I have devise 1.5.4 working with rails 3.0.20 and ruby 1.8.7 .
I have extended the destroy action from the RegistrationController, to soft delete users instead of really deleting them from the database.
raise resouce.inspect # this is just to see if the test hits the action
set_flash_message :notice, :destroyed
This is working on the browser.
When I try to write a test to the delete action, I get the test as passed but does not execute the code. Prove of that is I have put a raise on the action and it did not raise it. I have also tried to test the ‘new action’ just to see if it was hitting the right controller on the test and it worked with:
This means the mapping it correct for devise and its hitting the right controller.
But on my test I am doing:
delete :destroy, :profile => active_profile #active_profile is an instance of a factory
which should be the correct thing but it does not hit my action. I have tried a lot of different combinations:
post :destroy, :method => :delete
I have also tried to use a debugger on it and I can see it passes the test without hitting the action.
Can please somebody help me and tell me exactly what’s the right call to this action?