What is difference between Assert and Verify in mockito?

Shubham Singh
Shubham Singh

Posted On: Apr 05, 2020

 

Both statements are used to add validations to the test methods in the test suites but they differ in the following.

The Assert command is used to validate critical functionality. If this validation fails, then the execution of that test method is stopped and marked as failed.

In the case of Verify command, the test method continues the execution even after the failure of an assertion statement. The test method will be marked as failed but the execution of remaining statements of the test method is executed normally.

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