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Mockito 2.0.8. Complete Object Coverage

I’m working with a project using Mockito 2.0.8, Java 1.8.0_91, and IntelliJ Idea 2016.1 Ultimate Edition.
I’m running into problems where my mocked object doesn’t return a complete object coverage in Mockito’s verify() method.
The mocked object uses an external server to make a call. It is trivial to mock this server call; it just returns a single record with some initial data.
My issue is that when I run my test, I get a «No runnable methods» error in Mockito’s verify method. The printed out message doesn’t seem to include my server mock’s method calls, so I’m not sure what I’m missing.
My mocks are set up in @Before and @After methods; I’m not touching the code under test, just setting up some mocks.

A:

My issue is that when I run my test, I get a «No runnable methods» error in Mockito’s verify method. The printed out message doesn’t seem to include my server mock’s method calls, so I’m not sure what I’m missing.

Yes, the output isn’t exactly clear on this, but this is what’s happening:

verify() starts (or continues) to verify the mocked object and
verify() fails at some point for a reason that is not as expected.

In your case, the reason may be that you mocked the wrong class – verify() is not executed if all of the expectations passed.
In such case, you will need to mock the methods that verify() can’t mock.
In your example, verify() cannot mock the execution of the method that uses the server. If this is the case, you need to mock the method that actually uses the server:
@Test
public void testSomething() {
Server server = Mockito.mock(Server.class);
Person p = Mockito.mock(Person.class);

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