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The class B not prepared for test. To prepare this class, add class to the '@PrepareForTest' annotation. In case if you don't use this annotation, add the annotation on class or method level.
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The class com.zeyad.usecases.data.utils.Utils not prepared for test. To prepare this class, add class to the '@PrepareForTest' annotation. In case if you don't use this annotation, add the annotation on class or method level.
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The class ApplicationLogic.Controller not prepared for test. To prepare this class, add class to the '@PrepareForTest' annotation. In case if you don't use this annotation, add the annotation on class or method level.
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, 1 year ago
The class org.springframework.web.util.WebUtils not prepared for test. To prepare this class, add class to the '@PrepareForTest' annotation. In case if you don't use this annotation, add the annotation on class or method level.
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The class com.activeandroid.content.ContentProvider not prepared for test. To prepare this class, add class to the '@PrepareForTest' annotation. In case if you don't use this annotation, add the annotation on class or method level.
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The class com.activeandroid.content.ContentProvider not prepared for test. To prepare this class, add class to the '@PrepareForTest' annotation. In case if you don't use this annotation, add the annotation on class or method level.
org.powermock.api.mockito.ClassNotPreparedException: The class B not prepared for test.
To prepare this class, add class to the '@PrepareForTest' annotation.
In case if you don't use this annotation, add the annotation on class or  method level.	at org.powermock.api.mockito.expectation.reporter.MockitoPowerMockReporter.classNotPrepared(MockitoPowerMockReporter.java:32)	at org.powermock.api.mockito.internal.mockcreation.MockTypeValidatorFactory$DefaultMockTypeValidator.validate(MockTypeValidatorFactory.java:38)	at org.powermock.api.mockito.internal.mockcreation.AbstractMockCreator.validateType(AbstractMockCreator.java:10)	at org.powermock.api.mockito.internal.mockcreation.DefaultMockCreator.createMock(DefaultMockCreator.java:56)	at org.powermock.api.mockito.internal.mockcreation.DefaultMockCreator.mock(DefaultMockCreator.java:46)	at org.powermock.api.mockito.PowerMockito.mockStatic(PowerMockito.java:71)	at undefined.Test.testException(Test.java:6)	at sun.reflect.NativeMethodAccessorImpl.invoke0(Native Method)