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Java example source code file (ServerTestBase.java)

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basichttpcontext, basichttpprocessor, basicservertestbase, defaulthttpclientconnection, exception, httpparams, httprequestexecutor, localtestserver, net, network, override, requestconncontrol, schemeregistry, servertestbase, socketfactory, utf-8

The ServerTestBase.java example source code

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package org.apache.http.localserver;

import java.net.Socket;

import org.apache.http.HttpHost;
import org.apache.http.HttpVersion;
import org.apache.http.conn.scheme.PlainSocketFactory;
import org.apache.http.conn.scheme.Scheme;
import org.apache.http.conn.scheme.SchemeRegistry;
import org.apache.http.conn.scheme.SocketFactory;
import org.apache.http.impl.DefaultHttpClientConnection;
import org.apache.http.params.BasicHttpParams;
import org.apache.http.params.HttpParams;
import org.apache.http.params.HttpProtocolParams;
import org.apache.http.protocol.BasicHttpContext;
import org.apache.http.protocol.BasicHttpProcessor;
import org.apache.http.protocol.HttpRequestExecutor;
import org.apache.http.protocol.RequestConnControl;
import org.apache.http.protocol.RequestContent;

 * Base class for tests using {@link LocalTestServer LocalTestServer}.
 * Note that the test server will be {@link #setUp set up} before each
 * individual tests and {@link #tearDown teared down} afterwards.
 * Use this base class <i>exclusively for tests that require the
 * server. If you have some tests that require the server and others
 * that don't, split them in two different classes.
public abstract class ServerTestBase extends BasicServerTestBase {

    /** The available schemes. */
    protected SchemeRegistry supportedSchemes;

    /** The default parameters for the client side. */
    protected HttpParams defaultParams;

    /** The HTTP processor for the client side. */
    protected BasicHttpProcessor httpProcessor;

    /** The default context for the client side. */
    protected BasicHttpContext httpContext;

    /** The request executor for the client side. */
    protected HttpRequestExecutor httpExecutor;

    protected ServerTestBase(String testName) {

     * Prepares the local server for testing.
     * Derived classes that override this method MUST call
     * the implementation here. That SHOULD be done at the
     * beginning of the overriding method.
     * <br/>
     * Derived methods can modify for example the default parameters
     * being set up, or the interceptors.
     * <p>
     * This method will re-use the helper objects from a previous run
     * if they are still available. For example, the local test server
     * will be re-started rather than re-created.
     * {@link #httpContext httpContext} will always be re-created.
     * Tests that modify the other helper objects should afterwards
     * set the respective attributes to <code>null in a
     * <code>finally{} block to force re-creation for
     * subsequent tests.
     * Of course that shouldn't be done with the test server,
     * or only after shutting that down.
     * @throws Exception        in case of a problem
    protected void setUp() throws Exception {

        if (defaultParams == null) {
            defaultParams = new BasicHttpParams();
                (defaultParams, HttpVersion.HTTP_1_1);
                (defaultParams, "UTF-8");
                (defaultParams, "TestAgent/1.1");
                (defaultParams, false);

        if (supportedSchemes == null) {
            supportedSchemes = new SchemeRegistry();
            SocketFactory sf = PlainSocketFactory.getSocketFactory();
            supportedSchemes.register(new Scheme("http", sf, 80));

        if (httpProcessor == null) {
            httpProcessor = new BasicHttpProcessor();
            httpProcessor.addInterceptor(new RequestContent());
            httpProcessor.addInterceptor(new RequestConnControl()); // optional

        // the context is created each time, it may get modified by test cases
        httpContext = new BasicHttpContext(null);

        if (httpExecutor == null) {
            httpExecutor = new HttpRequestExecutor();

        if (localServer == null) {
            localServer = new LocalTestServer(null, null);


    } // setUp

     * Unprepares the local server for testing.
     * This stops the test server. All helper objects, including the
     * test server, remain stored in the attributes for the next test.
     * @see #setUp setUp()
    protected void tearDown() throws Exception {

     * Opens a connection to the given target using
     * {@link #defaultParams default parameters}.
     * Maps to {@link #connectTo(HttpHost,HttpParams)
     *                 connectTo(target,defaultParams)}.
     * @param target    the target to connect to
     * @return  a new connection opened to the target
     * @throws Exception        in case of a problem
    protected DefaultHttpClientConnection connectTo(HttpHost target)
        throws Exception {

        return connectTo(target, defaultParams);

     * Opens a connection to the given target using the given parameters.
     * @param target    the target to connect to
     * @return  a new connection opened to the target
     * @throws Exception        in case of a problem
    protected DefaultHttpClientConnection connectTo(HttpHost target,
                                                    HttpParams params)
        throws Exception {

        Scheme schm = supportedSchemes.get(target.getSchemeName());
        int port = schm.resolvePort(target.getPort());

        DefaultHttpClientConnection conn = new DefaultHttpClientConnection();
        Socket sock = schm.getSocketFactory().connectSocket
            (null, target.getHostName(), port, null, 0, params);
        conn.bind(sock, params);

        return conn;

} // class ServerTestBase

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