org.easymock
Interface IExpectationSetters<T>

Type Parameters:
T - type of what should be returned by this expected call
All Known Implementing Classes:
MocksControl

public interface IExpectationSetters<T>

Allows setting expectations for an associated expected invocation. Implementations of this interface are returned by EasyMock.expect(Object), and by EasyMock.expectLastCall().

Author:
OFFIS, Tammo Freese

Method Summary
 IExpectationSetters<T> andAnswer(IAnswer<? extends T> answer)
          Sets an object that will be used to calculate the answer for the expected invocation (either return a value, or throw an exception).
 IExpectationSetters<T> andDelegateTo(Object delegateTo)
          Sets an object implementing the same interface as the mock.
 IExpectationSetters<T> andReturn(T value)
          Sets a return value that will be returned for the expected invocation.
 void andStubAnswer(IAnswer<? extends T> answer)
          Sets a stub object that will be used to calculate the answer for the expected invocation (either return a value, or throw an exception).
 void andStubDelegateTo(Object delegateTo)
          Sets a stub object implementing the same interface as the mock.
 void andStubReturn(T value)
          Sets a stub return value that will be returned for the expected invocation.
 void andStubThrow(Throwable throwable)
          Sets a stub throwable that will be thrown for the expected invocation.
 IExpectationSetters<T> andThrow(Throwable throwable)
          Sets a throwable that will be thrown for the expected invocation.
 IExpectationSetters<T> anyTimes()
          Expect the last invocation any times.
 void asStub()
          Sets stub behavior for the expected invocation (this is needed for void methods).
 IExpectationSetters<T> atLeastOnce()
          Expect the last invocation at least once.
 IExpectationSetters<T> once()
          Expect the last invocation once.
 IExpectationSetters<T> times(int count)
          Expect the last invocation count times.
 IExpectationSetters<T> times(int min, int max)
          Expect the last invocation between min and max times.
 

Method Detail

andReturn

IExpectationSetters<T> andReturn(T value)
Sets a return value that will be returned for the expected invocation.

Parameters:
value - the value to return.
Returns:
this object to allow method call chaining.

andThrow

IExpectationSetters<T> andThrow(Throwable throwable)
Sets a throwable that will be thrown for the expected invocation.

Parameters:
throwable - the throwable to throw.
Returns:
this object to allow method call chaining.

andAnswer

IExpectationSetters<T> andAnswer(IAnswer<? extends T> answer)
Sets an object that will be used to calculate the answer for the expected invocation (either return a value, or throw an exception).

Parameters:
answer - the object used to answer the invocation.
Returns:
this object to allow method call chaining.

andDelegateTo

IExpectationSetters<T> andDelegateTo(Object delegateTo)
Sets an object implementing the same interface as the mock. The expected method call will be delegated to it with the actual arguments. The answer returned by this call will then be the answer returned by the mock (either return a value, or throw an exception).

Parameters:
delegateTo - the object the call is delegated to.
Returns:
the value returned by the delegated call.

andStubReturn

void andStubReturn(T value)
Sets a stub return value that will be returned for the expected invocation.

Parameters:
value - the value to return.

andStubThrow

void andStubThrow(Throwable throwable)
Sets a stub throwable that will be thrown for the expected invocation.

Parameters:
throwable - the throwable to throw.

andStubAnswer

void andStubAnswer(IAnswer<? extends T> answer)
Sets a stub object that will be used to calculate the answer for the expected invocation (either return a value, or throw an exception).

Parameters:
answer - the object used to answer the invocation.

andStubDelegateTo

void andStubDelegateTo(Object delegateTo)
Sets a stub object implementing the same interface as the mock. The expected method call will be delegated to it with the actual arguments. The answer returned by this call will then be the answer returned by the mock (either return a value, or throw an exception).

Parameters:
delegateTo - the object the call is delegated to.

asStub

void asStub()
Sets stub behavior for the expected invocation (this is needed for void methods).


times

IExpectationSetters<T> times(int count)
Expect the last invocation count times.

Parameters:
count - the number of invocations expected.
Returns:
this object to allow method call chaining.

times

IExpectationSetters<T> times(int min,
                             int max)
Expect the last invocation between min and max times.

Parameters:
min - the minimum number of invocations expected.
max - the maximum number of invocations expected.
Returns:
this object to allow method call chaining.

once

IExpectationSetters<T> once()
Expect the last invocation once. This is default in EasyMock.

Returns:
this object to allow method call chaining.

atLeastOnce

IExpectationSetters<T> atLeastOnce()
Expect the last invocation at least once.

Returns:
this object to allow method call chaining.

anyTimes

IExpectationSetters<T> anyTimes()
Expect the last invocation any times.

Returns:
this object to allow method call chaining.


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