Interface definitions

You can define interfaces for the echo behavior.

Behavior interface

package com.example.behaviour.echo;
import 
com.greenhat.tester.api.behaviour.LifecycleAwareBehaviour;
public interface Echo extends LifecycleAwareBehaviour
{
void say( String phrase );
}

Behavior factory

package com.example.behaviour.echo;
import java.util.Map;
public class EchoFactory implements BehaviourFactory<Echo>
{
public EchoFactory()
{
}
@Override
public Echo create( BehaviourServices services,
Map<String, Object> configuration, Object callback )
{
String echoCountKey = "echoCountKey";
int echoCount = 1;
if ( configuration.containsKey( echoCountKey ) )
{
echoCount = (Integer)configuration.get( 
echoCountKey );
}
return new EchoImpl( (EchoListener)callback, 
echoCount );
}
}

The echo behavior implementation is shown in the following section.

Behavior implementation

package com.example.behaviour.echo.impl;
import java.util.concurrent.Executor;
public class EchoImpl implements Echo
{
private final EchoListener callback;
private final int echoCount;
private final Executor executor = 
Executors.newSingleThreadExecutor();
public EchoImpl( EchoListener callback, int 
echoCount )
{
this.callback = callback;
this.echoCount = echoCount;
}
@Override
public void say( final String phrase )
{
executor.execute( new Runnable()
{
@Override
public void run()
{
for( int i = 0; i < echoCount; i++ )
{
callback.onEcho( phrase );
}
}
});
}
//..

Callback interface

package com.example.behaviour.echo;
public interface EchoListener
{
void onEcho( string phrase );
}

HCL OneTest™ Virtualization stubs will be able to invoke the say(String phrase) operation of this behaviour and can opt to handle the onEcho(String phrase) event.

Create a behavior factory class and add an implementation for the new behavior. The factory will retrieve configuration from the supplied configuration map and use it to parameterize the echo behavior instance:

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