Tuesday, January 29, 2013

Re: Why i can't get the debug informations (in case of error) when i run LiveServerTestCase tests?

thanks for the link!

So Isn't there a way to set DEBUG=True in tests?

I have tried with @override_settings, but it didn't worked.

Il giorno martedì 29 gennaio 2013 15:12:50 UTC+1, Ramiro Morales ha scritto:

On Jan 29, 2013 9:57 AM, "Alessandro Pelliciari" <isac....@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi, I'm writing some tests with Selenium.
> When i run my selenium tests (LiveServerTestCase type) and i have some error in my code (not in the test, i mean in the code executed, like the homepage view i reach with selenium) i get the 500 public template (that usually i get when i have DEBUG = False) even if i have:
> DEBUG = True
> INTERNAL_IPS = ('',)
> I'm stuck with that and i can't see why my test failed (because in the public 500 ofc i don't show the exceptions).
> When i run the runserver it works perfectly (i get the tracebacks).
> I've checked the ip from request.META when i run it in a selenium test and it's the localhost, not other network IP.
> Why does it behave like that? Where can i look to resolve?

See https://docs.djangoproject.com/en/1.4/topics/testing/#other-test-conditions

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