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Hi experts,

    Does anyone know if I can cast a mock object to another class ? If so, how to do that ? thanks.
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wouldn't think so, would be more a case of casting whatever it is proxying.
what sort of mock objects are you using?

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Mick BarryJava Developer
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For example if using jmock you would cast the object returned by proxy() method to whatever class it is you are mocking.
Most mocking uses interfaces for this reason.
Your reference should be to that interface.

There are some mocking frameworks that work on classes, but they're limited in functionality.

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