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How to assert returning object in Java Springbok Unit

I want to assert the object which is returned from the method that I am testing in Junit using Assertions.AssertEquals but its giving test case failure even though two objects are same. Expected :Customer{Id=1, Name=’ABC’, Price=350, Type=’ABC’} Actual :Customer{Id=1, Name=’ABC’, Price=350, Type=’ABC’} This is the unit test case Answer JUnit method assertEquals simply uses equals method of your class to

Mocking a Nested Object in Junit

I have a service I am mocking like this: } the service: I need to be able to mock the “CloseableHttpResponse response = httpclient.execute(request, clientContext)”, such that the “response” object is something I create ahead of time. I am hoping some mocking when/then constructs would work for this? I would grateful for ideas on how to do this. Thanks! Answer

Gradle: Execution failed for task ‘:test’. > No tests found for given includes:

I try to run this single unit test of this open-source project on GitHub with IntelliJ. The test class The build.gradle What I have tried Updating to the newest JUnit testImplementation group: ‘org.junit.jupiter’, name: ‘junit-jupiter-api’, version: ‘5.9.1’ Adding this to my build.gradle file: test { useJUnitPlatform() } The only workaround yet: When I go to Settings -> Build-Tool -> Gradle

Mockito only mock part of value and return real value for others

I have a unit test with a real object (Data data) and a boolean value (boolean required) as input. In my code I have In other places I also have And I’m trying to mock the return value of data.getObjectA().getPara1() to the booelan in the input But below won’t work: Or They either throw NullPointerException or Type errors What is

Getting a No Serializer Found for class when trying to test a method with ObjectMapper

I am getting this exception – java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: No serializer found for class org.mockito.internal.creation.bytebuddy.ByteBuddyCrossClassLoaderSerializationSupport and no properties discovered to create BeanSerializer (to avoid exception, disable SerializationFeature.FAIL_ON_EMPTY_BEANS) (through reference chain: org.mockito.codegen.Object$MockitoMock$[“mockitoInterceptor”]->org.mockito.internal.creation.bytebuddy.MockMethodInterceptor[“serializationSupport”]) The Testcase I’m writing looks like this The method I’m trying to test: I see that I can disable SerializationFeature.FAIL_ON_EMPTY_BEANS, but I have no control over the base class, I can

Mockito not working when using Model Mapper

I have an User class: And an UpdateUserDTO class: And an UserDTO class: I’ve used Model Mapper to map the updated fields from updateUserDTO to user, which comes from the DB. My test class looks like this: But the first Mockito.when() line does not even compile, because is a void method, so it does not expect any return values.

How can I unit-test Exception thrown inside a Lambda?

I have a method: This is how the user authorization test looks like: Is there any way to check the case when a user has entered the wrong password? In the case when I send the wrong password, it doesn’t work because given(this.repository.findByEmail(this.user.getEmail())).willReturn(Optional.of(this.user)); makes repository.findByEmail() return the result before you get to checking the password. Answer You don’t need this