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Project: Lurker 0.6.6

test endpoint

If your API is stable and the new code isn't breaking it
you'll see nothing special, just passing specs

NOTE: the second request example is expecting a successful response and it is,
but specs are NOT passing because of nonsufficient name parameter

NOTE: the third response example is expecting a successful response and it is,
but specs are NOT passing because of nonsufficient role attribute

Background
Given
a file named "lurker/api/v1/users/__id-PATCH.json.yml" with:
---
prefix: 'users management'
description: 'user updating'
requestParameters:
  properties:
    id:
      type: integer
      example: 1
    user:
      type: object
      properties:
        name:
          type: string
          example: Bob
responseCodes:
- status: 400
  successful: true
  description: ''
- status: 200
  successful: true
  description: ''
responseParameters:
  properties:
    id:
      type: integer
      example: 1
    name:
      type: string
      example: Bob
    surname:
      type: string
      example: Marley
extensions:
  path_info: "/api/v1/users/1"
  method: PATCH
  path_params:
    action: update
    controller: api/v1/users
    id: 1
Scenarios
json schema tests request and response using "users/update"
Given
a file named "spec/controllers/api/v1/users_controller_spec.rb" with:
require "spec_helper"

describe Api::V1::UsersController, :lurker do
  render_views

  let(:user) do
    User.where(name: 'razum2um').first_or_create!
  end

  it "updates a user" do
    patch :update, id: user.id, user: { name: 'Bob' }
    expect(response).to be_success
  end
end
When
I run bin/rspec spec/controllers/api/v1/users_controller_spec.rb
Then
the example should pass
json schema tests request parameters and tell what fails using "users/update"
Given
a file named "spec/controllers/api/v1/users_controller_spec.rb" with:
require "spec_helper"

describe Api::V1::UsersController, :lurker do
  render_views

  let(:user) do
    User.where(name: 'razum2um').first_or_create!
  end

  it "updates a user" do
    patch :update, id: user.id, user: { name: 1 }, format: 'json'
    expect(response).to be_success
  end
end
When
I run bin/rspec spec/controllers/api/v1/users_controller_spec.rb
Then
the output should contain failures:
Lurker::ValidationError:
  Response
    The property '#/name' of type Fixnum did not match the following type: string

1 example, 1 failure
json schema tests response parameters and tell what fails using "users/update"
Given
a file named "spec/controllers/api/v1/users_controller_blank_spec.rb" with:
require "spec_helper"

describe Api::V1::UsersController, :lurker do
  render_views

  let(:user) do
    User.where(name: 'razum2um').first_or_create!
  end

  it "updates a user" do
    patch :update, id: user.id, user: { name: '' }, format: 'json'
    expect(response).not_to be_success
  end
end
When
I run bin/rspec spec/controllers/api/v1/users_controller_blank_spec.rb
Then
the output should contain failures:
Lurker::ValidationError:
  Response
    The property '#/' contains additional properties ["errors"]

1 example, 1 failure

Last published over 1 year ago by razum2um.