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test_get_locks.py
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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# Copyright (C) 2010-2018 RhodeCode GmbH
#
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#
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#
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import pytest
from rhodecode.model.db import Repository, User
from rhodecode.tests import TEST_USER_ADMIN_LOGIN, TEST_USER_REGULAR_LOGIN
from rhodecode.api.tests.utils import (
build_data, api_call, assert_ok, assert_error)
@pytest.mark.usefixtures("testuser_api", "app")
class TestGetLocks(object):
def test_api_get_user_locks_regular_user(self):
id_, params = build_data(self.apikey_regular, 'get_user_locks')
response = api_call(self.app, params)
expected = []
assert_ok(id_, expected, given=response.body)
def test_api_get_user_locks_with_userid_regular_user(self):
id_, params = build_data(
self.apikey_regular, 'get_user_locks', userid=TEST_USER_ADMIN_LOGIN)
response = api_call(self.app, params)
expected = 'userid is not the same as your user'
assert_error(id_, expected, given=response.body)
def test_api_get_user_locks(self):
id_, params = build_data(self.apikey, 'get_user_locks')
response = api_call(self.app, params)
expected = []
assert_ok(id_, expected, given=response.body)
@pytest.mark.parametrize("apikey_attr, expect_secrets", [
('apikey', True),
('apikey_regular', False),
])
def test_api_get_user_locks_with_one_locked_repo(
self, apikey_attr, expect_secrets, backend):
repo = backend.create_repo(cur_user=self.TEST_USER_LOGIN)
Repository.lock(
repo, User.get_by_username(self.TEST_USER_LOGIN).user_id)
apikey = getattr(self, apikey_attr)
id_, params = build_data(apikey, 'get_user_locks')
if apikey_attr == 'apikey':
# super-admin should call in specific user
id_, params = build_data(apikey, 'get_user_locks',
userid=self.TEST_USER_LOGIN)
response = api_call(self.app, params)
expected = [repo.get_api_data(include_secrets=expect_secrets)]
assert_ok(id_, expected, given=response.body)
def test_api_get_user_locks_with_one_locked_repo_for_specific_user(
self, backend):
repo = backend.create_repo(cur_user=self.TEST_USER_LOGIN)
Repository.lock(repo, User.get_by_username(
self.TEST_USER_LOGIN).user_id)
id_, params = build_data(
self.apikey, 'get_user_locks', userid=self.TEST_USER_LOGIN)
response = api_call(self.app, params)
expected = [repo.get_api_data(include_secrets=True)]
assert_ok(id_, expected, given=response.body)
def test_api_get_user_locks_with_userid(self):
id_, params = build_data(
self.apikey, 'get_user_locks', userid=TEST_USER_REGULAR_LOGIN)
response = api_call(self.app, params)
expected = []
assert_ok(id_, expected, given=response.body)