BeanTest | Bean Testing for Java EE Applications | Object-Relational Mapping library

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BeanTest is a Java library typically used in Utilities, Object-Relational Mapping applications. BeanTest has no bugs, it has no vulnerabilities, it has build file available, it has a Permissive License and it has low support. You can download it from GitHub.

Bean Testing for Java EE Applications

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              BeanTest has a low active ecosystem.
              It has 25 star(s) with 8 fork(s). There are 21 watchers for this library.
              It had no major release in the last 12 months.
              There are 2 open issues and 18 have been closed. On average issues are closed in 209 days. There are no pull requests.
              It has a neutral sentiment in the developer community.
              The latest version of BeanTest is 0.2.Final

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              BeanTest has no bugs reported.

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              BeanTest has no vulnerabilities reported, and its dependent libraries have no vulnerabilities reported.

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              BeanTest is licensed under the Apache-2.0 License. This license is Permissive.
              Permissive licenses have the least restrictions, and you can use them in most projects.

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              BeanTest releases are available to install and integrate.
              Build file is available. You can build the component from source.
              Installation instructions are not available. Examples and code snippets are available.

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            Different behavior in calling @Bean annotated methods
            Asked 2019-May-02 at 19:24

            I am aware of calling @Bean annotated methods from within a @Configuration as already discussed.

            But I don't understand why it doesn't work when the bean is overwritten.

            I have a legacy class, which I can't modify. It's a configuration and a business bean at the same time. This is a simplified version:



            Answered 2019-May-02 at 19:24

            The "magic" of proxying method calls annotated with @Bean and returning instances from the Spring context happens only in configuration beans (like here: @SpringJUnitConfig(MyBean.class)).

            But when you create a new instance as return new MyBean(), the @Configuration annotation is ignored and the object is registered as a normal bean (@Bean MyBean myBean()) but not a configuration. That's why the methods calls otherBean() create always a new instance.



            Returning the updated variable passing through private methods
            Asked 2019-Feb-05 at 06:35

            I noticed a scenario today. When we pass a parameter on private methods, the entity will return the revised values but not primitives.

            Here is my sample code,



            Answered 2019-Feb-05 at 06:15

            The Bean is a full object in java passed by reference to the private method so it is the same instance in the main method and the private method.

            You are modifying the values of that instance so the changes show up in both places.

            The string is more or less a primitive and passed as a copy of the value instead of the exact instance from main. It is a new instance in the private method and so you are modifying a new variable. The changes don't show up in the main method as it is a different entity.



            p:steps example not functioning
            Asked 2018-Dec-20 at 09:49

            I'm trying use the STEPS component - Primefaces. But in the documentation the tutorial is very poor.

            Can someone write an example using steps with property rendered or something like that, how Can I show and hide a panel using STEPS component.

            I tried like this but does not work

            My xhtml



            Answered 2018-Dec-20 at 09:49

            As stated by comments, there are multiple issues with your XHTML code.

            1) Use instead of

            2) The p:steps component is readonly by default. Set readonly="false" in order to have interactive menu items. In this mode, it needs to be placed somwhere inside a h:form to - I get a javax.faces.FacesException: MenuItem must be inside a form element else.

            3) Your menuItems update the p:steps component only. Your other panels won't ever show up this way as they are not updated. You should update an element containing them too. Don't know what updateEntirePage is though, especially when invoked twice.

            4) Bean names like Java variables typically start with lower case character.

            Try it like this:



            CDI Injection giving different instances across request
            Asked 2018-Jul-17 at 19:19

            I am attempting to use CDI injection across a JAX-RS rest request. Specifically, I have a ContainerReqeustFilter, the rest end point class and a ContainerResponseFilter. In the ContainerReqeustFilter I have a simple bean injection:



            Answered 2018-Jul-17 at 19:19

            I do not see any annotation on BeanTest, meaning, if you are using bean-discovery-mode=all, such beans are considered by default to be in Dependent scope. That implies that their lifecycle is tired to the bean in which they are injected, and a different bean instance is injected in every different bean it is used.

            Use the correct scope (if you need application wide bean, ApplicationScope, etc)




            Custom attribute factories for MeanBean EqualsMethodTester and HashCodeMethodTester
            Asked 2017-Nov-07 at 22:44

            Is it possible to configure custom factories to generate values for the EqualsMethodTester and HashCodeMethodTester classes from org.meanbean.test? When I pass the Configuration which works for BeanTester to EqualsMethodTester, I get the following messages in the error traceback:

            org.meanbean.factories.ObjectCreationException: Failed to create a value for property [demoUrl].

            Failed to find suitable Factory for property=[demoUrl] of type=[class]. Please register a custom Factory.

            org.meanbean.factories.ObjectCreationException: Failed to instantiate object of type [] due to NoSuchMethodException.


            (Both EqualsMethodTester and HashCodeMethodTester give this error. Adding "demoUrl" to the list of insignificantProperties for EqualsMethodTester().testEqualsMethod() makes no difference. Stepping through the code implies my URLFactory.create() isn't called at all.)

            I do not see any options for passing the configuration into HashCodeMethodTester. I've skimmed documentation at the following sites, but have found neither a solution nor acknowledgement of the missing functionality:

            (I'm using MeanBean v 2.0.3 and Java 1.8.)

            I have the following class, using



            Answered 2017-Nov-07 at 22:44

            It looks like the EqualsMethodTester().testEqualsMethod() needs a EquivalentFactory in that particular case due to the use that does not provide a default empty constructor. So when BasicNewObjectInstanceFactory.create() is called for the call the clazz.getDeclaredConstructor() throw an exception Method threw 'java.lang.NoSuchMethodException' exception.. Basically you just have to implement a EquivalentFactory. An anonymous implementation could be: private EquivalentFactory productEquivalentFactory = new EquivalentFactory() { @Override public Product create() { Product p = new Product(); try { p.setDemoUrl(new URL("http://test.1.url/")); } catch (MalformedURLException e) { e.printStackTrace(); } p.setName("test"); return p; } }; It has to be used with the custom configuration that you already have: new EqualsMethodTester().testEqualsMethod(productEquivalentFactory, configureMeanBeanTests(), "demoUrl");`

            For the hashcode just use the equivalent factory and it does the job.

            I tested it and it is working.



            NoSuchBeanDefinitionException caused either the beans interface or an advice on the bean
            Asked 2017-Aug-08 at 23:02

            Learning Spring, ran into something i can't figure out or find a reference to anywhere. Made a minimalistic project to filter out clutter and make things more clear: 1 package 6 files excluding pom.xml :

            1 - inside is the main() method. ...


            Answered 2017-Aug-08 at 23:02


            Spring AOP uses either JDK dynamic proxies or CGLIB to create the proxy for a given target object. (JDK dynamic proxies are preferred whenever you have a choice).

            If the target object to be proxied implements at least one interface then a JDK dynamic proxy will be used. All of the interfaces implemented by the target type will be proxied. If the target object does not implement any interfaces then a CGLIB proxy will be created.

            So basically, if your class has AN interface, spring will proxy it via that interface and thus to properly execute advice, you must reference the bean by Interface. If there is no interface, it will create a CGLIB proxy for the actual class and you can reference the bean by class.

            You can override this default behavior and force CGLIB proxies and thus class-based advice by setting: @EnableAspectJAutoProxy(proxyTargetClass=true)

            The javadoc of which states: "Indicate whether subclass-based (CGLIB) proxies are to be created as opposed to standard Java interface-based proxies."




            RuntimeMXBean.getName() hangs on Mac OS X Sierra - how to fix?
            Asked 2017-Jun-08 at 07:39

            If I run the following on OS X Sierra (JDK 8u111), it takes 5 seconds to run (as opposed to milliseconds on e.g. Linux):



            Answered 2017-Jun-08 at 07:39

            I fix the problem by manually set HostName to LocalHostName, before this, HostName is not set:


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            You can use BeanTest like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the BeanTest component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer For Gradle installation, please refer .


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