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heat/heat/tests/test_support.py

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#
# Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may
# not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain
# a copy of the License at
#
# http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0
#
# Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software
# distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT
# WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the
# License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations
# under the License.
import six
from heat.engine import support
from heat.tests import common
class SupportStatusTest(common.HeatTestCase):
def test_valid_status(self):
for sstatus in support.SUPPORT_STATUSES:
previous = support.SupportStatus(version='test_version')
status = support.SupportStatus(
status=sstatus,
message='test_message',
version='test_version',
previous_status=previous,
)
self.assertEqual(sstatus, status.status)
self.assertEqual('test_message', status.message)
self.assertEqual('test_version', status.version)
self.assertEqual(previous, status.previous_status)
self.assertEqual({
'status': sstatus,
'message': 'test_message',
'version': 'test_version',
'previous_status': {'status': 'SUPPORTED',
'message': None,
'version': 'test_version',
'previous_status': None},
}, status.to_dict())
def test_invalid_status(self):
status = support.SupportStatus(
status='RANDOM',
message='test_message',
version='test_version',
previous_status=support.SupportStatus()
)
self.assertEqual(support.UNKNOWN, status.status)
self.assertEqual('Specified status is invalid, defaulting to UNKNOWN',
status.message)
self.assertIsNone(status.version)
self.assertIsNone(status.previous_status)
self.assertEqual({
'status': 'UNKNOWN',
'message': 'Specified status is invalid, defaulting to UNKNOWN',
'version': None,
'previous_status': None,
}, status.to_dict())
def test_previous_status(self):
sstatus = support.SupportStatus(
status=support.DEPRECATED,
version='2015.2',
previous_status=support.SupportStatus(
status=support.SUPPORTED,
version='2015.1'
)
)
self.assertEqual(support.DEPRECATED, sstatus.status)
self.assertEqual('2015.2', sstatus.version)
self.assertEqual(support.SUPPORTED, sstatus.previous_status.status)
self.assertEqual('2015.1', sstatus.previous_status.version)
self.assertEqual({'status': 'DEPRECATED',
'version': '2015.2',
'message': None,
'previous_status': {'status': 'SUPPORTED',
'version': '2015.1',
'message': None,
'previous_status': None}},
sstatus.to_dict())
def test_invalid_previous_status(self):
ex = self.assertRaises(ValueError,
support.SupportStatus, previous_status='YARRR')
self.assertEqual('previous_status must be SupportStatus '
'instead of %s' % str, six.text_type(ex))