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[HELP solved] undefiend method 'mutual_friendship' - Adding State > Destroying Friendships
I followed the video 'Destroying Friendships' (up to 3:10) I got error when trying to pass the test (context "#delete_mutual_friendship!" do) But I don't know what I am doing wrong, please help me.
test: #delete_mutual_friendship! should delete the mutual friendship. (UserFriendshipTest): NoMethodError: undefined method `mutual_friendship' for nil:NilClass test/unit/user_friendship_test.rb:117:in `block (2 levels) in <class:UserFriendshipTest>' /usr/local/rvm/gems/ruby-1.9.3-p194/gems/shoulda-context- 1.0.2/lib/shoulda/context/context.rb:398:in `call' /usr/local/rvm/gems/ruby-1.9.3-p194/gems/shoulda-context- 1.0.2/lib/shoulda/context/context.rb:398:in `block in create_test_from_should_hash' /usr/local/rvm/gems/ruby-1.9.3-p194/gems/mocha- 0.10.5/lib/mocha/integration/mini_test/version_230_to_262.rb:28:in `run'
My code (user_friendship_test.rb):
context "#delete_mutual_friendship!" do setup do UserFriendship.request users(:john), users(:jim) friendship1 = users(:john).user_friendships.where(friend_id: users(:jim).id).first friendship2 = users(:jim).user_friendships.where(friend_id: users(:john).id).first end should "delete the mutual friendship" do assert_equal @friendship2, @friendship1.mutual_friendship @friendship1.delete_mutual_friendship! assert !UserFriendship.exists?(@friendship2.id) end end
def delete_mutual_friendship! mutual_friendship.delete end
Jason SeiferTreehouse Guest Teacher
Try putting @ signs in front of your friendship variables:
@friendship1 = @friendship2 =
That will give you access to the variables in the later tests.
It worked perfect, thank you Jason!