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Struggling with testing my withdraw function in a Solidity smart-contract via Brownie:

My withdrawing function is the following but in Remix it definitely works and I have tested _owner.send() and _owner.transfer() as well and both work so it has to be the test but I can not see where my error lays.

function withdrawMoney() external onlyOwner returns (bool) {
    (success, response) = _owner.call{value: address(this).balance}("");
    return success;
}

Below the brownie test that does not work. The prints and other stuff should be explained in the comments.

def test_can_withdraw():

   # ARRANGE
   buy_coffee = deploy_buycoffee()  # works fine as contract is deployed

   # ACT
   print("Before: ", buy_coffee.balance())  # Before:  0

   tx = send_money()  # works fine as tested by sending {"from": get_account(account_index=1)}

   tx.wait(1)
   print("During: ", buy_coffee.balance())  # During:  1000000000000000

   tx = buy_coffee.withdrawMoney({"from": get_account(account_index=0)})  # BROKEN!

   tx.wait(1)
   print("After: ", buy_coffee.balance())  # should be 0 but is 1000000000000000

   # ASSERT
   assert buy_coffee.balance() == 0
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  • Have you tried setting the gas by hand? One never knows...
    – Kiuhnm
    Commented Dec 17, 2022 at 5:50
  • I have not but does that mean you would deem my test to be set up correctly on first glance?
    – emilrueh
    Commented Dec 20, 2022 at 16:29
  • I don't use brownie, so I can't really say, but since nobody answered, it seems others can't either. You should give more information or even upload something to play with. Trying to come up with a minimal (not) working example might even reveal the solution right away.
    – Kiuhnm
    Commented Dec 21, 2022 at 22:56
  • I have discontinued this project, thank you for your suggestion though! Might get back to it at some point..
    – emilrueh
    Commented Jan 16, 2023 at 18:07

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