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create Junit Test case for my Presentation

 
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I am trying to create Junit Test case for my Presentation Layer , while creating Presentation instance in setup method of Junit it goes througn GWT.Create at this point it fails saying

java.lang.ExceptionInInitializerError
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Caused by: java.lang.UnsupportedOperationException: ERROR: GWT.create() is only usable in client code! It cannot be called, for example, from server code. If you are running a unit test, check that your test case extends GWTTestCase and that GWT.create() is not called from within an initializer or constructor.
at com.google.gwt.core.client.GWT.create(GWT.java:91)
at com.google.gwt.user.client.ui.UIObject.<clinit>(UIObject.java:188)
... 24 more

and when I add following line to deal with GWT.Create case

@BeforeClass
public static void disarm() {
GWTMockUtilities.disarm();
}

@AfterClass
public static void rearm() {
GWTMockUtilities.restore();
}


it gives Null pointer exception .. Please help me on that...

 
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check that your test case extends GWTTestCase and that GWT.create() is not called from within an initializer or constructor.


So does your code satisfy these conditions?
 
manish jaiswal
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Yes Maneesh I think I need to check my code for the last condation (not called from within an initializer or constructor)again...


Regards
Manish
 
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