Route_for testing multiple request methods


#1

Hi,

I’m trying to use route_for to test my routes. I have two routes that
have
the same path, but different request methods.

map.with_options :controller => ‘contact’ do |c|
c.contact ‘contact.html’, :action => ‘index’,
:conditions => {:method => :get}
c.process_contact_form ‘contact.html’, :action => ‘process_form’,
:conditions => {:method => :post}
End

My test is:

it "should map  {:controller => 'contact', :action => 

‘process_form’} to
/contact.html" do
route_for(:controller => ‘contact’, :action =>
‘process_form’).should

  '/contact.html'
end # it should map  {:controller => 'contact', :action =>

‘process_form’} to /contact.html

The error:

Test::Unit::AssertionFailedError in ‘ContactController route generation
should map {:controller => ‘contact’, :action => ‘process_form’} to
/contact.html’
The recognized options <{“action”=>“index”, “controller”=>“contact”}>
did
not match <{“action”=>“process_form”, “controller”=>“contact”}>,
difference:
<{“action”=>“process_form”}>

Is this a bug, or am I doing something wrong? It works when I use
assert_generates, so I think the routes are correct.

Brandon


#2

On Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 2:08 AM, Brandon O.
removed_email_address@domain.invalid wrote:

End

assert_generates, so I think the routes are correct.
assert_recognizes, however, will fail in the same way :slight_smile:

Try:

route_for(:controller => ‘contact’, :action => ‘index’)
.should == {:path => ‘/contact.html’, :method => :get}

route_for(:controller => ‘contact’, :action => ‘process_form’)
.should == {:path => ‘/contact.html’, :method => :post}

The default is :method => :get, so the first doesn’t require the
:method in the hash:

route_for(:controller => ‘contact’, :action => ‘index’)
.should == :method => :get