Integration tests - 1.1

Iâ??m using the new 1.1 integration test facilityâ?¦ Iâ??m trying to write a
test that sees if a controller redirects to the correct place and
preserves the query string.

Hereâ??s the code:

class LoginRedirectTest < ActionController::IntegrationTest

def test_non_admin_auth

request_uri = "/datafeed/event/report?blah=blah"

get(request_uri)

follow_redirect!

assert_response :success

status = post("/login/authenticate", :login_info => {:user_name => 

“blah”, :password => “blah”})

follow_redirect!

assert_response :success

user = session[:user]

assert !user.nil?

puts response[“REQUEST_URI”]

assert_equal(request_uri, response [“REQUEST_URI”])

end

The last two lines donâ??t workâ?¦ I can see REQUEST_URL in the @attributes
of the response and it contains the correct uri
("/datafeed/event/report?blah=blah"), but I canâ??t figure out how to
access it. I also havenâ??t been able to locate the source code for the
response (CgiResponse). Can someone point me in the right direction?

Thanks,

phil

Phil,

Do you mean “request”? The response object doesn’t encapsulate a
request_uri attribute. With the request object, you can do:

request.request_uri

In general, the request environment can be accessed via:

request.env

(That’s a Hash instance.)

Hope that helps,

Jamis

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