Annotation Interface ResourceLock
@ResourceLock is used to declare that the annotated test class or test
method requires access to a shared resource identified by a key.
The resource key is specified via
value(). In addition,
mode() allows you to specify whether the annotated test class or test
READ_WRITE or only
READ access to the resource. In the former case,
execution of the annotated element will occur while no other test class or
test method that uses the shared resource is being executed. In the latter case,
the annotated element may be executed concurrently with other test classes or
methods that also require
READ access but not at the same time as any
other test that requires
This guarantee extends to lifecycle methods of a test class or method. For
example, if a test method is annotated with a
annotation the "lock" will be acquired before any
@BeforeEach methods are executed and released after all
@AfterEach methods have been executed.
This annotation can be repeated to declare the use of multiple shared resources.
Since JUnit Jupiter 5.4, this annotation is inherited within class hierarchies.
Required Element Summary
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