Vendor-facing API for registration of interop-compliance
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import json
import uuid
from unittest import mock
from oslo_config import fixture as config_fixture
import webtest.app
from refstack.api import constants as api_const
from refstack import db
from refstack.tests import api
FAKE_PRODUCT = {
'name': 'product name',
'description': 'product description',
'product_type': api_const.CLOUD,
}
class TestProductsEndpoint(api.FunctionalTest):
"""Test case for the 'products' API endpoint."""
URL = '/v1/products/'
def setUp(self):
super(TestProductsEndpoint, self).setUp()
self.config_fixture = config_fixture.Config()
self.CONF = self.useFixture(self.config_fixture).conf
self.user_info = {
'openid': 'test-open-id',
'email': 'foo@bar.com',
'fullname': 'Foo Bar'
}
db.user_save(self.user_info)
@mock.patch('refstack.api.utils.get_user_id', return_value='test-open-id')
def test_post(self, mock_get_user):
"""Test products endpoint with post request."""
product = json.dumps(FAKE_PRODUCT)
actual_response = self.post_json(self.URL, params=product)
self.assertIn('id', actual_response)
try:
uuid.UUID(actual_response.get('id'), version=4)
except ValueError:
self.fail("actual_response doesn't contain new item id")
@mock.patch('refstack.api.utils.get_user_id', return_value='test-open-id')
def test_post_with_empty_object(self, mock_get_user):
"""Test products endpoint with empty product request."""
results = json.dumps(dict())
self.assertRaises(webtest.app.AppError,
self.post_json,
self.URL,
params=results)
@mock.patch('refstack.api.utils.get_user_id', return_value='test-open-id')
def test_post_with_invalid_schema(self, mock_get_user):
"""Test post request with invalid schema."""
products = json.dumps({
'foo': 'bar',
})
self.assertRaises(webtest.app.AppError,
self.post_json,
self.URL,
params=products)
@mock.patch('refstack.api.utils.get_user_id', return_value='test-open-id')
def test_vendor_was_created(self, mock_get_user):
"""Test get_one request."""
product = json.dumps(FAKE_PRODUCT)
post_response = self.post_json(self.URL, params=product)
get_response = self.get_json(self.URL + post_response.get('id'))
vendor_id = get_response.get('organization_id')
self.assertIsNotNone(vendor_id)
# check vendor is present
get_response = self.get_json('/v1/vendors/' + vendor_id)
@mock.patch('refstack.api.utils.get_user_id', return_value='test-open-id')
def test_using_default_vendor(self, mock_get_user):
"""Test get_one request."""
product = json.dumps(FAKE_PRODUCT)
post_response = self.post_json(self.URL, params=product)
get_response = self.get_json(self.URL + post_response.get('id'))
vendor_id = get_response.get('organization_id')
self.assertIsNotNone(vendor_id)
# check vendor is present
get_response = self.get_json('/v1/vendors/' + vendor_id)
# create one more product
product = json.dumps(FAKE_PRODUCT)
post_response = self.post_json(self.URL, params=product)
@mock.patch('refstack.api.utils.get_user_id', return_value='test-open-id')
def test_get_by_org(self, mock_get_user):
"""Test getting products of an organization."""
org1 = db.add_organization({'name': 'test-vendor1'}, 'test-open-id')
org2 = db.add_organization({'name': 'test-vendor2'}, 'test-open-id')
prod_info = {'name': 'product1',
'description': 'product description',
'product_type': 1, 'type': 0,
'organization_id': org1['id'], 'public': True}
prod1 = db.add_product(prod_info, 'test-open-id')
prod_info['name'] = 'product2'
prod_info['organization_id'] = org2['id']
prod2 = db.add_product(prod_info, 'test-open-id')
get_response = self.get_json(self.URL +
'?organization_id=' + org1['id'])
self.assertEqual(1, len(get_response['products']))
self.assertEqual(prod1['id'], get_response['products'][0]['id'])
get_response = self.get_json(self.URL +
'?organization_id=' + org2['id'])
self.assertEqual(1, len(get_response['products']))
self.assertEqual(prod2['id'], get_response['products'][0]['id'])
# Test that non-admin can't view non-public products of an org.
db.update_product({'id': prod1['id'], 'public': False})
mock_get_user.return_value = 'some-user'
get_response = self.get_json(self.URL +
'?organization_id=' + org1['id'])
self.assertFalse(get_response['products'])
@mock.patch('refstack.api.utils.get_user_id', return_value='test-open-id')
def test_get_one(self, mock_get_user):
"""Test get_one request."""
product = json.dumps(FAKE_PRODUCT)
post_response = self.post_json(self.URL, params=product)
get_response = self.get_json(self.URL + post_response.get('id'))
# some of these fields are only exposed to the owner/foundation.
self.assertIn('created_by_user', get_response)
self.assertIn('properties', get_response)
self.assertIn('created_at', get_response)
self.assertIn('updated_at', get_response)
self.assertEqual(FAKE_PRODUCT['name'],
get_response['name'])
self.assertEqual(FAKE_PRODUCT['description'],
get_response['description'])
self.assertEqual(api_const.PUBLIC_CLOUD,
get_response['type'])
self.assertEqual(api_const.CLOUD,
get_response['product_type'])
# reset auth and check return result for anonymous
mock_get_user.return_value = None
self.assertRaises(webtest.app.AppError,
self.get_json,
self.URL + post_response.get('id'))
mock_get_user.return_value = 'foo-open-id'
# Make product public.
product_info = {'id': post_response.get('id'), 'public': 1}
db.update_product(product_info)
# Test when getting product info when not owner/foundation.
get_response = self.get_json(self.URL + post_response.get('id'))
self.assertNotIn('created_by_user', get_response)
self.assertNotIn('created_at', get_response)
self.assertNotIn('updated_at', get_response)
@mock.patch('refstack.api.utils.get_user_id', return_value='test-open-id')
def test_delete(self, mock_get_user):
"""Test delete request."""
product = json.dumps(FAKE_PRODUCT)
post_response = self.post_json(self.URL, params=product)
self.delete(self.URL + post_response.get('id'))
@mock.patch('refstack.api.utils.get_user_id', return_value='test-open-id')
def test_update(self, mock_get_user):
"""Test put(update) request."""
product = json.dumps(FAKE_PRODUCT)
post_response = self.post_json(self.URL, params=product)
id = post_response.get('id')
# check update of properties
props = {'properties': {'fake01': 'value01'}}
post_response = self.put_json(self.URL + id,
params=json.dumps(props))
get_response = self.get_json(self.URL + id)
self.assertEqual(FAKE_PRODUCT['name'],
get_response['name'])
self.assertEqual(FAKE_PRODUCT['description'],
get_response['description'])
self.assertEqual(props['properties'],
json.loads(get_response['properties']))
# check second update of properties
props = {'properties': {'fake02': 'value03'}}
post_response = self.put_json(self.URL + id,
params=json.dumps(props))
get_response = self.get_json(self.URL + id)
self.assertEqual(props['properties'],
json.loads(get_response['properties']))
def test_get_one_invalid_url(self):
"""Test get request with invalid url."""
self.assertRaises(webtest.app.AppError,
self.get_json,
self.URL + 'fake_id')
def test_get_with_empty_database(self):
"""Test get(list) request with no items in DB."""
results = self.get_json(self.URL)
self.assertEqual([], results['products'])
class TestProductVersionEndpoint(api.FunctionalTest):
"""Test case for the 'products/<product_id>/version' API endpoint."""
def setUp(self):
super(TestProductVersionEndpoint, self).setUp()
self.config_fixture = config_fixture.Config()
self.CONF = self.useFixture(self.config_fixture).conf
self.user_info = {
'openid': 'test-open-id',
'email': 'foo@bar.com',
'fullname': 'Foo Bar'
}
db.user_save(self.user_info)
patcher = mock.patch('refstack.api.utils.get_user_id')
self.addCleanup(patcher.stop)
self.mock_get_user = patcher.start()
self.mock_get_user.return_value = 'test-open-id'
product = json.dumps(FAKE_PRODUCT)
response = self.post_json('/v1/products/', params=product)
self.product_id = response['id']
self.URL = '/v1/products/' + self.product_id + '/versions/'
def test_get(self):
"""Test getting a list of versions."""
response = self.get_json(self.URL)
# Product created without version specified.
self.assertIsNone(response[0]['version'])
# Create a version
post_response = self.post_json(self.URL,
params=json.dumps({'version': '1.0'}))
response = self.get_json(self.URL)
self.assertEqual(2, len(response))
self.assertEqual(post_response['version'], response[1]['version'])
def test_get_one(self):
""""Test get a specific version."""
# Create a version
post_response = self.post_json(self.URL,
params=json.dumps({'version': '2.0'}))
version_id = post_response['id']
response = self.get_json(self.URL + version_id)
self.assertEqual(post_response['version'], response['version'])
# Test nonexistent version.
self.assertRaises(webtest.app.AppError, self.get_json,
self.URL + 'sdsdsds')
def test_post(self):
"""Test creating a product version."""
version = {'cpid': '123', 'version': '5.0'}
post_response = self.post_json(self.URL, params=json.dumps(version))
get_response = self.get_json(self.URL + post_response['id'])
self.assertEqual(version['cpid'], get_response['cpid'])
self.assertEqual(version['version'], get_response['version'])
self.assertEqual(self.product_id, get_response['product_id'])
self.assertIn('id', get_response)
# Test 'version' not in response body.
response = self.post_json(self.URL, expect_errors=True,
params=json.dumps({'cpid': '123'}))
self.assertEqual(400, response.status_code)
def test_put(self):
"""Test updating a product version."""
post_response = self.post_json(self.URL,
params=json.dumps({'version': '6.0'}))
version_id = post_response['id']
response = self.get_json(self.URL + version_id)
self.assertIsNone(response['cpid'])
props = {'cpid': '1233'}
self.put_json(self.URL + version_id, params=json.dumps(props))
response = self.get_json(self.URL + version_id)
self.assertEqual('1233', response['cpid'])
def test_delete(self):
"""Test deleting a product version."""
post_response = self.post_json(self.URL,
params=json.dumps({'version': '7.0'}))
version_id = post_response['id']
self.delete(self.URL + version_id)
self.assertRaises(webtest.app.AppError, self.get_json,
self.URL + 'version_id')
# Get the null version and ensure it can't be deleted.
versions = self.get_json(self.URL)
version_id = versions[0]['id']
response = self.delete(self.URL + version_id, expect_errors=True)
self.assertEqual(400, response.status_code)