[rspec-users] authentication mocks
jerry.west at ntlworld.com
Wed May 30 09:22:07 EDT 2007
You should be able to stub the routines a controller uses to check if a
user is logged in, which will allow your controllers to function without
actually requiring you to post login details. Something like
'controller.stub!(:logged_in?).and_return(true)' should suffice. Or you
could stub the before_filter method itself. Check to see what your
code calls behind the scenes. You may find you need to stub routines in
the authentication module depending on what you want to spec (e.g.
action on failing login, action on incorrect authorization, logging in
via cookie, etc).
Jonathan Linowes wrote:
> I'm using restful_authentication
> and have controller specs working using users fixtures (and login_as)
> however i've been trying for hours without success to do it without
> fixtures, using mocks and stubs instead.
> anyone here done this? got code?
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