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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 mapper.map() 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

Spring Boot, Spring-Security – BcrypPasswordEncoder in new component-based security configuration

I am trying to use the new Component-Based (Without WebSecurityConfigurerAdapter) configuration and setted up my Security Configuration as follow: SecurityConfiguration.java file but when I run the application and try to log a user the following error appears even though I have the BCryptPasswordEncoder as a bean in my SecurityConfiguration: Error Stack Trace* Which is the correct way to set up

SecurityFilterChain Bean doesn’t protect app

I am in the middle of process of mirgation my Spring Security Configuration from WebSecurityConfigurerAdapter (deprecated) to configuration with beans. My config class now looks like I understand that this configuration doesn’t make any behavior settings, but shouldn’t it return a SecurityFilterChain bean that will act like the default SecurityFilterChain (as if no configuration was specified)? When I start my

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