Label Reference of Fixtures

Hi,…

I am having trouble with label reference in fixtures…

I have two fixtures like this :

cars.yml

one:
name: Ferari
two:
name: Volvo

drivers.yml

one:
name: Stall
car: Ferari

‘Drivers’ table have a ‘belongs_to’ clause to the ‘cars’ table, vice
versa with ‘has_many’

Evertime i am running my test, and access the ‘drivers(:one).car’, I
always get nil result.

Can some one tell me where my mistake?

Thanks in advance,

On Oct 14, 8:34 am, Stallion [email protected] wrote:

name: Volvo

drivers.yml

one:
name: Stall
car: Ferari

‘Drivers’ table have a ‘belongs_to’ clause to the ‘cars’ table, vice
versa with ‘has_many’

That should be car: one - You reference the fixture label, not any of
the data inside it.

Fred

2009/10/14 Stallion [email protected]:

Hi,…

I am having trouble with label reference in fixtures…

I have two fixtures like this :

cars.yml

one:
 name: Ferari

This should be
Ferari:
name: Ferari

two:
 name: Volvo

drivers.yml

one:
 name: Stall
 car: Ferari

The Ferari here refers to Ferari: above, not to the name field, which
is a column in the db. They need not be the same.

Colin

On Wed, Oct 14, 2009 at 4:55 AM, Frederick C.
[email protected] wrote:

two:

That should be car: one - You reference the fixture label, not any of
the data inside it.

And I’d recommend making the ‘ids’ more intention revealing

cars.yml

luigis_car:
name: Ferari
svens_car:
name: Volvo

drivers.yml

luigi:
name: Stall
car: luigis_car


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