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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

Why is the or-Matcher not working in my Mockito verify?

I would like to verify that either of the following two method calls get executed once: I have tried the following: But running the test method resulted in the following error: When I just test for a single method call as follows.. runs fine and my test is always successful when logWarn() gets called with argument “My 1st Warning

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

REST. Checking the type of incoming field

how can I check the field type of the incoming response to the REST request. For example, I receive an answer with the “pay” field:”1000″ I want to check that the incoming field, its value is of type int What verification methods are there? Answer You can use Rest Assured Say you have this endpoint: that returns: Then your

Difference between List and ActionSequence in jqwik

What exactly is the difference in between List<Action> and ActionSequence in jqwik. In the doc of jqwik, ActionSequence is created using Arbitraries.sequences(…) and the List<Action> is created using Arbitraries.oneOf().list() Since the purpose of ActionSequence and List<Action> is to provide a combination of actions to run after each other. Please guide me. Thanks 🙂 Answer Always use ActionSequence if you want

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

Mockito expecting argument mismatch

I’m writing a Unit test with JUnit 4 and Mockito 4.6.1. I’m mocking an interface method with a specific input value. When a different value is passed, I’m expecting an argument mismatch error, but it’s not being thrown. Consider the following example: I’m mocking SomeInterface.test(true) to return 1. This works as expected. Now when I call mock.test(false), I’m expecting an