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I am trying to write unit tests for one of my applications that uses GreenDao for MySQL. I found this article: but it does not seem to work for me. I have a class that looks like this:
public class StorageDataSourceProxy extends GenericDaoAbstract implements DataSource {
private StorageDataSource storageDataSource;

public StorageDataSourceProxy(StorageDataSource storageDataSource) {
this.storageDataSource = storageDataSource;

public T execute(DaoSession daoSession, String sql, Object… args)
throws DaoException {


I tried to mock out the MySQL DaoSession like the article said to, by using this method:

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