[rspec-users] controller.should_receive(:render) problem
glenn.goodrich at gmail.com
Mon Jul 12 05:18:17 EDT 2010
My issue is similar to the one in this post:
(which, btw, I could not reply to...only option was "Reply to Author")
where I have a RESTful controller. I want create to redirect/render
the new action if the model fails to save with the supplied form
values. Pretty basic and typical stuff.
In Rails, if I use
then the entered values along with the error_messages on the object
are lost and I can't re-fill the form or list the errors. If I use
render :action => "new"
then I keep all the request data and can use it to fill in form, etc.
In my spec, if I use
I get an expectation error that render is never called. This is true
if I remove the .with() as well.
If y'all could let me know either 1) Why my redirect_to vs render
argument is flawed and/or 2) What I am doing wrong in the spec, I'd
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