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integrating SpringContextTests with PowerMock

 
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Hi,
faced the problem while integrating PowerMock and Spring dependency injection for test cases. For example, we have a field in test which is autowired like this:

mock is a bean configured in tests-context.xml

Next I want to use some tricks of PowerMock for my mock object. To do this I should apply annotations
to MyTest class, but when I do this I'm getting NPE when I call mock. I suppose that PowerMockRunner.class and AbstractJUnit4SpringContextTests are in conflicted state...
Is there any standard way to solve this problem?
 
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