@Disabled is used to signal that the annotated test class or
test method is currently disabled and should not be executed.
@Disabled may optionally be declared with a reason to document why the annotated test class or test method is disabled.
When applied at the class level, all test methods within that class are automatically disabled as well.
This annotation is not
Consequently, if you wish to apply the same semantics to a subclass, this
annotation must be redeclared on the subclass.
When applied at the method level, the presence of this annotation does not
prevent the test class from being instantiated. Rather, it prevents the
execution of the test method and method-level lifecycle callbacks such as
@AfterEach methods, and corresponding
Optional Element Summary
valueString valueThe reason this annotated test class or test method is disabled.