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Problem to initialize the request parameter in the HttpServlet...!

Problem to initialize the request parameter in the HttpServlet...!

Problem to initialize the request parameter in the HttpServlet...!

Hi there...
I am trying to make a JUnit for my doPost method in a class HttpGet that extends HttpServlet...
I am new with JUnit and I have already implemented the test class TestHttpGet with the method testdoPost(){}
in the test method I want to call the method doPost(), which I want to test! the problem is the method's parameters (request, response)! how can I initialize these parameters??
for ex. if I want to test just the request... I will put the response equal null and the request should be assigned a request parameter. My question is, how can I initialize the request parameter???
HttpGet tester = new HttpGet();
HttpServletRequest parameter = ???;
tester.doPost(parameter, null);

Many Thanks!

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