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LoaderTestCase

public class LoaderTestCase
extends AndroidTestCase

java.lang.Object
   ↳ junit.framework.Assert
     ↳ junit.framework.TestCase
       ↳ android.test.AndroidTestCase
         ↳ android.test.LoaderTestCase


A convenience class for testing Loaders. This test case provides a simple way to synchronously get the result from a Loader making it easy to assert that the Loader returns the expected result.

Summary

Inherited fields

From class android.test.AndroidTestCase

Public constructors

LoaderTestCase()

Public methods

<T> T getLoaderResultSynchronously(Loader<T> loader)

Runs a Loader synchronously and returns the result of the load.

Inherited methods

From class android.test.AndroidTestCase
From class junit.framework.TestCase
From class junit.framework.Assert
From class java.lang.Object
From interface junit.framework.Test

Public constructors

LoaderTestCase

added in API level 11
LoaderTestCase ()

Public methods

getLoaderResultSynchronously

added in API level 11
T getLoaderResultSynchronously (Loader<T> loader)

Runs a Loader synchronously and returns the result of the load. The loader will be started, stopped, and destroyed by this method so it cannot be reused.

Parameters
loader Loader: The loader to run synchronously

Returns
T The result from the loader

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