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I wrote an article for CodeProject where I tried to discuss a motivation to use AAA method introduced in TypeMock Isolator 5.0. ... ation.aspx

Feedback is welcome!
asked by vagif (19.4k points)

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Hi Vagif,

Fantastic article. Well done! We need to promote it on our site.

Just an addition to the last part. When using RecursiveFakes you can do this:

Isolate.WhenCalled(() => dataLayer.GetCustomer(0).DateOfBirth).WillReturn(new DateTime(1970, 1, 1, 0, 0, 0));

And then you return the value you want!

Great article, thanks!
answered by gilz (14.5k points)
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Hi Gil,

Thanks for kind words. Feel free to quote or promote the article.

Regarding your suggestion: yes, we already exchanged a couple of messages at CodeProject, probably with your golleague. Apparently, the way he suggested to simplify setting DateOfBirth is not supported yet, but as you pointed out, things can be made simpler, so I don't need to create a Customer instance when using recursive fakes.

I am going to update an article within a day.

answered by vagif (19.4k points)