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Amol DixitAmol Dixit 

Unable to write test Methods.

Hi,

 

I want to write test method for the following class. I have tried a lot but I didn't able to do it.  Code Coverage remains 30% only.

I am not be able to write test methods for save,search and AdvanceSeach methods. Please help.

 

Class :

 

public class EditSubmodulesController {
private ApexPages.StandardController controller {get; set;}
  public List<Submodule__c> searchResults {get;set;}
  public string searchText {get;set;}
 
  // standard controller - could also just use custom controller
  public EditSubmodulesController(ApexPages.StandardController controller) { }
 public EditSubmodulesController()
 {
 
 }
 
  Public String message = System.currentPagereference().getParameters().get('msg');
  // fired when the search button is clicked
  public void search() {
    String qry = 'select Module__r.Name__c,Hours__c,Name__c,Level__c,Link__c,Source_Type__c,module__c from  Submodule__c where Name =:message';
    searchResults = Database.query(qry);

  }
  public void Advancedsearch() {
    String qry = 'select Module__r.Name__c,Hours__c,Name__c,Level__c,Link__c,Source_Type__c,module__c from  Submodule__c where Name =:message where Name LIKE \'%'+searchText+'%\' or Name__c LIKE \'%'+searchText+'%\'';
    searchResults = Database.query(qry);
   
  }
  // fired when the save records button is clicked
  public PageReference save() {
 
    try {
          upsert searchResults;
   
    } Catch (DMLException e) {
      ApexPages.addMessages(e);
      return null;
    }
 return new PageReference('/apex/CRUDSubmodule');
 //   return new PageReference('/'+ApexPages.currentPage().getParameters().get('id'));
  }
 
  // takes user back to main record
  public PageReference cancel() {
    return new PageReference('/apex/CRUDSubmodule');
  }

 

static testMethod void verifyIsEditSubmodules ()
{

       String nextPage='/apex/CRUDSubmodule';
    PageReference pageRef = Page.EditSubmodules;
    Test.setCurrentPage(pageRef);
    EditSubmodulesController controller = new EditSubmodulesController();
    nextPage = controller.cancel().getUrl();
    System.debug('nextPage is'+nextPage);
    System.assertEquals('/apex/CRUDSubmodule',nextPage);
   
}

}

 

Thank you

 

Amol Dixit.

Best Answer chosen by Admin (Salesforce Developers) 
goabhigogoabhigo

You are missing couple of things -

1. The parameter 'msg' in your VF page (you are retreiving in your class Public String message = System.currentPagereference().getParameters().get('msg');), while declaring the page suplly this as a parameter.

2. Org data is not available to test classes from Spring'12 onwards. So better use separate class.

 

@isTest(SeeAllData=true)
private class EditSubmodulesControllerTest {
    static testMethod void myTestMethod() {
      //insert a dummy Submodule__c record
      ApexPages.StandardController setCon;
      PageReference pageRef = Page.EditSubmodules;
      pageRef.getParameters().put('msg',dummyrecord.Name);
      Test.setCurrentPage(pageRef);
      setCon = new ApexPages.StandardController(opp1);
      EditSubmodulesController esc = new EditSubmodulesController  (setCon);
      esc.yourMethod1();
      esc.yourMethod2();
    }
}

 Try removing SeeAllData, and see the results.

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goabhigogoabhigo

You are missing couple of things -

1. The parameter 'msg' in your VF page (you are retreiving in your class Public String message = System.currentPagereference().getParameters().get('msg');), while declaring the page suplly this as a parameter.

2. Org data is not available to test classes from Spring'12 onwards. So better use separate class.

 

@isTest(SeeAllData=true)
private class EditSubmodulesControllerTest {
    static testMethod void myTestMethod() {
      //insert a dummy Submodule__c record
      ApexPages.StandardController setCon;
      PageReference pageRef = Page.EditSubmodules;
      pageRef.getParameters().put('msg',dummyrecord.Name);
      Test.setCurrentPage(pageRef);
      setCon = new ApexPages.StandardController(opp1);
      EditSubmodulesController esc = new EditSubmodulesController  (setCon);
      esc.yourMethod1();
      esc.yourMethod2();
    }
}

 Try removing SeeAllData, and see the results.

This was selected as the best answer
Amol DixitAmol Dixit

Thank you so much for your guidance. It works properly. I wrote,

 

static testMethod void verifyIsEditSubmodules ()
{

 Submodule__c sub=new Submodule__c();
sub.Name__c='Competency';
sub.Hours__c=Double.valueof('3.5');
sub.Level__c='s';
sub.Link__c='as';
sub.Source_Type__c='asd';
insert sub;
PageReference pageRef = Page.EditSubmodules;
pageRef.getParameters().put('msg',sub.Name);
 Test.setCurrentPage(pageRef);
    
      EditSubmodulesController esc = new EditSubmodulesController  ();
      esc.AdvancedSearch();
      esc.save();
      esc.search();
     
}

 

But the thing is that Although I have done it, the code coverage is 80%. WHy it's not 100%. Is there anything remained to test? Please help....

 

Thank you so much.

goabhigogoabhigo

Thats great.

 

Click on the percentage (here 80%), you will see the lines covered and not covered. Whichever lines are not covered check the reason- some may be because there is no exception while upsert searchResults;