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Ruby

Assign a user friendship failure

In the accepting friendships video of the adding states lesson, I get this failure at the beginning of the video when we added the should assign a user_friendship test the the when logged in context of the #accept context of the user friendships controller test. 1) Failure: test: #accept when logged in should assign a user_friendship. (UserFriendshipsControllerTest) [test/functional/user_friendships_controller_test.rb:182]: Failed assertion, no message given.

My #accept context reads as follows:

context "#accept" do
    context "when not logged in" do
        should "redirect to the login page" do
            put :accept, id: 1
            assert_response :redirect
            assert_redirected_to login_path
        end
    end 

    context "when logged in" do
        setup do
            @user_friendship = create(:pending_user_friendship, user: users(:jason))
            sign_in users(:jason)
            put :accept, id: @user_friendship
            @user_friendship.reload
        end

        should "assign a user_friendship" do
            assert assigns(:user_friendship)
            assert_equal @user_friendship, assigns(:user_friendship)
        end
    end
end

and the accept method of user_friendships_controller.rb reads as follows:

def accept
    @user_friendships = current_user.user_friendships.find(params[:id])
    redirect_to user_friendships_path
end

Jason also edited the routes file, so here is the user_friendships resource:

resources :user_friendships do
    member do
      put :accept
    end
end

1 Answer

Jason Seifer
STAFF
Jason Seifer
Treehouse Guest Teacher

Hey Charles Tobias you have a typo in your "accept" method. It should be

    @user_friendship = current_user.user_friendships.find(params[:id])

Hope that helps!