Best approach to spec'ing this

I am hoping that this is an easy question to answer!

I have 2 models, related via an association model, such that models a
and b
use has_many to refer to each other, and also the association.

(Thats as simple as the code is)

When I try to write a simple spec to access model 2 from model 1 I am
getting a failure "uninitialized constant in Model1::Association

Before I go back to this tomorrow, what is the best way of speccing
models
that are connected via associations. Should I be Mocking and stubbing
the
assosciation model and the child model, or requiring the actual models,
and
pulling some seed data in form the database?

Thanks

Matt

What I do is to mock and stub the associated models. The current model
that
I work on is called, usually using a Factory Girl. Hope this helps.

On Feb 22, 2010, at 1:54 PM, Matt Riches wrote:

I am hoping that this is an easy question to answer!

I have 2 models, related via an association model, such that models a and b use has_many to refer to each other, and also the association.

has_many :through with an extra table, or HABTM?

gist the relevant code.

Best,

Scott

I am hoping that this is an easy question to answer!

I have 2 models, related via an association model, such that models a and
b use has_many to refer to each other, and also the association.

has_many :through with an extra table, or HABTM?

Im home now and dont have the code in front of me, but it was using
:through and the extra table, if that has any bearing?

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