We have some classes here in our project whose names end with "Test" even though they aren't junit Tests.
The Ipr runner tries to execute them as Unit tests and fails, because these classes e.g. don't have a public constructor (and of course they also don't contain junit test cases).
I know that I can configure some test patterns in the build configuration, but I didn't get it to work. Whenever I enter something there, no tests are run at all (TC 1.2).
It would find that unnecessary anyway because of this:
It is really a little bit weird, because these classes aren't located in a test source folder, but in a "real" (production) source folder.
Why does the Ipr runner even try to run anything as junit test that isn't located under a configured test source folder?
By the way, what would be the correct entry in the "Test patterns" field to exclude a class named "de.foo.bar.FooBarTest" from being run as unit test?