source: products/ploneorg.kudobounty/trunk/ploneorg/kudobounty/tests/base.py @ 3129

Last change on this file since 3129 was 3129, checked in by mylan, 10 years ago

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1"""Test setup for integration and functional tests.
2
3When we import PloneTestCase and then call setupPloneSite(), all of
4Plone's products are loaded, and a Plone site will be created. This
5happens at module level, which makes it faster to run each test, but
6slows down test runner startup.
7"""
8
9from Products.Five import zcml
10from Products.Five import fiveconfigure
11
12from Testing import ZopeTestCase as ztc
13
14from Products.PloneTestCase import PloneTestCase as ptc
15from Products.PloneTestCase.layer import onsetup
16
17# When ZopeTestCase configures Zope, it will *not* auto-load products
18# in Products/. Instead, we have to use a statement such as:
19#   ztc.installProduct('SimpleAttachment')
20# This does *not* apply to products in eggs and Python packages (i.e.
21# not in the Products.*) namespace. For that, see below.
22# All of Plone's products are already set up by PloneTestCase.
23
24
25@onsetup
26def setup_product():
27    """Set up the package and its dependencies.
28
29    The @onsetup decorator causes the execution of this body to be
30    deferred until the setup of the Plone site testing layer. We could
31    have created our own layer, but this is the easiest way for Plone
32    integration tests.
33    """
34
35    # Load the ZCML configuration for the example.tests package.
36    # This can of course use <include /> to include other packages.
37
38    fiveconfigure.debug_mode = True
39    import ploneorg.kudobounty
40    zcml.load_config('configure.zcml', ploneorg.kudobounty)
41    fiveconfigure.debug_mode = False
42
43    # We need to tell the testing framework that these products
44    # should be available. This can't happen until after we have loaded
45    # the ZCML. Thus, we do it here. Note the use of installPackage()
46    # instead of installProduct().
47    # This is *only* necessary for packages outside the Products.*
48    # namespace which are also declared as Zope 2 products, using
49    # <five:registerPackage /> in ZCML.
50
51    # We may also need to load dependencies, e.g.:
52    #   ztc.installPackage('borg.localrole')
53
54    ztc.installPackage('ploneorg.kudobounty')
55
56# The order here is important: We first call the (deferred) function
57# which installs the products we need for this product. Then, we let
58# PloneTestCase set up this product on installation.
59
60setup_product()
61ptc.setupPloneSite(products=['ploneorg.kudobounty'])
62
63
64class TestCase(ptc.PloneTestCase):
65    """We use this base class for all the tests in this package. If
66    necessary, we can put common utility or setup code in here. This
67    applies to unit test cases.
68    """
69
70
71class FunctionalTestCase(ptc.FunctionalTestCase):
72    """We use this class for functional integration tests that use
73    doctest syntax. Again, we can put basic common utility or setup
74    code in here.
75    """
76
77    def afterSetUp(self):
78        roles = ('Member', 'Contributor')
79        self.portal.portal_membership.addMember('contributor',
80                                                'secret',
81                                                roles, [])
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