Hi, I'm trying to test Rails action that looks like this: def create unless facebook_session authentication_failed and return end ... @facebook_user = facebook_session.user ... end authentication_failed method redirects to '/'. The test looks like this: it 'should call authentication_failed' do controller.should_receive(:authentication_failed) get :create end The problem is that in the test, despite the fact that facebook_session is nil and the authentication_failed method is called, the action does not return and I got error in facebook_session.user line, because facebook_session is nil. If I move the return keyword to the next line, the test complains then about missing create.erb template. Any ideas how to solve it?
on 2009-05-20 01:49
on 2009-05-27 12:30
On Tue, May 19, 2009 at 5:13 PM, szimek <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > ... > end > > authentication_failed method redirects to '/'. > > The test looks like this: > > it 'should call authentication_failed' do > controller.should_receive(:authentication_failed) > get :create If you're using facebooker, you should use facebook_get instead of get: facebook_get :create Also - shouldn't this be a post?