I am still learning the ins-and-outs of Maven and IntelliJ so forgive me if this is a silly question.
I have a Maven project where I am running JUnit tests against some webflow xml definitions. Each unit test has a relative path to the XML file, for example to load the manage order flow it is - > src/test/resources/config/spring/webflows/manageordertest-flow.xml.
So, int the JUnit there is a class level variable that refers to the path above. When I try to run my JUnit test in IntelliJ 12 I get the following exception.
Caused by: java.io.FileNotFoundException:
system cannot find the path specified)
at java.io.FileInputStream.open(Native Method)
... 31 more
When I run the test at the command line it works fine! ( mvn test -Dtest=Mytest) No errors and all tests are "green".
Also, a fellow developer can run the test in Eclipse using the relative path as mentioned above. For me to run the test in IntelliJ I have to give the full path to the XML file (i.e. C:/xxxx/xxx/xxx/xxx/manageordertest-flow.xml)
I have checked my module settings and the xml file and associated test class file are set up and test sources in the sources pane.
Further, I check the output path and both my compiled classes as well as test classes and test resources are located in the appropriate webapp/target/classes and webapp/target/test-classes directories.
What am I missing here? Any suggestions or pointers is greatly appreciated!
Thanks for your help.