Why database_cleaner doesn't clean?

I have two models, Sector e Category.
Category has_many :sectors.
I use database_cleaner e rspec call it through this file:

RSpec.configure do |config|
config.before :suite do
DatabaseCleaner.strategy = :transaction
DatabaseCleaner.clean_with :truncation
end
config.before :each do
DatabaseCleaner.start
end
config.after :each do
DatabaseCleaner.clean
end
end

The test for model Sector is:

describe Sector do
before(:each) do
@attr = { :name => “Sector-1” }
end

it “should create a new instance given valid attributes” do
Sector.create!(@attr)
end

it “should require a name” do
no_name_sector = Sector.new(@attr.merge(:name => “”))
no_name_sector.should_not be_valid
end
end

It passes and the db is cleaned.
The test for Category is:

describe Category do
before(:each) do
sector = Sector.make!
@attr = { :name => “Category-1”, :sector => sector}
end

it “should create a new instance given valid attributes” do
Category.create!(@attr)
end

it “should require a name” do
no_name_category = Category.new(@attr.merge(:name => “”))
no_name_category.should_not be_valid
end

it “should require a Sector” do
no_sector_category = Category.new(@attr.merge(:sector => nil))
no_sector_category.should_not be_valid
end
end

Also this test passes but the db is not cleaned and I have 3 Sectors.
Do you know why the db is not cleaned when I run Category test?

REMOVE ME

Try posting a bit of the test.log to seed what is happening to the db

On 2 June 2011 17:15, radhames brito [email protected] wrote:

Try posting a bit of the test.log to seed what is happening to the db

Sorry I’ve found that the problem is when I run autotest.
If I run rspec individually for every controller they passes.
If I run autotest they don’t pass.
For sector controller test I’ve posted the code, if I run rspec for it
passes.
If I run autotest it says:

SectorsController GET index assigns all sectors as @sectors
Failure/Error: assigns(:sectors).should eq([sector])

   expected [#<Sector id: 2603, name: "Sector-1", created_at:

“2011-06-02 18:20:15”, updated_at: “2011-06-02 18:20:15”>]
got [#<Sector id: 2548, name: “Sector-1”, created_at:
“2011-06-02 18:19:46”, updated_at: “2011-06-02 18:19:46”>, #<Sector
id: 2549, name: “Sector-1”, created_at: “2011-06-02 18:19:46”,
updated_at: “2011-06-02 18:19:46”>, #<Sector id: 2550

etc.

On 2 June 2011 18:25, Mauro [email protected] wrote:

Failure/Error: assigns(:sectors).should eq([sector])

expected [#<Sector id: 2603, name: “Sector-1”, created_at:
“2011-06-02 18:20:15”, updated_at: “2011-06-02 18:20:15”>]
got [#<Sector id: 2548, name: “Sector-1”, created_at:
“2011-06-02 18:19:46”, updated_at: “2011-06-02 18:19:46”>, #<Sector
id: 2549, name: “Sector-1”, created_at: “2011-06-02 18:19:46”,
updated_at: “2011-06-02 18:19:46”>, #<Sector id: 2550

In the configuration of database_cleaner I’ve changed
DatabaseCleaner.strategy = :transaction to DatabaseCleaner.strategy =
:deletion and when I run autotest now the tests pass.
I’ve to use DatabaseCleaner.strategy = :transaction when I run rspec
individually for every spec and DatabaseCleaner.strategy = :deletion
when I run autotest?

+1 Conrad

On Thu, Jun 2, 2011 at 10:58 AM, Brian [email protected] wrote:

REMOVE ME

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