When use Spy together with PowerMock together throws RuntimeException

When I use Spy annotation together with the PowerMock in my JUnit test case, it throws RuntimeException, but when I use Mock annotation together with the PowerMock, the test case is working fine. Anybody able to advise about my issue? This is my code @RunWith(PowerMockRunner.class) @PrepareForTest({DBConnectionPool.class}) @PowerMockIgnore(“javax.management.*”) public class TestAbcController { private static final Logger…

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Do I use AJAX or something else? [closed]

I have doubts about using ajax or using something else entirely. Can you help me figure it out? Here is my js code: jQuery(“#frmCreateCar”).validate({ submitHandler:function(){ var postdata = jQuery(“#frmCreateCar”).serialize()+”&action=crm_request&param=create_car”; jQuery.post(crm_ajax_url, postdata, function(response){ var data = jQuery.parseJSON(response); if (data.status==1) { alert(data.message); setTimeout(function () { location.reload(); },500); }else{ alert(data.message); } }) } }); Here is my php…

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css table to grid with automatic column count

I’m turning all my tables into grid-based divs due to how unrespnsive the tables are on mobile. I’ve created a table that looks as such: <div class=”table”> <div class=”table-row”> <div class=”table-header”> <span>Header</span> </div> <div class=”table-header”> <span>Header</span> </div> <div class=”table-header”> <span>Header</span> </div> </div> <div class=”table-row”> <div class=”table-cell” v-for=”(type, column) in columns”> <span>Cell</span> </div> <div class=”table-cell” v-for=”(type,…

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Django: Trying to understand the syntax of accessing request.session[SESSION_KEY]

I am trying to undestand the syntax of request.session[SESSION_KEY] in django/contrib/auth/__init__.py The following are the details: DJANGO FILENAME: django/contrib/auth/__init__.py SESSION_KEY = ‘_auth_user_id’ def _get_user_session_key(request): return get_user_model()._meta.pk.to_python(request.session[SESSION_KEY]) When i was debugging i check the the properties of request.session using dir(request.session) and later using json.dumps() I found the following properties: “_SessionBase__not_given”: “<object object at 0x7fdec4d70160>”, “_SessionBase__session_key”: “soiceej5uzukby0oef92woo0n47jiph4”,…

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