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test_DateC.py

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""" Unit tests for DateCriteria module.

$Id: test_DateC.py 37996 2005-08-18 22:05:03Z jens $
"""

from unittest import TestSuite, makeSuite, main
import Testing
try:
    import Zope2
except ImportError: # BBB: for Zope 2.7
    import Zope as Zope2
Zope2.startup()

from DateTime.DateTime import DateTime

from Products.CMFCore.tests.base.testcase import RequestTest
from Products.CMFCore.tests.base.dummy import DummyContent
from Products.CMFTopic.Topic import Topic
from common import CriterionTestCase


class FriendlyDateCriterionTests(CriterionTestCase):

    lessThanFiveDaysOld = { 'value': 5
                          , 'operation': 'max'
                          , 'daterange': 'old'
                          }

    lessThanOneMonthAhead = { 'value': 31
                            , 'operation': 'max'
                            , 'daterange': 'ahead'
                            }
    today = { 'value': 0
            , 'operation': 'within_day'
            , 'daterange': 'ahead'
            }

    def _getTargetClass(self):
        from Products.CMFTopic.DateCriteria import FriendlyDateCriterion

        return FriendlyDateCriterion

    def test_Empty( self ):
        friendly = self._makeOne('foo', 'foofield')

        self.assertEqual( friendly.getId(), 'foo' )
        self.assertEqual( friendly.field, 'foofield' )
        self.assertEqual( friendly.value, None )
        self.assertEqual( friendly.operation, 'min' )
        self.assertEqual( friendly.daterange, 'old' )
        self.assertEqual( len( friendly.getCriteriaItems() ), 0 )

    def test_ListOfDefaultDates( self ):
        friendly = self._makeOne('foo', 'foofield')

        d = friendly.defaultDateOptions()
        self.assertEqual( d[0][0], 0 )
        self.assertEqual( d[1][0], 1 )
        self.assertEqual( d[2][0], 2 )

    def test_Clear( self ):
        friendly = self._makeOne('foo', 'foofield')

        friendly.edit( value=None )
        self.assertEqual( friendly.value, None )
        self.assertEqual( friendly.operation, 'min' )
        self.assertEqual( friendly.daterange, 'old' )

    def test_Basic( self ):
        friendly = self._makeOne('foo', 'foofield')

        friendly.apply( self.lessThanFiveDaysOld )
        self.assertEqual( friendly.value, 5 )
        self.assertEqual( friendly.operation, 'max' )
        self.assertEqual( friendly.daterange, 'old' )

    def test_BadInput( self ):
        friendly = self._makeOne('foo', 'foofield')

        # Bogus value
        self.assertRaises( ValueError, friendly.edit, 'blah' )

        # Bogus operation
        self.assertRaises( ValueError, friendly.edit, 4, 'min:max', 'old' )

        # Bogus daterange
        self.assertRaises( ValueError, friendly.edit, 4, 'max', 'new' )

    def test_StringAsValue( self ):
        friendly = self._makeOne('foo', 'foofield')

        friendly.edit( '4' )
        self.assertEqual( friendly.value, 4 )

        friendly.edit( '-4' )
        self.assertEqual( friendly.value, -4 )

        friendly.edit( '' )
        self.assertEqual( friendly.value, None )

    def test_Today( self ):
        friendly = self._makeOne('foo', 'foofield')

        friendly.apply( self.today )
        self.assertEqual( friendly.daterange, 'ahead' )

        now = DateTime()

        result = friendly.getCriteriaItems()
        self.assertEqual( len(result), 1 )
        self.assertEqual( result[0][0], 'foofield' )
        self.assertEqual( result[0][1]['query'],
                          ( now.earliestTime(), now.latestTime() ) )
        self.assertEqual( result[0][1]['range'], 'min:max' )

    def test_FiveDaysOld( self ):
        # This should create a query 
        friendly = self._makeOne('foo', 'foofield')

        friendly.apply( self.lessThanFiveDaysOld )
        self.assertEqual( friendly.daterange, 'old' )

        result = friendly.getCriteriaItems()
        self.assertEqual( len(result), 1 )
        self.assertEqual( result[0][0], 'foofield' )
        expect_earliest, expect_now = result[0][1]['query']
        self.assertEqual( expect_earliest.Date(),
                          ( DateTime() - 5 ).Date() )
        self.assertEqual( result[0][1]['range'], 'min:max' )

    def test_OneMonthAhead( self ):
        friendly = self._makeOne('foo', 'foofield')

        friendly.apply( self.lessThanOneMonthAhead )
        self.assertEqual( friendly.daterange, 'ahead' )

        result = friendly.getCriteriaItems()
        expect_now, expect_latest = result[0][1]['query']
        self.assertEqual( expect_latest.Date(), ( DateTime() + 31 ).Date() )
        self.assertEqual( expect_now.Date(), DateTime().Date() )
        self.assertEqual( result[0][1]['range'], 'min:max' )

class FriendlyDateCriterionFunctionalTests(RequestTest):
    # Test the date criterion using a "real CMF" with catalog etc.
    selectable_diffs = [0, 1, 2, 5, 7, 14, 31, 93, 186, 365, 730]
    nonzero_diffs = [1, 2, 5, 7, 14, 31, 93, 186, 365, 730]
    day_diffs = [-730, -365, -186, -93, -31, -14, -7, -5, -2, -1]
    day_diffs.extend(selectable_diffs)

    def setUp(self):
        RequestTest.setUp(self)
        self.root.manage_addProduct[ 'CMFDefault' ].manage_addCMFSite( 'site' )
        self.site = self.root.site
        self.site._setObject( 'topic', Topic('topic') )
        self.topic = self.site.topic
        self.topic.addCriterion('modified', 'Friendly Date Criterion')
        self.topic.addCriterion('portal_type', 'String Criterion')
        type_crit = self.topic.getCriterion('portal_type')
        type_crit.edit(value='Dummy Content')
        self.criterion = self.topic.getCriterion('modified')
        self.now = DateTime()

        for i in self.day_diffs:
            dummy_id = 'dummy%i' % i
            self.site._setObject( dummy_id, DummyContent( id=dummy_id
                                                        , catalog=1
                                                        ) )
            dummy_ob = getattr(self.site, dummy_id)
            dummy_ob.modified_date = self.now + i
            dummy_ob.reindexObject()


    def test_Harness(self):
        # Make sure the test harness is set up OK
        ob_values = self.site.objectValues(['Dummy'])
        self.assertEqual(len(ob_values), len(self.day_diffs))

        catalog_results = self.site.portal_catalog(portal_type='Dummy Content')
        self.assertEqual(len(catalog_results), len(self.day_diffs))

    def test_WithinDayAgo(self):
        # What items were modified "On the day X days ago"
        for diff in self.selectable_diffs:
            self.criterion.edit( value=abs(diff)
                               , operation='within_day'
                               , daterange='old'
                               )
            results = self.topic.queryCatalog()

            # There is only one item with an modified date for this day
            self.assertEquals(len(results), 1)
            self.assertEquals( results[0].modified.Date()
                             , (self.now-diff).Date()
                             )

    def test_WithinDayAhead(self):
        # What items were modified "On the day X days ahead"
        for diff in self.selectable_diffs:
            self.criterion.edit( value=abs(diff)
                               , operation='within_day'
                               , daterange='ahead'
                               )
            results = self.topic.queryCatalog()

            # There is only one item with an modified date for this day
            self.assertEquals(len(results), 1)
            self.assertEquals( results[0].modified.Date()
                             , (self.now+diff).Date()
                             )

    def test_MoreThanDaysAgo(self):
        # What items are modified "More than X days ago"
        resultset_size = len(self.nonzero_diffs)

        for diff in self.nonzero_diffs:
            self.criterion.edit( value=diff
                               , operation='min'
                               , daterange='old'
                               )
            results = self.topic.queryCatalog()
            
            # As we move up in our date difference range, we must find as 
            # many items as we have "modified" values <= the current value 
            # in our sequence of user-selectable time differences. As we 
            # increase the "value", we actually move backwards in time, so 
            # the expected count of results *decreases*
            self.assertEquals(len(results), resultset_size)
            for brain in results:
                self.failUnless(brain.modified <= self.now-diff)

            resultset_size -= 1

    def test_MoreThanZeroDaysAgo(self):
        # What items are modified "More than 0 days ago"?
        # This represents a special case. The "special munging"
        # that corrects the query terms to what a human would expect
        # are not applied and the search is a simple 
        # "everything in the future" search.
        resultset_size = len(self.selectable_diffs)
        self.criterion.edit( value=0
                           , operation='min'
                           , daterange='old'
                           )
        results = self.topic.queryCatalog()
        self.assertEquals(len(results), resultset_size)
        for brain in results:
            self.failUnless(brain.modified >= self.now)
 

    def test_MoreThanDaysAhead(self):
        # What items are modified "More than X days ahead"
        resultset_size = len(self.nonzero_diffs)

        for diff in self.nonzero_diffs:
            self.criterion.edit( value=diff
                               , operation='min'
                               , daterange='ahead'
                               )
            results = self.topic.queryCatalog()
            
            # As we move up in our date difference range, we must find as 
            # many items as we have "modified" values >= the current value 
            # in our sequence of user-selectable time differences. As we 
            # increase the "value", we actually move formward in time, so 
            # the expected count of results *decreases*
            self.assertEquals(len(results), resultset_size)
            for brain in results:
                self.failUnless(brain.modified >= self.now+diff)

            resultset_size -= 1

    def test_MoreThanZeroDaysAhead(self):
        # What items are modified "More than 0 days ahead"?
        # This represents a special case. The "special munging"
        # that corrects the query terms to what a human would expect
        # are not applied and the search is a simple 
        # "everything in the future" search.
        resultset_size = len(self.selectable_diffs)
        self.criterion.edit( value=0
                           , operation='min'
                           , daterange='ahead'
                           )
        results = self.topic.queryCatalog()
        self.assertEquals(len(results), resultset_size)
        for brain in results:
            self.failUnless(brain.modified >= self.now)

    def test_LessThanDaysAgo(self):
        # What items are modified "Less than X days ago"
        resultset_size = 2

        for diff in self.nonzero_diffs:
            self.criterion.edit( value=diff
                               , operation='max'
                               , daterange='old'
                               )
            results = self.topic.queryCatalog()
            
            # With this query we are looking for items modified "less than
            # X days ago", meaning between the given time and now. As we move
            # through the selectable day values we increase the range to
            # search through and thus increase the resultset size.
            self.assertEquals(len(results), resultset_size)
            for brain in results:
                self.failUnless(self.now-diff <= brain.modified <= self.now)

            resultset_size += 1

    def test_LessThanZeroDaysAgo(self):
        # What items are modified "Less than 0 days ago"?
        # This represents a special case. The "special munging"
        # that corrects the query terms to what a human would expect
        # are not applied and the search is a simple 
        # "everything in the past" search.
        resultset_size = len(self.selectable_diffs)
        self.criterion.edit( value=0
                           , operation='max'
                           , daterange='old'
                           )
        results = self.topic.queryCatalog()
        self.assertEquals(len(results), resultset_size)
        for brain in results:
            self.failUnless(brain.modified <= self.now)
            
    def test_LessThanDaysAhead(self):
        # What items are modified "Less than X days ahead"
        resultset_size = 2

        for diff in self.nonzero_diffs:
            self.criterion.edit( value=diff
                               , operation='max'
                               , daterange='ahead'
                               )
            results = self.topic.queryCatalog()
            
            # With this query we are looking for items modified "less than
            # X days ahead", meaning between now and the given time. As we move
            # through the selectable day values we increase the range to
            # search through and thus increase the resultset size.
            self.assertEquals(len(results), resultset_size)
            for brain in results:
                self.failUnless(self.now+diff >= brain.modified >= self.now)

            resultset_size += 1

    def test_LessThanZeroDaysAhead(self):
        # What items are modified "Less than 0 days ahead"?
        # This represents a special case. The "special munging"
        # that corrects the query terms to what a human would expect
        # are not applied and the search is a simple 
        # "everything in the past" search.
        resultset_size = len(self.selectable_diffs)
        self.criterion.edit( value=0
                           , operation='max'
                           , daterange='ahead'
                           )
        results = self.topic.queryCatalog()
        self.assertEquals(len(results), resultset_size)
        for brain in results:
            self.failUnless(brain.modified <= self.now)


def test_suite():
    return TestSuite((
        makeSuite(FriendlyDateCriterionTests),
        makeSuite(FriendlyDateCriterionFunctionalTests),
        ))

if __name__ == '__main__':
    main(defaultTest='test_suite')

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