[rspec-users] Rspec approach to test model
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Wed Feb 11 12:50:05 EST 2009
Nick Hoffman wrote:
> To spec your #activate! , why not do something like this?:
> it 'should activate the user' do
> @user.active.should be_false
> @user.active.should be_true
Thanks for your reply Hoffman :)
I did the same but it gives error like "#23000Duplicate entry
'kkkkk at gmail.com Insert INTO (...) Values(...)".
It should do update not Insert.
But when i try call it with a new instance of user (with no values
assigned to any user attribute) then it works.
it "should activate the user" do
I think i have to erase all the User attributes from "before (:each)"
and only assigned it in Examples which required it. am i right ?
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