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Adobe Exam AD0-E722 Topic 1 Question 18 Discussion

Actual exam question for Adobe's AD0-E722 exam
Question #: 18
Topic #: 1
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An Architect wants to create an Integration Test that does the following:

* Adds a product using a data fixture

* Executes $this->someLogic->execute($product) on the product

* Checks if the result is true.

$this->someLogic has the correct object assigned in the setup() method.

Product creation and the tested logic must be executed in the context of two different store views with IDs of 3 and 4, which have been created and are available for the test.

How should the Architect meet these requirements?

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Suggested Answer: C

To create an integration test that executes different logic in different store views, the Architect needs to do the following steps:

Create one test class that extends \Magento\TestFramework\TestCase\AbstractController or \Magento\TestFramework\TestCase\AbstractBackendController, depending on the type of controller being tested1.

Create one test method that uses the @magentoDataFixture annotation to specify the data fixture file that creates the product2.

Use the \Magento\TestFramework\Store\ExecuteInStoreContext class to execute the fixture and the tested logic in different store views. This class has a method called executeInStoreContext, which takes two parameters: the store ID and a callable function.The callable function will be executed in the context of the given store ID, and then the original store ID will be restored3. For example:

PHPAI-generated code. Review and use carefully.More info on FAQ.

public function testSomeLogic()


// Get the product from the fixture

$product = $this->getProduct();

// Get the ExecuteInStoreContext instance from the object manager

$executeInStoreContext = $this->_objectManager->get(\Magento\TestFramework\Store\ExecuteInStoreContext::class);

// Execute the fixture in store view 3

$executeInStoreContext->executeInStoreContext(3, function () use ($product) {

// Do some operations on the product in store view 3


// Execute the tested logic in store view 4

$result = $executeInStoreContext->executeInStoreContext(4, function () use ($product) {

// Call the tested logic on the product in store view 4

return $this->someLogic->execute($product);


// Assert that the result is true



Integration tests | Magento 2 Developer Documentation

Data fixtures | Magento 2 Developer Documentation

Magento\TestFramework\Store\ExecuteInStoreContext | Magento 2 Developer Documentation

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5 days ago
I agree with Cristal, option A seems like the best approach for meeting the requirements.
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6 days ago
I think the Architect should choose option A.
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