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Re: SOLVED (but why ??) Re: odoo 10 does not find any testsby
thanks for the many answers I did get.
in the end the solution was not among them, but I hat to add a
decorator to the test method.
my test module now looks like this:
# -*- encoding: utf-8 -*-
from odoo.tests.common import TransactionCase, post_install
def setUp(self, *args, **kwargs):
super(TestRedhelpdesk, self).setUp(*args, **kwargs)
print 'holla*' * 10
@post_install(True) # <--------------------------- change
"print a string of rs"
print 'r' * 66
self.assertFalse(1, '1 is not false')
On 28.11.2017 22:31, Richard deMeester wrote:<blockquote type="cite" cite="mid:
CADo92831TRwRyrQWKXR911CXBvt70 39-g+QXTRn_4=33HvAcrw@mail. gmail.com">Use-i module-nameon the command line....On 28 November 2017 at 23:17, Miku Laitinen <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:It seems you didn't define a database in your command. Can you try it with explicitly defining a database and posting the logs if it doesn't work?- MikuOn Tue, Nov 28, 2017 at 1:17 PM Tom B <email@example.com> wrote:It will also fail silently when the module is not installed in your db currentlyOp 28 nov. 2017 12:02 schreef "Ronald Portier" <firstname.lastname@example.org>:
Hi Robert, Two more things to check: --log-level=test And has your module demo data loaded? Actually wether there is any demo data or not is not important (unless your tests depend on that data). You can just set demo = true in ir_module_module table through sql. Kind regards, Ronald On 28-11-17 09:32, robert wrote: > Hi there, > > > I try to add test to a module and do call them like this: > > bin/start_openerp --test-enable -u redhelpdesk --stop-after-init > > the file with the tests is loaded, but none of the tests are run. > > can anybody give me a hint, what I am doing wrong? > thanks > Robert > > > this is the setting: > > redhelpdesk > ... > tests > __init__.py > > from . import test_redhelpdesk > > test_redhelpdesk.py > with the following content: > > # -*- encoding: utf-8 -*- > from odoo.tests.common import TransactionCase > > class TestRedhelpdesk(TransactionCas
e): > > def setUp(self, *args, **kwargs): > super(TestRedhelpdesk, self).setUp(*args, **kwargs) > print 'holla*' * 10 > > def test_print_rs(self): > "print a string of rs" > print 'r' * 66 > self.assertFalse(1, '1 is not false') > > > > > > ______________________________ _________________ > Mailing-List: https://odoo-community.org/gro ups/contributors-15--Miku LaitinenAVOIN.SYSTEMS--
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