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Mockito How to mock and assert a thrown exception

I have this junit: but I have this error: I also tried: Answer The problem is that you are stubbing, but not really testing anything. And if you are not testing anything, then there is no need for stubbing. That’s why you have unnecessary Mockito stubbings. I assume that you want to test your SecurityManagerService. If you want to do

How to mock a method call in a constructor?

I have class class1, which has 2 member variables: I want to test the method fun, so I will have to write a test-class and a test method for that. But, how do I mock the method call config.getEnablingStatus(), while creating an object of type classA in the test class? I am thinking of doing something like this [see the

MockitoException when trying to mock java.lang.System

I have a test case that mock a static method of java.lang.System class: But when I run the test, I got this error: org.mockito.exceptions.base.MockitoException: It is not possible to mock static methods of java.lang.System to avoid interfering with class loading what leads to infinite loops Why does this happen? How can I mock methods of java.lang.System class? Answer While Mockito

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