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SimpleRequestExpectationManager fails with sequential calls with different count [SPR-15672] #20231

spring-projects-issues opened this issue Jun 16, 2017 · 1 comment


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Pablo Santiago opened SPR-15672 and commented

When creating a MockRestServiceServer and setting a sequential expectation with different counts, it fails:

public class ExpectedCountTest {

    private SimpleRequestExpectationManager manager = new SimpleRequestExpectationManager();

    public void sequentialRequestsWithDifferentCount() throws Exception {
        this.manager.expectRequest(times(2), requestTo("/foo")).andExpect(method(GET)).andRespond(withSuccess());
        this.manager.expectRequest(once(), requestTo("/bar")).andExpect(method(GET)).andRespond(withSuccess());

        this.manager.validateRequest(createRequest(GET, "/foo"));
        this.manager.validateRequest(createRequest(GET, "/foo"));
        this.manager.validateRequest(createRequest(GET, "/bar"));

    private ClientHttpRequest createRequest(HttpMethod method, String url) {
        return new MockAsyncClientHttpRequest(method, URI.create(url));


Affects: 4.3.8

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Issue Links:

  • #20275 MockRestServiceServer does not honor expectation order with expectations that mandate more than 1 execution. ("supersedes")

Referenced from: commits efb735a, a17255a

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