Can Mockito mock enums?
This answer says Mockito can’t mock enums but the answer has also been provided more than a year ago. Do I can mock an enum meanwhile or have I to let the branch stay untested? Other Mocking frameworks can’t be used.
Can we mock an enum?
Actually to create a fake enum value, you don’t even need any mocking framework. You can just use Objenesis to create a new instance of the enum class (yes, this works) and then use plain old Java reflection to set the private fields name and ordinal and you already have your new enum instance.
Can you extend enum Java?
No, we cannot extend an enum in Java. Java enums can extend java. lang. Enum class implicitly, so enum types cannot extend another class.
How do you mock a final class with PowerMock?
- Use the @RunWith(PowerMockRunner. class) annotation at the class-level of the test case.
- Use the @PrepareForTest(ClassThatContainsStaticMethod. class) annotation at the class-level of the test case.
- Use PowerMock. mockStatic(ClassThatContainsStaticMethod. class) to mock all methods of this class.
What is an enum Java?
A Java Enum is a special Java type used to define collections of constants. More precisely, a Java enum type is a special kind of Java class. An enum can contain constants, methods etc. Java enums were added in Java 5.
Can we override enum?
By default, the enum value is its method name. You can however override it, for example if you want to store enums as integers in a database, instead of using their method name. An enum value doesn’t have to be a string, as you can see in the example.
Can we mock final methods using Mockito?
Configure Mockito for Final Methods and Classes Before Mockito can be used for mocking final classes and methods, it needs to be configured. Mockito checks the extensions directory for configuration files when it is loaded. This file enables the mocking of final methods and classes.