I notice that the reference to the mock is called statusBeen, but you replay feedStatusBean. That looks suspicious to me.
Also, you don't show how you are injecting the statusBean into the code under test. How do you?
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Actually this is an existing controller for which i need to write UTs for. There is no default constructor in the StatusBean class. I am not sure if we can inject it anyhow.
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Thanks for the clarification.
I don't understand what having a default constructor (I assume you mean a no-arg constructor) has to do with injectability. You have a statusBean mock. For the code under test to use it, you need to pass it into the code. How are you doing that?
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I am not sure how to pass the mock to the class under test. I think thats the issue here then.
Can you please let me know how can i pass the mock in the code?
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