Check out example codes for "test if class-based view exists unittest". It will help you in understanding the concepts better.
Code Example 1
from django.contrib.auth.models import AnonymousUser, User from django.test import RequestFactory, TestCase from .views import MyView, my_view class SimpleTest(TestCase): def setUp(self): # Every test needs access to the request factory. self.factory = RequestFactory() self.user = User.objects.create_user( username='jacob', email='[email protected]…', password='top_secret') def test_details(self): # Create an instance of a GET request. request = self.factory.get('/customer/details') # Recall that middleware are not supported. You can simulate a # logged-in user by setting request.user manually. request.user = self.user # Or you can simulate an anonymous user by setting request.user to # an AnonymousUser instance. request.user = AnonymousUser() # Test my_view() as if it were deployed at /customer/details response = my_view(request) # Use this syntax for class-based views. response = MyView.as_view()(request) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200)
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