webgriffe/functional-test-trait

Trait which enables functional testing in Magento with EcomDev_PHPUnit and using a CgiHttpKernel.

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README

Trait which enables functional testing in Magento with EcomDev_PHPUnit and using a CgiHttpKernel.

Installation

Import it using Composer (note, it's a dev dependency):

$ composer require --dev webgriffe/functional-test-trait

Usage

The suggested usage of this trait is in combination with EcomDev_PHPUnit and the Webgriffe's Magento Config Extension. So, first of all, add these dependencies to your Magento project:

$ composer require --dev webgriffe/functional-test-trait ecomdev/ecomdev_phpunit
$ composer require webgriffe/config-extension

Another suggested dependency is symfony/css-selector, which allows to select DOM elements using CSS selectors in your functional tests:

$ composer require --dev symfony/css-selector

Then setup your test suite as usual with EcomDev_PHPUnit.

Also you can add a <testsuite> node to your phpunit.xml.dist to group your functional tests in a dedicated test suite:

<testsuite name="My Project Functional Test Suite">
    <directory suffix="Test.php">tests</directory>
</testsuite>

Also, to avoid session issues, you should make sure that the base_url is always the same during tests setup and tests run. You can do this by setting the MAGE_ENVIRONMENT server variable through your phpunit.xml.dist:

<php>
    <server name="MAGE_ENVIRONMENT" value="test" />
</php>

And then set the base_url with the override configuration file for that environment (app/etc/config-override.test.xml.dist), with the content:

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<config>
    <default>
        <web>
            <secure>
                <base_url>http://url-functional.test/</base_url>
            </secure>
            <unsecure>
                <base_url>http://url-functional.test/</base_url>
            </unsecure>
        </web>
    </default>
</config>

Now you're ready to write your first Magento functional test. Put a test your tests/ directory. For example, HomepageTest.php:

<?php
	
class HomepageTest extends EcomDev_PHPUnit_Test_Case_Controller
{
    use Webgriffe_FunctionalTest_Trait;
	
    /**
     * @loadFixture category.yaml
     */
    public function testHome()
    {
        $client = self::createClient();
        $crawler = $client->request('GET', '/');
	
        $this->assertTrue($client->getResponse()->isSuccessful());
        $this->assertContains('Default welcome msg!', $crawler->filter('div.welcome-msg')->text());
        $this->assertCount(1, $crawler->filter('ul.nav.mega-menu'));
        $categoryLink = $crawler->filter('ul.nav.mega-menu')->filter('li')->eq(0)->filter('a');
        $this->assertCount(1, $categoryLink);
        $this->assertContains('My Category', $categoryLink->text());
	
        $crawler = $client->click($categoryLink->link());
	
        $this->assertTrue($client->getResponse()->isSuccessful());
        $this->assertContains('My Category', $crawler->filter('div.page-title h1')->text());
    }
}

It's important that your test extends the EcomDev_PHPUnit_Test_Case_Controller class to correctly load Magento's frontend area configuration.

As you may notice there is the @loadFixture annotation which loads data from category.yaml file located at tests/HomepageTest/fixtures/category.yaml which content could be:

eav:
  catalog_category:
    - entity_id: 3
      name: My Category
      parent_id: 2
      path: 1/2/3
      level: 2
      url_key: my-category
      is_active: 1
      include_in_menu: 1

Multiple website supported

If you want you can create a client for different websites:

$secondaryWebsite = Mage::app()->getWebsite('otherwebsite');
$client = self::createClient($secondaryWebsite);

This will use the secondary website base URL and sets the MAGE_RUN_TYPE and MAGE_RUN_CODE environment variables.

Test debug with xDebug

Sometimes you need to debug your application during functional test execution. To do so you create an xDebug enabled client by passing true to the createClient() method:

$client = self::createClient(true);

Don't forget to configure the XDEBUG_SESSION cookie value in your app/etc/local.xml file according your IDE settings. For example for PHPStorm on MAC this value should be PHPSTORM:

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<config>
	<!-- ... -->
	<phpunit>
        <functional>
            <xdebug_session>PHPSTORM</xdebug_session>
        </functional>
    </phpunit>
</config>

Open response in browser

Sometimes is useful to open last response returned by Magento in your browser for further analysis. To do so you can use the openResponseInBrowser() method, for example:

$client = self::createClient();
$client->request('GET', '/');
self::openResponseInBrowser($client)

This will dump the last response's content in a temporary file and opens it with a system command. Don't forget to configure the open file in browser command for your system in the app/etc/local.xml (the %s placeholder will be replaced with the temporary file path). For example on MAC you can use open %s:

<?xml version="1.0"?>
<config>
	<!-- ... -->
	<phpunit>
        <functional>
            <open_browser_command>open %s</open_browser_command>
        </functional>
    </phpunit>
</config>

Different front controller

It's also possible to specify an alternative front controller instead of index.php. This is extremely useful when you have to serve static file through the front controller get.php provided by Magento:

$staticFilesClient = self::createClient(null, false, 'test', 'get.php');
$staticFilesClient->request('GET', '/path/to/media/file.jpg');

License

This library is under the MIT license. See the complete license in the LICENSE file.

Credits

Developed by Webgriffe®. Please, report to us any bug or suggestion by GitHub issues.