Module: RSpec::Rails::Matchers

Included in:
RailsExampleGroup
Defined in:
lib/rspec/rails/matchers.rb,
lib/rspec/rails/matchers/be_valid.rb,
lib/rspec/rails/matchers/be_a_new.rb,
lib/rspec/rails/matchers/active_job.rb,
lib/rspec/rails/matchers/redirect_to.rb,
lib/rspec/rails/matchers/be_new_record.rb,
lib/rspec/rails/matchers/have_rendered.rb,
lib/rspec/rails/matchers/have_http_status.rb,
lib/rspec/rails/matchers/routing_matchers.rb

Overview

Container module for Rails specific matchers.

Defined Under Namespace

Modules: ActiveJob, HaveHttpStatus, RedirectTo, RenderTemplate, RoutingMatchers Classes: BeANew

Instance Method Summary collapse

Instance Method Details

#be_a_new(model_class) ⇒ Object

Passes if actual is an instance of model_class and returns false for persisted?. Typically used to specify instance variables assigned to views by controller actions

Use the with method to specify the specific attributes to match on the new record.

Examples:

get :new
assigns(:thing).should be_a_new(Thing)

post :create, :thing => { :name => "Illegal Value" }
assigns(:thing).should be_a_new(Thing).with(:name => nil)


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# File 'lib/rspec/rails/matchers/be_a_new.rb', line 77

def be_a_new(model_class)
  BeANew.new(model_class)
end

#be_new_recordObject

Passes if actual returns false for persisted?.

Examples:

get :new
expect(assigns(:thing)).to be_new_record


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# File 'lib/rspec/rails/matchers/be_new_record.rb', line 25

def be_new_record
  BeANewRecord.new
end

#be_valid(*args) ⇒ Object

Passes if the given model instance's valid? method is true, meaning all of the ActiveModel::Validations passed and no errors exist. If a message is not given, a default message is shown listing each error.

Examples:

thing = Thing.new
expect(thing).to be_valid


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# File 'lib/rspec/rails/matchers/be_valid.rb', line 44

def be_valid(*args)
  BeValid.new(*args)
end

#have_been_enqueuedObject

Passes if a job has been enqueued. May chain at_least, at_most or exactly to specify a number of times.

Examples:

before { ActiveJob::Base.queue_adapter.enqueued_jobs.clear }

HeavyLiftingJob.perform_later
expect(HeavyLiftingJob).to have_been_enqueued

HelloJob.perform_later
HeavyLiftingJob.perform_later
expect(HeavyLiftingJob).to have_been_enqueued.exactly(:once)

3.times { HelloJob.perform_later }
expect(HelloJob).to have_been_enqueued.at_least(2).times

HelloJob.perform_later
expect(HelloJob).to enqueue_job(HelloJob).at_most(:twice)

HelloJob.perform_later
HeavyLiftingJob.perform_later
expect(HelloJob).to have_been_enqueued
expect(HeavyLiftingJob).to have_been_enqueued

HelloJob.set(wait_until: Date.tomorrow.noon, queue: "low").perform_later(42)
expect(HelloJob).to have_been_enqueued.with(42).on_queue("low").at(Date.tomorrow.noon)


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# File 'lib/rspec/rails/matchers/active_job.rb', line 235

def have_been_enqueued
  check_active_job_adapter
  ActiveJob::HaveBeenEnqueued.new
end

#have_enqueued_job(job = nil) ⇒ Object Also known as: enqueue_job

Passes if a job has been enqueued inside block. May chain at_least, at_most or exactly to specify a number of times.

Examples:

expect {
  HeavyLiftingJob.perform_later
}.to have_enqueued_job

# Using alias
expect {
  HeavyLiftingJob.perform_later
}.to enqueue_job

expect {
  HelloJob.perform_later
  HeavyLiftingJob.perform_later
}.to have_enqueued_job(HelloJob).exactly(:once)

expect {
  3.times { HelloJob.perform_later }
}.to have_enqueued_job(HelloJob).at_least(2).times

expect {
  HelloJob.perform_later
}.to have_enqueued_job(HelloJob).at_most(:twice)

expect {
  HelloJob.perform_later
  HeavyLiftingJob.perform_later
}.to have_enqueued_job(HelloJob).and have_enqueued_job(HeavyLiftingJob)

expect {
  HelloJob.set(wait_until: Date.tomorrow.noon, queue: "low").perform_later(42)
}.to have_enqueued_job.with(42).on_queue("low").at(Date.tomorrow.noon)


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# File 'lib/rspec/rails/matchers/active_job.rb', line 203

def have_enqueued_job(job = nil)
  check_active_job_adapter
  ActiveJob::HaveEnqueuedJob.new(job)
end

#have_http_status(target) ⇒ Object

Passes if response has a matching HTTP status code.

The following symbolic status codes are allowed:

  • Rack::Utils::SYMBOL_TO_STATUS_CODE
  • One of the defined ActionDispatch::TestResponse aliases:
    • :error
    • :missing
    • :redirect
    • :success

Examples:

Accepts numeric and symbol statuses

expect(response).to have_http_status(404)
expect(response).to have_http_status(:created)
expect(response).to have_http_status(:success)
expect(response).to have_http_status(:error)
expect(response).to have_http_status(:missing)
expect(response).to have_http_status(:redirect)

Works with standard response objects and Capybara's page

expect(response).to have_http_status(404)
expect(page).to     have_http_status(:created)

Raises:

  • (ArgumentError)

See Also:



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# File 'lib/rspec/rails/matchers/have_http_status.rb', line 358

def have_http_status(target)
  raise ArgumentError, "Invalid HTTP status: nil" unless target
  HaveHttpStatus.matcher_for_status(target)
end