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Rhino Mocks and mocking Out/Ref params

I thought I would share a little nugget of greatness with RhinoMocks

Today I was in the process of mocking out a webservice call for an application I was working on.  But the method I wanted to mock took a out parameter in its signature.  Normally this is not an issue, but since this out parameter result was used in my code, I needed to setup an expectation on that value.

Fortunately for us, Rhino handles this pretty easily.  In order to set expectations on an Our or Ref all I need to do is add a call to the OutRef() method on my Expect call.

Here is an example of this:

using ( mocker.Record() )
{
    Expect.Call( mockAPI.Create( out emptyString, out emptyString ) ).IgnoreArguments().OutRef( "", "OK" ).Repeat.Once().Return( results );
}

If you notice when I call OutRef, I am providing 2 values.  The first is an empty string because I do not care about that value and the second is "OK".  The "OK" value is the value that I cared about. 

The OutRef method takes in one parameter, a Parameter Array.  In order to use this all you need to do is pass in a value for each out/ref argument in there ordinal positions.

Hope this helps someone.

Till next time,


Posted 04-16-2008 1:25 PM by Derik Whittaker
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Reflective Perspective - Chris Alcock » The Morning Brew #75 wrote Reflective Perspective - Chris Alcock » The Morning Brew #75
on 04-17-2008 3:30 AM

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James Shumaker wrote re: Rhino Mocks and mocking Out/Ref params
on 07-03-2008 9:27 AM

Derik,

Thank you for taking the time to post this, it was exactly what I needed.

Thanks!

Out parameters in Rhino Mocks « Of Code and Me wrote Out parameters in Rhino Mocks « Of Code and Me
on 03-24-2009 9:24 AM

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