By default, Maven’s test plugin Surefire doesn’t scan files for @Test annotations, but rather takes only the files which class names ends with “Test” or “TestCase”.

I use both: unit tests and integration tests. I execute the latter using Arquillian framework, so it looks just like pure JUnit test. However, I prefer to name them with the “IT” suffix which means that they’re no longer recognized by Surefire plugin as test files.
If you want Maven to execute such tests, you need to give him a hint (using appropriate configuration element) to scan also for the *IT classes:

<configuration>
    <includes>
        <include>%regex[.*[Test|IT].class]</include>
    </includes>
</configuration>

Just remember that the regex works only on *.class files. It also overrides the default rules (which means that you need to add the *Test and/or the *TestCase suffix to scan for default test classes.)

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