Timeouts can be applied to feature methods, fixture methods, and spec classes.
When applied to a feature method, the timeout is per execution of one iteration,
and does not include time spent in fixture methods. When applied to a fixture
method, the timeout is per execution of the fixture method. Applying the timeout
to a spec class has the same effect as applying it to each feature (but not fixture)
method that isn't already annotated with
Timed methods are invoked on the regular test framework thread. This can be important for integration tests that hold thread-local state. When a method times out, it will be interrupted repeatedly until it (hopefully) returns. Methods that continue to ignore interruption may run forever.
When a timeout is reported to the user, the stack trace shown reflects the execution stack of the test framework thread when the timeout was reached.
|Modifier and Type
|Required Element and Description
Returns the duration after which the execution of the annotated feature or fixture method times out.
public abstract int value
public abstract TimeUnit unit