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test_referenceable.py

import os, sys
if __name__ == '__main__':
    execfile(os.path.join(sys.path[0], 'framework.py'))

from common import *
from utils import *

if not hasArcheSiteTestCase:
    raise TestPreconditionFailed('test_sitepolicy', 'Cannot import ArcheSiteTestCase')

from Acquisition import aq_base

from Products.Archetypes.tests.test_sitepolicy import makeContent
from Products.Archetypes.examples import *

class ReferenceableTests(ArcheSiteTestCase):
    def afterSetUp(self):
        ArcheSiteTestCase.afterSetUp(self)
        user = self.getManagerUser()
        newSecurityManager( None, user )

    def test_hasUID( self ):
        site = self.getPortal()

        doc = makeContent( site
                           , portal_type='DDocument'
                           , title='Foo' )

        self.failUnless(hasattr(aq_base(doc), '_uid'))
        self.failUnless(getattr(aq_base(doc), '_uid', None))


    def test_renamedontchangeUID( self ):
        site = self.getPortal()
        catalog = site.uid_catalog

        obj_id = 'demodoc'
        new_id = 'new_demodoc'
        doc = makeContent(site
                          , portal_type='DDocument'
                          , title='Foo'
                          , id=obj_id)

        UID = doc.UID()
        self.failUnless(catalog.uniqueValuesFor('UID') == (UID,))
        # ensure object has a _p_jar
        doc._p_jar = site._p_jar = self.app._p_jar
        new_oid = self.app._p_jar.new_oid
        doc._p_oid = new_oid()
        site.manage_renameObject(id=obj_id, new_id=new_id)
        doc = getattr(site, new_id)
        self.failUnless(catalog.uniqueValuesFor('UID') == (UID,))
        self.failUnless(doc.UID() == UID)

    def test_UIDclash( self ):
        site = self.getPortal()
        catalog = site.uid_catalog

        obj_id = 'demodoc'
        new_id = 'new_demodoc'
        doc = makeContent( site
                           , portal_type='DDocument'
                           , title='Foo'
                           , id=obj_id)

        UID = doc.UID()
        # ensure object has a _p_jar
        doc._p_jar = site._p_jar = self.app._p_jar
        new_oid = self.app._p_jar.new_oid
        doc._p_oid = new_oid()
        site.manage_renameObject(id=obj_id, new_id=new_id)

        #now, make a new one with the same ID and check it gets a different UID
        doc2 = makeContent( site
                            , portal_type='DDocument'
                            , title='Foo'
                            , id=obj_id)

        UID2 = doc2.UID()
        self.failIf(UID == UID2)
        self.failUnless(catalog.uniqueValuesFor('UID') == (UID,UID2))

    def test_relationships(self):
        site = self.getPortal()

        obj_id   = 'demodoc'
        known_id = 'known_doc'
        owned_id = 'owned_doc'

        a = makeContent( site, portal_type='DDocument',title='Foo', id=obj_id)
        b = makeContent( site, portal_type='DDocument',title='Foo', id=known_id)
        c = makeContent( site, portal_type='DDocument',title='Foo', id=owned_id)

        #Two made up kinda refs
        a.addReference(b, "KnowsAbout")
        a.addReference(c, "Owns")

        assert b in a.getRefs()
        assert c in a.getRefs()
        assert a.getRefs('Owns') == [c]
        assert c.getBRefs('Owns')== [a]
        rels = a.getRelationships()
        assert "KnowsAbout" in rels
        assert "Owns" in rels

        a.deleteReference(c)

        assert a.getRefs() == [b]
        assert c.getBRefs() == []

    def test_singleReference(self):
        # If an object is referenced don't record its reference again
        site = self.getPortal()
        at = site.archetype_tool

        a = makeContent( site, portal_type='DDocument',title='Foo', id='a')
        b = makeContent( site, portal_type='DDocument',title='Foo', id='b')

        #Add the same ref twice
        a.addReference(b, "KnowsAbout")
        a.addReference(b, "KnowsAbout")

        assert len(a.getRefs('KnowsAbout')) == 1

        #In this case its a different relationship
        a.addReference(b, 'Flogs')
        assert len(a.getRefs('KnowsAbout')) == 1
        assert len(a.getRefs()) == 2

    def test_UIDunderContainment(self):
        # If an object is referenced don't record its reference again
        site = self.getPortal()
        at = site.archetype_tool

        folder = makeContent( site, portal_type='SimpleFolder',
                              title='Foo', id='folder')
        nonRef = makeContent( folder, portal_type='DDocument',
                              title='Foo', id='nonRef')

        ## This is really broken and I can't easily fix it
        assert folder.UID() == 'folder'
        assert nonRef.UID() != 'folder'

    def test_hasRelationship(self):
        site = self.getPortal()

        a = makeContent( site, portal_type='DDocument',title='Foo', id='a')
        b = makeContent( site, portal_type='DDocument',title='Foo', id='b')
        c = makeContent( site, portal_type='DDocument',title='Foo', id='c')

        #Two made up kinda refs
        a.addReference(b, "KnowsAbout")

        assert a.hasRelationshipTo(b) == 1
        assert a.hasRelationshipTo(b, "KnowsAbout") == 1
        assert a.hasRelationshipTo(b, "Foo") == 0
        assert a.hasRelationshipTo(c) == 0
        assert a.hasRelationshipTo(c, "KnowsAbout") == 0

        #XXX HasRelationshipFrom  || ( 1 for ref 2 for bref?)

    def beforeTearDown(self):
        noSecurityManager()
        ArcheSiteTestCase.beforeTearDown(self)


if __name__ == '__main__':
    framework()
else:
    # While framework.py provides its own test_suite()
    # method the testrunner utility does not.
    import unittest
    def test_suite():
        suite = unittest.TestSuite()
        suite.addTest(unittest.makeSuite(ReferenceableTests))
        return suite

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