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I'm writing a test class to test for a failure, I've already written the test for success and it covers most of the class however, since I have error catches I need to test for success and failure too.

In @testSetup I created Opportunity records already. In my test I need to retrieve the Opportunity id in a set so I can pass it to my class as it expects an incoming set. I wrote this to grab one of the Opps:

Set<Id> oppyIds = (new Map<Id, Opportunity>([SELECT Id FROM Opportunity LIMIT 1])).keyset();

I need to create an OpportunityLineItem record so I went with this:

OpportunityLineItem oliTest = new OpportunityLineItem();
        oliTest.OpportunityId = oppyIds[0];

When I compile I get the error

Expression must be a list type Set

If I change the line to oliTest.OpportunityId = oppyIds[0].id I get:

Illegal assignment from Set to Id

How can I pass the set Id to be the field Id?

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Sets are not an ordered collection, so you cannot index it in that way. What you'll want to do here is define List<Id> idList = new List<Id>(opptyIds); and then you'll be able to access index 0 with idList[0]

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    Adding to that, its only Lists and arrays that can be used interchangeably, a privilege that's only possible in SF and not its predecessor, Java.
    – SF Learner
    Dec 1, 2016 at 22:20

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