OpenStack library for messaging
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# Copyright 2013-2014 eNovance
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import uuid
import mock
import webob
from oslo.messaging.notify import middleware
from tests import utils
class FakeApp(object):
def __call__(self, env, start_response):
body = 'Some response'
start_response('200 OK', [
('Content-Type', 'text/plain'),
('Content-Length', str(sum(map(len, body))))
])
return [body]
class FakeFailingApp(object):
def __call__(self, env, start_response):
raise Exception("It happens!")
class NotifierMiddlewareTest(utils.BaseTestCase):
def test_notification(self):
m = middleware.RequestNotifier(FakeApp())
req = webob.Request.blank('/foo/bar',
environ={'REQUEST_METHOD': 'GET',
'HTTP_X_AUTH_TOKEN': uuid.uuid4()})
with mock.patch(
'oslo.messaging.notify.notifier.Notifier._notify') as notify:
m(req)
# Check first notification with only 'request'
call_args = notify.call_args_list[0][0]
self.assertEqual(call_args[1], 'http.request')
self.assertEqual(call_args[3], 'INFO')
self.assertEqual(set(call_args[2].keys()),
set(['request']))
request = call_args[2]['request']
self.assertEqual(request['PATH_INFO'], '/foo/bar')
self.assertEqual(request['REQUEST_METHOD'], 'GET')
self.assertIn('HTTP_X_SERVICE_NAME', request)
self.assertNotIn('HTTP_X_AUTH_TOKEN', request)
self.assertFalse(any(map(lambda s: s.startswith('wsgi.'),
request.keys())),
"WSGI fields are filtered out")
# Check second notification with request + response
call_args = notify.call_args_list[1][0]
self.assertEqual(call_args[1], 'http.response')
self.assertEqual(call_args[3], 'INFO')
self.assertEqual(set(call_args[2].keys()),
set(['request', 'response']))
request = call_args[2]['request']
self.assertEqual(request['PATH_INFO'], '/foo/bar')
self.assertEqual(request['REQUEST_METHOD'], 'GET')
self.assertIn('HTTP_X_SERVICE_NAME', request)
self.assertNotIn('HTTP_X_AUTH_TOKEN', request)
self.assertFalse(any(map(lambda s: s.startswith('wsgi.'),
request.keys())),
"WSGI fields are filtered out")
response = call_args[2]['response']
self.assertEqual(response['status'], '200 OK')
self.assertEqual(response['headers']['content-length'], '13')
def test_notification_response_failure(self):
m = middleware.RequestNotifier(FakeFailingApp())
req = webob.Request.blank('/foo/bar',
environ={'REQUEST_METHOD': 'GET',
'HTTP_X_AUTH_TOKEN': uuid.uuid4()})
with mock.patch(
'oslo.messaging.notify.notifier.Notifier._notify') as notify:
try:
m(req)
self.fail("Application exception has not been re-raised")
except Exception:
pass
# Check first notification with only 'request'
call_args = notify.call_args_list[0][0]
self.assertEqual(call_args[1], 'http.request')
self.assertEqual(call_args[3], 'INFO')
self.assertEqual(set(call_args[2].keys()),
set(['request']))
request = call_args[2]['request']
self.assertEqual(request['PATH_INFO'], '/foo/bar')
self.assertEqual(request['REQUEST_METHOD'], 'GET')
self.assertIn('HTTP_X_SERVICE_NAME', request)
self.assertNotIn('HTTP_X_AUTH_TOKEN', request)
self.assertFalse(any(map(lambda s: s.startswith('wsgi.'),
request.keys())),
"WSGI fields are filtered out")
# Check second notification with 'request' and 'exception'
call_args = notify.call_args_list[1][0]
self.assertEqual(call_args[1], 'http.response')
self.assertEqual(call_args[3], 'INFO')
self.assertEqual(set(call_args[2].keys()),
set(['request', 'exception']))
request = call_args[2]['request']
self.assertEqual(request['PATH_INFO'], '/foo/bar')
self.assertEqual(request['REQUEST_METHOD'], 'GET')
self.assertIn('HTTP_X_SERVICE_NAME', request)
self.assertNotIn('HTTP_X_AUTH_TOKEN', request)
self.assertFalse(any(map(lambda s: s.startswith('wsgi.'),
request.keys())),
"WSGI fields are filtered out")
exception = call_args[2]['exception']
self.assertIn('middleware.py', exception['traceback'][0])
self.assertIn('It happens!', exception['traceback'][-1])
self.assertEqual(exception['value'], "Exception('It happens!',)")
def test_process_request_fail(self):
def notify_error(context, publisher_id, event_type,
priority, payload):
raise Exception('error')
with mock.patch('oslo.messaging.notify.notifier.Notifier._notify',
notify_error):
m = middleware.RequestNotifier(FakeApp())
req = webob.Request.blank('/foo/bar',
environ={'REQUEST_METHOD': 'GET'})
m.process_request(req)
def test_process_response_fail(self):
def notify_error(context, publisher_id, event_type,
priority, payload):
raise Exception('error')
with mock.patch('oslo.messaging.notify.notifier.Notifier._notify',
notify_error):
m = middleware.RequestNotifier(FakeApp())
req = webob.Request.blank('/foo/bar',
environ={'REQUEST_METHOD': 'GET'})
m.process_response(req, webob.response.Response())
def test_ignore_req_opt(self):
m = middleware.RequestNotifier(FakeApp(),
ignore_req_list='get, PUT')
req = webob.Request.blank('/skip/foo',
environ={'REQUEST_METHOD': 'GET'})
req1 = webob.Request.blank('/skip/foo',
environ={'REQUEST_METHOD': 'PUT'})
req2 = webob.Request.blank('/accept/foo',
environ={'REQUEST_METHOD': 'POST'})
with mock.patch(
'oslo.messaging.notify.notifier.Notifier._notify') as notify:
# Check GET request does not send notification
m(req)
m(req1)
self.assertEqual(len(notify.call_args_list), 0)
# Check non-GET request does send notification
m(req2)
self.assertEqual(len(notify.call_args_list), 2)
call_args = notify.call_args_list[0][0]
self.assertEqual(call_args[1], 'http.request')
self.assertEqual(call_args[3], 'INFO')
self.assertEqual(set(call_args[2].keys()),
set(['request']))
request = call_args[2]['request']
self.assertEqual(request['PATH_INFO'], '/accept/foo')
self.assertEqual(request['REQUEST_METHOD'], 'POST')
call_args = notify.call_args_list[1][0]
self.assertEqual(call_args[1], 'http.response')
self.assertEqual(call_args[3], 'INFO')
self.assertEqual(set(call_args[2].keys()),
set(['request', 'response']))