I need help…
I want to run test:unit in controller and the result will show on view… Any body can help me???
anton effendi wrote:
I want to run test:unit in controller and the result will show on view..... Any body can help me???
Wu You Duan
(BTW which one are you?)
You can run a script from the view like this:
<pre><%=h `rake test:units` %></pre>
However, why would you do such a thing? Unit tests should run while you edit, before you manually test in development mode, and way before production mode.
I want to make monitoring 1 site…
I don’t have idea about it… so I think that is idea for solve…
do you have idea???
Here's a reason for running tests from a controller: Testing the
implementation of a 3rd party API.
I have a Rails app that sends RESTful requests to a third party who is
implementing the interface. The third party may or may not be using
Rails. I want to allow the third party to run our test suite and have
access to the test results so that they can verify their
I haven't implemented the interface yet, but this is a step in the
right direction for me.