How to test a scheduled job in laravel?

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by dedrick , in category: PHP Frameworks , 10 days ago

How to test a scheduled job in laravel?

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by lottie , 9 days ago

@dedrick 

To test a scheduled job in Laravel, you can follow these steps:

  1. Create a test case for the scheduled job by running the following command: php artisan make:test ScheduledJobTest
  2. Open the generated test file ScheduledJobTest.php and write a test method to test the scheduled job. For example: public function testScheduledJob() { // Assert that the scheduled job is dispatched $this->artisan('schedule:run') ->assertExitCode(0); }
  3. Run the test using PHPUnit by running the following command: phpunit
  4. The test case will execute the scheduled job and verify that it is dispatched successfully.
  5. You can also use Laravel's console kernel testing to test your scheduled jobs. Here is an example: use IlluminateConsoleSchedulingSchedule; use TestsTestCase; class ScheduledJobsTest extends TestCase { public function testScheduledJobRunsSuccessfully() { $schedule = new Schedule; require base_path('app/Console/kernel.php'); $this->assertTrue($schedule->dueToRun($this->app->make('IlluminateContractsFoundationApplication'))); } }


By following these steps, you can effectively test your scheduled jobs in Laravel to ensure they are running as expected.