I am trying to get full coverage on a very simple junit test using Mockito and am striking out. My disclaimer is that I am new to Mockito though what I am trying to do would seem pretty straightforward. Note that my junit test passes, it is just that the coverage is not complete. When the test is run, the
spring-ldap auto fetch operational fields
Gooday, Were working on a tool that lets users change there password (generated). And I’m walking in to a litle problem where using Spring Ldap (2.1.0.RELEASE). Now we want to set some of the operational attributes. This is the code I use: Now as long the operational attribute pwdReset is never set this bit of code works fine. But if
Best practice for configuring Spring LdapTemplate via annotations instead of XML?
For a Spring Boot application, I successfully configured a Spring LdapTemplate using annotations, including the LdapContextSource dependency with @Values from application.properties. (Woot! I couldn’t find an example, so maybe this will help others.) The snippets (below) setup the context source, inject it into an LdapTemplate, and autowire that into my DirectoryService. Is there a better/cleaner way to setup the ContextSource