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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
# Copyright (C) 2010-2018 RhodeCode GmbH
#
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import pytest
from rhodecode.tests.fixture import Fixture
from rhodecode.model.db import User, Notification, UserNotification
from rhodecode.model.meta import Session
from rhodecode.model.notification import NotificationModel
from rhodecode.model.user import UserModel
fixture = Fixture()
class TestNotifications(object):
destroy_users = set()
@classmethod
def teardown_class(cls):
fixture.destroy_users(cls.destroy_users)
@pytest.fixture(autouse=True)
def create_users(self, request, app):
Session.remove()
self.u1 = UserModel().create_or_update(
username=u'u1', password=u'qweqwe',
email=u'u1@rhodecode.org', firstname=u'u1', lastname=u'u1')
Session().commit()
self.u1 = self.u1.user_id
self.u2 = UserModel().create_or_update(
username=u'u2', password=u'qweqwe',
email=u'u2@rhodecode.org', firstname=u'u2', lastname=u'u2')
Session().commit()
self.u2 = self.u2.user_id
self.u3 = UserModel().create_or_update(
username=u'u3', password=u'qweqwe',
email=u'u3@rhodecode.org', firstname=u'u3', lastname=u'u3')
Session().commit()
self.u3 = self.u3.user_id
self.destroy_users.add('u1')
self.destroy_users.add('u2')
self.destroy_users.add('u3')
@pytest.fixture(autouse=True)
def _clean_notifications(self, request, app):
for n in Notification.query().all():
Session().delete(n)
Session().commit()
assert [] == Notification.query().all()
assert [] == UserNotification.query().all()
def test_create_notification(self):
usrs = [self.u1, self.u2]
notification = NotificationModel().create(
created_by=self.u1, notification_subject=u'subj',
notification_body=u'hi there', recipients=usrs)
Session().commit()
u1 = User.get(self.u1)
u2 = User.get(self.u2)
notifications = Notification.query().all()
assert len(notifications) == 1
assert notifications[0].recipients, [u1 == u2]
assert notification.notification_id == notifications[0].notification_id
unotification = UserNotification.query()\
.filter(UserNotification.notification == notification).all()
assert len(unotification) == len(usrs)
assert set([x.user.user_id for x in unotification]) == set(usrs)
def test_create_notification_fails_for_invalid_recipients(self):
with pytest.raises(Exception):
NotificationModel().create(
created_by=self.u1, notification_subject=u'subj',
notification_body=u'hi there', recipients=['bad_user_id'])
with pytest.raises(Exception):
NotificationModel().create(
created_by=self.u1, notification_subject=u'subj',
notification_body=u'hi there', recipients=[])
def test_user_notifications(self):
notification1 = NotificationModel().create(
created_by=self.u1, notification_subject=u'subj',
notification_body=u'hi there1', recipients=[self.u3])
Session().commit()
notification2 = NotificationModel().create(
created_by=self.u1, notification_subject=u'subj',
notification_body=u'hi there2', recipients=[self.u3])
Session().commit()
u3 = Session().query(User).get(self.u3)
assert sorted([x.notification for x in u3.notifications]) ==\
sorted([notification2, notification1])
def test_delete_notifications(self):
notification = NotificationModel().create(
created_by=self.u1, notification_subject=u'title',
notification_body=u'hi there3',
recipients=[self.u3, self.u1, self.u2])
Session().commit()
notifications = Notification.query().all()
assert notification in notifications
Notification.delete(notification.notification_id)
Session().commit()
notifications = Notification.query().all()
assert notification not in notifications
un = UserNotification.query().filter(UserNotification.notification
== notification).all()
assert un == []
def test_delete_association(self):
notification = NotificationModel().create(
created_by=self.u1, notification_subject=u'title',
notification_body=u'hi there3',
recipients=[self.u3, self.u1, self.u2])
Session().commit()
unotification = (
UserNotification.query()
.filter(UserNotification.notification == notification)
.filter(UserNotification.user_id == self.u3)
.scalar())
assert unotification.user_id == self.u3
NotificationModel().delete(self.u3,
notification.notification_id)
Session().commit()
u3notification = (
UserNotification.query()
.filter(UserNotification.notification == notification)
.filter(UserNotification.user_id == self.u3)
.scalar())
assert u3notification is None
# notification object is still there
assert Notification.query().all() == [notification]
# u1 and u2 still have assignments
u1notification = (
UserNotification.query()
.filter(UserNotification.notification == notification)
.filter(UserNotification.user_id == self.u1)
.scalar())
assert u1notification is not None
u2notification = (
UserNotification.query()
.filter(UserNotification.notification == notification)
.filter(UserNotification.user_id == self.u2)
.scalar())
assert u2notification is not None
def test_notification_counter(self):
NotificationModel().create(
created_by=self.u1, notification_subject=u'title',
notification_body=u'hi there_delete', recipients=[self.u3, self.u1])
Session().commit()
# creator has it's own notification marked as read
assert NotificationModel().get_unread_cnt_for_user(self.u1) == 0
assert NotificationModel().get_unread_cnt_for_user(self.u2) == 0
assert NotificationModel().get_unread_cnt_for_user(self.u3) == 1
NotificationModel().create(
created_by=self.u1, notification_subject=u'title',
notification_body=u'hi there3',
recipients=[self.u3, self.u1, self.u2])
Session().commit()
# creator has it's own notification marked as read
assert NotificationModel().get_unread_cnt_for_user(self.u1) == 0
assert NotificationModel().get_unread_cnt_for_user(self.u2) == 1
assert NotificationModel().get_unread_cnt_for_user(self.u3) == 2