[rspec-users] 'Missing template' when using send_data to render response

David Chelimsky dchelimsky at gmail.com
Mon Mar 16 09:28:23 EDT 2009


2009/3/16 Chris Mear <chrismear at gmail.com>:
> Hi there,
> Just upgraded to Rails 2.3/RSpec 1.2.0, and I've got a controller that uses
> send_data to render a response. In the controller spec, I have:
> controller.should_receive(:send_data).with(...)
> The send_data method calls 'render' internally, but obviously when I
> stub/mock out the send_data method this doesn't get called. So, with the
> changes to controller/template isolation in 1.2.0, I now get a 'missing
> template' error on this example as the controller tries to render the
> default template.
> Any suggestions to the best way to resolve this? My hunch is that it'll need
> an extension to RenderObserver in rspec-rails, but I'm struggling to do the
> right thing in my first foray into the RSpec source. Or maybe I shouldn't be
> mocking the send_data call at all, but rather then underlying render call?

How about controller.stub!(:render) also? You want
should_receive(:send_data) because that's the spec, right?

> Many thanks,
> Chris Mear
>
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