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Mocking @UriInfo using EasyMock or PowerMock

 
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I have a REST service class in which uriInfo object is automatically injected through @UriInfo annotation. Now, while writing JUnit for this class, I want to get a mock object created for this UriInfo object without introducing any new setter methods into the tested class just for the sake of setting the mocked UriInfo into it. Kindly let me know if you have any suggestions. We are using EasyMock and PowerMock.
 
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Using PowerMock's Whitebox.setInternalState did the job.
 
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