TestNG is an open-source automated testing framework, where the “NG” of TestNG is “Next Generation.” It is similar to JUnit but designed to be better than JUnit, especially when testing integrated classes.

With the help of simple annotations, grouping, sequencing, and parametrization, TestNG overcomes most of the older system’s limitations and gives the developer the ability to write more versatile and efficient tests. Previously, we have seen how to run Selenium tests in TestNG using an XML file, parameterization in TestNG, TestNG listeners, and much more. In this blog, we will find out how to generate a TestNG report in Jenkins. This will be particularly useful if you are into Selenium test automation.

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