By Magdalena Rumakowicz

2018-06-13 14:15:01 8 Comments

How should I correctly return element in my test method. I have problem in my test.


In this line i don't know how to wrote correctly return statement.What should be in bracket after thenReturn. My method cretate team look like this:

    public Team createTeam(TeamDto teamDto) {
        Assert.notNull(teamDto, "Object can't be null!");
        try {
            return, Team.class));
        } catch (Exception e) {
            throw new CreateEntityException(e);

And in this method i return Team object but when i add Team i have expression expected.


@marco 2018-06-13 14:21:08

depending on what you want to do, you could either do:

when(teamService.createTeam(teamDto)).thenReturn(new Team());


Team team = mock(Team.class);

PS: I am assuming that your class under test is NOT the one containing the method you have posted. I am assuming that you are mocking that service, so somewhere, before, you should have written something like:

TeamService teamService = mock(TeamService.class);

@Magdalena Rumakowicz 2018-06-13 14:23:09

Thank's taht what i Want!!

@Adil B 2018-06-13 14:19:42

Since you're using a mocking framework to mock your TeamService class, you should create a mock Team object with dummy values and return it in the thenReturn() clause.

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