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Test names usually tend to become very long and difficult to read. JUnit5 allows us to set custom test display names, different from the test method names.
Testing for exceptions in JUnit has never been a very straightforward thing. I've often seen it mangled, misused or not well executed, especially in JUnit 4.
There are four different ways to use inheritance with entity classes. Those are single table, table per class, joined or to use a MappedSuperclass.
Before JUnit 5 running tests in parallel was not easy. Luckily, now we have JUnit 5, and it has the possibility of running tests in parallel out of the box.
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