kandi X-RAY | redis-mock Summary
kandi X-RAY | redis-mock Summary
A simple redis java mock for unit testing
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Runs the commands
- Execute a Redis command
- Reads a long
- Parses a command from the input stream
- This method is used to merge a set of values
- Serialize an object
- Deserialize an object from a slice
- Delete params
- Delete a key
- Set a bit
- Increment by 1 0
- Get a range of a range
- Increment by value
- Compares the slice
- Retrieve count of values from the hyperlog string
- Retrieves the size of a long array
- Decrease the value of a slice
- Stops the service
- Gets a bit
- Removes a slice from the array
- Push a list of values to the array
- Push a list of values to a list
- Index a list item
- Append two slice
- Add a set of values to the hyperlog string
- Decrement by list
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redis-mock Examples and Code Snippets
Trending Discussions on redis-mock
In typescript, i have the following instantion of IoRedis....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-01 at 18:24
Based on the es-6-class-mocks, i found an approach that worked, mocking constructor on a class.
I have a problem trying to mock the redis
createClient() method in NodeJS using mocha and sinon. This is a snippet of my index.js. Inside the socket class, there is a create redis connection. Now in my unit test, i encountered this error
TypeError: Cannot stub non-existent property createClient. I can't seem to figure out why? Is it due to some ordering of the mocking?
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-15 at 08:03
redis.createClient method is a standalone function, NOT a method of a prototype. If you use TypeScript, we can check the types of
I'm currently having a class in NodeJS which will create a redis client when being instantiated. I am trying to write a unit test to test this class. However, I am unsure to to get the main code work with the redis-mock use in the unit test.
During the unit test, this line of code returned
redis.createClient(config.get('redis.port'), config.get('redis.ip')); ->
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jul-15 at 04:53
Although you're importing
redis-mock library, it doesn't automatically make Sockets lib using it (and the
redisClient created with it) under the hood. Instead, it continues relying on "normal"
To achieve that effect, try to add a line at the top:
Hi I am building a library for messaging between AWS components and so I want a lightweight solution. One part of the solution requires me to listen in on when an annotated method is invoked, so I thought I'd use a pointcut and implement an advice on what to do when that pointcut was reached.
The gradle.build script looks like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Aug-09 at 22:57
The problem was in the something else category. The reason the Pointcut was not being triggered was because I was using compile-time weaving, and the weaved target class was not in the classpath at runtime. The weaved target class was in src/test/java, while the pointcut was in src/main/java and when the application is compiled, src/test/java is no where in sight. What I needed was runtime weaving, so that the test class could be discovered and weaved, and then the pointcut would work. Unfortunately, runtime weaving is an expensive operation, so not an option for my purposes, so I have gone over to using listener pattern. Its not as clean from an implementors perspective, but much better performance-wise
I implemented basic caching functionality for a project and ran into a problem during the testing. I test using jest and redis-mock and all the tests pass. The problem is when I import a file which imports the redis-file. The test-file doesn't exit.
ANSWERAnswered 2018-May-24 at 07:51
So yeah, closing the instance did it.
No vulnerabilities reported
You can use redis-mock 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 redis-mock 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 maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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