Mined Opinions For API: junit

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  • Tom, thank you for the information.. details
  • that's good, sound like you're including the libraries correctly then...maybe it's the arguments that are being passed to assertThat causing the problem then.. details
  • Thank you for the sample code.. details
  • Thanks.. details
  • I hope I can get something better, I don't like these argument captors and generally too much code is needed to simply describe this case and there will be many types of the requests.. details
  • My test code looks like : CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • My helper methods for the test case looks like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
  • The CODETERM1 helper class for the test looks like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
  • Are there any cleaner approach instead of this testcase.. details
  • I hope I can get something better, I don't like these argument captors and generally too much code is needed to simply describe this case and there will be many types of the requests.. details
  • I was thinking of maybe this method should be broken apart to two methods, but I can't see any clean and good solution because this method will be used as an access point from other components in the system, therefore one method should accomplish one thing.. details
  • Enough of talking, let's see the code itself: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Now, I have three Java classes (with suitable attributes like in the JSON file and get- and set methods) Person Account Transaction I have written a Junit Test and will use the JSON file.. details
  • I have a json field which is called template.welcome.email and I am writing a unit test that checks if that field is present in the reply from the server but I can't find an escape for the dots in the name of the field.The code of my test is : CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Finally, if you are not using JUnit, you can use Hamcrest directly for assertions.. details
  • There is a small open source library called CODETERM1 with JSON-aware matches.. details
  • It is well documented, tested, and supported.. details
  • It is well documented, tested, and supported.. details
  • It also works for a raw String that I run via JUnit.. details
  • External dependencies (e.g., JUnit, Mockito, Easy Mock, JayWay, etc.). details
  • Here is a working example with a passing JUnit test that demonstrates how to do it: Entity.java CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • A junit test looks like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
  • I already have import static org.hamcrest.Matchers.hasItem;import static org.junit.Assert.assertThat;.. details
  • If your code uses a Set that is converted to JSON for example.The following JSON compare would fail:JSONAssert.assertJsonEquals( "{foo: 'bar', list: [{test: '1'}, {rest: '2'}] }", "{ foo: 'bar', list: [{rest: '2'}, {test: '1'}] }");With the message:junit.framework.AssertionFailedError: : : objects differed at key [list];: arrays first differed at element [0];: objects differed at key [test];.. details
  • It takes time because it depends upon network accessibility, processor speed, memory capability etc.. details
  • So basically I would like to build up my unit test for this something like: Mock the CODETERM2 (somehow) to correctly generate JSON results based on the requests.Correct me if I'm wrong but I could marshal back the JSON result if I build up the mocked object hierarchy.My problem here is that I need to create the hierarchy for every single request, but I guess I cannot do anything fancier here.I should assert that the CODETERM3 method invoked with the expected device ID.. details
  • The problem is, that one of the java classes in the json structure doesnt have default constructor.. details
  • But I get the following exception, because the dots are interpreted like paths: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
  • I've been battling this today and your question inspired me to make it bloody work :D The annotations are here: URL_https://github.com/FasterXML/jackson- annotations/wiki/Jackson-Annotations [ URL_https://github.com/FasterXML/jackson - annotations/wiki/Jackson-Annotations] See JUnit test here: URL_https://gist.github.com/TomDemeranville/7009250 [ URL_https://gist.github.com/TomDemeranville/7009250 ] .. details
  • I've been battling this today and your question inspired me to make it bloody work :D The annotations are here: URL_https://github.com/FasterXML/jackson- annotations/wiki/Jackson-Annotations [ URL_https://github.com/FasterXML/jackson - annotations/wiki/Jackson-Annotations] See JUnit test here: URL_https://gist.github.com/TomDemeranville/7009250 [ URL_https://gist.github.com/TomDemeranville/7009250 ] .. details
  • It should be a valid method call If you want to compare a list of items then this may help: URL_http://junit.sourceforge.net/javadoc/org/junit/matchers/JUnitMatchers.html [ URL_http://junit.sourceforge.net/javadoc/org/junit/matchers/JUnitMatchers.html ] .. details
  • I have tried the following but I get the error under the assertThat that I need to create a new method that contains assertThat, but I am just simply writing a junit test?. details
  • The solution that I used in the end was to change to sourceforge.net json parser, a couple of code tweaks and my JUnit tests still worked and Tomcat did not complain.. details
  • But before it can run anything at all I get the below error - CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Notice that the only difference is in "id:1" and "id:2" but junit shows me different ordering in JSON as part of the error as well.. details
  • It might be refused by the company.... details
Summaries the opinions about junit using topic modeling.
  • 0. call case argument write generally captor simply template email describe: 12
    • Thank you for the sample code.. details
    • Tom, thank you for the information.. details
    • Thanks.. details
    • I hope I can get something better, I don't like these argument captors and generally too much code is needed to simply describe this case and there will be many types of the requests.. details
    • My test code looks like : CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Are there any cleaner approach instead of this testcase.. details
    • I have a json field which is called template.welcome.email and I am writing a unit test that checks if that field is present in the reply from the server but I can't find an escape for the dots in the name of the field.The code of my test is : CODESNIPPET .. details
    • There is a small open source library called equals with JSON-aware matches.. details
    • Finally, if you are not using JUnit, you can use Hamcrest directly for assertions.. details
    • It is well documented, tested, and supported.. details
    • It also works for a raw String that I run via JUnit.. details
    • A junit test looks like this: CODESNIPPET .. details
  • 1. write transaction person account attribute entity pass demonstrate helper case: 3
    • My helper methods for the test case looks like: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Now, I have three Java classes (with suitable attributes like in the JSON file and get- and set methods) Person Account Transaction I have written a Junit Test and will use the JSON file.. details
    • Here is a working example with a passing JUnit test that demonstrates how to do it: Entity.java CODESNIPPET .. details
  • 2. external mockito jayway talk raw helper case pass testcase demonstrate: 1
    • External dependencies (e.g., JUnit, Mockito, Easy Mock, JayWay, etc.). details
  • 3. helper pass requestcreator clientresponse argument requestdescriptor assertthat solution include thing: 4
    • that's good, sound like you're including the libraries correctly then...maybe it's the arguments that are being passed to assertThat causing the problem then.. details
    • Enough of talking, let's see the code itself: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • The RequestDescriptor, RequestCreator, ClientRequest, ClientResponse helper class for the test looks like: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I was thinking of maybe this method should be broken apart to two methods, but I can't see any clean and good solution because this method will be used as an access point from other components in the system, therefore one method should accomplish one thing.. details
  • 0. jackson wiki assert build result assertthat compare hierarchy battle order: 9
    • I already have import static org.hamcrest.Matchers.hasItem;import static org.junit.Assert.assertThat;.. details
    • It takes time because it depends upon network accessibility, processor speed, memory capability etc.. details
    • So basically I would like to build up my unit test for this something like: Mock the Retrofit (somehow) to correctly generate JSON results based on the requests.Correct me if I'm wrong but I could marshal back the JSON result if I build up the mocked object hierarchy.My problem here is that I need to create the hierarchy for every single request, but I guess I cannot do anything fancier here.I should assert that the changeDeviceName method invoked with the expected device ID.. details
    • The problem is, that one of the java classes in the json structure doesnt have default constructor.. details
    • I've been battling this today and your question inspired me to make it bloody work :D The annotations are here: annotations/wiki/Jackson-Annotations [ - annotations/wiki/Jackson-Annotations] See JUnit test here: .. details
    • It should be a valid method call If you want to compare a list of items then this may help: .. details
    • But before it can run anything at all I get the below error - CODESNIPPET .. details
    • Notice that the only difference is in "id:1" and "id:2" but junit shows me different ordering in JSON as part of the error as well.. details
    • It might be refused by the company.... details
  • 1. differ follow assertthat bar rest key foo create hierarchy compare: 4
    • If your code uses a Set that is converted to JSON for example.The following JSON compare would fail:JSONAssert.assertJsonEquals( "{foo: 'bar', list: [{test: '1'}, {rest: '2'}] }", "{ foo: 'bar', list: [{rest: '2'}, {test: '1'}] }");With the message:junit.framework.AssertionFailedError: : : objects differed at key [list];: arrays first differed at element [0];: objects differed at key [test];.. details
    • But I get the following exception, because the dots are interpreted like paths: CODESNIPPET .. details
    • I have tried the following but I get the error under the assertThat that I need to create a new method that contains assertThat, but I am just simply writing a junit test?. details
    • The solution that I used in the end was to change to sourceforge.net json parser, a couple of code tweaks and my JUnit tests still worked and Tomcat did not complain.. details
Summaries of the opinions about junit using three algorithms (Textrank, Lexrank and Luhn) adopted from extractive summarization. Each algorithm was used once for the positive opinions and once for the negative opinions.
  • I have a json field which is called template welcome email and I am writing a unit test that checks if that field is present in the reply from the server but I can't find an escape for the dots in the name of the field The code of my test is : CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • that's good, sound like you're including the libraries correctly then maybe it's the arguments that are being passed to assertThat causing the problem then .
  • My test code looks like : CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
  • External dependencies (e g , JUnit, Mockito, Easy Mock, JayWay, etc ).
  • It is well documented, tested, and supported .
  • Thanks .
  • Now, I have three Java classes (with suitable attributes like in the JSON file and get and set methods) Person Account Transaction I have written a Junit Test and will use the JSON file .
  • Thank you for the sample code .
  • Here is a working example with a passing JUnit test that demonstrates how to do it: Entity java CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • A junit test looks like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA3 .
  • I have a json field which is called template welcome email and I am writing a unit test that checks if that field is present in the reply from the server but I can't find an escape for the dots in the name of the field The code of my test is : CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • that's good, sound like you're including the libraries correctly then maybe it's the arguments that are being passed to assertThat causing the problem then .
  • I was thinking of maybe this method should be broken apart to two methods, but I can't see any clean and good solution because this method will be used as an access point from other components in the system, therefore one method should accomplish one thing .
  • My helper methods for the test case looks like: CODESNIPPET JAVA3 .
  • The RequestDescriptor, RequestCreator, ClientRequest, ClientResponse helper class for the test looks like: CODESNIPPET JAVA4 .
  • I hope I can get something better, I don't like these argument captors and generally too much code is needed to simply describe this case and there will be many types of the requests .
  • Now, I have three Java classes (with suitable attributes like in the JSON file and get and set methods) Person Account Transaction I have written a Junit Test and will use the JSON file .
  • Thank you for the sample code .
  • Here is a working example with a passing JUnit test that demonstrates how to do it: Entity java CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • A junit test looks like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA3 .
  • I have a json field which is called template welcome email and I am writing a unit test that checks if that field is present in the reply from the server but I can't find an escape for the dots in the name of the field The code of my test is : CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • that's good, sound like you're including the libraries correctly then maybe it's the arguments that are being passed to assertThat causing the problem then .
  • I was thinking of maybe this method should be broken apart to two methods, but I can't see any clean and good solution because this method will be used as an access point from other components in the system, therefore one method should accomplish one thing .
  • My test code looks like : CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
  • My helper methods for the test case looks like: CODESNIPPET JAVA3 .
  • The RequestDescriptor, RequestCreator, ClientRequest, ClientResponse helper class for the test looks like: CODESNIPPET JAVA4 .
  • I hope I can get something better, I don't like these argument captors and generally too much code is needed to simply describe this case and there will be many types of the requests .
  • Now, I have three Java classes (with suitable attributes like in the JSON file and get and set methods) Person Account Transaction I have written a Junit Test and will use the JSON file .
  • Here is a working example with a passing JUnit test that demonstrates how to do it: Entity java CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • A junit test looks like this: CODESNIPPET JAVA3 .
  • It might be refused by the company .
  • But I get the following exception, because the dots are interpreted like paths: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
  • The solution that I used in the end was to change to sourceforge net json parser, a couple of code tweaks and my JUnit tests still worked and Tomcat did not complain .
  • But before it can run anything at all I get the below error CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • It should be a valid method call If you want to compare a list of items then this may help: .
  • I have tried the following but I get the error under the assertThat that I need to create a new method that contains assertThat, but I am just simply writing a junit test?.
  • Notice that the only difference is in "id:1" and "id:2" but junit shows me different ordering in JSON as part of the error as well .
  • I've been battling this today and your question inspired me to make it bloody work :D The annotations are here: annotations wiki Jackson Annotations annotations wiki Jackson Annotations See JUnit test here: .
  • The problem is, that one of the java classes in the json structure doesnt have default constructor .
  • It takes time because it depends upon network accessibility, processor speed, memory capability etc .
  • But I get the following exception, because the dots are interpreted like paths: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
  • The solution that I used in the end was to change to sourceforge net json parser, a couple of code tweaks and my JUnit tests still worked and Tomcat did not complain .
  • But before it can run anything at all I get the below error CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • It should be a valid method call If you want to compare a list of items then this may help: .
  • I have tried the following but I get the error under the assertThat that I need to create a new method that contains assertThat, but I am just simply writing a junit test?.
  • So basically I would like to build up my unit test for this something like: Mock the Retrofit (somehow) to correctly generate JSON results based on the requests Correct me if I'm wrong but I could marshal back the JSON result if I build up the mocked object hierarchy My problem here is that I need to create the hierarchy for every single request, but I guess I cannot do anything fancier here I should assert that the changeDeviceName method invoked with the expected device ID .
  • Notice that the only difference is in "id:1" and "id:2" but junit shows me different ordering in JSON as part of the error as well .
  • If your code uses a Set that is converted to JSON for example The following JSON compare would fail:JSONAssert assertJsonEquals( "{foo: 'bar', list: {test: '1'}, {rest: '2'} }", "{ foo: 'bar', list: {rest: '2'}, {test: '1'} }");With the message:junit framework AssertionFailedError: : : objects differed at key list];: arrays first differed at element 0];: objects differed at key test]; .
  • I've been battling this today and your question inspired me to make it bloody work :D The annotations are here: annotations wiki Jackson Annotations annotations wiki Jackson Annotations See JUnit test here: .
  • The problem is, that one of the java classes in the json structure doesnt have default constructor .
  • But I get the following exception, because the dots are interpreted like paths: CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
  • The solution that I used in the end was to change to sourceforge net json parser, a couple of code tweaks and my JUnit tests still worked and Tomcat did not complain .
  • But before it can run anything at all I get the below error CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
  • It should be a valid method call If you want to compare a list of items then this may help: .
  • I already have import static org hamcrest Matchers hasItem;import static org junit Assert assertThat; .
  • I have tried the following but I get the error under the assertThat that I need to create a new method that contains assertThat, but I am just simply writing a junit test?.
  • So basically I would like to build up my unit test for this something like: Mock the Retrofit (somehow) to correctly generate JSON results based on the requests Correct me if I'm wrong but I could marshal back the JSON result if I build up the mocked object hierarchy My problem here is that I need to create the hierarchy for every single request, but I guess I cannot do anything fancier here I should assert that the changeDeviceName method invoked with the expected device ID .
  • Notice that the only difference is in "id:1" and "id:2" but junit shows me different ordering in JSON as part of the error as well .
  • If your code uses a Set that is converted to JSON for example The following JSON compare would fail:JSONAssert assertJsonEquals( "{foo: 'bar', list: {test: '1'}, {rest: '2'} }", "{ foo: 'bar', list: {rest: '2'}, {test: '1'} }");With the message:junit framework AssertionFailedError: : : objects differed at key list];: arrays first differed at element 0];: objects differed at key test]; .
  • I've been battling this today and your question inspired me to make it bloody work :D The annotations are here: annotations wiki Jackson Annotations annotations wiki Jackson Annotations See JUnit test here: .
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    • My test code looks like : CODESNIPPET JAVA2 .
    • But before it can run anything at all I get the below error CODESNIPPET JAVA1 .
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Features:
  • Thank you for the sample code.
  • I already have import static org.hamcrest.Matchers.hasItem;import static org.junit.Assert.assertThat;.
Documentation:
  • N/A
  • I've been battling this today and your question inspired me to make it bloody work :D The annotations are here: URL_https://github.com/FasterXML/jackson- annotations/wiki/Jackson-Annotations [ URL_https://github.com/FasterXML/jackson - annotations/wiki/Jackson-Annotations] See JUnit test here: URL_https://gist.github.com/TomDemeranville/7009250 [ URL_https://gist.github.com/TomDemeranville/7009250 ] .
Legal:
  • There is a small open source library called CODETERM1 with JSON-aware matches.
  • N/A
Community:
  • It is well documented, tested, and supported.
  • N/A
Onlysentiment:
  • Tom, thank you for the information.
  • N/A
Performance:
  • N/A
  • It takes time because it depends upon network accessibility, processor speed, memory capability etc.
Bug:
  • I hope I can get something better, I don't like these argument captors and generally too much code is needed to simply describe this case and there will be many types of the requests.
  • The problem is, that one of the java classes in the json structure doesnt have default constructor.
Usability:
  • that's good, sound like you're including the libraries correctly then...maybe it's the arguments that are being passed to assertThat causing the problem then.
  • So basically I would like to build up my unit test for this something like: Mock the CODETERM2 (somehow) to correctly generate JSON results based on the requests.Correct me if I'm wrong but I could marshal back the JSON result if I build up the mocked object hierarchy.My problem here is that I need to create the hierarchy for every single request, but I guess I cannot do anything fancier here.I should assert that the CODETERM3 method invoked with the expected device ID.
  • Features: 7
    1. general: 7
      • Thank you for the sample code.. details
      • My test code looks like : CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • My helper methods for the test case looks like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
      • The CODETERM1 helper class for the test looks like: CODESNIPPET_JAVA4 .. details
      • Are there any cleaner approach instead of this testcase.. details
      • Enough of talking, let's see the code itself: CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
      • A junit test looks like this: CODESNIPPET_JAVA3 .. details
  • Legal: 1
    1. general: 1
      • There is a small open source library called CODETERM1 with JSON-aware matches.. details
  • Community: 1
    1. general: 1
      • It is well documented, tested, and supported.. details
  • Onlysentiment: 2
    1. general: 2
  • Bug: 1
    1. general: 1
      • I hope I can get something better, I don't like these argument captors and generally too much code is needed to simply describe this case and there will be many types of the requests.. details
  • Usability: 10
    1. json: 2
      • Now, I have three Java classes (with suitable attributes like in the JSON file and get- and set methods) Person Account Transaction I have written a Junit Test and will use the JSON file.. details
      • I have a json field which is called template.welcome.email and I am writing a unit test that checks if that field is present in the reply from the server but I can't find an escape for the dots in the name of the field.The code of my test is : CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
    2. hamcrest: 1
      • Finally, if you are not using JUnit, you can use Hamcrest directly for assertions.. details
    3. string: 1
      • It also works for a raw String that I run via JUnit.. details
    4. types: 1
      • I hope I can get something better, I don't like these argument captors and generally too much code is needed to simply describe this case and there will be many types of the requests.. details
    5. general: 5
      • that's good, sound like you're including the libraries correctly then...maybe it's the arguments that are being passed to assertThat causing the problem then.. details
      • I was thinking of maybe this method should be broken apart to two methods, but I can't see any clean and good solution because this method will be used as an access point from other components in the system, therefore one method should accomplish one thing.. details
      • It is well documented, tested, and supported.. details
      • External dependencies (e.g., JUnit, Mockito, Easy Mock, JayWay, etc.). details
      • Here is a working example with a passing JUnit test that demonstrates how to do it: Entity.java CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Performance: 1
    1. general: 1
      • It takes time because it depends upon network accessibility, processor speed, memory capability etc.. details
  • Documentation: 1
    1. general: 1
      • I've been battling this today and your question inspired me to make it bloody work :D The annotations are here: URL_https://github.com/FasterXML/jackson- annotations/wiki/Jackson-Annotations [ URL_https://github.com/FasterXML/jackson - annotations/wiki/Jackson-Annotations] See JUnit test here: URL_https://gist.github.com/TomDemeranville/7009250 [ URL_https://gist.github.com/TomDemeranville/7009250 ] .. details
  • Features: 4
    1. general: 4
      • I already have import static org.hamcrest.Matchers.hasItem;import static org.junit.Assert.assertThat;.. details
      • If your code uses a Set that is converted to JSON for example.The following JSON compare would fail:JSONAssert.assertJsonEquals( "{foo: 'bar', list: [{test: '1'}, {rest: '2'}] }", "{ foo: 'bar', list: [{rest: '2'}, {test: '1'}] }");With the message:junit.framework.AssertionFailedError: : : objects differed at key [list];: arrays first differed at element [0];: objects differed at key [test];.. details
      • It should be a valid method call If you want to compare a list of items then this may help: URL_http://junit.sourceforge.net/javadoc/org/junit/matchers/JUnitMatchers.html [ URL_http://junit.sourceforge.net/javadoc/org/junit/matchers/JUnitMatchers.html ] .. details
      • It might be refused by the company.... details
  • Bug: 4
    1. general: 4
      • The problem is, that one of the java classes in the json structure doesnt have default constructor.. details
      • But I get the following exception, because the dots are interpreted like paths: CODESNIPPET_JAVA2 .. details
      • I have tried the following but I get the error under the assertThat that I need to create a new method that contains assertThat, but I am just simply writing a junit test?. details
      • But before it can run anything at all I get the below error - CODESNIPPET_JAVA1 .. details
  • Usability: 4
    1. general: 4
      • So basically I would like to build up my unit test for this something like: Mock the CODETERM2 (somehow) to correctly generate JSON results based on the requests.Correct me if I'm wrong but I could marshal back the JSON result if I build up the mocked object hierarchy.My problem here is that I need to create the hierarchy for every single request, but I guess I cannot do anything fancier here.I should assert that the CODETERM3 method invoked with the expected device ID.. details
      • I've been battling this today and your question inspired me to make it bloody work :D The annotations are here: URL_https://github.com/FasterXML/jackson- annotations/wiki/Jackson-Annotations [ URL_https://github.com/FasterXML/jackson - annotations/wiki/Jackson-Annotations] See JUnit test here: URL_https://gist.github.com/TomDemeranville/7009250 [ URL_https://gist.github.com/TomDemeranville/7009250 ] .. details
      • The solution that I used in the end was to change to sourceforge.net json parser, a couple of code tweaks and my JUnit tests still worked and Tomcat did not complain.. details
      • Notice that the only difference is in "id:1" and "id:2" but junit shows me different ordering in JSON as part of the error as well.. details