i22/functional-test-bundle

symfony bundle for optimised functional testing with alice and doctrine bundle

2.0.4 2020-03-09 08:04 UTC

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Last update: 2022-01-18 05:20:11 UTC


README

A Symfony bundle to simplify functional testing with the help of AliceBundle.

Table of contents:

Installation

  1. Download the Bundle
$ composer require --dev i22/functional-test-bundle
  1. Enable the Bundle

With Symfony 3.x adding the Bundle to app/AppKernel.php

<?php
 
class AppKernel extends Kernel
{
    public function registerBundles()
    {
        // ...
        if (in_array($this->getEnvironment(), array('dev', 'test'), true)) {
            // ...
            if ('test' === $this->getEnvironment()) {
                $bundles[] = new I22\FunctionalTestBundle\I22FunctionalTestBundle();
            }
        }

        return $bundles;
    }
    
    // ...
}

With Symfony 4.x adding the Bundle to config/bundles.php
(Should be done with auto-configuration, but activated for all environments)

<?php 
 
return [
    // ...
    I22\FunctionalTestBundle\I22FunctionalTestBundle::class => ['test' => true],
];

Basic usage

Loading fixtures for each test class

Instead of setting up the database with one big fixture file for all tests you can define seperate small fixture-sets customized for your test case.

Setup your Test Class to extend from WebTestCase

<?php

use I22\FunctionalTestBundle\Test\WebTestCase;

class MyControllerTest extends WebTestCase
{
    
}

In order to load your customized fixtures automatically place a fixture folder with your fixtures beneath your test file

.
└── tests/
    ├── ...
    └── Controller/
        └── MyControllerTest/
              ├── fixtures/
              ├   ├── users.yaml 
              ├   ├── ...
              └── MyControllerTest.php

If you want do define from where to load your fixtures, you can override the method getFixtureFilePaths()

  <?php
  
  use I22\FunctionalTestBundle\Test\WebTestCase;
  
  class MyControllerTest extends WebTestCase
  {
      protected function getFixtureFilePaths() : array
      {
          return [
              __DIR__.'/../../global-fixtures/users.yaml',                
          ];
      }
  }

Authorize User

in case u need to authorize a user for your functional test, you can use the UserAuthorizationTrait to login the user.

    <?php
    
    use I22\FunctionalTestBundle\Security\Authorization\UserAuthorizationTrait;
    use I22\FunctionalTestBundle\Test\WebTestCase;
    
    class MyControllerTest extends WebTestCase
    {
        use UserAuthorizationTrait;
        
        public function setUp()
            {
                parent::setUp();
                $user = $this->getDoctrine()->getRepository('App:User')->findOneBy(['email' => 'test@i22.de']);
                $this->login($user);
            }
    }

the login method assumes that your firewall is named 'default'. in other cases use the second argument of the login method to specify how your firewall is named.

No Translator - working with translation keys

the bundle autoconfigures a FakeTranslator in test environment as the @default.translator service, so that instead of translating your translation keys, the translator will respond the original key.

for testing purpose it is usefull to test against the key instead of changing translations.

if you want to disable this feature, change the default configuration as follows:

#config/packages/test/i22_functional_test.yaml
 
i22_functional_test:
    use_fake_translator: false

Disabled auto csrf protection for forms

the bundle autoconfigures the symfony form with disabling the auto protection of forms instead of disabling the whole csrf protection services. so you are able to still use the csrf token manager to generate and use tokens for validation, but it simplifies the form post handling, because you dont need to add the _token value

if you want to disable this feature, change the default configuration as follows:

  #config/packages/test/i22_functional_test.yaml
   
  i22_functional_test:
      disable_csrf_form_protection: false