问题描述:

I'm converting my application over to use factories instead of fixtures with Factory_Girl_Rails. I have the following factory defined:

factory :requirement do

sequence(:reqTitle) {|t| "Test Requirement #{t}"}

ignore do

categoryName " "

categoryAbbr " "

end

reqText "This is a test general requirement for the purpose of, um, testing things"

status "Approved"

factory :reqWithCat do

category

end

factory :reqWithNamedCat do

category {create(:category, catName: categoryName, catAbbr: categoryAbbr)}

end

factory :reqFromUserRequirement do

user_requirement

end

end

Then, in the setup section, I run the following snippet:

(0..5).each do |x|

requirement = create(:reqWithCat)

requirement.ind_requirements {|ir| [create(:ind_requirements)]}

end

(0..5).each do |x|

create(:reqWithNamedCat, categoryName: "User Interface", categoryAbbr: "UI")

end

However, my tests are failing, apparently because records aren't being created (for instance, the index test on the requirements controller tells me that there 0 records returned when there should be 10). I run the tests in debug mode, and discover that every requirement created has the exact same id value. Also, each record has the same sequence value.

I believe the duplicate records are failing to save, which is why I'm getting a 0 return. However, I can't see what I've set up incorrectly. What am I missing here?

网友答案:

Once I fixed the user factories to create the related many properly, I then discovered that I had written this factory incorrectly based on the way I was defining scopes in my models. Once that was fixed, the "broken" test began working.

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