Declined
Last Updated: 14 Oct 2015 08:26 by Stefan
Created by: Kaloyan
Comments: 1
Type: Feature Request
1
I have a unit test where I assert that a certain action will call a method on a mock dependency object by using Mock.Assert().  I want to ensure that the action I take calls the method on the mock object exactly once.  The problem is that the setup of the unit test creates a scenario where the method of the mock object will also be called, so when I assert that the call to the mock object happened just once it fails because it has actually been called more than once.

Is there a way to "reset" the call tracking of methods on mock objects?  I basically want to tell JustMock that at a certain point, whatever calls have happened to my mock objects should be discarded and the call counter should basically start at 0 again.
Completed
Last Updated: 17 May 2013 12:23 by David
I'm getting this argument exception:
System.ArgumentException : The type or method has 3 generic parameter(s), but 2 generic argument(s) were provided. A generic argument must be provided for each generic parameter.
   at System.RuntimeType.SanityCheckGenericArguments(RuntimeType[] genericArguments, RuntimeType[] genericParamters)
   at System.Reflection.RuntimeMethodInfo.MakeGenericMethod(Type[] methodInstantiation)
   at .š.(Type ‹, MethodBase „†, BindingFlags )
   at .š.(Type ‚, MethodBase „†)
   at ”.“.Create(Object š, MethodInfo ›, Boolean ’)
   at ..(˜ )
   at ..(Expression`1 )
   at Telerik.JustMock.Mock..Ž( )
   at ..—[,—]( , Func`2 )
   at Telerik.JustMock.Mock.Arrange[TResult](Expression`1 expression)

Heres an example of a failing test:

        [Test]
        public void GenericTestCanMockTwoGenericMethods()
        {
            var mocked = Mock.Create<GenericTest>();
            IEnumerable<EVENT_CODE> n = null;
            Mock.Arrange(() => mocked.Query<EVENT_CODE, ALARM_CODE>(Arg.AnyString, Arg.IsAny<object>())).Returns(n).MustBeCalled();
        }

        public interface GenericTest
        {
            IEnumerable<T1> Query<T1, T2>(string arg1, params object[] args);

            IEnumerable<T1> Query<T1, T2, T3>(string arg1, params object[] args);
        }
Completed
Last Updated: 17 May 2013 12:23 by Kaloyan
Created by: Kaloyan
Comments: 0
Type: Feature Request
0
I'd like to intercept a call to a generic method similar to:

public  class MyClass
{
    public void MyMethod<T>()
    {
        //
    }
}

Now I want to arrange a MyClass instance so I can assert that the method has been call only once for an specific type and never for any other type. I'm tryig to do something similar to:

var service = Mock.Create<MyClass>();
Mock.Arrange(() => service.MyMethod<T>()).OccursNever();

So I can assert the generic method is never called.
Declined
Last Updated: 26 May 2014 14:35 by Stefan
Created by: Kaloyan
Comments: 1
Type: Feature Request
1
Using InOrder() in the arrange sometimes may be not appropriate. I would like to be able to do this in the assert. Instead of having the following workflow:
//Arrange (initial conditions)
// setup expected results (ordering)
// Act
// Assert

, I will have this:
//Arrange
//Act
// Assert (expected results in order)
Completed
Last Updated: 07 Oct 2013 11:12 by Chris Eargle
Created by: Chris Eargle
Comments: 0
Type: Feature Request
1
"After struggling with TypeMock for an hour, I gave #JustMock a try and it works great! Thanks."

https://twitter.com/JohnFecko/status/316211813761040384 
Completed
Last Updated: 30 Jun 2015 11:38 by Joe
Created by: Kaloyan
Comments: 1
Type: Feature Request
8
JustMock should be able to mock in WP8 assemblies.
Completed
Last Updated: 24 Nov 2015 08:37 by Simo
I have installed the trial version of JustMock to evaluate it. I have been trying to mock the static calls of Azure RoleEnvironment class, but the SetupStatic does not work. It seems to be calling the original method. Please see my simple test below:

[Test]
public void VerifyRoleEnvironment()
{
       bool expected = true;
       Mock.SetupStatic(typeof(RoleEnvironment), StaticConstructor.Mocked);
       Mock.Arrange(() => RoleEnvironment.IsAvailable).Returns(true);
       Assert.AreEqual(expected, RoleEnvironment.IsAvailable);
}
Completed
Last Updated: 14 May 2013 12:12 by ADMIN
Please allow automocking support for classes with multiple constructors. This is important for projects not using DI containers but using dependency injection. A classic example is ASP.NET MVC and ASP.NET Web API where standard routing requires a constructor with no parameters. When using DI via constructors but without containers, the overloaded ctor specifies services/repositories and the default ctor passes the default services/repositories.
Completed
Last Updated: 23 May 2013 13:14 by Kaloyan
ADMIN
Created by: Mihail
Comments: 1
Type: Feature Request
3
JustMock should be able to mock private methods in Silverlight.
Declined
Last Updated: 17 May 2013 12:29 by Mohd
ADMIN
Created by: Mihail
Comments: 1
Type: Bug Report
1
Since JustMock Q1 2013 Mock.DoNotUseProfiler() is marked as an obsolete method and I cannot compile my test project. Revert it back.
Completed
Last Updated: 17 May 2013 12:29 by Stefan
ADMIN
Created by: Mihail
Comments: 0
Type: Feature Request
1
By default JustMock matches the mock parameters via Object.ReferenceEquals(...). It would be nice to match the mock parameters via Object.Equals(...) as well.

http://www.telerik.com/community/forums/justmock/general-discussions/parameter-matching.aspx
Completed
Last Updated: 04 Jun 2013 06:40 by Keith
I use NCrunch, a popular test runner. But it cannot seem to activate the JustMock profiler properly. So tests that require use of the JustMock profiler do not work properly.
Completed
Last Updated: 21 May 2013 13:39 by Kaloyan
Should be able to arrange against non-public methods taking ref or out arguments as parameter.
Completed
Last Updated: 17 May 2013 12:44 by Jakub
When I try to invoke method from intercepted class in multi-thread test sometimes I get following exception:
System.ArgumentException
Destination array was not long enough. Check destIndex and length, and the array's lower bounds.
   at System.Array.Copy(Array sourceArray, Int32 sourceIndex, Array destinationArray, Int32 destinationIndex, Int32 length, Boolean reliable)
   at System.Array.Copy(Array sourceArray, Int32 sourceIndex, Array destinationArray, Int32 destinationIndex, Int32 length)
   at System.Collections.Generic.List`1.CopyTo(T[] array, Int32 arrayIndex)
   at System.Collections.Generic.List`1..ctor(IEnumerable`1 collection)
   at System.Linq.Enumerable.ToList(IEnumerable`1 source)
   at Telerik.JustMock.Weaver.ContainerContext.InstanceIdentifier.GetUniqueId(Object target)
   at Telerik.JustMock.Weaver.ContainerContext.Get(Type targetType, MethodBase methodInfo, Object target)
   at Telerik.JustMock.Weaver.ContainerContext.Get(MethodBase methodBase, Object target)
   at Telerik.JustMock.Weaver.Interceptors.WeaverInterceptor.OnInvocation(IInvocation invocation)
   at Telerik.JustMock.Weaver.Interceptors.WeaverInterceptor.Telerik.JustMock.Weaver.Interceptors.Abstraction.IWeaverInterceptor.Intercept(IInvocation invocation)
   at TestClass_Interceptor_620e5e80fe0c4d738f7ef291ea50ea2a.Intercept(TestClass, ref Boolean)
   at ExceptionExample.TestClass.ExecuteSomething() in Test.cs: line 174
   at ExceptionExample.RunMethod() in Test.cs: line 199
   at System.Threading.ThreadHelper.ThreadStart_Context(Object state)
   at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.RunInternal(ExecutionContext executionContext, ContextCallback callback, Object state, Boolean preserveSyncCtx)
   at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.Run(ExecutionContext executionContext, ContextCallback callback, Object state, Boolean preserveSyncCtx)
   at System.Threading.ExecutionContext.Run(ExecutionContext executionContext, ContextCallback callback, Object state)
   at System.Threading.ThreadHelper.ThreadStart()


Sample class that generates exception:

[TestFixture]
public class ExceptionExample
{
	static ExceptionExample()
	{
		Mock.Initialize<TestClass>();
	}

	public class TestClass
	{
		public void ExecuteSomething()
		{
			int y = 0;
			for (int i = 0; i < 100; i++)
				y += i;
		}
	}

	[Test]
	public void MethodName()
	{
		List<Thread> l = new List<Thread>();

		for (int i = 0; i < 6; i++)
		{
			Thread t = new Thread(RunMethod);
			t.Start();
			l.Add(t);
		}

		l.ForEach(th => th.Join());
	}

	private void RunMethod()
	{
		for (int i = 0; i < 10000; i++)
		{
			TestClass tc1 = new TestClass();
			tc1.ExecuteSomething();
		}
	}
}
Unplanned
Last Updated: 23 Jul 2018 13:31 by Kaloyan
Current behavior:
Mock.Arrange(xxx).IgnoreInstance();    //mock all future instances of the type on which I set an expectation.


Feature Request:
Mock.Arrange(xxx).IgnoreInstance().Next();    //mock the next instance of the type on which I set an expectation.

...and even better...

Mock.Arrange(xxx).IgnoreInstance().Skip(3).Next();   //mock the 4th instance of a type on which I set an expectation.
Completed
Last Updated: 21 Nov 2012 00:37 by Philip Japikse
Created by: Philip Japikse
Comments: 0
Type: Feature Request
0
Currently, I can only assert all when automocking.  It would be nice to be able to assert individually.  container.Assert<IAccount>().  If we implement my other item (http://feedback.telerik.com/Project/105/Feedback/Details/850-distinguish-between-automocked-items-when-multiple-of-the-same-are-in-the-constru) then it would be container.Assert<IAccount>[0] if there were more than one IAccount in the constructor.
Completed
Last Updated: 22 Nov 2012 15:00 by Philip Japikse
If I have a constructor like this: public Foo(IAccount fromAccount, IAccount toAccount) { //code }, I need to be able to distinguish between the two accounts when automocking.
container.Arrange<IAccount>() won't work.  Perhaps container.Arrange<IAccount>[0] would. 
Completed
Last Updated: 14 May 2013 12:13 by ADMIN
Created by: Philip Japikse
Comments: 1
Type: Feature Request
0
As a developer, I want to be able to automock classes that have concrete classes injected
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