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Junit5 Parameterized Test LifeCycle. why @BeforeAll and static block run after all the tests

I am posting a simple code below, why does @BeforeAll annotated method and static block run after the Parameterized tests? How do I register a common object or Database connection in this case before loading the Parameterized test in Junit5 or leverage the functionality of @BeforeAll or static block. (FYI: The equivalent code for Parameterized test in Junit4 runs static

How to mock the Keycloak framework methods using Mockito in java

I’m the having functionality to fetch the following details from KeyCloak. User details Realm details Client details I want to write the test cases for those functionalities using Mockito. below is code logic for fetching those details. I want to mock the KeyCloak methods in my test cases for example I want to mock somethig like below I don’t know

Implementation of AspectJ example not working

I’m try to implement a simple AspectJ annotation example from The difference is, that I want to use the annotation at a JUnit TestClass. I googled a while for the solution but don’t find the right hint. Part of my pom.xml My Annotation: My Aspect: The Advice is mentions to the class annotation, I see it in the logs:

How to run mock server tests in isolation?

I have these two mock server tests. When I launch these, the second test fail because the two tests are not launched in isolation. The mocking of the HTTP call in the first method isn’t override in the second method. Is there a Mock Server property or a JUnit property to run these two tests in isolation ? Answer At

Karate: runners class with JUnit5

sorry for the naive question: What are the references to “sample” and “tags” in the example documentation that explains the configuration of tests with Junit5? Are these features? Thanks Answer Yes, it tries to be more concise instead of sample.feature etc. Refer the docs:

How deal with testing in Java for long time?

I want to test this method: And this is the test (yes, longer test than methods 🙂 ): But, I have a small clock shift. For example: So, the time it is the same, only about 798 of difference. Edit 1 For the moment, I solved with: Is there a more elegant method? Answer In general, when you work with

How to test a Java/Spring service using RestTemplate without calling external API and by using Dependency Injection?

In my Spring application, i have a service MyService. MyService calls an external API, counts the products there and returns the result. To call that API it uses the Spring module RestTemplate. To inject the RestTemplate it is configured as @Bean in the DependencyConfig: Now i want to test it, without calling the external API. So i inject the MyService