Test not rolling back

For testing, I use:

self.use_transactional_fixtures = true

This should cause a ROLLBACK for each test case. If I run a single
file, foo_controller_test.rb, it works as expected. I see BEGIN and
ROLLBACK 8 times in the log files. But if I run:

rake test:functionals

I get 3 COMMITs, 196 BEGINS and 193 ROLLBACKs. The code in fixtures.rb
that deals with this is :

  def teardown_with_fixtures
    return unless defined?(ActiveRecord::Base) && !

ActiveRecord::Base.configurations.blank?
# Rollback changes if a transaction is active.
if use_transactional_fixtures? &&
Thread.current[‘open_transactions’] != 0
ActiveRecord::Base.connection.rollback_db_transaction
Thread.current[‘open_transactions’] = 0
end
ActiveRecord::Base.verify_active_connections!
end

and I found that Thread.current[‘open_transactions’] equals zero in
these cases.

anyone else encounter this or see something I’m missing? I guess I’ll
need to try to follow the increment/decrement of open_transactions.

On 8 Oct 2007, at 04:26, dailer wrote:

rake test:functionals

I get 3 COMMITs, 196 BEGINS and 193 ROLLBACKs. The code in fixtures.rb
that deals with this is :

This suggests that some of your code is committing transactions.

Fred

On Oct 8, 4:22 am, Frederick C. [email protected]
wrote:

This should cause a ROLLBACK for each test case. If I run a single
Fred
yea, I checked for that, and for creating Threads. Nothing.

Looking at the stacktrace of the call to commit, it appears active
scaffold might have something to do with this. It’s got it’s own
transaction wrapped around this. But it still seems like
Thread.current[‘open_transactions’] should be 1 instead of zero in
fixtures teardown. And certainly the result of running this via “rake
test:functionals” should match the result running the file
individually.

On Oct 8, 8:39 am, dailer [email protected] wrote:

individually.
This was caused by having 2 controller testers with the same class
name (cut/paste bug). Weird. I mean everything worked except the
rollback of one test case. So whatever you do, don’t do that.

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