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From Gerhard Petracek <>
Subject Re: Re: Boot External Containers in TestNg Tests
Date Tue, 05 Jul 2016 07:31:48 GMT
hi steve,

there aren't that many test-dependencies to add (see e.g. [1]).
+ you also have to use #startScope as well as #stopScope (for all
standard-scopes you need per test-method).

please have a look at [2].



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2016-07-04 16:06 GMT+02:00 <>:

> Hello Gerhard,
> thanks a lot for your very fast answer.
> I tried to setup the JSF container manually. I had a look into the source
> code of CdiTestRunner and "copied" the specific code lines into my test
> class. It looks like this:
> final List<ExternalContainer> configuredExternalContainers=
> ServiceUtils.loadServiceImplementations(ExternalContainer.class);
> for (final ExternalContainer externalContainer :
> configuredExternalContainers) {
>         final ExternalContainer externalContainerBean =
> BeanProvider.getContextualReference(externalContainer.getClass(), true);
>         externalContainerBean.boot();
> }
> Unfortunately I cannot get it to work properly. The main problem is that a
> lot of NoClassDefFound errors appear, because of missing
> MyFaces-dependencies. After adding the whole MyFaces implementation I
> stopped this approach. I do not want to have such a dependency overload in
> my testing phase. Especially not because I am not really sure which version
> I have to choose because the MyFaces dependecies are bundled in my
> application server at runtime.
> So I switched back to another approach. And there is another question
> regarding deltaspike testing.
> The only problem I have in my tests is the following line of code:
>         final HttpSession session = (HttpSession) fCtx.getExternalContext
> ().getSession(false);
> and this is located in a @PostConstruct method of a @WindowScoped bean.
> So the only thing I have to do is to create a simple mock object for the
> FacesContext. Unfortunately in the FacesContext the static methods are to
> mock. I want to use PowerMock for that because I already use Mockito. If I
> use PowerMock via extending the base test class of PowerMock, no DeltaSpike
> test container work. I assume the root cause for that issue is the switch
> of the classloader which is done by PowerMock.
> Do you have any experience or hint using PowerMock and DeltaSpike together
> for tests? Or do you have any other ider how to mock static methods of the
> FacesContext with DeltaSpike test containers?
> Thanks a lot in advance!
> Kind regards,
> Steve
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