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01: JUnit with Mockito step by step

Step 1: Create a simple maven project say “code-quality”

Step 2: Import into eclipse.

#1. Validator code & unit testing

Step 3: Validator interface & implementation

Step 4: Write a unit test to test the “”.

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02: Unit testing with JUnit, Mockito & Spring

Step 1: Create a simple Maven project from a command-line. Just press enter for all the prompts.

Step 2: Import the above “simple-mocking-test” in the file system into eclipse. File –> Import –> “Existing Maven Projects” and then select the “simple-mocking-test”

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03: Mockito to fully mock the DAO layer

This extends Part 1: Unit testing with JUnit, Mockito & Spring by mocking the DAO layer with the Mockito framework. Step 1: Service and DAO layer interfaces and implementations Service Layer DAO Layer This layer will be mocked by Mockito in the next step. … Read more ›...

04: Mockito partially mocking with @Spy

This extends Part 2: Mockito to fully mock the DAO layer by modifying the service layer to demonstrate partial mocking with “Mockito.spy”. In the “SimpleServiceImpl” we are interested in only testing the method “processUser(int id)” and want to mock the method “getUserById(int id)” by always returning “Sam”. So, … Read...

05: Mockito & PowerMock partially mocking private methods with @Spy

This extends Part 3: Mockito partially mocking with @Spy by making the method “processUser(int id)” as a private method. Mockito framework cannot mock “private” methods, hence the “PowerMock” framework is added to the pom.xml file Step 1: Add “PowerMock” … Read more ›...

06: Mockito & PowerMock for mocking static methods

This extends Part 4: Mockito & PowerMock for partially mocking private methods to mock “static” methods.

How to use both Spring JUnit and PowerMock runners?

By using the “@PowerMockRunnerDelegate” from the “powermock-module-junit4” jar.

So, need to use compatible “Mockito” and “PowerMock”.

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