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Jmock depends upon hamcrest and junit uses and includes some hamcrest classes in it s jar so this is probably where the problem comes from;the easiest fix is to use the version of junit which doesn t have the hamcrest libraries included junit-dep

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What is the cause for this SecurityException when I try to include the expectations for a mock obejct?

The later version of jmock makes things easier by integrating with the junit lifecycle as a runner

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JMock tutorial using JUnit 3?

One more thing you don t need to set the fields in the test class to null junit flushes the instance for every test;jmock isn t thread safe

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JMock triggers AssertionError: invokation expected once, never invoked - but it has been invoked

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