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Newbie question on JMock

 
Neha Gap
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Hi,

I have just come across JMock and haven't quite got the hang of it yet.
I have a class called JabberAccountManager. It has a few methods that perform account management operations. Every method internally creates an object of type XMPPConnection (which is a part of an XMPP library)

Now, I want to mock the Jabber server so I need to create a mock XMPPConnection object, but my problem is that the class I need to test and the class I need to mock are tightly coupled. I cannot de-couple these since there are a lot of issues involved.

Could someone please explain to me how to go about using JMock in a case like this?

Thanks,
Neha.
 
Jeanne Boyarsky
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Neha,
Can you introduce an interface to de-couple them?

if not, can you provide an example of how they are tightly coupled?
 
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