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There are two important EasyMock annotations that we should be aware of: Mock: Used to specify a field to be mocked by EasyMock. TestSubject: Used to specify an object where we want EasyMock to inject mocked objects created using Mock annotation. EasyMock Annotations Example When we use EasyMock annotations, we have to explicitly initialize them through one of the following methods. RunWith EasyMockRunner.

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There are two important EasyMock annotations that we should be aware of: Mock: Used to specify a field to be mocked by EasyMock. TestSubject: Used to specify an object where we want EasyMock to inject mocked objects created using Mock annotation. EasyMock Annotations Example When we use EasyMock annotations, we have to explicitly initialize them through one of the following methods. RunWith EasyMockRunner. If we use this with JUnit 5, then it will fallback to use JUnit 4 runner classes.

First of all, we will create some classes to mock. I will be using JUnit 4 for our example so that I can showcase all the three ways of creating mock objects through EasyMock annotations. EasyMockRunner; import org. Mock; import org. TestSubject; import org. Test; import org. RunWith; import com. IntegerUtils; import com. MyUtils; import com. They are being called internally when we are invoking methods on the TestSubject object.

I have removed code from test method because they are same as earlier test method. EasyMockRule; import org. Rule; import org. Test; import com. EasyMockSupport; import org. Before; import org. Summary EasyMock annotations allow us to create mocks at the global level, we can reuse these mocks in different test methods as well as inject them into various other objects dependent on them.

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Tells JUnit a collection of classes to run. Used with the RunWith Suite. Test Class optional Timeout optional Used to indicate a test method. The class parameter is used to indicate an exception is expected to be thrown and what the exception is.

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They should be ensured that the code works properly after a new feature was implemented or some bug was fixed. That can be achieved with the help of unit tests. Since this blog is dedicated to the Java programming language, today I will write an article about the JUnit 4. The main purpose of these frameworks is to make writing of unit tests easier. As alternative you can read about JUnit and Mockito. It should be very familiar for Java developers, because it emulates work of a coffee machine. Now I will describe in a few words functionality of the application.

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