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how to unit test a plain java API application using fluent builder API

Lukas Steiger (3131626) | asked Feb 20 '14, 9:49 a.m.
edited Feb 21 '14, 3:10 a.m.
Hi folks

We have been developing a command line tool for various administrative tasks in jazz. But the tool currently lacks on unit- and integration testing. So I started to do some research along the web and found some interesting posts how IBM tests the server side java API.

I've read the following articles:

I really like the following moking approach Jan Wloka mentions in this articles
IWorkItem expected= $.workItem().projectArea(fProjectArea).summary("existing item").stateId(UUID.generate()).build();
  when(fWorkItemServerMock.findWorkItemById(eq(expected.getId()), any(ItemProfile.class), any(IProgressMonitor.class))).thenReturn(expected);

But I cannot find a way in the jazz java client api to make use of the mentioned 'fluent builder api' approach. Could anyone help me out on how to achieve this?

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