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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 5637] - NPE in JUnit XMLJunitResultFormatter if setUp() in TestSetup throws AssertionFailedError
Date Tue, 01 Jan 2002 01:07:16 GMT
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NPE in JUnit XMLJunitResultFormatter if setUp() in TestSetup throws AssertionFailedError





------- Additional Comments From jakarta@ehatchersolutions.com  2001-12-31 17:07 -------
I've looked into this issue (downloading your attachment and have duplicated 
it).  JUnit's TestResult class (which is what TestCase's use to run with) calls 
startTest right away, but the TestSetup class used in your example does not 
(TestSetup's run method calls setUp prior to calling startTest on the 
listener).  I'm not sure if this is a JUnit flaw or not, but its certainly an 
interesting and perhaps tricky issue.
I've made a small patch:

    public void endTest(Test test) {
        Element currentTest = (Element) testElements.get(test);
        if (currentTest == null) {                          // <-- NEW
            startTest(test);                                // <-- NEW
            currentTest = (Element) testElements.get(test); // <-- NEW
        }                                                   // <-- NEW
        Long l = (Long) testStarts.get(test);
        currentTest.setAttribute(ATTR_TIME,
                                 ""+((System.currentTimeMillis()-l.longValue())
                                           / 1000.0));
    }

Which caused the test to run (and fail) as expected with this in the XML 
results:

  <testcase name="unknown" time="0.0">
    <failure message="Throw error in Global Setup" type="junit.framework.Asserti
onFailedError">junit.framework.AssertionFailedError: Throw error in Global Setup

        at AllTests$1.setUp(AllTests.java:19)
        at junit.extensions.TestSetup$1.protect(TestSetup.java:18)
        at junit.extensions.TestSetup.run(TestSetup.java:23)
</failure>
  </testcase>

Although notice that the testcase name is "unknown".  Why is that?

Anyway, if this patch seems harmless enough then I will apply it, but I want to 
get some other committer (Stephane?) feedback before doing so.

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