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    Check your assert declaration and the method implementation with the condition.

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    My guess is there is some kind of static state in the code being tested or in the test itself, so the tests aren't isolated. Adding the test changes the test order. In any case, your best course of action is to use the debugger to see why the tests fail.

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via Terracotta Project Issue Tracker by Scott Buchholz, 2 years ago
Encountered 20 failures; start time: 2013-03-01T14:34:16.241-06:00; failure messages: Failed to find value:4 Failed to find value:5 Failed to find value:4 Failed to find value:0 Failed to find value:1 Failed to find value:1 Failed to find value:5
via Terracotta Project Issue Tracker by Scott Buchholz, 1 year ago
Encountered 20 failures; start time: 2013-03-01T14:34:16.241-06:00; failure messages: Failed to find value:4 Failed to find value:5 Failed to find value:4 Failed to find value:0 Failed to find value:1 Failed to find value:1 Failed to find value:5
via GitHub by kfstorm
, 1 year ago
Failed to enable "Don't keep activities"!
java.lang.AssertionError: Encountered 20 failures; start time: 2013-03-01T14:34:16.241-06:00; failure messages: Failed to find value:4Failed to find value:5Failed to find value:4Failed to find value:0Failed to find value:1Failed to find value:1Failed to find value:5Failed to find value:8Failed to find value:8Failed to find value:2Failed to find value:2Failed to find value:3Failed to find value:3Failed to find value:3Failed to find value:3Failed to find value:1Failed to find value:1Failed to find value:1Failed to find value:2Failed to find value:2 at org.junit.Assert.fail(Assert.java:88)