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test_update_repo.py
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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# Copyright (C) 2010-2018 RhodeCode GmbH
#
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#
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import mock
import pytest
from rhodecode.model.repo import RepoModel
from rhodecode.tests import TEST_USER_ADMIN_LOGIN, TEST_USER_REGULAR_LOGIN
from rhodecode.api.tests.utils import (
build_data, api_call, assert_error, assert_ok, crash, jsonify)
from rhodecode.tests.fixture import Fixture
from rhodecode.tests.plugin import plain_http_host_only_stub
fixture = Fixture()
UPDATE_REPO_NAME = 'api_update_me'
class SAME_AS_UPDATES(object):
""" Constant used for tests below """
@pytest.mark.usefixtures("testuser_api", "app")
class TestApiUpdateRepo(object):
@pytest.mark.parametrize("updates, expected", [
({'owner': TEST_USER_REGULAR_LOGIN},
SAME_AS_UPDATES),
({'description': 'new description'},
SAME_AS_UPDATES),
({'clone_uri': 'http://foo.com/repo'},
SAME_AS_UPDATES),
({'clone_uri': None},
{'clone_uri': ''}),
({'clone_uri': ''},
{'clone_uri': ''}),
({'clone_uri': 'http://example.com/repo_pull'},
{'clone_uri': 'http://example.com/repo_pull'}),
({'push_uri': ''},
{'push_uri': ''}),
({'push_uri': 'http://example.com/repo_push'},
{'push_uri': 'http://example.com/repo_push'}),
({'landing_rev': 'rev:tip'},
{'landing_rev': ['rev', 'tip']}),
({'enable_statistics': True},
SAME_AS_UPDATES),
({'enable_locking': True},
SAME_AS_UPDATES),
({'enable_downloads': True},
SAME_AS_UPDATES),
({'repo_name': 'new_repo_name'},
{
'repo_name': 'new_repo_name',
'url': 'http://{}/new_repo_name'.format(plain_http_host_only_stub())
}),
({'repo_name': 'test_group_for_update/{}'.format(UPDATE_REPO_NAME),
'_group': 'test_group_for_update'},
{
'repo_name': 'test_group_for_update/{}'.format(UPDATE_REPO_NAME),
'url': 'http://{}/test_group_for_update/{}'.format(
plain_http_host_only_stub(), UPDATE_REPO_NAME)
}),
])
def test_api_update_repo(self, updates, expected, backend):
repo_name = UPDATE_REPO_NAME
repo = fixture.create_repo(repo_name, repo_type=backend.alias)
if updates.get('_group'):
fixture.create_repo_group(updates['_group'])
expected_api_data = repo.get_api_data(include_secrets=True)
if expected is SAME_AS_UPDATES:
expected_api_data.update(updates)
else:
expected_api_data.update(expected)
id_, params = build_data(
self.apikey, 'update_repo', repoid=repo_name, **updates)
with mock.patch('rhodecode.model.validation_schema.validators.url_validator'):
response = api_call(self.app, params)
if updates.get('repo_name'):
repo_name = updates['repo_name']
try:
expected = {
'msg': 'updated repo ID:%s %s' % (repo.repo_id, repo_name),
'repository': jsonify(expected_api_data)
}
assert_ok(id_, expected, given=response.body)
finally:
fixture.destroy_repo(repo_name)
if updates.get('_group'):
fixture.destroy_repo_group(updates['_group'])
def test_api_update_repo_fork_of_field(self, backend):
master_repo = backend.create_repo()
repo = backend.create_repo()
updates = {
'fork_of': master_repo.repo_name,
'fork_of_id': master_repo.repo_id
}
expected_api_data = repo.get_api_data(include_secrets=True)
expected_api_data.update(updates)
id_, params = build_data(
self.apikey, 'update_repo', repoid=repo.repo_name, **updates)
response = api_call(self.app, params)
expected = {
'msg': 'updated repo ID:%s %s' % (repo.repo_id, repo.repo_name),
'repository': jsonify(expected_api_data)
}
assert_ok(id_, expected, given=response.body)
result = response.json['result']['repository']
assert result['fork_of'] == master_repo.repo_name
assert result['fork_of_id'] == master_repo.repo_id
def test_api_update_repo_fork_of_not_found(self, backend):
master_repo_name = 'fake-parent-repo'
repo = backend.create_repo()
updates = {
'fork_of': master_repo_name
}
id_, params = build_data(
self.apikey, 'update_repo', repoid=repo.repo_name, **updates)
response = api_call(self.app, params)
expected = {
'repo_fork_of': 'Fork with id `{}` does not exists'.format(
master_repo_name)}
assert_error(id_, expected, given=response.body)
def test_api_update_repo_with_repo_group_not_existing(self):
repo_name = 'admin_owned'
fake_repo_group = 'test_group_for_update'
fixture.create_repo(repo_name)
updates = {'repo_name': '{}/{}'.format(fake_repo_group, repo_name)}
id_, params = build_data(
self.apikey, 'update_repo', repoid=repo_name, **updates)
response = api_call(self.app, params)
try:
expected = {
'repo_group': 'Repository group `{}` does not exist'.format(fake_repo_group)
}
assert_error(id_, expected, given=response.body)
finally:
fixture.destroy_repo(repo_name)
def test_api_update_repo_regular_user_not_allowed(self):
repo_name = 'admin_owned'
fixture.create_repo(repo_name)
updates = {'active': False}
id_, params = build_data(
self.apikey_regular, 'update_repo', repoid=repo_name, **updates)
response = api_call(self.app, params)
try:
expected = 'repository `%s` does not exist' % (repo_name,)
assert_error(id_, expected, given=response.body)
finally:
fixture.destroy_repo(repo_name)
@mock.patch.object(RepoModel, 'update', crash)
def test_api_update_repo_exception_occurred(self, backend):
repo_name = UPDATE_REPO_NAME
fixture.create_repo(repo_name, repo_type=backend.alias)
id_, params = build_data(
self.apikey, 'update_repo', repoid=repo_name,
owner=TEST_USER_ADMIN_LOGIN,)
response = api_call(self.app, params)
try:
expected = 'failed to update repo `%s`' % (repo_name,)
assert_error(id_, expected, given=response.body)
finally:
fixture.destroy_repo(repo_name)