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Junits for FrameworkUtil and BundleContext

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We have a common Utility class, which has following method 

public static ResourceResolver getServiceResourceResolver(String subServiceName){

       final BundleContext bundleContext = FrameworkUtil.getBundle(Util.class).getBundleContext();
       final ServiceReference factoryReference = bundleContext
                                                                          .getServiceReference(ResourceResolverFactory.class.getName());
       final ResourceResolverFactory resolverFactory = (ResourceResolverFactory) bundleContext
                                                                                     .getService(factoryReference);

       final Map<String, Object> map = Collections.singletonMap(ResourceResolverFactory.SUBSERVICE,
                                                             (Object) serviceName);
-       return resolverFactory.getServiceResourceResolver(map);

}

 

This common Utility returns the resolver for AEMService : 

resolver = Util.getServiceResourceResolver("user");

 

While writing Junits for the AEMService, the resolver is always null, because JUnit tests run in a plain JVM with no OSGi Framework. Therefore there is no BundleContext available.

 

How do we write Junit for the AEMService.java

 

 

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Hi Mahesp,

 

Either rewrite Util to make into Mickito.Mockable unit or you can include other libs to mock static methods such as PowerMock.

 

Regards,

Peter

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Dear Maheshp,

 

Wonderful Sling project has already build a helpful utility library called OSGi mocks[1].

 

You may wish to utilise OSGi mock's to register ServiceReference and execute steps necessary to get to the actual tests.

 

[Apache Sling :: OSGi Mocks]

 

Regards,

Peter

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The bundleContext reference is part of static method, and mockito 3.3 doesnt allow mocking of static methods.

Any higher version of mockito is not compatible with aemContext.

 

Can you elaborate more please, it will help us.

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Correct answer by
Community Advisor

Hi Mahesp,

 

Either rewrite Util to make into Mickito.Mockable unit or you can include other libs to mock static methods such as PowerMock.

 

Regards,

Peter