Problems with integration test

Hi guys,

I’m writing a integration test and i’m still have problems with a form
field.
The RSpec continues to show me a message bellow:

Failure/Error: fill_in :password_confirmation, :with =>
@attr[:password_confirmation]
Webrat::NotFoundError:
Could not find field: :password_confirmation

But the field is there, look the field code:

<%= f.label :password_confirmation %> <%= f.password_field :password_confirmation %>

This field create the follow HTML code for me:

Password confirmation

And it works fine when I use the browser.

Please, Has anybody idea of what’s happening?

Att,

Pablo Lacerda de Miranda
[email protected]
+55 11 8701-1086

On 2 May 2011 13:53, Pablo L. de Miranda [email protected]
wrote:

But the field is there, look the field code:

And it works fine when I use the browser.

Please, Has anybody idea of what’s happening?

Webrat only sees the generated HTML, not the view code. In particular,
it finds the field based on either the text of an associated label, or
the ‘name’ attribute of the field:

http://rdoc.info/github/brynary/webrat/master/Webrat/Scope:fill_in

In your case, the text of the associated label is “Password
confirmation” and the ‘name’ attribute of the field is
“subdomain[password_confirmation]” (which you can check by looking at
the generated HTML). So you need to pass one of those to the ‘fill_in’
method.

Chris

Hi Chris,

Thank your for your explanation, but I have a doubt about this. I’m
printing the method test bellow:
it “should create a new account” do
lambda do
visit new_subdomain_path
response.should render_template(‘subdomains/new’)
fill_in :nome, :with => @attr[:name]
fill_in :responsavel, :with => @attr[:responsable]
fill_in :email, :with => @attr[:email]
fill_in :password, :with => @attr[:password]
fill_in :password_confirmation, :with =>
@attr[:password_confirmation]
click_button
end.should change(Subdomain, :count).by(1)
end

My test recognize all the field except the password confirmation
field, why? This is why I can’t sleep, why just this field in
particular?

Thanks,

Pablo

Chris,

Thank you man, I replaced all my symbol for field name references, and
worked fine.

Pablo

On 2 May 2011, at 18:04, “Pablo L. de Miranda” [email protected]
wrote:

     fill_in :email, :with => @attr[:email]
     fill_in :password, :with => @attr[:password]
     fill_in :password_confirmation, :with => @attr[:password_confirmation]
     click_button
   end.should change(Subdomain, :count).by(1)
 end

My test recognize all the field except the password confirmation
field, why? This is why I can’t sleep, why just this field in
particular?

Probably because that’s the only attribute with a two-word name. Webrat
is matching the others based on their label (because ‘email’ and ‘Email’
match case-insensitively), but ‘password_confirmation’ and ‘Password
confirmation’ do not match, because ‘_’ != ’ '.

Chris

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