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e: this has been fixed through Spring Boot 2.6.5 (see https://github.com/spring-projects/spring-boot/issues/30243)
Since upgrading to Spring Boot 2.6.X (in my case: 2.6.1), I have multiple projects that now have failing unit-tests on Windows that cannot start
EmbeddedKafka, that do run with Linux
There is multiple errors, but this is the first one thrown...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-09 at 15:51
Known bug on the Apache Kafka side. Nothing to do from Spring perspective. See more info here: https://github.com/spring-projects/spring-kafka/discussions/2027. And here: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/KAFKA-13391
You need to wait until Apache Kafka
3.0.1 or don't use embedded Kafka and just rely on the Testcontainers, for example, or fully external Apache Kafka broker.
Following accepted answer for question regarding how to init runscript from resources folder: problem with INIT=RUNSCRIPT and relative paths.
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-16 at 16:28
Per your comment, your original setup used JDK 9+ modules. That's a complex and confusing topic. It would be easiest to simply remove module-info.java and not use modules. If you intend to use modules and keep resources in a separate directory (module), there are multiple options with no one clear choice. Perhaps the easiest option would be to open the "package" containing the resource. Something like this worked in my local test:
I wan to implement a Junit 5 test into Gradle project. I tried this:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-22 at 21:35
GeneratePdf does not match the default name pattern for test classes. The default pattern is
You can change it in your Gradle file with
This is my test (maven-plugin-testing-harness 3.3.0, junit 5.6.2):...
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Feb-04 at 05:07
Please, consider the implementation of the test class as an example: maven-plugin-testing/ParametersMojoTest.java at maven-plugin-testing-3.3.0 · apache/maven-plugin-testing.
Considering this example, please, note the Mojo instantiation approach:
The Mojo instantiation uses the
I know there is a few questions on SO regarding the conversion of JSON file to a pandas df but nothing is working. Specifically, the JSON requests the current days information. I'm trying to return the tabular structure that corresponds with
Data but I'm only getting the first
I'll list the current attempts and the resulting outputs below....
ANSWERAnswered 2022-Jan-20 at 03:23
record_path is the path to the record, so you should specify the full path
I'm working with FTPClient against an FTP server using
A reproducible code sample is here:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-16 at 00:06
As you already figured out in the comments, the tricky part about FTP passive mode is that the server uses another port (not 21) for communication.
In the docker image you're using, it's a port from the
21000-21010 range by default. So you need to publish (expose) these additional container ports. In
docker run command you used
-p 21000-21010:21000-21010 for that.
However, Testcontainers library is designed to publish to random host ports to avoid the problem, when a desired fixed port (or a range of ports) is already occupied on the host side.
In case of FTP passive mode random ports on the host side cause problems, because afaik you can't instruct the ftp client to override the port, which FTP server returned for the passive mode. You'd need something like
ftpClient.connect("localhost", ftp.getMappedPort(PORT)); but for passive mode ports as well.
Therefore the only solution I see here is to use a FixedHostPortContainer. Even though it's marked as deprecated and not recommended to use because of the mentioned issues with occupied ports, I think this is a valid use case for it here.
FixedHostPortGenericContainer allows to publish fixed ports on the host side. Something like:
I have a
5.3.10 application — not
Spring Boot. I'm running into a rather trivial problem creating/injecting a
Properties bean. Here is my setup:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-19 at 22:27
The used (spring standard) "factory" implements
I am figuring out how to implement consumer driven contract testing using pact junit5. But the test keeps failing because of no parameter resolver for the injected MockServer, even though the test class is extended with PactConsumerTestExt. My understanding is the parameter resolver for MockServer should be provided with PactConsumerTestExt extension. Would be great if anyone could help me out here!!
Java version : 11
Spring boot version : 2.6.1
Pact library used :...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-16 at 20:34
The version of
@PactTestFor method still needs to use version 3.
We have a JavaFX based application which is not modularized (there are reasons, a legacy library is involved) but we build an custom runtime using
We've recently rewritten the app and added a couple of new dependencies, as well as removing others. Now the script that is building the application suddenly stopped working during the
Note: This is happening on Linux – I've yet to test other OS'ses, but I don't expect another result.
When the script calls...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-13 at 13:36
Update: These issues have been fixed, and a patched version of
jdeps is available as part of the early access build for JDK 18 at: http://jdk.java.net/18/ (starting from build 26)
Turning my comments into an answer. There seem to be 3 bugs going on here:
MultiReleaseExceptionseems to be because
jdepscan not handle classes in different jars that have the same name, such as
module-info.class, but are stored in a different
- The fact that this exception is sometimes suddenly not occuring seems to be the result of a race condition in the code that checks for the above; classes of the same name having multiple versions. (JDK-8277166)
MultiReleaseExceptionis missing it's exception message since it's thrown as part of an asynchronous task, which wraps it in an
ExecutionException, which then leads to
jdepsnot reporting the exception correctly. (JDK-8277123)
As for a workaround, I don't think there's a good one at this point, except maybe for editing all the jars on the class path so that they put the
module-info.class in the same
META-INF/versions/xxx directory (but, this might have other consequences as well, so you probably don't want to run with the edited jars, and only use them for
I am trying to test a service but the Repository is always null. When using a JPA repository I never had this issue. I am not sure if it has something to do with ReactiveCrudRepository. Has anyone encountered this issue?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Dec-04 at 09:38
findAll() method is not mocked, thus a null value is returned. You should mock
userRepository.findAll() instead of
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