I'm doing some tests with PHPUnit, but I have some problems especially when testing the Controller.

I want to test a route of a Controller by just calling the route and check if the response is a HTTP-Status 200. But alwas the Console has the smae errors.

Token Error It says something about a token that is missing. I don't have a clue what kind of token this is.

401 Error

Also this is the 401 Error he gets.

My PHPUnit-Test looks like this:

namespace App\Tests\Controller;

use Symfony\Bundle\FrameworkBundle\Test\WebTestCase;

class PersonControllerTest extends WebTestCase { private $client;

protected function setUp()
{
    $this->client = static::createClient([], [
        'PHP_AUTH_USER' => 'user',
        'PHP_AUTH_PW'   => 'pass',
    ]);
}


public function testCreate()
{

    $this->client->request('GET','/create');

    $this->assertEquals(200, $this->client->getResponse()->getStatusCode());
}

public function testIndex()
{

    $this->client->request('GET','/');

    $this->assertEquals(200, $this->client->getResponse()->getStatusCode());
}

}

I have tried it with the authentication in the setUp Method -> didn't work.

Do you have any clue?

Thanks for all Answers or/and Comments

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protected function setUp()
{
    $this->client = static::createClient();

    $this->logIn();
}

private function logIn()
{
    $session = $this->client->getContainer()->get('session');

    $firewallName = 'test';
    // if you don't define multiple connected firewalls, the context defaults to the firewall name
    // See https://symfony.com/doc/current/reference/configuration/security.html#firewall-context
    $firewallContext = 'test';

    // you may need to use a different token class depending on your application.
    // for example, when using Guard authentication you must instantiate PostAuthenticationGuardToken
    $testUser = new WebserviceUser('[email protected]', ['ROLE_ADMIN'],
        array("employeeid" => array(420),
        "mail" => array("[email protected]")), false);
    $token = new UsernamePasswordToken($testUser, null, $firewallName, ['ROLE_ADMIN']);
    //var_dump($token);
    $session->set('_security_' . $firewallContext, serialize($token));
    $session->save();

    $cookie = new Cookie($session->getName(), $session->getId());
    $this->client->getCookieJar()->set($cookie);
}


public function testCreate()
{

    $crawler = $this->client->request('GET', '/create');
    $this->assertEquals(200, $this->client->getResponse()->getStatusCode());

    $form = $crawler->filter('form')->form([
        'person[name]' => 'Chruit',
        'person[birthdate][month]' => 2,
        'person[birthdate][day]' => 15,
        'person[birthdate][year]' => 2014,
    ]);

    $this->client->submit($form);
}

public function testIndex()
{

    $this->client->request('GET', '/');

    $this->assertEquals(200, $this->client->getResponse()->getStatusCode());
}

}

The Solution is just the logIn-Function. The $testUser needs to be in your Active Directory or your network. The rest of the Parameters doesn't matter.

My Firewall blocked it so i couldn't do it the normal way.

If You are doing it like this, you have to add someting to the secourity.yaml that was created from the installation of PHPUnit.

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Basic auth:

   /**
     * @dataProvider urlProvider
     */
    public function testPageIsSuccessful($url)
    {
        $client = self::createClient([], [
            'PHP_AUTH_USER' => getenv('PHP_AUTH_USER'),
            'PHP_AUTH_PW' => getenv('PHP_AUTH_PW')
        ]);
        $client->request('GET', $url);
        $this->assertTrue($client->getResponse()->isSuccessful());
    }

API key

    /**
     * @dataProvider urlApiProvider
     */
    public function testAPIWorks($url)
    {
        $accessToken = $this->getAccessToken();
        $tokenQuery = http_build_query(['access_token' => $accessToken]);
        $url .= '?' . $tokenQuery;
        $client = self::createClient([]);
        $client->request('GET', $url, [], [], ['HTTP_ACCEPT' => 'application/json']);

        $this->assertTrue($client->getResponse()->isSuccessful());
    }