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I simply want to unit test that my lock/unlock process works well on an encrypted wallet.

What would be the easiest command I could send (that doesn't involve sending coins) to actually validate if my wallet is locked or unlocked? Can I try to sign a dummy transaction for example?

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You can sign a message using the signmessage command. Note that this only works if you are using legacy addresses (Bitcoin Core currently defaults to p2sh-segwit addresses which cannot be used to sign a message). You an get a legacy address using:

bitcoin-cli getnewaddres "" legacy

If the wallet is locked, you won't be able to sign a message.

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