How to use collect method of mock.async.QueueConsumer class

Best Karate code snippet using mock.async.QueueConsumer.collect Github


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...17 private final Connection connection;18 private final MessageConsumer consumer;19 private final Session session;20 // in more complex tests or for re-usability, this field and append() /21 // collect() / clear() methods can be in a separate / static class22 private final List messages = new ArrayList();23 public synchronized void append(Object message) {24 messages.add(message);25 if (condition.test(message)) {26 logger.debug("condition met, will signal completion");27 future.complete(Boolean.TRUE);28 } else {29 logger.debug("condition not met, will continue waiting");30 }31 }32 public synchronized List collect() {33 return messages;34 }35 36 private CompletableFuture future = new CompletableFuture();37 private Predicate condition = o -> true; // just a default38 39 // note how you can pass data in from the test for very dynamic checks40 public List waitUntilCount(int count) { 41 condition = o -> messages.size() == count;42 try {43 future.get(5000, TimeUnit.MILLISECONDS);44 } catch (Exception e) {45 logger.error("wait timed out: {}", e + "");46 }47 return messages;48 }49 public QueueConsumer() {50 this.connection = QueueUtils.getConnection();51 try {52 session = connection.createSession(false, Session.AUTO_ACKNOWLEDGE);53 Destination destination = session.createQueue(QUEUE_NAME);54 consumer = session.createConsumer(destination);55 consumer.setMessageListener(message -> {56 TextMessage tm = (TextMessage) message;57 try {58 // this is where we "collect" messages for assertions later59 append(tm.getText());60 } catch (Exception e) {61 throw new RuntimeException(e);62 }63 });64 } catch (Exception e) {65 throw new RuntimeException(e);66 }67 }68}...

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1QueueConsumer consumer = new QueueConsumer();2Queue queue = new Queue();3Message message = new Message();4queue.add(message);5consumer.add(queue);6consumer.collect();7List<Message> messages = consumer.getMessages();8assert messages.size() == 1;9assert messages[0] == message;10consumer.clear();11assert consumer.getMessages().size() == 0;12QueueConsumer consumer = new QueueConsumer();13Queue queue = new Queue();14Message message = new Message();15queue.add(message);16consumer.add(queue);17consumer.collect();18List<Message> messages = consumer.getMessages();19assert messages.size() == 1;20assert messages[0] == message;21consumer.clear();22assert consumer.getMessages().size() == 0;

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