How to use method of org.easymock.tests.UsageTest class

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1/*
2 * Copyright 2001-2021 the original author or authors.
3 *
4 * Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License");
5 * you may not use this file except in compliance with the License.
6 * You may obtain a copy of the License at
7 *
8 *     http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
9 *
10 * Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
11 * distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS,
12 * WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied.
13 * See the License for the specific language governing permissions and
14 * limitations under the License.
15 */
16package org.easymock.tests;
17
18import org.junit.Before;
19import org.junit.Test;
20
21import static org.easymock.EasyMock.*;
22import static org.junit.Assert.*;
23
24/**
25 * @author OFFIS, Tammo Freese
26 */
27public class UsageTest {
28
29    private IMethods mock;
30
31    @Before
32    public void setup() {
33        mock = createMock(IMethods.class);
34    }
35
36    @Test
37    public void exactCallCountByLastCall() {
38        expect(mock.oneArg(false)).andReturn("Test").andReturn("Test2");
39
40        replay(mock);
41
42        assertEquals("Test", mock.oneArg(false));
43        assertEquals("Test2", mock.oneArg(false));
44
45        boolean failed = false;
46        try {
47            mock.oneArg(false);
48        } catch (AssertionError expected) {
49            failed = true;
50        }
51        if (!failed)
52            fail("expected AssertionError");
53    }
54
55    @Test
56    public void openCallCountByLastCall() {
57        expect(mock.oneArg(false)).andReturn("Test").andReturn("Test2").atLeastOnce();
58
59        replay(mock);
60
61        assertEquals("Test", mock.oneArg(false));
62        assertEquals("Test2", mock.oneArg(false));
63        assertEquals("Test2", mock.oneArg(false));
64    }
65
66    @Test
67    public void exactCallCountByLastThrowable() {
68        expect(mock.oneArg(false)).andReturn("Test").andReturn("Test2").andThrow(
69                new IndexOutOfBoundsException()).once();
70
71        replay(mock);
72
73        assertEquals("Test", mock.oneArg(false));
74        assertEquals("Test2", mock.oneArg(false));
75
76        try {
77            mock.oneArg(false);
78        } catch (IndexOutOfBoundsException expected) {
79        }
80
81        boolean failed = true;
82        try {
83            try {
84                mock.oneArg(false);
85            } catch (IndexOutOfBoundsException expected) {
86            }
87            failed = false;
88        } catch (AssertionError expected) {
89        }
90        if (!failed)
91            fail("expected AssertionError");
92    }
93
94    @Test
95    public void openCallCountByLastThrowable() {
96        expect(mock.oneArg(false)).andReturn("Test").andReturn("Test2").andThrow(
97                new IndexOutOfBoundsException()).atLeastOnce();
98
99        replay(mock);
100
101        assertEquals("Test", mock.oneArg(false));
102        assertEquals("Test2", mock.oneArg(false));
103
104        try {
105            mock.oneArg(false);
106        } catch (IndexOutOfBoundsException expected) {
107        }
108        try {
109            mock.oneArg(false);
110        } catch (IndexOutOfBoundsException expected) {
111        }
112    }
113
114    @Test
115    public void moreThanOneArgument() {
116        expect(mock.threeArgumentMethod(1, "2", "3")).andReturn("Test").times(2);
117
118        replay(mock);
119
120        assertEquals("Test", mock.threeArgumentMethod(1, "2", "3"));
121
122        boolean failed = true;
123        try {
124            verify(mock);
125            failed = false;
126        } catch (AssertionError expected) {
127            assertEquals("\n  Expectation failure on verify:"
128                    + "\n    IMethods.threeArgumentMethod(1 (int), \"2\", \"3\"): expected: 2, actual: 1", expected
129                    .getMessage());
130        }
131        if (!failed) {
132            fail("exception expected");
133        }
134    }
135
136    @Test
137    public void unexpectedCallWithArray() {
138        reset(mock);
139        replay(mock);
140        String[] strings = new String[] { "Test" };
141        try {
142            mock.arrayMethod(strings);
143            fail("exception expected");
144        } catch (AssertionError expected) {
145            assertEquals("\n  Unexpected method call IMethods.arrayMethod(" + "[\"Test\"]" + "):", expected
146                    .getMessage());
147        }
148    }
149
150    @Test
151    public void wrongArguments() {
152        mock.simpleMethodWithArgument("3");
153        replay(mock);
154
155        try {
156            mock.simpleMethodWithArgument("5");
157            fail();
158        } catch (AssertionError expected) {
159            assertEquals("\n  Unexpected method call IMethods.simpleMethodWithArgument(\"5\"):"
160                    + "\n    IMethods.simpleMethodWithArgument(\"3\"): expected: 1, actual: 0", expected
161                    .getMessage());
162        }
163
164    }
165
166    @Test
167    public void summarizeSameObjectArguments() {
168        mock.simpleMethodWithArgument("3");
169        mock.simpleMethodWithArgument("3");
170        replay(mock);
171
172        try {
173            mock.simpleMethodWithArgument("5");
174            fail();
175        } catch (AssertionError expected) {
176            assertEquals("\n  Unexpected method call IMethods.simpleMethodWithArgument(\"5\"):"
177                    + "\n    IMethods.simpleMethodWithArgument(\"3\"): expected: 2, actual: 0", expected
178                    .getMessage());
179        }
180
181    }
182
183    @Test
184    public void argumentsOrdered() {
185        mock.simpleMethodWithArgument("4");
186        mock.simpleMethodWithArgument("3");
187        mock.simpleMethodWithArgument("2");
188        mock.simpleMethodWithArgument("0");
189        mock.simpleMethodWithArgument("1");
190        replay(mock);
191
192        try {
193            mock.simpleMethodWithArgument("5");
194            fail();
195        } catch (AssertionError expected) {
196            assertEquals("\n  Unexpected method call IMethods.simpleMethodWithArgument(\"5\"):"
197                    + "\n    IMethods.simpleMethodWithArgument(\"4\"): expected: 1, actual: 0"
198                    + "\n    IMethods.simpleMethodWithArgument(\"3\"): expected: 1, actual: 0"
199                    + "\n    IMethods.simpleMethodWithArgument(\"2\"): expected: 1, actual: 0"
200                    + "\n    IMethods.simpleMethodWithArgument(\"0\"): expected: 1, actual: 0"
201                    + "\n    IMethods.simpleMethodWithArgument(\"1\"): expected: 1, actual: 0", expected
202                    .getMessage());
203        }
204
205    }
206
207    @Test
208    public void chainVoidMethodCalls() {
209        mock.simpleMethodWithArgument("4");
210        expectLastCall().andThrow(new RuntimeException("Test")).andVoid();
211        replay(mock);
212        try {
213            mock.simpleMethodWithArgument("4");
214        }
215        catch(RuntimeException e) {
216            assertEquals("Test", e.getMessage());
217        }
218        mock.simpleMethodWithArgument("4");
219        verify(mock);
220    }
221
222    @Test
223    public void chainVoidMethodCallsVoidFirst() {
224        mock.simpleMethodWithArgument("4");
225        expectLastCall().andVoid().andThrow(new RuntimeException("Test"));
226        replay(mock);
227        mock.simpleMethodWithArgument("4");
228        try {
229            mock.simpleMethodWithArgument("4");
230        }
231        catch(RuntimeException e) {
232            assertEquals("Test", e.getMessage());
233        }
234        verify(mock);
235    }
236
237    @Test
238    public void chainVoidWithItself() {
239        mock.simpleMethodWithArgument("4");
240        expectLastCall().andVoid().times(2).andVoid();
241        replay(mock);
242        mock.simpleMethodWithArgument("4");
243        mock.simpleMethodWithArgument("4");
244        mock.simpleMethodWithArgument("4");
245        verify(mock);
246    }
247
248    @Test
249    public void boxingArgument() {
250        Long value = 1L;
251        expect(mock.oneLongArg(value)).andReturn("test");
252        replay(mock);
253        assertEquals("test", mock.oneLongArg(value));
254        verify(mock);
255    }
256}
257
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