org.powermock.api.easymock
Class PowerMock

java.lang.Object
  extended by org.powermock.api.support.membermodification.MemberMatcher
      extended by org.powermock.api.support.membermodification.MemberModifier
          extended by org.powermock.api.easymock.PowerMock

public class PowerMock
extends MemberModifier

PowerMock extends EasyMock functionality with several new features such as mocking static and private methods, mocking new instances and more. Use PowerMock instead of EasyMock where applicable.


Constructor Summary
PowerMock()
           
 
Method Summary
static
<T> T
createMock(java.lang.Class<T> type)
          Creates a mock object that supports mocking of final and native methods.
static
<T> T
createMock(java.lang.Class<T> type, org.easymock.ConstructorArgs constructorArgs, java.lang.reflect.Method... methods)
          Creates a mock object that supports mocking of final and native methods and invokes a specific constructor.
static
<T> T
createMock(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.reflect.Method... methods)
          Creates a mock object that supports mocking of final and native methods.
static
<T> T
createMock(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.Object... constructorArguments)
          Creates a mock object that supports mocking of final and native methods and invokes a specific constructor based on the supplied argument values.
static
<T> T
createMockAndExpectNew(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.Class<?>[] parameterTypes, java.lang.Object... arguments)
          Convenience method for createMock followed by expectNew when PowerMock cannot determine which constructor to use automatically.
static
<T> T
createMockAndExpectNew(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.Object... arguments)
          Convenience method for createMock followed by expectNew.
static
<T> T
createNiceMock(java.lang.Class<T> type)
          Creates a nice mock object that supports mocking of final and native methods.
static
<T> T
createNiceMock(java.lang.Class<T> type, org.easymock.ConstructorArgs constructorArgs, java.lang.reflect.Method... methods)
          Creates a nice mock object that supports mocking of final and native methods and invokes a specific constructor.
static
<T> T
createNiceMock(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.reflect.Method... methods)
          Creates a nice mock object that supports mocking of final and native methods.
static
<T> T
createNiceMock(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.Object... constructorArguments)
          Creates a nice mock object that supports mocking of final and native methods and invokes a specific constructor based on the supplied argument values.
static
<T> T
createNiceMockAndExpectNew(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.Class<?>[] parameterTypes, java.lang.Object... arguments)
          Convenience method for createNiceMock followed by expectNew when PowerMock cannot determine which constructor to use automatically.
static
<T> T
createNiceMockAndExpectNew(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.Object... arguments)
          Convenience method for createNiceMock followed by expectNew.
static
<T> T
createNicePartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.Class<? super T> where, java.lang.String... methodNames)
          A utility method that may be used to nicely mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock).
static
<T> T
createNicePartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.String... methodNames)
          A utility method that may be used to nicely mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock).
static
<T> T
createNicePartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.String[] methodNames, java.lang.Object... constructorArguments)
          * A utility method that may be used to nicely mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock).
static
<T> T
createNicePartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.String methodName, java.lang.Class<?>[] methodParameterTypes, java.lang.Object... constructorArguments)
          A utility method that may be used to nicely mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock).
static
<T> T
createNicePartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.String methodName, java.lang.Class<?>[] methodParameterTypes, java.lang.Object[] constructorArguments, java.lang.Class<?>[] constructorParameterTypes)
          A utility method that may be used to nicely mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock).
static
<T> T
createNicePartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.String methodNameToMock, java.lang.Class<?> firstArgumentType, java.lang.Class<?>... additionalArgumentTypes)
          Nicely mock a single specific method.
static
<T> T
createNicePartialMockAndInvokeDefaultConstructor(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.String... methodNames)
          A utility method that may be used to nicely mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock).
static
<T> T
createNicePartialMockForAllMethodsExcept(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.String... methodNames)
          A utility method that may be used to specify several methods that should not be nicely mocked in an easy manner (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish not to mock).
static
<T> T
createNicePartialMockForAllMethodsExcept(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.String methodNameToExclude, java.lang.Class<?> firstArgumentType, java.lang.Class<?>... moreTypes)
          Mock all methods of a class except for a specific one nicely.
static
<T> T
createPartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.Class<? super T> where, java.lang.String... methodNames)
          A utility method that may be used to mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock).
static
<T> T
createPartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.String... methodNames)
          A utility method that may be used to mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock).
static
<T> T
createPartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.String[] methodNames, java.lang.Object... constructorArguments)
          A utility method that may be used to mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock).
static
<T> T
createPartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.String methodName, java.lang.Class<?>[] methodParameterTypes, java.lang.Object... constructorArguments)
          A utility method that may be used to mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock).
static
<T> T
createPartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.String methodName, java.lang.Class<?>[] methodParameterTypes, java.lang.Object[] constructorArguments, java.lang.Class<?>[] constructorParameterTypes)
          A utility method that may be used to mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock).
static
<T> T
createPartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.String methodNameToMock, java.lang.Class<?> firstArgumentType, java.lang.Class<?>... additionalArgumentTypes)
          Mock a single specific method.
static
<T> T
createPartialMockAndInvokeDefaultConstructor(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.String... methodNames)
          A utility method that may be used to mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock).
static
<T> T
createPartialMockForAllMethodsExcept(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.String... methodNames)
          A utility method that may be used to specify several methods that should not be mocked in an easy manner (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish not to mock).
static
<T> T
createPartialMockForAllMethodsExcept(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.String methodNameToExclude, java.lang.Class<?> firstArgumentType, java.lang.Class<?>... moreTypes)
          Mock all methods of a class except for a specific one.
static
<T> T
createStrictMock(java.lang.Class<T> type)
          Creates a strict mock object that supports mocking of final and native methods.
static
<T> T
createStrictMock(java.lang.Class<T> type, org.easymock.ConstructorArgs constructorArgs, java.lang.reflect.Method... methods)
          Creates a strict mock object that supports mocking of final and native methods and invokes a specific constructor.
static
<T> T
createStrictMock(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.reflect.Method... methods)
          Creates a strict mock object that supports mocking of final and native methods.
static
<T> T
createStrictMock(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.Object... constructorArguments)
          Creates a strict mock object that supports mocking of final and native methods and invokes a specific constructor based on the supplied argument values.
static
<T> T
createStrictMockAndExpectNew(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.Class<?>[] parameterTypes, java.lang.Object... arguments)
          Convenience method for createStrictMock followed by expectNew when PowerMock cannot determine which constructor to use automatically.
static
<T> T
createStrictMockAndExpectNew(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.Object... arguments)
          Convenience method for createStrictMock followed by expectNew.
static
<T> T
createStrictPartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.Class<? super T> where, java.lang.String... methodNames)
          A utility method that may be used to strictly mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock).
static
<T> T
createStrictPartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.String... methodNames)
          A utility method that may be used to strictly mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock).
static
<T> T
createStrictPartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.String[] methodNames, java.lang.Object... constructorArguments)
          * A utility method that may be used to strictly mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock).
static
<T> T
createStrictPartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.String methodName, java.lang.Class<?>[] methodParameterTypes, java.lang.Object... constructorArguments)
          A utility method that may be used to strictly mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock).
static
<T> T
createStrictPartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.String methodName, java.lang.Class<?>[] methodParameterTypes, java.lang.Object[] constructorArguments, java.lang.Class<?>[] constructorParameterTypes)
          A utility method that may be used to strictly mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock).
static
<T> T
createStrictPartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.String methodNameToMock, java.lang.Class<?> firstArgumentType, java.lang.Class<?>... additionalArgumentTypes)
          Strictly mock a single specific method.
static
<T> T
createStrictPartialMockAndInvokeDefaultConstructor(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.String... methodNames)
          A utility method that may be used to strictly mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock).
static
<T> T
createStrictPartialMockForAllMethodsExcept(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.String... methodNames)
          A utility method that may be used to specify several methods that should not be strictly mocked in an easy manner (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish not to mock).
static
<T> T
createStrictPartialMockForAllMethodsExcept(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.String methodNameToExclude, java.lang.Class<?> firstArgumentType, java.lang.Class<?>... moreTypes)
          Mock all methods of a class except for a specific one strictly.
static org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<java.lang.Object> expectLastCall()
          This method just delegates to EasyMock class extensions EasyMock.expectLastCall() method.
static
<T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T>
expectNew(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.Class<?>[] parameterTypes, java.lang.Object... arguments)
          Allows specifying expectations on new invocations.
static
<T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T>
expectNew(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.Object... arguments)
          Allows specifying expectations on new invocations.
static
<T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T>
expectNew(java.lang.String fullyQualifiedName, java.lang.Object... arguments)
          Allows specifying expectations on new invocations for private member (inner) classes, local or anonymous classes.
static
<T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T>
expectNiceNew(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.Class<?>[] parameterTypes, java.lang.Object... arguments)
          Allows specifying expectations on new invocations.
static
<T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T>
expectNiceNew(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.Object... arguments)
          Allows specifying expectations on new invocations.
static
<T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T>
expectPrivate(java.lang.Class<?> clazz, java.lang.reflect.Method method, java.lang.Object... arguments)
          Used to specify expectations on private static methods.
static
<T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T>
expectPrivate(java.lang.Object instance, java.lang.reflect.Method method, java.lang.Object... arguments)
          Used to specify expectations on private methods.
static
<T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T>
expectPrivate(java.lang.Object instance, java.lang.Object... arguments)
          Used to specify expectations on methods without specifying a method name.
static
<T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T>
expectPrivate(java.lang.Object instance, java.lang.String methodName, java.lang.Class<?>[] parameterTypes, java.lang.Object... arguments)
          Used to specify expectations on private methods.
static
<T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T>
expectPrivate(java.lang.Object instance, java.lang.String methodName, java.lang.Class<?> where, java.lang.Class<?>[] parameterTypes, java.lang.Object... arguments)
          Used to specify expectations on methods using the method name at a specific place in the class hierarchy (specified by the where parameter).
static
<T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T>
expectPrivate(java.lang.Object instance, java.lang.String methodName, java.lang.Class<?> where, java.lang.Object... arguments)
          Used to specify expectations on methods using the method name at a specific place in the class hierarchy (specified by the where parameter).
static
<T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T>
expectPrivate(java.lang.Object instance, java.lang.String methodName, java.lang.Object... arguments)
          Used to specify expectations on methods using the method name.
static
<T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T>
expectStrictNew(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.Class<?>[] parameterTypes, java.lang.Object... arguments)
          Allows specifying expectations on new invocations.
static
<T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T>
expectStrictNew(java.lang.Class<T> type, java.lang.Object... arguments)
          Allows specifying expectations on new invocations.
static void mockStatic(java.lang.Class<?> type)
          Enable static mocking for a class.
static void mockStatic(java.lang.Class<?> type, java.lang.reflect.Method... methods)
          Enable static mocking for a class.
static void mockStaticNice(java.lang.Class<?> type)
          Enable nice static mocking for a class.
static void mockStaticNice(java.lang.Class<?> type, java.lang.reflect.Method... methods)
          Enable nice static mocking for a class.
static void mockStaticPartial(java.lang.Class<?> clazz, java.lang.String... methodNames)
          A utility method that may be used to mock several static methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock).
static void mockStaticPartial(java.lang.Class<?> clazz, java.lang.String methodNameToMock, java.lang.Class<?> firstArgumentType, java.lang.Class<?>... additionalArgumentTypes)
          Mock a single static method.
static void mockStaticPartialNice(java.lang.Class<?> clazz, java.lang.String... methodNames)
          A utility method that may be used to mock several static methods (nice) in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock).
static void mockStaticPartialNice(java.lang.Class<?> clazz, java.lang.String methodNameToMock, java.lang.Class<?> firstArgumentType, java.lang.Class<?>... additionalArgumentTypes)
          Mock a single static method (nice).
static void mockStaticPartialStrict(java.lang.Class<?> clazz, java.lang.String... methodNames)
          A utility method that may be used to mock several static methods (strict) in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock).
static void mockStaticPartialStrict(java.lang.Class<?> clazz, java.lang.String methodNameToMock, java.lang.Class<?> firstArgumentType, java.lang.Class<?>... additionalArgumentTypes)
          Mock a single static method (strict).
static void mockStaticStrict(java.lang.Class<?> type)
          Enable strict static mocking for a class.
static void mockStaticStrict(java.lang.Class<?> type, java.lang.reflect.Method... methods)
          Enable strict static mocking for a class.
static void niceReplayAndVerify()
          Sometimes it is useful to allow replay and verify on non-mocks.
static void replay(java.lang.Object... mocks)
          Switches the mocks or classes to replay mode.
static void replayAll(java.lang.Object... additionalMocks)
          Replay all classes and mock objects known by PowerMock.
static void reset(java.lang.Class<?>... classMocks)
          Reset a list of class mocks.
static void reset(java.lang.Object... mocks)
          Reset a list of mock objects or classes.
static void resetAll(java.lang.Object... additionalMocks)
          Reset all classes and mock objects known by PowerMock.
static void suppressConstructor(java.lang.Class<?>... classes)
          Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Constructor[]) instead.
static void suppressConstructor(java.lang.Class<?> clazz, boolean excludePrivateConstructors)
          Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Constructor[]) instead.
static void suppressConstructor(java.lang.reflect.Constructor<?>... constructors)
          Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Constructor[]) instead.
static void suppressField(java.lang.Class<?>[] classes)
          Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Field[]) instead.
static void suppressField(java.lang.Class<?> clazz, java.lang.String... fieldNames)
          Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Field) instead.
static void suppressField(java.lang.reflect.Field... fields)
          Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Field[]) instead.
static void suppressMethod(java.lang.Class<?>[] classes)
          Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Method[]) instead.
static void suppressMethod(java.lang.Class<?> clazz, boolean excludePrivateMethods)
          Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Method[]) instead.
static void suppressMethod(java.lang.Class<?> cls, java.lang.Class<?>... additionalClasses)
          Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Method[]) instead.
static void suppressMethod(java.lang.Class<?> clazz, java.lang.String[] methodNames)
          Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Method[]) instead.
static void suppressMethod(java.lang.Class<?> clazz, java.lang.String methodName, java.lang.Class<?>[] parameterTypes)
          Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Method) instead.
static void suppressMethod(java.lang.Class<?> clazz, java.lang.String methodName, java.lang.String... additionalMethodNames)
          Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Method[]) instead.
static void suppressMethod(java.lang.reflect.Method... methods)
          Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Method[]) instead.
static void suppressSpecificConstructor(java.lang.Class<?> clazz, java.lang.Class<?>... parameterTypes)
          Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Constructor) instead.
static void verify(java.lang.Object... objects)
          Switches the mocks or classes to verify mode.
static void verifyAll()
          Verify all classes and mock objects known by PowerMock.
 
Methods inherited from class org.powermock.api.support.membermodification.MemberModifier
replace, stub, suppress, suppress, suppress, suppress, suppress, suppress, suppress
 
Methods inherited from class org.powermock.api.support.membermodification.MemberMatcher
constructor, constructor, constructors, constructorsDeclaredIn, defaultConstructorIn, everythingDeclaredIn, field, fields, fields, fields, fields, method, method, methods, methods, methods, methodsDeclaredIn
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

PowerMock

public PowerMock()
Method Detail

createMock

public static <T> T createMock(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                               java.lang.reflect.Method... methods)
Creates a mock object that supports mocking of final and native methods.

Type Parameters:
T - the type of the mock object
Parameters:
type - the type of the mock object
methods - optionally what methods to mock
Returns:
the mock object.

createMock

public static <T> T createMock(java.lang.Class<T> type)
Creates a mock object that supports mocking of final and native methods.

Type Parameters:
T - the type of the mock object
Parameters:
type - the type of the mock object
Returns:
the mock object.

createMock

public static <T> T createMock(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                               org.easymock.ConstructorArgs constructorArgs,
                               java.lang.reflect.Method... methods)
Creates a mock object that supports mocking of final and native methods and invokes a specific constructor.

Type Parameters:
T - the type of the mock object
Parameters:
type - the type of the mock object
constructorArgs - The constructor arguments that will be used to invoke a special constructor.
methods - optionally what methods to mock
Returns:
the mock object.

createMock

public static <T> T createMock(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                               java.lang.Object... constructorArguments)
Creates a mock object that supports mocking of final and native methods and invokes a specific constructor based on the supplied argument values.

Type Parameters:
T - the type of the mock object
Parameters:
type - the type of the mock object
constructorArguments - The constructor arguments that will be used to invoke a certain constructor.
Returns:
the mock object.

createStrictMock

public static <T> T createStrictMock(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                     java.lang.reflect.Method... methods)
Creates a strict mock object that supports mocking of final and native methods.

Type Parameters:
T - the type of the mock object
Parameters:
type - the type of the mock object
methods - optionally what methods to mock
Returns:
the mock object.

createStrictMock

public static <T> T createStrictMock(java.lang.Class<T> type)
Creates a strict mock object that supports mocking of final and native methods.

Type Parameters:
T - the type of the mock object
Parameters:
type - the type of the mock object
Returns:
the mock object.

createNiceMock

public static <T> T createNiceMock(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                   java.lang.reflect.Method... methods)
Creates a nice mock object that supports mocking of final and native methods.

Type Parameters:
T - the type of the mock object
Parameters:
type - the type of the mock object
methods - optionally what methods to mock
Returns:
the mock object.

createNiceMock

public static <T> T createNiceMock(java.lang.Class<T> type)
Creates a nice mock object that supports mocking of final and native methods.

Type Parameters:
T - the type of the mock object
Parameters:
type - the type of the mock object
Returns:
the mock object.

createStrictMock

public static <T> T createStrictMock(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                     org.easymock.ConstructorArgs constructorArgs,
                                     java.lang.reflect.Method... methods)
Creates a strict mock object that supports mocking of final and native methods and invokes a specific constructor.

Type Parameters:
T - the type of the mock object
Parameters:
type - the type of the mock object
constructorArgs - The constructor arguments that will be used to invoke a special constructor.
methods - optionally what methods to mock
Returns:
the mock object.

createNiceMock

public static <T> T createNiceMock(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                   org.easymock.ConstructorArgs constructorArgs,
                                   java.lang.reflect.Method... methods)
Creates a nice mock object that supports mocking of final and native methods and invokes a specific constructor.

Type Parameters:
T - the type of the mock object
Parameters:
type - the type of the mock object
constructorArgs - The constructor arguments that will be used to invoke a special constructor.
methods - optionally what methods to mock
Returns:
the mock object.

createStrictMock

public static <T> T createStrictMock(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                     java.lang.Object... constructorArguments)
Creates a strict mock object that supports mocking of final and native methods and invokes a specific constructor based on the supplied argument values.

Type Parameters:
T - the type of the mock object
Parameters:
type - the type of the mock object
constructorArguments - The constructor arguments that will be used to invoke a certain constructor.
Returns:
the mock object.

createNiceMock

public static <T> T createNiceMock(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                   java.lang.Object... constructorArguments)
Creates a nice mock object that supports mocking of final and native methods and invokes a specific constructor based on the supplied argument values.

Type Parameters:
T - the type of the mock object
Parameters:
type - the type of the mock object
constructorArguments - The constructor arguments that will be used to invoke a certain constructor.
Returns:
the mock object.

mockStatic

public static void mockStatic(java.lang.Class<?> type,
                              java.lang.reflect.Method... methods)
Enable static mocking for a class.

Parameters:
type - the class to enable static mocking
methods - optionally what methods to mock

mockStatic

public static void mockStatic(java.lang.Class<?> type)
Enable static mocking for a class.

Parameters:
type - the class to enable static mocking

mockStaticStrict

public static void mockStaticStrict(java.lang.Class<?> type,
                                    java.lang.reflect.Method... methods)
Enable strict static mocking for a class.

Parameters:
type - the class to enable static mocking
methods - optionally what methods to mock

mockStaticStrict

public static void mockStaticStrict(java.lang.Class<?> type)
Enable strict static mocking for a class.

Parameters:
type - the class to enable static mocking

mockStaticNice

public static void mockStaticNice(java.lang.Class<?> type,
                                  java.lang.reflect.Method... methods)
Enable nice static mocking for a class.

Parameters:
type - the class to enable static mocking
methods - optionally what methods to mock

mockStaticNice

public static void mockStaticNice(java.lang.Class<?> type)
Enable nice static mocking for a class.

Parameters:
type - the class to enable static mocking

createPartialMockForAllMethodsExcept

public static <T> T createPartialMockForAllMethodsExcept(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                                         java.lang.String... methodNames)
A utility method that may be used to specify several methods that should not be mocked in an easy manner (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish not to mock). Note that you cannot uniquely specify a method to exclude using this method if there are several methods with the same name in type. This method will mock ALL methods that doesn't match the supplied name(s) regardless of parameter types and signature. If this is not the case you should fall-back on using the createMock(Class, Method...) method instead.

Type Parameters:
T - The type of the mock.
Parameters:
type - The type that'll be used to create a mock instance.
methodNames - The names of the methods that should be mocked. If null, then this method will have the same effect as just calling createMock(Class, Method...) with the second parameter as new Method[0] (i.e. all methods in that class will be mocked).
Returns:
A mock object of type .

createNicePartialMockForAllMethodsExcept

public static <T> T createNicePartialMockForAllMethodsExcept(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                                             java.lang.String... methodNames)
A utility method that may be used to specify several methods that should not be nicely mocked in an easy manner (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish not to mock). Note that you cannot uniquely specify a method to exclude using this method if there are several methods with the same name in type. This method will mock ALL methods that doesn't match the supplied name(s) regardless of parameter types and signature. If this is not the case you should fall-back on using the createMock(Class, Method...) method instead.

Type Parameters:
T - The type of the mock.
Parameters:
type - The type that'll be used to create a mock instance.
methodNames - The names of the methods that should be mocked. If null, then this method will have the same effect as just calling createMock(Class, Method...) with the second parameter as new Method[0] (i.e. all methods in that class will be mocked).
Returns:
A mock object of type .

createStrictPartialMockForAllMethodsExcept

public static <T> T createStrictPartialMockForAllMethodsExcept(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                                               java.lang.String... methodNames)
A utility method that may be used to specify several methods that should not be strictly mocked in an easy manner (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish not to mock). Note that you cannot uniquely specify a method to exclude using this method if there are several methods with the same name in type. This method will mock ALL methods that doesn't match the supplied name(s) regardless of parameter types and signature. If this is not the case you should fall-back on using the createMock(Class, Method...) method instead.

Type Parameters:
T - The type of the mock.
Parameters:
type - The type that'll be used to create a mock instance.
methodNames - The names of the methods that should be mocked. If null, then this method will have the same effect as just calling createMock(Class, Method...) with the second parameter as new Method[0] (i.e. all methods in that class will be mocked).
Returns:
A mock object of type .

createPartialMockForAllMethodsExcept

public static <T> T createPartialMockForAllMethodsExcept(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                                         java.lang.String methodNameToExclude,
                                                         java.lang.Class<?> firstArgumentType,
                                                         java.lang.Class<?>... moreTypes)
Mock all methods of a class except for a specific one. Use this method only if you have several overloaded methods.

Type Parameters:
T - The type of the mock.
Parameters:
type - The type that'll be used to create a mock instance.
methodNameToExclude - The name of the method not to mock.
firstArgumentType - The type of the first parameter of the method not to mock
moreTypes - Optionally more parameter types that defines the method. Note that this is only needed to separate overloaded methods.
Returns:
A mock object of type .

createNicePartialMockForAllMethodsExcept

public static <T> T createNicePartialMockForAllMethodsExcept(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                                             java.lang.String methodNameToExclude,
                                                             java.lang.Class<?> firstArgumentType,
                                                             java.lang.Class<?>... moreTypes)
Mock all methods of a class except for a specific one nicely. Use this method only if you have several overloaded methods.

Type Parameters:
T - The type of the mock.
Parameters:
type - The type that'll be used to create a mock instance.
methodNameToExclude - The name of the method not to mock.
firstArgumentType - The type of the first parameter of the method not to mock
moreTypes - Optionally more parameter types that defines the method. Note that this is only needed to separate overloaded methods.
Returns:
A mock object of type .

createStrictPartialMockForAllMethodsExcept

public static <T> T createStrictPartialMockForAllMethodsExcept(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                                               java.lang.String methodNameToExclude,
                                                               java.lang.Class<?> firstArgumentType,
                                                               java.lang.Class<?>... moreTypes)
Mock all methods of a class except for a specific one strictly. Use this method only if you have several overloaded methods.

Type Parameters:
T - The type of the mock.
Parameters:
type - The type that'll be used to create a mock instance.
methodNameToExclude - The name of the method not to mock.
firstArgumentType - The type of the first parameter of the method not to mock
moreTypes - Optionally more parameter types that defines the method. Note that this is only needed to separate overloaded methods.
Returns:
A mock object of type .

createPartialMock

public static <T> T createPartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                      java.lang.String methodNameToMock,
                                      java.lang.Class<?> firstArgumentType,
                                      java.lang.Class<?>... additionalArgumentTypes)
Mock a single specific method. Use this to handle overloaded methods.

Type Parameters:
T - The type of the mock.
Parameters:
type - The type that'll be used to create a mock instance.
methodNameToMock - The name of the method to mock
firstArgumentType - The type of the first parameter of the method to mock
additionalArgumentTypes - Optionally more parameter types that defines the method. Note that this is only needed to separate overloaded methods.
Returns:
A mock object of type .

createStrictPartialMock

public static <T> T createStrictPartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                            java.lang.String methodNameToMock,
                                            java.lang.Class<?> firstArgumentType,
                                            java.lang.Class<?>... additionalArgumentTypes)
Strictly mock a single specific method. Use this to handle overloaded methods.

Type Parameters:
T - The type of the mock.
Parameters:
type - The type that'll be used to create a mock instance.
methodNameToMock - The name of the method to mock
firstArgumentType - The type of the first parameter of the method to mock
additionalArgumentTypes - Optionally more parameter types that defines the method. Note that this is only needed to separate overloaded methods.
Returns:
A mock object of type .

createNicePartialMock

public static <T> T createNicePartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                          java.lang.String methodNameToMock,
                                          java.lang.Class<?> firstArgumentType,
                                          java.lang.Class<?>... additionalArgumentTypes)
Nicely mock a single specific method. Use this to handle overloaded methods.

Type Parameters:
T - The type of the mock.
Parameters:
type - The type that'll be used to create a mock instance.
methodNameToMock - The name of the method to mock
firstArgumentType - The type of the first parameter of the method to mock
additionalArgumentTypes - Optionally more parameter types that defines the method. Note that this is only needed to separate overloaded methods.
Returns:
A mock object of type .

mockStaticPartial

public static void mockStaticPartial(java.lang.Class<?> clazz,
                                     java.lang.String methodNameToMock,
                                     java.lang.Class<?> firstArgumentType,
                                     java.lang.Class<?>... additionalArgumentTypes)
Mock a single static method.

Parameters:
clazz - The class where the method is specified in.
methodNameToMock - The first argument
firstArgumentType - The first argument type.
additionalArgumentTypes - Optional additional argument types.

mockStaticPartialStrict

public static void mockStaticPartialStrict(java.lang.Class<?> clazz,
                                           java.lang.String methodNameToMock,
                                           java.lang.Class<?> firstArgumentType,
                                           java.lang.Class<?>... additionalArgumentTypes)
Mock a single static method (strict).

Parameters:
clazz - The class where the method is specified in.
methodNameToMock - The first argument
firstArgumentType - The first argument type.
additionalArgumentTypes - Optional additional argument types.

mockStaticPartialNice

public static void mockStaticPartialNice(java.lang.Class<?> clazz,
                                         java.lang.String methodNameToMock,
                                         java.lang.Class<?> firstArgumentType,
                                         java.lang.Class<?>... additionalArgumentTypes)
Mock a single static method (nice).

Parameters:
clazz - The class where the method is specified in.
methodNameToMock - The first argument
firstArgumentType - The first argument type.
additionalArgumentTypes - Optional additional argument types.

mockStaticPartial

public static void mockStaticPartial(java.lang.Class<?> clazz,
                                     java.lang.String... methodNames)
A utility method that may be used to mock several static methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock). Note that you cannot uniquely specify a method to mock using this method if there are several methods with the same name in type. This method will mock ALL methods that match the supplied name regardless of parameter types and signature. If this is the case you should fall-back on using the mockStatic(Class, Method...) method instead.

Parameters:
clazz - The class that contains the static methods that should be mocked.
methodNames - The names of the methods that should be mocked. If null, then this method will have the same effect as just calling mockStatic(Class, Method...) with the second parameter as new Method[0] (i.e. all methods in that class will be mocked).

mockStaticPartialStrict

public static void mockStaticPartialStrict(java.lang.Class<?> clazz,
                                           java.lang.String... methodNames)
A utility method that may be used to mock several static methods (strict) in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock). Note that you cannot uniquely specify a method to mock using this method if there are several methods with the same name in type. This method will mock ALL methods that match the supplied name regardless of parameter types and signature. If this is the case you should fall-back on using the mockStaticStrict(Class, Method...) method instead.

Parameters:
clazz - The class that contains the static methods that should be mocked.
methodNames - The names of the methods that should be mocked. If null, then this method will have the same effect as just calling mockStatic(Class, Method...) with the second parameter as new Method[0] (i.e. all methods in that class will be mocked).

mockStaticPartialNice

public static void mockStaticPartialNice(java.lang.Class<?> clazz,
                                         java.lang.String... methodNames)
A utility method that may be used to mock several static methods (nice) in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock). Note that you cannot uniquely specify a method to mock using this method if there are several methods with the same name in type. This method will mock ALL methods that match the supplied name regardless of parameter types and signature. If this is the case you should fall-back on using the mockStaticStrict(Class, Method...) method instead.

Parameters:
clazz - The class that contains the static methods that should be mocked.
methodNames - The names of the methods that should be mocked. If null, then this method will have the same effect as just calling mockStatic(Class, Method...) with the second parameter as new Method[0] (i.e. all methods in that class will be mocked).

createPartialMock

public static <T> T createPartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                      java.lang.String... methodNames)
A utility method that may be used to mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock). Note that you cannot uniquely specify a method to mock using this method if there are several methods with the same name in type. This method will mock ALL methods that match the supplied name regardless of parameter types and signature. If this is the case you should fall-back on using the createMock(Class, Method...) method instead.

Type Parameters:
T - The type of the mock.
Parameters:
type - The type that'll be used to create a mock instance.
methodNames - The names of the methods that should be mocked. If null, then this method will have the same effect as just calling createMock(Class, Method...) with the second parameter as new Method[0] (i.e. all methods in that class will be mocked).
Returns:
A mock object of type .

createPartialMock

public static <T> T createPartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                      java.lang.Class<? super T> where,
                                      java.lang.String... methodNames)
A utility method that may be used to mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock). Note that you cannot uniquely specify a method to mock using this method if there are several methods with the same name in type. This method will mock ALL methods that match the supplied name regardless of parameter types and signature. If this is the case you should fall-back on using the createMock(Class, Method...) method instead.

With this method you can specify where the class hierarchy the methods are located. This is useful in, for example, situations where class A extends B and both have a method called "mockMe" (A overrides B's mockMe method) and you like to specify the only the "mockMe" method in B should be mocked. "mockMe" in A should be left intact. In this case you should do:

 A tested = createPartialMock(A.class, B.class, "mockMe");
 

Type Parameters:
T - The type of the mock.
Parameters:
type - The type that'll be used to create a mock instance.
where - Where in the class hierarchy the methods resides.
methodNames - The names of the methods that should be mocked. If null, then this method will have the same effect as just calling createMock(Class, Method...) with the second parameter as new Method[0] (i.e. all methods in that class will be mocked).
Returns:
A mock object of type .

createStrictPartialMock

public static <T> T createStrictPartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                            java.lang.String... methodNames)
A utility method that may be used to strictly mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock). Note that you cannot uniquely specify a method to mock using this method if there are several methods with the same name in type. This method will mock ALL methods that match the supplied name regardless of parameter types and signature. If this is the case you should fall-back on using the createMock(Class, Method...) method instead.

Type Parameters:
T - The type of the mock.
Parameters:
type - The type that'll be used to create a mock instance.
methodNames - The names of the methods that should be mocked. If null, then this method will have the same effect as just calling createMock(Class, Method...) with the second parameter as new Method[0] (i.e. all methods in that class will be mocked).
Returns:
A mock object of type .

createStrictPartialMock

public static <T> T createStrictPartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                            java.lang.Class<? super T> where,
                                            java.lang.String... methodNames)
A utility method that may be used to strictly mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock). Note that you cannot uniquely specify a method to mock using this method if there are several methods with the same name in type. This method will mock ALL methods that match the supplied name regardless of parameter types and signature. If this is the case you should fall-back on using the createMock(Class, Method...) method instead.

With this method you can specify where the class hierarchy the methods are located. This is useful in, for example, situations where class A extends B and both have a method called "mockMe" (A overrides B's mockMe method) and you like to specify the only the "mockMe" method in B should be mocked. "mockMe" in A should be left intact. In this case you should do:

 A tested = createPartialMockStrict(A.class, B.class, "mockMe");
 

Type Parameters:
T - The type of the mock.
Parameters:
type - The type that'll be used to create a mock instance.
where - Where in the class hierarchy the methods resides.
methodNames - The names of the methods that should be mocked. If null, then this method will have the same effect as just calling createMock(Class, Method...) with the second parameter as new Method[0] (i.e. all methods in that class will be mocked).
Returns:
A mock object of type .

createNicePartialMock

public static <T> T createNicePartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                          java.lang.String... methodNames)
A utility method that may be used to nicely mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock). Note that you cannot uniquely specify a method to mock using this method if there are several methods with the same name in type. This method will mock ALL methods that match the supplied name regardless of parameter types and signature. If this is the case you should fall-back on using the createMock(Class, Method...) method instead.

Type Parameters:
T - The type of the mock.
Parameters:
type - The type that'll be used to create a mock instance.
methodNames - The names of the methods that should be mocked. If null, then this method will have the same effect as just calling createMock(Class, Method...) with the second parameter as new Method[0] (i.e. all methods in that class will be mocked).
Returns:
A mock object of type .

createNicePartialMock

public static <T> T createNicePartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                          java.lang.Class<? super T> where,
                                          java.lang.String... methodNames)
A utility method that may be used to nicely mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock). Note that you cannot uniquely specify a method to mock using this method if there are several methods with the same name in type. This method will mock ALL methods that match the supplied name regardless of parameter types and signature. If this is the case you should fall-back on using the createMock(Class, Method...) method instead.

With this method you can specify where the class hierarchy the methods are located. This is useful in, for example, situations where class A extends B and both have a method called "mockMe" (A overrides B's mockMe method) and you like to specify the only the "mockMe" method in B should be mocked. "mockMe" in A should be left intact. In this case you should do:

 A tested = createPartialMockNice(A.class, B.class, "mockMe");
 

Type Parameters:
T - The type of the mock.
Parameters:
type - The type that'll be used to create a mock instance.
where - Where in the class hierarchy the methods resides.
methodNames - The names of the methods that should be mocked. If null, then this method will have the same effect as just calling createMock(Class, Method...) with the second parameter as new Method[0] (i.e. all methods in that class will be mocked).
Returns:
A mock object of type .

createPartialMockAndInvokeDefaultConstructor

public static <T> T createPartialMockAndInvokeDefaultConstructor(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                                                 java.lang.String... methodNames)
                                                      throws java.lang.Exception
A utility method that may be used to mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock). The mock object created will support mocking of final methods and invokes the default constructor (even if it's private).

Type Parameters:
T - the type of the mock object
Parameters:
type - the type of the mock object
methodNames - The names of the methods that should be mocked. If null, then this method will have the same effect as just calling createMock(Class, Method...) with the second parameter as new Method[0] (i.e. all methods in that class will be mocked).
Returns:
the mock object.
Throws:
java.lang.Exception

createNicePartialMockAndInvokeDefaultConstructor

public static <T> T createNicePartialMockAndInvokeDefaultConstructor(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                                                     java.lang.String... methodNames)
                                                          throws java.lang.Exception
A utility method that may be used to nicely mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock). The mock object created will support mocking of final methods and invokes the default constructor (even if it's private).

Type Parameters:
T - the type of the mock object
Parameters:
type - the type of the mock object
methodNames - The names of the methods that should be mocked. If null, then this method will have the same effect as just calling createMock(Class, Method...) with the second parameter as new Method[0] (i.e. all methods in that class will be mocked).
Returns:
the mock object.
Throws:
java.lang.Exception

createStrictPartialMockAndInvokeDefaultConstructor

public static <T> T createStrictPartialMockAndInvokeDefaultConstructor(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                                                       java.lang.String... methodNames)
                                                            throws java.lang.Exception
A utility method that may be used to strictly mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock). The mock object created will support mocking of final methods and invokes the default constructor (even if it's private).

Type Parameters:
T - the type of the mock object
Parameters:
type - the type of the mock object
methodNames - The names of the methods that should be mocked. If null, then this method will have the same effect as just calling createMock(Class, Method...) with the second parameter as new Method[0] (i.e. all methods in that class will be mocked).
Returns:
the mock object.
Throws:
java.lang.Exception

createPartialMock

public static <T> T createPartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                      java.lang.String[] methodNames,
                                      java.lang.Object... constructorArguments)
A utility method that may be used to mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock). The mock object created will support mocking of final and native methods and invokes a specific constructor based on the supplied argument values.

Type Parameters:
T - the type of the mock object
Parameters:
type - the type of the mock object
methodNames - The names of the methods that should be mocked. If null, then this method will have the same effect as just calling createMock(Class, Method...) with the second parameter as new Method[0] (i.e. all methods in that class will be mocked).
constructorArguments - The constructor arguments that will be used to invoke a certain constructor. (optional)
Returns:
the mock object.

createStrictPartialMock

public static <T> T createStrictPartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                            java.lang.String[] methodNames,
                                            java.lang.Object... constructorArguments)
* A utility method that may be used to strictly mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock). The mock object created will support mocking of final and native methods and invokes a specific constructor based on the supplied argument values.

Type Parameters:
T - the type of the mock object
Parameters:
type - the type of the mock object
methodNames - The names of the methods that should be mocked. If null, then this method will have the same effect as just calling createMock(Class, Method...) with the second parameter as new Method[0] (i.e. all methods in that class will be mocked).
constructorArguments - The constructor arguments that will be used to invoke a certain constructor. (optional)
Returns:
the mock object.

createNicePartialMock

public static <T> T createNicePartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                          java.lang.String[] methodNames,
                                          java.lang.Object... constructorArguments)
* A utility method that may be used to nicely mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock). The mock object created will support mocking of final and native methods and invokes a specific constructor based on the supplied argument values.

Type Parameters:
T - the type of the mock object
Parameters:
type - the type of the mock object
methodNames - The names of the methods that should be mocked. If null, then this method will have the same effect as just calling createMock(Class, Method...) with the second parameter as new Method[0] (i.e. all methods in that class will be mocked).
constructorArguments - The constructor arguments that will be used to invoke a certain constructor. (optional)
Returns:
the mock object.

createPartialMock

public static <T> T createPartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                      java.lang.String methodName,
                                      java.lang.Class<?>[] methodParameterTypes,
                                      java.lang.Object... constructorArguments)
A utility method that may be used to mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock). Use this to handle overloaded methods. The mock object created will support mocking of final and native methods and invokes a specific constructor based on the supplied argument values.

Type Parameters:
T - the type of the mock object
Parameters:
type - the type of the mock object
methodName - The names of the methods that should be mocked. If null, then this method will have the same effect as just calling createMock(Class, Method...) with the second parameter as new Method[0] (i.e. all methods in that class will be mocked).
methodParameterTypes - Parameter types that defines the method. Note that this is only needed to separate overloaded methods.
constructorArguments - The constructor arguments that will be used to invoke a certain constructor. (optional)
Returns:
the mock object.

createStrictPartialMock

public static <T> T createStrictPartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                            java.lang.String methodName,
                                            java.lang.Class<?>[] methodParameterTypes,
                                            java.lang.Object... constructorArguments)
A utility method that may be used to strictly mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock). Use this to handle overloaded methods. The mock object created will support mocking of final and native methods and invokes a specific constructor based on the supplied argument values.

Type Parameters:
T - the type of the mock object
Parameters:
type - the type of the mock object
methodName - The names of the methods that should be mocked. If null, then this method will have the same effect as just calling createMock(Class, Method...) with the second parameter as new Method[0] (i.e. all methods in that class will be mocked).
methodParameterTypes - Parameter types that defines the method. Note that this is only needed to separate overloaded methods.
constructorArguments - The constructor arguments that will be used to invoke a certain constructor. (optional)
Returns:
the mock object.

createNicePartialMock

public static <T> T createNicePartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                          java.lang.String methodName,
                                          java.lang.Class<?>[] methodParameterTypes,
                                          java.lang.Object... constructorArguments)
A utility method that may be used to nicely mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock). Use this to handle overloaded methods. The mock object created will support mocking of final and native methods and invokes a specific constructor based on the supplied argument values.

Type Parameters:
T - the type of the mock object
Parameters:
type - the type of the mock object
methodName - The names of the methods that should be mocked. If null, then this method will have the same effect as just calling createMock(Class, Method...) with the second parameter as new Method[0] (i.e. all methods in that class will be mocked).
methodParameterTypes - Parameter types that defines the method. Note that this is only needed to separate overloaded methods.
constructorArguments - The constructor arguments that will be used to invoke a certain constructor. (optional)
Returns:
the mock object.

createPartialMock

public static <T> T createPartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                      java.lang.String methodName,
                                      java.lang.Class<?>[] methodParameterTypes,
                                      java.lang.Object[] constructorArguments,
                                      java.lang.Class<?>[] constructorParameterTypes)
A utility method that may be used to mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock). Use this to handle overloaded methods and overloaded constructors. The mock object created will support mocking of final and native methods and invokes a specific constructor based on the supplied argument values.

Type Parameters:
T - the type of the mock object
Parameters:
type - the type of the mock object
methodName - The names of the methods that should be mocked. If null, then this method will have the same effect as just calling createMock(Class, Method...) with the second parameter as new Method[0] (i.e. all methods in that class will be mocked).
methodParameterTypes - Parameter types that defines the method. Note that this is only needed to separate overloaded methods.
constructorArguments - The constructor arguments that will be used to invoke a certain constructor.
constructorParameterTypes - Parameter types that defines the constructor that should be invoked. Note that this is only needed to separate overloaded constructors.
Returns:
the mock object.

createStrictPartialMock

public static <T> T createStrictPartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                            java.lang.String methodName,
                                            java.lang.Class<?>[] methodParameterTypes,
                                            java.lang.Object[] constructorArguments,
                                            java.lang.Class<?>[] constructorParameterTypes)
A utility method that may be used to strictly mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock). Use this to handle overloaded methods and overloaded constructors. The mock object created will support mocking of final and native methods and invokes a specific constructor based on the supplied argument values.

Type Parameters:
T - the type of the mock object
Parameters:
type - the type of the mock object
methodName - The names of the methods that should be mocked. If null, then this method will have the same effect as just calling createMock(Class, Method...) with the second parameter as new Method[0] (i.e. all methods in that class will be mocked).
methodParameterTypes - Parameter types that defines the method. Note that this is only needed to separate overloaded methods.
constructorArguments - The constructor arguments that will be used to invoke a certain constructor.
constructorParameterTypes - Parameter types that defines the constructor that should be invoked. Note that this is only needed to separate overloaded constructors.
Returns:
the mock object.

createNicePartialMock

public static <T> T createNicePartialMock(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                          java.lang.String methodName,
                                          java.lang.Class<?>[] methodParameterTypes,
                                          java.lang.Object[] constructorArguments,
                                          java.lang.Class<?>[] constructorParameterTypes)
A utility method that may be used to nicely mock several methods in an easy way (by just passing in the method names of the method you wish to mock). Use this to handle overloaded methods and overloaded constructors. The mock object created will support mocking of final and native methods and invokes a specific constructor based on the supplied argument values.

Type Parameters:
T - the type of the mock object
Parameters:
type - the type of the mock object
methodName - The names of the methods that should be mocked. If null, then this method will have the same effect as just calling createMock(Class, Method...) with the second parameter as new Method[0] (i.e. all methods in that class will be mocked).
methodParameterTypes - Parameter types that defines the method. Note that this is only needed to separate overloaded methods.
constructorArguments - The constructor arguments that will be used to invoke a certain constructor.
constructorParameterTypes - Parameter types that defines the constructor that should be invoked. Note that this is only needed to separate overloaded constructors.
Returns:
the mock object.

expectPrivate

public static <T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T> expectPrivate(java.lang.Class<?> clazz,
                                                                    java.lang.reflect.Method method,
                                                                    java.lang.Object... arguments)
                                                         throws java.lang.Exception
Used to specify expectations on private static methods. If possible use variant with only method name.

Throws:
java.lang.Exception

expectPrivate

public static <T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T> expectPrivate(java.lang.Object instance,
                                                                    java.lang.reflect.Method method,
                                                                    java.lang.Object... arguments)
                                                         throws java.lang.Exception
Used to specify expectations on private methods. If possible use variant with only method name.

Throws:
java.lang.Exception

expectPrivate

public static <T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T> expectPrivate(java.lang.Object instance,
                                                                    java.lang.String methodName,
                                                                    java.lang.Class<?>[] parameterTypes,
                                                                    java.lang.Object... arguments)
                                                         throws java.lang.Exception
Used to specify expectations on private methods. Use this method to handle overloaded methods.

Throws:
java.lang.Exception

expectPrivate

public static <T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T> expectPrivate(java.lang.Object instance,
                                                                    java.lang.String methodName,
                                                                    java.lang.Object... arguments)
                                                         throws java.lang.Exception
Used to specify expectations on methods using the method name. Works on for example private or package private methods.

Throws:
java.lang.Exception

expectPrivate

public static <T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T> expectPrivate(java.lang.Object instance,
                                                                    java.lang.Object... arguments)
                                                         throws java.lang.Exception
Used to specify expectations on methods without specifying a method name. Works on for example private or package private methods. PowerMock tries to find a unique method to expect based on the argument parameters. If PowerMock is unable to locate a unique method you need to revert to using expectPrivate(Object, String, Object...).

Throws:
java.lang.Exception

expectPrivate

public static <T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T> expectPrivate(java.lang.Object instance,
                                                                    java.lang.String methodName,
                                                                    java.lang.Class<?> where,
                                                                    java.lang.Class<?>[] parameterTypes,
                                                                    java.lang.Object... arguments)
                                                         throws java.lang.Exception
Used to specify expectations on methods using the method name at a specific place in the class hierarchy (specified by the where parameter). Works on for example private or package private methods.

Use this for overloaded methods.

Throws:
java.lang.Exception

expectPrivate

public static <T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T> expectPrivate(java.lang.Object instance,
                                                                    java.lang.String methodName,
                                                                    java.lang.Class<?> where,
                                                                    java.lang.Object... arguments)
                                                         throws java.lang.Exception
Used to specify expectations on methods using the method name at a specific place in the class hierarchy (specified by the where parameter). Works on for example private or package private methods.

Throws:
java.lang.Exception

expectLastCall

public static org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<java.lang.Object> expectLastCall()
This method just delegates to EasyMock class extensions EasyMock.expectLastCall() method.

Returns:
The expectation setter.
See Also:
EasyMock.expectLastCall()

niceReplayAndVerify

public static void niceReplayAndVerify()
Sometimes it is useful to allow replay and verify on non-mocks. For example when using partial mocking in some tests and no mocking in other test-methods, but using the same setUp and tearDown.


replayAll

public static void replayAll(java.lang.Object... additionalMocks)
Replay all classes and mock objects known by PowerMock. This includes all classes that are prepared for test using the PrepareForTest or PrepareOnlyThisForTest annotations and all classes that have had their static initializers removed by using the SuppressStaticInitializationFor annotation. It also includes all mock instances created by PowerMock such as those created or used by createMock(Class, Method...), mockStatic(Class, Method...), expectNew(Class, Object...), createPartialMock(Class, String...) etc.

To make it easy to pass in additional mocks not created by the PowerMock API you can optionally specify them as additionalMocks . These are typically those mock objects you have created using pure EasyMock or EasyMock class extensions. No additional mocks needs to be specified if you're only using PowerMock API methods.

Note that the additionalMocks are also automatically verified when invoking the verifyAll() method.

Parameters:
additionalMocks - Mocks not created by the PowerMock API. These are typically those mock objects you have created using pure EasyMock or EasyMock class extensions.

resetAll

public static void resetAll(java.lang.Object... additionalMocks)
Reset all classes and mock objects known by PowerMock. This includes all classes that are prepared for test using the PrepareForTest or PrepareOnlyThisForTest annotations and all classes that have had their static initializers removed by using the SuppressStaticInitializationFor annotation. It also includes all mock instances created by PowerMock such as those created or used by createMock(Class, Method...), mockStatic(Class, Method...), expectNew(Class, Object...), createPartialMock(Class, String...) etc.

To make it easy to pass in additional mocks not created by the PowerMock API you can optionally specify them as additionalMocks . These are typically those mock objects you have created using pure EasyMock or EasyMock class extensions. No additional mocks needs to be specified if you're only using PowerMock API methods.

Parameters:
additionalMocks - Mocks not created by the PowerMock API. These are typically those mock objects you have created using pure EasyMock or EasyMock class extensions.

reset

public static void reset(java.lang.Class<?>... classMocks)
Reset a list of class mocks.


reset

public static void reset(java.lang.Object... mocks)
Reset a list of mock objects or classes.


verifyAll

public static void verifyAll()
Verify all classes and mock objects known by PowerMock. This includes all classes that are prepared for test using the PrepareForTest or PrepareOnlyThisForTest annotations and all classes that have had their static initializers removed by using the SuppressStaticInitializationFor annotation. It also includes all mock instances created by PowerMock such as those created or used by createMock(Class, Method...), mockStatic(Class, Method...), expectNew(Class, Object...), createPartialMock(Class, String...) etc.

Note that all additionalMocks passed to the replayAll(Object...) method are also verified here automatically.


replay

public static void replay(java.lang.Object... mocks)
Switches the mocks or classes to replay mode. Note that you must use this method when using PowerMock!

Parameters:
mocks - mock objects or classes loaded by PowerMock.
Throws:
java.lang.Exception - If something unexpected goes wrong.

verify

public static void verify(java.lang.Object... objects)
Switches the mocks or classes to verify mode. Note that you must use this method when using PowerMock!

Parameters:
objects - mock objects or classes loaded by PowerMock.

createMockAndExpectNew

public static <T> T createMockAndExpectNew(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                           java.lang.Object... arguments)
                                throws java.lang.Exception
Convenience method for createMock followed by expectNew.

Parameters:
type - The class that should be mocked.
arguments - The constructor arguments.
Returns:
A mock object of the same type as the mock.
Throws:
java.lang.Exception

createMockAndExpectNew

public static <T> T createMockAndExpectNew(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                           java.lang.Class<?>[] parameterTypes,
                                           java.lang.Object... arguments)
                                throws java.lang.Exception
Convenience method for createMock followed by expectNew when PowerMock cannot determine which constructor to use automatically. This happens when you have one constructor taking a primitive type and another one taking the wrapper type of the primitive. For example int and Integer.

Parameters:
type - The class that should be mocked.
parameterTypes - The constructor parameter types.
arguments - The constructor arguments.
Returns:
A mock object of the same type as the mock.
Throws:
java.lang.Exception

createNiceMockAndExpectNew

public static <T> T createNiceMockAndExpectNew(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                               java.lang.Object... arguments)
                                    throws java.lang.Exception
Convenience method for createNiceMock followed by expectNew.

Parameters:
type - The class that should be mocked.
arguments - The constructor arguments.
Returns:
A mock object of the same type as the mock.
Throws:
java.lang.Exception

createNiceMockAndExpectNew

public static <T> T createNiceMockAndExpectNew(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                               java.lang.Class<?>[] parameterTypes,
                                               java.lang.Object... arguments)
                                    throws java.lang.Exception
Convenience method for createNiceMock followed by expectNew when PowerMock cannot determine which constructor to use automatically. This happens when you have one constructor taking a primitive type and another one taking the wrapper type of the primitive. For example int and Integer.

Parameters:
type - The class that should be mocked.
parameterTypes - The constructor parameter types.
arguments - The constructor arguments.
Returns:
A mock object of the same type as the mock.
Throws:
java.lang.Exception

createStrictMockAndExpectNew

public static <T> T createStrictMockAndExpectNew(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                                 java.lang.Object... arguments)
                                      throws java.lang.Exception
Convenience method for createStrictMock followed by expectNew.

Parameters:
type - The class that should be mocked.
arguments - The constructor arguments.
Returns:
A mock object of the same type as the mock.
Throws:
java.lang.Exception

createStrictMockAndExpectNew

public static <T> T createStrictMockAndExpectNew(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                                 java.lang.Class<?>[] parameterTypes,
                                                 java.lang.Object... arguments)
                                      throws java.lang.Exception
Convenience method for createStrictMock followed by expectNew when PowerMock cannot determine which constructor to use automatically. This happens when you have one constructor taking a primitive type and another one taking the wrapper type of the primitive. For example int and Integer.

Parameters:
type - The class that should be mocked.
parameterTypes - The constructor parameter types.
arguments - The constructor arguments.
Returns:
A mock object of the same type as the mock.
Throws:
java.lang.Exception

expectNew

public static <T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T> expectNew(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                                                java.lang.Class<?>[] parameterTypes,
                                                                java.lang.Object... arguments)
                                                     throws java.lang.Exception
Allows specifying expectations on new invocations. For example you might want to throw an exception or return a mock. Note that you must replay the class when using this method since this behavior is part of the class mock.

Use this method when you need to specify parameter types for the constructor when PowerMock cannot determine which constructor to use automatically. In most cases you should use expectNew(Class, Object...) instead.

Throws:
java.lang.Exception

expectNew

public static <T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T> expectNew(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                                                java.lang.Object... arguments)
                                                     throws java.lang.Exception
Allows specifying expectations on new invocations. For example you might want to throw an exception or return a mock. Note that you must replay the class when using this method since this behavior is part of the class mock.

Throws:
java.lang.Exception

expectNew

public static <T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T> expectNew(java.lang.String fullyQualifiedName,
                                                                java.lang.Object... arguments)
                                                     throws java.lang.Exception
Allows specifying expectations on new invocations for private member (inner) classes, local or anonymous classes. For example you might want to throw an exception or return a mock. Note that you must replay the class when using this method since this behavior is part of the class mock.

Parameters:
fullyQualifiedName - The fully-qualified name of the inner/local/anonymous type to expect.
arguments - Optional number of arguments.
Throws:
java.lang.Exception

expectStrictNew

public static <T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T> expectStrictNew(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                                                      java.lang.Object... arguments)
                                                           throws java.lang.Exception
Allows specifying expectations on new invocations. For example you might want to throw an exception or return a mock.

This method checks the order of constructor invocations.

Note that you must replay the class when using this method since this behavior is part of the class mock.

Throws:
java.lang.Exception

expectStrictNew

public static <T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T> expectStrictNew(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                                                      java.lang.Class<?>[] parameterTypes,
                                                                      java.lang.Object... arguments)
                                                           throws java.lang.Exception
Allows specifying expectations on new invocations. For example you might want to throw an exception or return a mock. Note that you must replay the class when using this method since this behavior is part of the class mock.

This method checks the order of constructor invocations.

Use this method when you need to specify parameter types for the constructor when PowerMock cannot determine which constructor to use automatically. In most cases you should use expectNew(Class, Object...) instead.

Throws:
java.lang.Exception

expectNiceNew

public static <T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T> expectNiceNew(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                                                    java.lang.Object... arguments)
                                                         throws java.lang.Exception
Allows specifying expectations on new invocations. For example you might want to throw an exception or return a mock.

This method allows any number of calls to a new constructor without throwing an exception.

Note that you must replay the class when using this method since this behavior is part of the class mock.

Throws:
java.lang.Exception

expectNiceNew

public static <T> org.easymock.IExpectationSetters<T> expectNiceNew(java.lang.Class<T> type,
                                                                    java.lang.Class<?>[] parameterTypes,
                                                                    java.lang.Object... arguments)
                                                         throws java.lang.Exception
Allows specifying expectations on new invocations. For example you might want to throw an exception or return a mock. Note that you must replay the class when using this method since this behavior is part of the class mock.

This method allows any number of calls to a new constructor without throwing an exception.

Use this method when you need to specify parameter types for the constructor when PowerMock cannot determine which constructor to use automatically. In most cases you should use expectNew(Class, Object...) instead.

Throws:
java.lang.Exception

suppressConstructor

public static void suppressConstructor(java.lang.reflect.Constructor<?>... constructors)
Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Constructor[]) instead.

Suppress constructor calls on specific constructors only.


suppressSpecificConstructor

public static void suppressSpecificConstructor(java.lang.Class<?> clazz,
                                               java.lang.Class<?>... parameterTypes)
Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Constructor) instead.

This method can be used to suppress the code in a specific constructor.

Parameters:
clazz - The class where the constructor is located.
parameterTypes - The parameter types of the constructor to suppress.

suppressConstructor

public static void suppressConstructor(java.lang.Class<?>... classes)
Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Constructor[]) instead.

Suppress all constructors in the given class and it's super classes.

Parameters:
classes - The classes whose constructors will be suppressed.

suppressConstructor

public static void suppressConstructor(java.lang.Class<?> clazz,
                                       boolean excludePrivateConstructors)
Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Constructor[]) instead.

Suppress all constructors in the given class.

Parameters:
clazz - The classes whose constructors will be suppressed.
excludePrivateConstructors - optionally keep code in private constructors

suppressField

public static void suppressField(java.lang.reflect.Field... fields)
Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Field[]) instead.

Suppress specific fields. This works on both instance methods and static methods. Note that replay and verify are not needed as this is not part of a mock behavior.


suppressField

public static void suppressField(java.lang.Class<?>[] classes)
Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Field[]) instead.

Suppress all fields for these classes.


suppressField

public static void suppressField(java.lang.Class<?> clazz,
                                 java.lang.String... fieldNames)
Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Field) instead.

Suppress multiple methods for a class.

Parameters:
clazz - The class whose methods will be suppressed.
fieldNames - The names of the methods that'll be suppressed. If field names are empty, all fields in the supplied class will be suppressed.

suppressMethod

public static void suppressMethod(java.lang.reflect.Method... methods)
Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Method[]) instead.

Suppress specific method calls on all types containing this method. This works on both instance methods and static methods. Note that replay and verify are not needed as this is not part of a mock behavior.


suppressMethod

public static void suppressMethod(java.lang.Class<?> cls,
                                  java.lang.Class<?>... additionalClasses)
Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Method[]) instead.

Suppress all methods for these classes.

Parameters:
cls - The first class whose methods will be suppressed.
additionalClasses - Additional classes whose methods will be suppressed.

suppressMethod

public static void suppressMethod(java.lang.Class<?>[] classes)
Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Method[]) instead.

Suppress all methods for these classes.

Parameters:
classes - Classes whose methods will be suppressed.

suppressMethod

public static void suppressMethod(java.lang.Class<?> clazz,
                                  java.lang.String methodName,
                                  java.lang.String... additionalMethodNames)
Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Method[]) instead.

Suppress multiple methods for a class.

Parameters:
clazz - The class whose methods will be suppressed.
methodName - The first method to be suppress in class clazz.
additionalMethodNames - Additional methods to suppress in class clazz.

suppressMethod

public static void suppressMethod(java.lang.Class<?> clazz,
                                  java.lang.String[] methodNames)
Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Method[]) instead.

Suppress multiple methods for a class.

Parameters:
clazz - The class whose methods will be suppressed.
methodNames - Methods to suppress in class clazz.

suppressMethod

public static void suppressMethod(java.lang.Class<?> clazz,
                                  boolean excludePrivateMethods)
Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Method[]) instead.

Suppress all methods for this class.

Parameters:
clazz - The class which methods will be suppressed.
excludePrivateMethods - optionally not suppress private methods

suppressMethod

public static void suppressMethod(java.lang.Class<?> clazz,
                                  java.lang.String methodName,
                                  java.lang.Class<?>[] parameterTypes)
Deprecated. Use MemberModifier.suppress(Method) instead.

Suppress a specific method call. Use this for overloaded methods.



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