I have a page with a text field and button. After I fill out text field and press a button my controller is connecting to an API and getting some data based on the text.
I prepared a
FAKE_API for testing. Both
FAKE_API are in the service container. The
FAKE_API is being prioritized when the environment is set to
.env.test file). The controller gets the API object via dependency injection (constructor argument).
When I am testing using
Codeception, the environment of the test itself is set to
test – this can be checked by
var_dump($_ENV['APP_ENV']) from the test.
However, (and this is the issue), if I add
var_dump($_ENV['APP_ENV']) to the controller code and run the same test, I can see that the controller actually uses the regular ‘dev’ environment (set in
.env file). This means that the
REAL API is being used instead of my
How can I force PhpBrowser tests to use my
.env.test? Is it even possible?
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