I have just migrated to use Rail 1.1 from 1.0. In the progress of fixing and cleaning up the unit tests. I found the following problem. I am not sure if this is a bug or it is my environment. When I run "rake test_units, some of the index in association tables is not created, this leads to failures for some unit test cases. Thinking that may be because I didn't setup the database correctly, I reload the sql file (with the index defined) into both test and development database. run the test mannually, i.e. ruby test/units/myclass_test.rb works fine. But when I invoke rake test_units to run all unit tests in a batch, I have the same problem again. It seems db/schema.rb generated from the rake test_units has missed some of the indexes definition for some of the tables. Anyone know where I should look to locate the problem? It only occurs to some of the tables not all of them. So I think it must be something wrong with some of my code somewhere... Thanks in advance.
on 2006-06-02 22:28
on 2006-06-02 23:15
I had the same problem once. Just run your test_units manually. I think there's a problem with rake test_units. I bet that your functional test run just fine with rake, isn't it?
on 2006-06-02 23:33
On 6/2/06, Chester C. <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote: > reload the sql file (with the index defined) into both test and > development database. > > run the test mannually, i.e. ruby test/units/myclass_test.rb works fine. > I have had a similar problem myself, recently. My project has a number of migrations. When I run rake test:units, it seems to revert to a previous migration and wipes out the latest. The schema_info bit, however, would not be updated to point at a previous generation, even though the migration appeared to be rolled back. I thought schema.rb might be to blame - does Rake recreate the test database with that?
on 2006-06-03 00:40
Ioana K. wrote: > I had the same problem once. Just run your test_units manually. I think > there's a problem with rake test_units. I bet that your functional test > run > just fine with rake, isn't it? Yup, functional test runs fine.