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Feature: Install the Gem in a Rails application
Background:
Given I have built and installed the "airbrake" gem
Scenario: Use the gem without vendoring the gem in a Rails application
When I generate a new Rails application
And I configure the Airbrake shim
And I configure my application to require the "airbrake" gem
And I run the airbrake generator with "-k myapikey"
Then the command should have run successfully
And I should receive a Airbrake notification
And I should see the Rails version
Scenario: vendor the gem and uninstall
When I generate a new Rails application
And I configure the Airbrake shim
And I configure my application to require the "airbrake" gem
And I unpack the "airbrake" gem
And I run the airbrake generator with "-k myapikey"
Then the command should have run successfully
When I uninstall the "airbrake" gem
And I install cached gems
And I run "rake airbrake:test"
Then I should see "** [Airbrake] Success: Net::HTTPOK"
And I should receive two Airbrake notifications
Scenario: Configure the notifier by hand
When I generate a new Rails application
And I configure the Airbrake shim
And I configure the notifier to use "myapikey" as an API key
And I configure my application to require the "airbrake" gem
And I run the airbrake generator with ""
Then I should receive a Airbrake notification
Scenario: Configuration within initializer isn't overridden by Railtie
When I generate a new Rails application
And I configure the Airbrake shim
And I configure my application to require the "airbrake" gem
And I run the airbrake generator with "-k myapikey"
Then the command should have run successfully
When I configure the notifier to use the following configuration lines:
"""
config.api_key = "myapikey"
config.project_root = "argle/bargle"
"""
And I define a response for "TestController#index":
"""
session[:value] = "test"
raise RuntimeError, "some message"
"""
And I route "/test/index" to "test#index"
And I perform a request to "http://example.com:123/test/index?param=value"
Then I should receive the following Airbrake notification:
| project-root | argle/bargle |
Scenario: Try to install without an api key
When I generate a new Rails application
And I configure my application to require the "airbrake" gem
And I run the airbrake generator with ""
Then I should see "Must pass --api-key or --heroku or create config/initializers/airbrake.rb"
Scenario: Configure and deploy using only installed gem
When I generate a new Rails application
And I run "capify ."
And I configure the Airbrake shim
And I configure my application to require the "airbrake" gem
And I run the airbrake generator with "-k myapikey"
And I run "cap -T"
Then I should see "deploy:notify_airbrake"
Scenario: Configure and deploy using only vendored gem
When I generate a new Rails application
And I run "capify ."
And I configure the Airbrake shim
And I configure my application to require the "airbrake" gem
And I unpack the "airbrake" gem
And I run the airbrake generator with "-k myapikey"
And I uninstall the "airbrake" gem
And I install cached gems
And I run "cap -T"
Then I should see "deploy:notify_airbrake"
Scenario: Try to install when the airbrake plugin still exists
When I generate a new Rails application
And I install the "airbrake" plugin
And I configure the Airbrake shim
And I configure the notifier to use "myapikey" as an API key
And I configure my application to require the "airbrake" gem
And I run the airbrake generator with ""
Then I should see "You must first remove the airbrake plugin. Please run: script/plugin remove airbrake"
Scenario: Rescue an exception in a controller
When I generate a new Rails application
And I configure the Airbrake shim
And I configure my application to require the "airbrake" gem
And I run the airbrake generator with "-k myapikey"
And I define a response for "TestController#index":
"""
session[:value] = "test"
raise RuntimeError, "some message"
"""
And I route "/test/index" to "test#index"
And I perform a request to "http://example.com:123/test/index?param=value"
Then I should receive the following Airbrake notification:
| component | test |
| action | index |
| error message | RuntimeError: some message |
| error class | RuntimeError |
| session | value: test |
| parameters | param: value |
| url | http://example.com:123/test/index?param=value |
Scenario: The gem should not be considered a framework gem
When I generate a new Rails application
And I configure the Airbrake shim
And I configure my application to require the "airbrake" gem
And I run the airbrake generator with "-k myapikey"
And I run "rake gems"
Then I should see that "airbrake" is not considered a framework gem
Scenario: The app uses Vlad instead of Capistrano
When I generate a new Rails application
And I configure the Airbrake shim
And I configure my application to require the "airbrake" gem
And I run "touch config/deploy.rb"
And I run "rm Capfile"
And I run the airbrake generator with "-k myapikey"
Then "config/deploy.rb" should not contain "capistrano"
Scenario: Support the Heroku addon in the generator
When I generate a new Rails application
And I configure the Airbrake shim
And I configure the Heroku rake shim
And I configure the Heroku gem shim with "myapikey"
And I configure my application to require the "airbrake" gem
And I run the airbrake generator with "--heroku"
Then the command should have run successfully
And I should receive a Airbrake notification
And I should see the Rails version
And my Airbrake configuration should contain the following line:
"""
config.api_key = ENV['AIRBRAKE_API_KEY']
"""
Scenario: Support the --app option for the Heroku addon in the generator
When I generate a new Rails application
And I configure the Airbrake shim
And I configure the Heroku rake shim
And I configure the Heroku gem shim with "myapikey" and multiple app support
And I configure my application to require the "airbrake" gem
And I run the airbrake generator with "--heroku -a myapp"
Then the command should have run successfully
And I should receive a Airbrake notification
And I should see the Rails version
And my Airbrake configuration should contain the following line:
"""
config.api_key = ENV['AIRBRAKE_API_KEY']
"""
Scenario: Filtering parameters in a controller
When I generate a new Rails application
And I configure the Airbrake shim
And I configure my application to require the "airbrake" gem
And I run the airbrake generator with "-k myapikey"
When I configure the notifier to use the following configuration lines:
"""
config.api_key = "myapikey"
config.params_filters << "credit_card_number"
"""
And I define a response for "TestController#index":
"""
params[:credit_card_number] = "red23"
raise RuntimeError, "some message"
"""
And I route "/test/index" to "test#index"
And I perform a request to "http://example.com:123/test/index?param=value"
Then I should receive the following Airbrake notification:
| component | test |
| action | index |
| error message | RuntimeError: some message |
| error class | RuntimeError |
| parameters | credit_card_number: [FILTERED] |
| url | http://example.com:123/test/index?param=value |
Scenario: Filtering session in a controller
When I generate a new Rails application
And I configure the Airbrake shim
And I configure my application to require the "airbrake" gem
And I run the airbrake generator with "-k myapikey"
When I configure the notifier to use the following configuration lines:
"""
config.api_key = "myapikey"
config.params_filters << "secret"
"""
And I define a response for "TestController#index":
"""
session["secret"] = "blue42"
raise RuntimeError, "some message"
"""
And I route "/test/index" to "test#index"
And I perform a request to "http://example.com:123/test/index?param=value"
Then I should receive the following Airbrake notification:
| component | test |
| action | index |
| error message | RuntimeError: some message |
| error class | RuntimeError |
| session | secret: [FILTERED] |
| url | http://example.com:123/test/index?param=value |
Scenario: Filtering session and params based on Rails parameter filters
When I generate a new Rails application
And I configure the Airbrake shim
And I configure my application to require the "airbrake" gem
And I run the airbrake generator with "-k myapikey"
And I configure the application to filter parameter "secret"
And I define a response for "TestController#index":
"""
params["secret"] = "red23"
session["secret"] = "blue42"
raise RuntimeError, "some message"
"""
And I route "/test/index" to "test#index"
And I perform a request to "http://example.com:123/test/index?param=value"
Then I should receive the following Airbrake notification:
| component | test |
| action | index |
| error message | RuntimeError: some message |
| error class | RuntimeError |
| params | secret: [FILTERED] |
| session | secret: [FILTERED] |
| url | http://example.com:123/test/index?param=value |
Scenario: Notify airbrake within the controller
When I generate a new Rails application
And I configure the Airbrake shim
And I configure my application to require the "airbrake" gem
And I run the airbrake generator with "-k myapikey"
And I define a response for "TestController#index":
"""
session[:value] = "test"
notify_airbrake(RuntimeError.new("some message"))
render :nothing => true
"""
And I route "/test/index" to "test#index"
And I perform a request to "http://example.com:123/test/index?param=value"
Then I should receive the following Airbrake notification:
| component | test |
| action | index |
| error message | RuntimeError: some message |
| error class | RuntimeError |
| session | value: test |
| parameters | param: value |
| url | http://example.com:123/test/index?param=value |
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