Should I write a test for an association between two models?
I just found this code in one of my first Rails projects and this doesn't seem correct as not having the association causes an error rather than a failure.
So how and where would I test them correctly?
class VocabTest < ActiveSupport::TestCase
test "Must have 'belongs_to user' association" do
I tend to test associations between models to confirm that I have done all the setup correctly. A really easy way to test associations is with shoulda.
You would be able to make your test files more readable as well
require 'test_helper' class VocabTest < ActiveSupport::TestCase test "associations" do should belong_to :user end end