org.mockito.internal.stubbing
Class VoidMethodStubbableImpl<T>

java.lang.Object
  extended by org.mockito.internal.stubbing.VoidMethodStubbableImpl<T>
All Implemented Interfaces:
VoidMethodStubbable<T>

public class VoidMethodStubbableImpl<T>
extends java.lang.Object
implements VoidMethodStubbable<T>


Constructor Summary
VoidMethodStubbableImpl(T mock, MockitoStubber mockitoStubber)
           
 
Method Summary
 T on()
          Choose void method for stubbing.
 VoidMethodStubbable<T> toAnswer(Answer<?> answer)
          Stubs a void method with generic Answer
 VoidMethodStubbable<T> toReturn()
          Stubs void method to 'just return' (e.g.
 VoidMethodStubbable<T> toThrow(java.lang.Throwable throwable)
          Stubs void method with an exception.
 
Methods inherited from class java.lang.Object
clone, equals, finalize, getClass, hashCode, notify, notifyAll, toString, wait, wait, wait
 

Constructor Detail

VoidMethodStubbableImpl

public VoidMethodStubbableImpl(T mock,
                               MockitoStubber mockitoStubber)
Method Detail

toThrow

public VoidMethodStubbable<T> toThrow(java.lang.Throwable throwable)
Description copied from interface: VoidMethodStubbable
Stubs void method with an exception. E.g:
 stubVoid(mock).toThrow(new RuntimeException()).on().someMethod();
 
If throwable is a checked exception then it has to match one of the checked exceptions of method signature. See examples in javadoc for Mockito.stubVoid(T)

Specified by:
toThrow in interface VoidMethodStubbable<T>
Parameters:
throwable - to be thrown on method invocation
Returns:
VoidMethodStubbable - typically to choose void method and finish stubbing

toReturn

public VoidMethodStubbable<T> toReturn()
Description copied from interface: VoidMethodStubbable
Stubs void method to 'just return' (e.g. to not to throw any exception)

Only use this method if you're stubbing consecutive calls.

For example:

 stubVoid(mock)
   .toReturn()
   .toThrow(new RuntimeException())
   .on().foo(10);
 

See examples in javadoc for Mockito.stubVoid(T)

Specified by:
toReturn in interface VoidMethodStubbable<T>
Returns:
VoidMethodStubbable - typically to choose void method and finish stubbing

toAnswer

public VoidMethodStubbable<T> toAnswer(Answer<?> answer)
Description copied from interface: VoidMethodStubbable
Stubs a void method with generic Answer

For Example:

 stubVoid(mock)
   .toAnswer(new Answer() {
                 public Object answer(InvocationOnMOck invocation) {
                     Visitor v = (Visitor) invocation.getArguments()[0];
                     v.visitMock(invocation.getMock());

                     return null;
                 }
             })
    .on().accept(any());
 

Specified by:
toAnswer in interface VoidMethodStubbable<T>
Parameters:
answer - the custom answer to execute.
Returns:
VoidMethodStubbable - typically to choose void method and finish stubbing

on

public T on()
Description copied from interface: VoidMethodStubbable
Choose void method for stubbing. E.g:
 stubVoid(mock).toThrow(new RuntimeException()).on().someMethod("some arg");
 
See examples in javadoc for Mockito.stubVoid(T)

Specified by:
on in interface VoidMethodStubbable<T>
Returns:
mock object itself