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Functional Test Director::test always returns 404


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vtsr60

Community Member, 1 Post

11 November 2013 at 2:55am

Hi I am trying out the Unit testing in SilverStripe, I got stuck, I am pretty new to SilverStripe.

My Unit test files looks like this

<?php
class FrontBasicTest extends FunctionalTest {
protected static $fixture_file = 'mysite/tests/FrontBasicTest.yml';

/**
* Test generation of the view
*/
public function testBasicView() {
$response1 = Director::test('about/');
print_r($response1);
die();
}
}
?>

YML File I have put this

Page:
home:
Title: Home
about:
Title: About Us
staff:
Title: Staff
URLSegment: my-staff
Parent: =>Page.about

RedirectorPage:
redirect_home:
RedirectionType: Internal
LinkTo: =>Page.home

I tried different things, but I always get 404 error page as the Print output.

But If I access the admin page it working as expected, for example 'admin/pages' is returning login page.

My main aim to to grab HTML of the front site page and check for particular div present, So Please let me know what I am doing worng, How can I grab the HTML of the front site page in unit test.

Thank you
Raj

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Dynamic

Community Member, 2 Posts

13 November 2015 at 2:51pm

Hi Raj,
This seems to be like your caching issue or environment variable issue.

Check your _ss_environment file,php Grant all privileges to the user of your database.

Try deleting your cache from /tmp/ folder.
Run dev/build/?flush=1

And then run phpunit from command line using sudo root user
If you are working on ubuntu => sudo -u www:data phpunit path/to/file

See if this helps.

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Rob Clarkson

Community Member, 26 Posts

31 May 2016 at 1:12pm

I've had this and your pages are not published. The solution is to publish all your pages, or use the draft pages with this call

$this->useDraftSite();