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AfterEachCallbackdefines the API for
Extensionsthat wish to provide additional behavior to tests after an individual test and any user-defined teardown methods (e.g.,
@AfterEachmethods) for that test have been executed.
Concrete implementations often implement
BeforeEachCallback as well.
If you do not wish to have your callbacks wrapped around user-defined
setup and teardown methods, implement
AfterTestExecutionCallback instead of
Consult the documentation in
Extension for details on
JUnit Jupiter guarantees wrapping behavior for multiple
registered extensions that implement lifecycle callbacks such as
That means that, given two extensions
Extension1 registered before
Extension2, any "before" callbacks implemented by
are guaranteed to execute before any "before" callbacks implemented by
Extension2. Similarly, given the two same two extensions registered
in the same order, any "after" callbacks implemented by
are guaranteed to execute after any "after" callbacks implemented by
Extension1 is therefore said to wrap
Method SummaryModifier and TypeMethodDescription
(ExtensionContext context)Callback that is invoked after an individual test and any user-defined teardown methods for that test have been executed.
(ExtensionContext context) throws ExceptionCallback that is invoked after an individual test and any user-defined teardown methods for that test have been executed.
context- the current extension context; never