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Simple question about spring-mock

 
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Good afternoon, wanted to know if spring-mock can be used to generate backend test and pojos, because in all the examples I found are web applications ,servlets, etc.
 
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Maybe because the Spring-mock library is for mocking out Web stuff.

But for the middle tier stuff just use regular Mocks and Stubs. You can use EasyMock for mocking, and stubbing is just you implementing fake interface implementations to stand in for the dependencies.

Mark
 
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Thanks Mark, so, I was right. I use Mockito for backend . thanks again.

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