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how to assert result of a void login method

how to assert result of a void login method

how to assert result of a void login method

how can i assert the result of the void login method below

=== testLogin method ===
public final void testLogin() {
String enUser = "someuser";
String enPwd = "wrongpass";

; //expected failed, how to catch exception and assert result ???


=== method to be tested ===
public void login(String userid, String password) {
String language = System.getProperty("user.language");

try {
THttpClient userStoreTrans = new THttpClient(userStoreUrl);
TBinaryProtocol userStoreProt = new TBinaryProtocol(userStoreTrans);

UserStore.Client userStore = new UserStore.Client(userStoreProt,

// Authenticate as a user & password
AuthenticationResult authResult = userStore.authenticate(userid,
password, consumerKey, consumerSecret);
user = authResult.getUser();
authToken = authResult.getAuthenticationToken();

// initializeNoteStore();
if (authToken != null) {
String mymsg = getMessageValue("AuthenticationSuccessMessage");
new AlertWindow(mymsg, 0, null);

} catch (Exception ex) {
String err = getMessageValue("AuthenticationFailedMessage");
new AlertWindow(err, 0, null);

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