeout
extends Object
implements TestRule

The Timeout Rule applies the same timeout to all test methods in a class:

 public static class HasGlobalLongTimeout {

  @Rule
  public Timeout globalTimeout= new Timeout(20);

  @Test
  public void run1() throws InterruptedException {
      Thread.sleep(100);
  }

  @Test
  public void infiniteLoop() {
      while (true) {}
  }
 }
 

Each test is run in a new thread. If the specified timeout elapses before the test completes, its execution is interrupted via Thread.interrupt(). This happens in interruptable I/O and locks, and methods in Object and Thread throwing InterruptedException.

A specified timeout of 0 will be interpreted as not set, however tests will still launch from separate threads. This can be useful for disabling timeouts in environments where they are dynamically set based on some property.

Since:
4.7

Nested Class Summary
static class Timeout.Builder
          Builder for Timeout.
 
Constructor Summary
  Timeout(int millis)
          Deprecated. 
  Timeout(long timeout, TimeUnit timeUnit)
          Create a Timeout instance with the timeout specified at the timeUnit of granularity of the provided TimeUnit.
protected Timeout(Timeout.Builder builder)
          Create a Timeout instance initialized with values form a builder.
 
Method Summary
 Statement apply(Statement base, Description description)
          Modifies the method-running Statement to implement this test-running rule.
static Timeout.Builder builder()
          Returns a new builder for building an instance.
protected  Statement createFailOnTimeoutStatement(Statement statement)
          Creates a Statement that will run the given statement, and timeout the operation based on the values configured in this rule.
protected  boolean getLookingForStuckThread()
          Gets whether this Timeout will look for a stuck thread when the test times out.
protected  long getTimeout(TimeUnit unit)
          Gets the timeout configured for this rule, in the given units.
static Timeout millis(long millis)
          Creates a Timeout that will timeout a test after the given duration, in milliseconds.
static Timeout seconds(long seconds)
          Creates a Timeout that will timeout a test after the given duration, in seconds.
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

Timeout

@Deprecated
public Timeout(int millis)
Deprecated. 

Create a Timeout instance with the timeout specified in milliseconds.

This constructor is deprecated.

Instead use Timeout(long, java.util.concurrent.TimeUnit), millis(long), or seconds(long).

Parameters:
millis - the maximum time in milliseconds to allow the test to run before it should timeout

Timeout

public Timeout(long timeout,
               TimeUnit timeUnit)
Create a Timeout instance with the timeout specified at the timeUnit of granularity of the provided TimeUnit.

Parameters:
timeout - the maximum time to allow the test to run before it should timeout
timeUnit - the time unit for the timeout
Since:
4.12

Timeout

protected Timeout(Timeout.Builder builder)
Create a Timeout instance initialized with values form a builder.

Since:
4.12
Method Detail

builder

public static Timeout.Builder builder()
Returns a new builder for building an instance.

Since:
4.12

millis

public static Timeout millis(long millis)
Creates a Timeout that will timeout a test after the given duration, in milliseconds.

Since:
4.12

seconds

public static Timeout seconds(long seconds)
Creates a Timeout that will timeout a test after the given duration, in seconds.

Since:
4.12

getTimeout

protected final long getTimeout(TimeUnit unit)
Gets the timeout configured for this rule, in the given units.

Since:
4.12

getLookingForStuckThread

protected final boolean getLookingForStuckThread()
Gets whether this Timeout will look for a stuck thread when the test times out.

Since:
4.12

createFailOnTimeoutStatement

protected Statement createFailOnTimeoutStatement(Statement statement)
                                          throws Exception
Creates a Statement that will run the given statement, and timeout the operation based on the values configured in this rule. Subclasses can override this method for different behavior.

Throws:
Exception
Since:
4.12

apply

public Statement apply(Statement base,
                       Description description)
Description copied from interface: TestRule
Modifies the method-running Statement to implement this test-running rule.

Specified by:
apply in interface TestRule
Parameters:
base - The Statement to be modified
description - A Description of the test implemented in base
Returns:
a new statement, which may be the same as base, a wrapper around base, or a completely new Statement.


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