Subject says it all. Prior to the upgrade my suite of unit and functional tests passed without trouble. Now they are broken. Searching reveals no hints as to why Rails 1.2 causes this. Any input is appreciated. Below is a description of the behavior I'm noticing (code is off the cuff, just to get the point across). 0. Sessions don't seem to move properly between functional test method and the controller method it is testing. Example: assert session[:cars].drivers.size == 1 # Pass! post :delete_driver, :driver_id => session[:cars].drivers.id assert session[:cars].drivers.nil? # Fails! Is still size 1!?! Method delete_driver is supposed to remove the driver with the passed id from session[:cars]. It works perfectly when I step through it while making a post during development. However, when posting from inside the test debugging shows me that session[:cars] is empty immediately upon entering delete_driver. Yet it is size 1 inside the testing method both before and after posting to delete_driver. 1. Save on assignment. Example: appointment=Appointment.find 1 appointment.reminder=Reminder.new Causes Exception: Mysql::Error: Column 'notify' cannot be null: INSERT INTO reminders (`sent_date`, `appointment_id`, `notify`) VALUES(NULL, 1, NULL). It's the second line that causes the exception. I do believe I read somewhere that when adding an object to a collection associated with an already persisted object (like appointment) that Rails will immediately save that new collection member. However, this didn't happen prior to the 1.2 upgrade. Is this new as of 1.2? Other tests are failing but I can't yet describe the failures well (need to debug more). Point #0 is killing me. Please, any help is greatly appreciated. Thanks!
on 2007-01-22 04:00
on 2007-01-24 05:16
Regarding #1, per the API docs for ActiveRecord::Associations::ClassMethods: "Assigning an object to a has_one association automatically saves that object and the object being replaced (if there is one), in order to update their primary keys - except if the parent object is unsaved (new_record? == true)." So #1 is solved, and I've fixed all other tests, but #0 remains