Cucumber+Capybara rails 3 issue (Don't know where exactly)

When I’m executing cucumber tests, I noticed that sometimes rails app
(in test env.) getting several the same requests (GET or POST) usually
around 3, and it doesn’t render anything with empty HTTP status code.
Have anyone met something similar to that issue?

here is some example of log file:

Started POST “/account” for 127.0.0.1 at 2010-11-30 22:34:17 +0200
Processing by UsersController#update as HTML
Parameters: {"_snowman"=>“:snowman_with_snow:”,
“user”=>{“person_attributes”=>{“first”=>“First”, “last”=>“Last”,
“id”=>“1061”}, “email”=>“[email protected]”, “timezone”=>“Tbilisi”,
“public_profile”=>“1”,
“emails_delivery_period_daily_logs”=>“immediately
“, “emails_delivery_period_homework”=>“immediately”,
“emails_delivery_period_events”=>“immediately”,
“emails_delivery_period_signups”=>“immediately”,
“emails_delivery_period_polls”=>“immediately”,
“emails_delivery_period_attachments”=>“i
mmediately”, “emails_delivery_period_advanced_signups”=>“immediately”,
“emails_delivery_period_private_messages”=>“immediately”,
“emails_delivery_period_group_messages”=>“immediately”,
“password”=>”[FILTERED]”, “password_confirmation”=>"
[FILTERED]"}, “commit”=>“Update”}
User Load (0.9ms) SELECT “users”.* FROM “users” WHERE (“users”.“id”
= 1061) LIMIT 1
CACHE (1.1ms) SELECT “users”.* FROM “users” WHERE (“users”.“id” =
1061) LIMIT 1
PrivateMessage Load (1.2ms) SELECT DISTINCT(private_messages.id)
FROM “private_messages” LEFT JOIN private_messages_users mu ON
mu.to_id = 1061 WHERE (((mu.private_message_id = private_messages.id
and mu.to_status = ‘unread’) or (priv
ate_messages.user_id = 1061 and private_messages.user_status =
‘unread’)))
SQL (0.5ms) SELECT COUNT(*) AS count_id FROM “private_messages”
WHERE (“private_messages”.user_id = 1061 AND (message_type = ‘draft’))
SQL (0.6ms) BEGIN
Person Load (0.9ms) SELECT “people”.“id”, “people”.“first”,
“people”.“last”, “people”.“entity_id”, “people”.“user_id” FROM
“people” WHERE (“people”.user_id = 1061) LIMIT 1
UserRole Load (6.1ms) SELECT DISTINCT “user_roles”.role_name FROM
“user_roles” WHERE (“user_roles”.user_id = 1061)
SQL (1.5ms) UPDATE “users” SET “emails_delivery_period” = '—
:daily_logs: :immediately
:homework: :immediately
:events: :immediately
:signups: :immediately
:polls: :immediately
:attachments: :immediately
:advanced_signups: :immediately
:private_messages: :immediately
:group_messages: :immediately
', “perishable_token” = ‘E3B_OlDlnqjs_rzsllHC’, “public_profile” =
‘t’, “updated_at” = ‘2010-11-30 20:34:18.007778’ WHERE (“users”.“id” =
1061)
[paperclip] Saving attachments.
SQL (1.9ms) COMMIT
Redirected to http://127.0.0.1:35066/account
Completed 302 Found in 56ms

Started GET “/account” for 127.0.0.1 at 2010-11-30 22:34:18 +0200
Processing by UsersController#show as HTML
User Load (0.8ms) SELECT “users”.* FROM “users” WHERE (“users”.“id”
= 1061) LIMIT 1
CACHE (0.0ms) SELECT “users”.* FROM “users” WHERE (“users”.“id” =
1061) LIMIT 1
PrivateMessage Load (1.1ms) SELECT DISTINCT(private_messages.id)
FROM “private_messages” LEFT JOIN private_messages_users mu ON
mu.to_id = 1061 WHERE (((mu.private_message_id = private_messages.id
and mu.to_status = ‘unread’) or (private_messages.user_id = 1061 and
private_messages.user_status = ‘unread’)))
SQL (0.7ms) SELECT COUNT() AS count_id FROM “private_messages”
WHERE (“private_messages”.user_id = 1061 AND (message_type = ‘draft’))
User Load (1.1ms) SELECT “users”.
FROM “users” WHERE
(“users”.“login” IS NULL) LIMIT 1
CACHE (0.0ms) SELECT “users”.* FROM “users” WHERE (“users”.“login”
IS NULL) LIMIT 1
Notification Load (1.0ms) SELECT “notifications”.* FROM
“notifications” WHERE (“notifications”.“user_id” = 1061) AND
(“notifications”.“deleted_at” IS NULL) AND (“notifications”.“region” =
‘top’) ORDER BY type DESC, created_at DESC
Rendered partials/_notifications.html.haml (12.0ms)
Person Load (0.7ms) SELECT “people”.“id”, “people”.“first”,
“people”.“last”, “people”.“entity_id”, “people”.“user_id” FROM
“people” WHERE (“people”.user_id = 1061) LIMIT 1
Rendered users/show.html.haml within layouts/application (54.8ms)
Completed in 109ms

Started GET “/account” for 127.0.0.1 at 2010-11-30 22:34:18 +0200
Processing by UsersController#show as HTML
User Load (0.9ms) SELECT “users”.* FROM “users” WHERE (“users”.“id”
= 1061) LIMIT 1
CACHE (0.1ms) SELECT “users”.* FROM “users” WHERE (“users”.“id” =
1061) LIMIT 1
PrivateMessage Load (1.7ms) SELECT DISTINCT(private_messages.id)
FROM “private_messages” LEFT JOIN private_messages_users mu ON
mu.to_id = 1061 WHERE (((mu.private_message_id = private_messages.id
and mu.to_status = ‘unread’) or (private_messages.user_id = 1061 and
private_messages.user_status = ‘unread’)))
SQL (2.2ms) SELECT COUNT() AS count_id FROM “private_messages”
WHERE (“private_messages”.user_id = 1061 AND (message_type = ‘draft’))
User Load (0.7ms) SELECT “users”.
FROM “users” WHERE
(“users”.“login” IS NULL) LIMIT 1
CACHE (0.0ms) SELECT “users”.* FROM “users” WHERE (“users”.“login”
IS NULL) LIMIT 1
Notification Load (1.4ms) SELECT “notifications”.* FROM
“notifications” WHERE (“notifications”.“user_id” = 1061) AND
(“notifications”.“deleted_at” IS NULL) AND (“notifications”.“region” =
‘top’) ORDER BY type DESC, created_at DESC
Rendered partials/_notifications.html.haml (12.4ms)
Person Load (0.9ms) SELECT “people”.“id”, “people”.“first”,
“people”.“last”, “people”.“entity_id”, “people”.“user_id” FROM
“people” WHERE (“people”.user_id = 1061) LIMIT 1
Rendered users/show.html.haml within layouts/application (31.8ms)
Completed in 160ms

Started GET “/account” for 127.0.0.1 at 2010-11-30 22:34:18 +0200
Processing by UsersController#show as HTML
User Load (2.1ms) SELECT “users”.* FROM “users” WHERE (“users”.“id”
= 1061) LIMIT 1
CACHE (1.0ms) SELECT “users”.* FROM “users” WHERE (“users”.“id” =
1061) LIMIT 1
PrivateMessage Load (1.8ms) SELECT DISTINCT(private_messages.id)
FROM “private_messages” LEFT JOIN private_messages_users mu ON
mu.to_id = 1061 WHERE (((mu.private_message_id = private_messages.id
and mu.to_status = ‘unread’) or (private_messages.user_id = 1061 and
private_messages.user_status = ‘unread’)))
SQL (1.4ms) SELECT COUNT() AS count_id FROM “private_messages”
WHERE (“private_messages”.user_id = 1061 AND (message_type = ‘draft’))
User Load (1.0ms) SELECT “users”.
FROM “users” WHERE
(“users”.“login” IS NULL) LIMIT 1
CACHE (0.0ms) SELECT “users”.* FROM “users” WHERE (“users”.“login”
IS NULL) LIMIT 1
Notification Load (1.0ms) SELECT “notifications”.* FROM
“notifications” WHERE (“notifications”.“user_id” = 1061) AND
(“notifications”.“deleted_at” IS NULL) AND (“notifications”.“region” =
‘top’) ORDER BY type DESC, created_at DESC
Rendered partials/_notifications.html.haml (12.5ms)
Person Load (1.0ms) SELECT “people”.“id”, “people”.“first”,
“people”.“last”, “people”.“entity_id”, “people”.“user_id” FROM
“people” WHERE (“people”.user_id = 1061) LIMIT 1
Rendered users/show.html.haml within layouts/application (39.0ms)
Completed in 66ms

On Tue, Nov 30, 2010 at 3:45 PM, yurokle [email protected] wrote:

When I’m executing cucumber tests, I noticed that sometimes rails app
(in test env.) getting several the same requests (GET or POST) usually
around 3, and it doesn’t render anything with empty HTTP status code.
Have anyone met something similar to that issue?

What do your cucumber tests look like?

In this case they are pretty simple:
just going to some page, checking a checkbox and pressing submit
button.
But I’m not sure if scenarios can be the issue here, cos I’m getting
the same issue for two next cases:
BASIC SCENARIO:
Scenario: User makes his profile public
Given I am logged in
And I am on my account edit page
When I check “Allow my profile to be visible to anonymous users
and search engines”
And I press “Update”
Then I should be on my account page
And I should see “Account updated!”

ANOTHER SCENARIO:
Scenario: User makes his profile public
Given I am logged in
And I am on my account edit page
When I am waiting for some time
Then I should be on my account page
And I should see “Account updated!”
(in this case, when step “When I am waiting for some time” is being
executed I do everything the same by myself, but the issue is still
present)

Any resolution here? I am running into the same issue with rails 2.3.11.

Nope, man. Still nothing… :frowning:

2011/3/24 Alex Ct [email protected]

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