Kiskot, kurkku, Capybara: istunto ei jatku

original title: "Rails, Cucumber, Capybara: session is not persisted"


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I'm trying to write a test for a feature that relies on some session stored data and my scenario looks like this:

Scenario: Create offer
  Given I am on the start offer page
  When I select "Foo" from "bar"
  And I press "Go on"
  Then I should see "You are going to offer foo"

By using the debugger I found out, that the information is stored in the session correctly, but on every new request I get a fresh session.

Should'nt there be a working session for at least every scenario? Any ideas why this isn't the case?

Thanks in advance, Joe

Versions: Running on rails 2.3.10, cucumber 0.10.0, cucumber-rails 0.3.2, capybara 0.4.1.2



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    We had the problem with loosing the session due to capybara switching the host name in mid-test. The scenario was something like the following:

    # Good
    When I visit some page
    # will call 'http://capybarawhatever/some_page
    And I click the the button
    # will call 'http://capybarawhatever/some_new_page'
    Then I still have the session
    
    # Failing
    When I visit some page
    # will call 'http://capybarawhatever/some_page'
    And I do something that redirects me to "http://newhost.org/new_page"
    And I visit some page
    # No this may go to 'http://newhost.org/some_page
    Then I have lost my session
    

    This may be worth investigating. You can get the current_url in your session, and you may set a new host for capybara using host! 'newhost.org'


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    Some of the drivers don't have a clear way of setting cookies. This is a hacky workaround until they are sorted out:

      def set_cookie(name, value, domain)
        driver = Capybara.current_session.driver rescue nil
    
        return unless driver
    
        case driver
        when Capybara::Driver::RackTest
          driver.set_cookie "#{name}=#{value}"
        when Capybara::Driver::Selenium
          visit '/' # must visit the domain before we can set the cookie
    
          br = driver.browser.send(:bridge)
    
          br.addCookie({
            'name'    => name,
            'domain'  => domain,
            'value'   => value,
            'path'    => '/',
            'expires' => (Time.now + 100.years).to_i
          })
        else
          raise "Unsupported driver #{driver}"
        end
      end
    

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    Possibly this bug?