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Running callbacks in rspec


Running callbacks in rspec

By : user2953480
Date : November 21 2020, 01:01 AM
hop of those help? Instead of before_create, try before_validation :set_next_time, on: :create.
If the record doesn't pass validation, the callback wouldn't fire.
code :


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How to test ActiveRecord callbacks with RSpec?

How to test ActiveRecord callbacks with RSpec?


By : Tarun Samvedi
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
I wish this help you You can set a message expectation:
code :
it "should touch the discussion" do
  post = Factory.build(:post)
  post.discussion.should_receive(:touch)
  post.save!
end
rspec - testing validations and want to turn off callbacks

rspec - testing validations and want to turn off callbacks


By : Synactive Inc.
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
wish helps you I have a model with a relationship like this: , Here's an idea:
Code
code :
class ActiveRecord::Base
  def self.without_callback(callback, &block)
    method = self.send(:instance_method, callback)
    self.send(:remove_method, callback)
    self.send(:define_method, callback) {true}
    yield
    self.send(:remove_method, callback)
    self.send(:define_method, callback, method)
  end
end 
Item.without_callback(:before_save) do
    mi = Item.create(:header => "").should_not be_valid
end
Rspec mock state_machine callbacks

Rspec mock state_machine callbacks


By : user3515581
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
it should still fix some issue I have a state machine coded with the old and unmaintained state_machine gem (https://github.com/pluginaweek/state_machine). , Ok, I finally found the solution.
This is the solution :
code :
MyClass
  .state_machines[:state_machine_name]
  .callbacks
  .flat_map{ |k, callbackArray| callbackArray }
  .find_all{ |callback|
    callback.instance_variable_get('@methods').any? { |callback_method_proc|
      /my_class/.match callback_method_proc.to_s
    }
  }.map{ |our_callback|
    allow(our_callback.branch).to receive(:if_condition).and_return(lambda {false})
  }
MyClass
  .state_machines[:state_machine_name]
  .callbacks
MyClass
  .state_machines[:state_machine_name]
  .callbacks
  .flat_map{ |k, callbackArray| callbackArray }
MyClass
  .state_machines[:state_machine_name]
  .callbacks
  .flat_map{ |k, callbackArray| callbackArray }
  .find_all{ |callback|
    callback.instance_variable_get('@methods').any? { |callback_method_proc|
      /my_class/.match callback_method_proc.to_s
    }
  }
MyClass
  .state_machines[:state_machine_name]
  .callbacks
  .flat_map{ |k, callbackArray| callbackArray }
  .find_all{ |callback|
    callback.instance_variable_get('@methods').any? { |callback_method_proc|
      /my_class/.match callback_method_proc.to_s
    }
  }.map{ |our_callback|
    allow(our_callback.branch).to receive(:if_condition).and_return(lambda {false})
  }
Running rspec test in RubyMine gets `bin/rspec:2: `$(' is not allowed as a global variable name`

Running rspec test in RubyMine gets `bin/rspec:2: `$(' is not allowed as a global variable name`


By : Nikodem Crewpynsky
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
help you fix your problem For anyone who has this same question...what I ended up doing was, a friend of mine showed me to rename rspec to rspec.rb so it can actually just be run as ruby. And then change it's contents to this:
code :
require 'pathname'
ENV['BUNDLE_GEMFILE'] ||= File.expand_path("../../Gemfile",
  Pathname.new(__FILE__).realpath)

require 'rubygems'
require 'bundler/setup'

load Gem.bin_path('rspec-core', 'rspec')
testing callbacks after_update rspec

testing callbacks after_update rspec


By : asmodi
Date : March 29 2020, 07:55 AM
hope this fix your issue Thank you to yzalavin response. the code that is finally working fine is:
Hooks
code :
context 'Hooks' do
  let(:client) { build(:client) }
  let(:user) { build(:user) }
  let!(:users) { create_list(:user, 2, clients: [client]) } 
  it 'erasable client field should be false after of an user create' do
    user.clients.count == 1
    user.clients[0].erasable = true
    user.run_callbacks :create
    expect(user.clients[0].erasable).to be(false)
  end
  it 'erasable client field should be false after of it is assigned to user' do
    client.erasable = true
    user.run_callbacks :update
    expect(client.reload.erasable).to be(false)
  end
end
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