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17 Jul
2 years ago

Aite left a reply on Unable To Locate Factory Name[dafault] In Laravel DataProvider

It seems that your problem is the same as this one

It could be solved by calling $this->createApplication(); or $this->refreshApplication(); in the data provider method according to this, or by calling it in the class constructor according to this

Although I feel like its a workaround and not how things should work, any "cleaner" suggestions would be appreciated.

Aite left a reply on Using Factory In PHPUnit Provider Fails

I found an answer for this issue,

It could be solved by calling $this->createApplication(); or $this->refreshApplication(); in the data provider method according to this, or by calling it in the class constructor according to this

the code will look like this:

public function dataProvider() {
    $this->refreshApplication(); // or $this->createApplication();
    $user = factory(\App\Model\User::class)->states('guest')->make();

    // ...
    // another code to generate data ....
    // ...

    return $someFakeData;
}

I tried that and worked, although I feel like its a workaround and not how things should work, any "cleaner" suggestions would be appreciated.

Aite left a reply on Using Factory In PHPUnit Provider Fails

I have the same issue, and after some debugging, I found that factory definitions are not loaded before the data provider call, they where called (i.e. defined) when the setUp() method was called - which happens after data provider call -, so the factory can't be found in data provider method.

Now it seems to me that it is impossible to use factories in data providers (or any static method in the test class). Or there would be something I should do to define the factories in my data provider method!