org.easymock
Interface IMocksControl

All Known Implementing Classes:
MocksControl

public interface IMocksControl

Controls all the mock objects created by it. For details, see the EasyMock documentation.

Author:
OFFIS, Tammo Freese

Method Summary
 void checkIsUsedInOneThread(boolean shouldBeUsedInOneThread)
          Check that the mock is called from only one thread
 void checkOrder(boolean state)
          Switches order checking on and off.
<T> T
createMock(Class<T> toMock)
          Creates a mock object that implements the given interface.
<T> T
createMock(Class<T> toMock, ConstructorArgs constructorArgs, Method... mockedMethods)
          Deprecated. Use EasyMock.createMockBuilder(Class) instead
<T> T
createMock(Class<T> toMock, Method... mockedMethods)
          Deprecated. Use EasyMock.createMockBuilder(Class) instead
<T> T
createMock(String name, Class<T> toMock)
          Creates a mock object that implements the given interface.
<T> T
createMock(String name, Class<T> toMock, ConstructorArgs constructorArgs, Method... mockedMethods)
          Deprecated. Use EasyMock.createMockBuilder(Class) instead
<T> T
createMock(String name, Class<T> toMock, Method... mockedMethods)
          Deprecated. Use EasyMock.createMockBuilder(Class) instead
 void makeThreadSafe(boolean threadSafe)
          Makes the mock thread safe.
 void replay()
          Switches the control from record mode to replay mode.
 void reset()
          Removes all expectations for the mock objects of this control.
 void resetToDefault()
          Removes all expectations for the mock objects of this control and turn them to default mocks.
 void resetToNice()
          Removes all expectations for the mock objects of this control and turn them to nice mocks.
 void resetToStrict()
          Removes all expectations for the mock objects of this control and turn them to strict mocks.
 void verify()
          Verifies that all expectations were met.
 

Method Detail

createMock

<T> T createMock(Class<T> toMock)
Creates a mock object that implements the given interface.

Type Parameters:
T - the interface or class that the mock object should implement/extend.
Parameters:
toMock - the interface or class that the mock object should implement/extend.
Returns:
the mock object.

createMock

<T> T createMock(String name,
                 Class<T> toMock)
Creates a mock object that implements the given interface.

Type Parameters:
T - the interface or class that the mock object should implement/extend.
Parameters:
name - the name of the mock object.
toMock - the interface or class that the mock object should implement/extend.
Returns:
the mock object.
Throws:
IllegalArgumentException - if the name is not a valid Java identifier.

createMock

@Deprecated
<T> T createMock(Class<T> toMock,
                            Method... mockedMethods)
Deprecated. Use EasyMock.createMockBuilder(Class) instead

Creates a mock object that implements the given class.

Type Parameters:
T - the class that the mock object should extend.
Parameters:
toMock - the class that the mock object should extend.
mockedMethods - methods that will be mocked, other methods will behave normally
Returns:
the mock object.

createMock

@Deprecated
<T> T createMock(Class<T> toMock,
                            ConstructorArgs constructorArgs,
                            Method... mockedMethods)
Deprecated. Use EasyMock.createMockBuilder(Class) instead

Creates a mock object that implements the given class.

Type Parameters:
T - the class that the mock object should extend.
Parameters:
toMock - the class that the mock object should extend.
constructorArgs - constructor and parameters used to instantiate the mock.
mockedMethods - methods that will be mocked, other methods will behave normally
Returns:
the mock object.

createMock

@Deprecated
<T> T createMock(String name,
                            Class<T> toMock,
                            Method... mockedMethods)
Deprecated. Use EasyMock.createMockBuilder(Class) instead

Creates a mock object that implements the given class.

Type Parameters:
T - the class that the mock object should extend.
Parameters:
name - the name of the mock object.
toMock - the class that the mock object should extend.
mockedMethods - methods that will be mocked, other methods will behave normally
Returns:
the mock object.

createMock

@Deprecated
<T> T createMock(String name,
                            Class<T> toMock,
                            ConstructorArgs constructorArgs,
                            Method... mockedMethods)
Deprecated. Use EasyMock.createMockBuilder(Class) instead

Creates a mock object that implements the given class.

Type Parameters:
T - the class that the mock object should extend.
Parameters:
name - the name of the mock object.
toMock - the class that the mock object should extend.
constructorArgs - constructor and parameters used to instantiate the mock.
mockedMethods - methods that will be mocked, other methods will behave normally
Returns:
the mock object.

reset

void reset()
Removes all expectations for the mock objects of this control.


resetToNice

void resetToNice()
Removes all expectations for the mock objects of this control and turn them to nice mocks.


resetToDefault

void resetToDefault()
Removes all expectations for the mock objects of this control and turn them to default mocks.


resetToStrict

void resetToStrict()
Removes all expectations for the mock objects of this control and turn them to strict mocks.


replay

void replay()
Switches the control from record mode to replay mode.


verify

void verify()
Verifies that all expectations were met.


checkOrder

void checkOrder(boolean state)
Switches order checking on and off.

Parameters:
state - true switches order checking on, false switches it off.

makeThreadSafe

void makeThreadSafe(boolean threadSafe)
Makes the mock thread safe.

Parameters:
threadSafe - If the mock should be thread safe or not

checkIsUsedInOneThread

void checkIsUsedInOneThread(boolean shouldBeUsedInOneThread)
Check that the mock is called from only one thread

Parameters:
shouldBeUsedInOneThread - If it should be used in one thread only or not


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