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Subject [GitHub] [jclouds] nacx commented on a change in pull request #82: JCLOUDS-1552: Do not attempt to parse empty payload
Date Fri, 11 Sep 2020 18:37:10 GMT

nacx commented on a change in pull request #82:
URL: https://github.com/apache/jclouds/pull/82#discussion_r487221374

File path: apis/sts/src/test/java/org/jclouds/aws/util/AWSUtilsTest.java
@@ -88,6 +95,20 @@ public void testNoExceptionParsingTextPlain() {
       assertNull(utils.parseAWSErrorFromContent(command.getCurrentRequest(), response));
+   /**
+    * Do not attempt to parse empty payload.
+    */
+   @Test
+   public void testNoExceptionEmptyPayload() {
+      utils.logger = mock(Logger.class);
+      utils.logger.warn(anyObject(Throwable.class), anyString());
+      expectLastCall().andThrow(new IllegalStateException("log spam"));
+      replay(utils.logger);
+      HttpResponse response = HttpResponse.builder().statusCode(NOT_FOUND.getStatusCode()).payload(new
+      response.getPayload().getContentMetadata().setContentType("application/unknown");
+      assertNull(utils.parseAWSErrorFromContent(command.getCurrentRequest(), response));
+   }

Review comment:
       Is there any way we can better test this? The whole purpose of the change shouldn't
be to _not send logs_, but to avoid parsing a body that we know is empty.
   Instead of mocking the logger, could we for example mock the response.getPayload to make
sure it is not called more than once? Or something similar that helps us verify that the code
reached the desired execution paths, without having to mess up with the logger.

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