How to mock interface using Mockito example

By | October 15, 2020

In this post, We will learn How to set up Mockito Maven Dependency Workspace in Eclipse?

We can use org.mockito.Mockito class mock() method to create a mock object of a given class or interface. This is really the simplest way to mock an object.

We can mock an object using @Mock annotation also. It’s really useful when we want to use the mocked object in multiple test methods because we want to avoid calling the mock() method multiple times. 

When we use @Mock annotation then make sure that we call to initialize the mocked object. We can do this in the testing framework setup method or test method that is executed before the tests.

We have to add the following maven dependency  in pom.xml to use Maven 3.0 

Let’s try to understand the above concept using a demo project




Now right click on either or class and select Run As then Java Application as shown in the below Image

If the Interface method has mocked successfully then the output of the above program would be:

Employee [employee_id=10, employeeName=KK, [email protected], salary=50000.0, doj=Sun Oct 04 18:34:39 IST 2020, bonus=600]

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