Mocking an object instanciation

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  1. Vincent
    Vincent avatar
    6 posts
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    Jan 2011

    Posted 12 Jan 2011 Link to this post


    I want to create a unit test for the CheckUser method presented below...  In that method we create a new instance of a class named LoginService.  Inside my unit test, I know how to arrange my LoginService instance so that the mocking framework will replace the original call to ValidateUser with a simple "Return 1".  That is not my problem....  My problem is that the parameterless constructor of the LoginService class used in CheckUser does a couple things I'd prefer not to do in my unit test like (as an example) connect to an Active Directory.  Of course, if my unit test tries systematically to create a REAL LoginService then it will always fail as I have no active directory ready for my tests...  Is there a way with JustMock to tell the mocking infrastructure that whenever my code tries to instanciate a class of type LoginService then I want a MOCK (or proxy) of LoginService to be created instead?  On this mock I would of course have set arrange statements to have it behave like I want, let's say, Return 1 when ValidateUser is invoked on the Mock (or proxy)...

    public class LegacyCode
    public int CheckUser(string userName, string password)
    LoginService _service = new LoginService();
            [some code ommited here]
            return _service.ValidateUser(userName, password);

    I know some other mocking products out there support such a feature and I want to know if JustMock supports it also?

    Thanks for your time.

  2. Ricky
    Ricky avatar
    467 posts

    Posted 13 Jan 2011 Link to this post

    Hi Vincent,

    Thanks again for finding time in making the post. A similar answer has been posted to the following thread:

    Please check it out.

    Kind Regards,
    the Telerik team
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