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In the Package Explorer view, right-click on the file that you would like to create a JUnit test for. In the opened context menu, select New -> Other... . In the Select a wizard dialog, select Java -> JUnit -> JUnit Test Case .

Then a dialog opens. In case you have a default Maven or Gradle project, you will probably have to change the default Source folder from the provided ${PROJECT_NAME}/src/main/java to ${PROJECT_NAME}/src/test/java. If you click Next, the dialog allows you to check which methods to automatically create stubs for.

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You might also look into Fast Code Eclipse Plugin. Once you configure you can generate junit/testng test by selecting the class or any method. Also gives you way to navigate from a method to all the tests.

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