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EasyMock - How to mock the cast operation

 
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How can I mock the cast operation.
I have an cast operation on a dependent object , which will cast to another dependent object like

SqlMapClient sqlMapClient;
SqlMapClientImpl sqlMapClientImpl = (SqlMapClientImpl) sqlMapClient

I' mocking both the dependent clesses i.e SqlMapClient and SqlMapClientImpl .But I need to know how to mock cast using EasyMock.

Any help would be appreciated.
 
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Girish,
Welcome to JavaRanch!

You can't mock the cast. What you can do is cast to something more generic 9an interface) so both the concrete class and mock can be cast to it.
 
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You could also use the EasyMock class extensions to make your mock an instanceof SqlMapClientImpl (since I assume SqlMapClientImpl implements the SqlMapClient interface).
 
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