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@DEVFREY - The thing is, I want to have it create a fake model object for testing. I don't want to me with my database.
I have created a minimum set of data objects to verify one of my functions.
Started a new conversation Mocking Find($collection) In Repository Pattern In Laravel With Mockery
I'm doing unit testing and my repository has this method:
/** * @param int|Collection $id * @return MyModel|Collection|null */ public function find($id);
I tried this:
$this->package_repo = Mockery::mock(PackageRepositoryInterface::class); $this->app->instance('Package', $this->package_repo); // ... $this->ticket_repo->shouldReceive("find")->with(collect())->andReturn(/*...*/); //... echo $this->ticket_repo->find(collect()); // Failed here.
The test immediately failed, and I think it's because the 2 collections in the
shouldReceive expectation statement and the actual
find statement are distinct objects.
If I want to mock the behavior of
$this->ticket_repo->find($ids), what should I do?
Or rather, if there is a better way to design a testable algorithm, how would it be? Because I would like to have all the ids to I want to find be in an array, and be constructed into a single SQL select query, instead of a few hundred separate ones, for performance purposes.