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BEGIN { do "./t/lib/ANFANG.pm" or die ( $@ || $! ) }
## ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
## Tests for the $resultset->populate method.
##
## GOALS: We need to test the method for both void and array context for all
## the following relationship types: belongs_to, has_many. Additionally we
## need to test each of those for both specified PK's and autogenerated PK's
##
## Also need to test some stuff that should generate errors.
## ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
use strict;
use warnings;
use Test::More;
use Test::Warn;
use Test::Exception;
use DBICTest;
## ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
## Get a Schema and some ResultSets we can play with.
## ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
my $schema = DBICTest->init_schema();
my $art_rs = $schema->resultset('Artist');
my $cd_rs = $schema->resultset('CD');
my $restricted_art_rs = $art_rs->search({ -and => [ rank => 42, charfield => { '=', \['(SELECT MAX(artistid) FROM artist) + ?', 6] } ] });
ok( $schema, 'Got a Schema object');
ok( $art_rs, 'Got Good Artist Resultset');
ok( $cd_rs, 'Got Good CD Resultset');
## ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
## Schema populate Tests
## ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
SCHEMA_POPULATE1: {
# throw a monkey wrench
my $post_jnap_monkeywrench = $schema->resultset('Artist')->find(1)->update({ name => undef });
warnings_exist { $schema->populate('Artist', [
[qw/name cds/],
["001First Artist", [
{title=>"001Title1", year=>2000},
{title=>"001Title2", year=>2001},
{title=>"001Title3", year=>2002},
]],
["002Second Artist", []],
["003Third Artist", [
{title=>"003Title1", year=>2005},
]],
[undef, [
{title=>"004Title1", year=>2010}
]],
]) } qr/\QFast-path populate() of non-uniquely identifiable rows with related data is not possible/;
isa_ok $schema, 'DBIx::Class::Schema';
my ( $preexisting_undef, $artist1, $artist2, $artist3, $undef ) = $schema->resultset('Artist')->search({
name=>["001First Artist","002Second Artist","003Third Artist", undef]},
{order_by => { -asc => 'artistid' }})->all;
isa_ok $artist1, 'DBICTest::Artist';
isa_ok $artist2, 'DBICTest::Artist';
isa_ok $artist3, 'DBICTest::Artist';
isa_ok $undef, 'DBICTest::Artist';
ok $artist1->name eq '001First Artist', "Got Expected Artist Name for Artist001";
ok $artist2->name eq '002Second Artist', "Got Expected Artist Name for Artist002";
ok $artist3->name eq '003Third Artist', "Got Expected Artist Name for Artist003";
ok !defined $undef->name, "Got Expected Artist Name for Artist004";
ok $artist1->cds->count eq 3, "Got Right number of CDs for Artist1";
ok $artist2->cds->count eq 0, "Got Right number of CDs for Artist2";
ok $artist3->cds->count eq 1, "Got Right number of CDs for Artist3";
ok $undef->cds->count eq 1, "Got Right number of CDs for Artist4";
$post_jnap_monkeywrench->delete;
ARTIST1CDS: {
my ($cd1, $cd2, $cd3) = $artist1->cds->search(undef, {order_by=>'year ASC'});
isa_ok $cd1, 'DBICTest::CD';
isa_ok $cd2, 'DBICTest::CD';
isa_ok $cd3, 'DBICTest::CD';
ok $cd1->year == 2000;
ok $cd2->year == 2001;
ok $cd3->year == 2002;
ok $cd1->title eq '001Title1';
ok $cd2->title eq '001Title2';
ok $cd3->title eq '001Title3';
}
ARTIST3CDS: {
my ($cd1) = $artist3->cds->search(undef, {order_by=>'year ASC'});
isa_ok $cd1, 'DBICTest::CD';
ok $cd1->year == 2005;
ok $cd1->title eq '003Title1';
}
ARTIST4CDS: {
my ($cd1) = $undef->cds->search(undef, {order_by=>'year ASC'});
isa_ok $cd1, 'DBICTest::CD';
ok $cd1->year == 2010;
ok $cd1->title eq '004Title1';
}
## Need to do some cleanup so that later tests don't get borked
$undef->delete;
}
## ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
## Array context tests
## ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
ARRAY_CONTEXT: {
## These first set of tests are cake because array context just delegates
## all its processing to $resultset->create
HAS_MANY_NO_PKS: {
## This first group of tests checks to make sure we can call populate
## with the parent having many children and let the keys be automatic
my $artists = [
{
name => 'Angsty-Whiny Girl',
cds => [
{ title => 'My First CD', year => 2006 },
{ title => 'Yet More Tweeny-Pop crap', year => 2007 },
],
},
{
name => 'Manufactured Crap',
},
{
name => 'Like I Give a Damn',
cds => [
{ title => 'My parents sold me to a record company' ,year => 2005 },
{ title => 'Why Am I So Ugly?', year => 2006 },
{ title => 'I Got Surgery and am now Popular', year => 2007 }
],
},
{
name => 'Formerly Named',
cds => [
{ title => 'One Hit Wonder', year => 2006 },
],
},
];
## Get the result row objects.
my ($girl, $crap, $damn, $formerly) = $art_rs->populate($artists);
## Do we have the right object?
isa_ok( $crap, 'DBICTest::Artist', "Got 'Artist'");
isa_ok( $girl, 'DBICTest::Artist', "Got 'Artist'");
isa_ok( $damn, 'DBICTest::Artist', "Got 'Artist'");
isa_ok( $formerly, 'DBICTest::Artist', "Got 'Artist'");
## Find the expected information?
ok( $crap->name eq 'Manufactured Crap', "Got Correct name for result object");
ok( $girl->name eq 'Angsty-Whiny Girl', "Got Correct name for result object");
ok( $damn->name eq 'Like I Give a Damn', "Got Correct name for result object");
ok( $formerly->name eq 'Formerly Named', "Got Correct name for result object");
## Create the expected children sub objects?
ok( $crap->cds->count == 0, "got Expected Number of Cds");
ok( $girl->cds->count == 2, "got Expected Number of Cds");
ok( $damn->cds->count == 3, "got Expected Number of Cds");
ok( $formerly->cds->count == 1, "got Expected Number of Cds");
## Did the cds get expected information?
my ($cd1, $cd2) = $girl->cds->search({},{order_by=>'year'});
ok( $cd1->title eq "My First CD", "Got Expected CD Title");
ok( $cd2->title eq "Yet More Tweeny-Pop crap", "Got Expected CD Title");
}
HAS_MANY_WITH_PKS: {
## This group tests the ability to specify the PK in the parent and let
## DBIC transparently pass the PK down to the Child and also let's the
## child create any other needed PK's for itself.
my $aid = $art_rs->get_column('artistid')->max || 0;
my $first_aid = ++$aid;
my $artists = [
{
artistid => $first_aid,
name => 'PK_Angsty-Whiny Girl',
cds => [
{ artist => $first_aid, title => 'PK_My First CD', year => 2006 },
{ artist => $first_aid, title => 'PK_Yet More Tweeny-Pop crap', year => 2007 },
],
},
{
artistid => ++$aid,
name => 'PK_Manufactured Crap',
},
{
artistid => ++$aid,
name => 'PK_Like I Give a Damn',
cds => [
{ title => 'PK_My parents sold me to a record company' ,year => 2005 },
{ title => 'PK_Why Am I So Ugly?', year => 2006 },
{ title => 'PK_I Got Surgery and am now Popular', year => 2007 }
],
},
{
artistid => ++$aid,
name => 'PK_Formerly Named',
cds => [
{ title => 'PK_One Hit Wonder', year => 2006 },
],
},
];
## Get the result row objects.
my ($girl, $crap, $damn, $formerly) = $art_rs->populate($artists);
## Do we have the right object?
isa_ok( $crap, 'DBICTest::Artist', "Got 'Artist'");
isa_ok( $girl, 'DBICTest::Artist', "Got 'Artist'");
isa_ok( $damn, 'DBICTest::Artist', "Got 'Artist'");
isa_ok( $formerly, 'DBICTest::Artist', "Got 'Artist'");
## Find the expected information?
ok( $crap->name eq 'PK_Manufactured Crap', "Got Correct name for result object");
ok( $girl->name eq 'PK_Angsty-Whiny Girl', "Got Correct name for result object");
ok( $girl->artistid == $first_aid, "Got Correct artist PK for result object");
ok( $damn->name eq 'PK_Like I Give a Damn', "Got Correct name for result object");
ok( $formerly->name eq 'PK_Formerly Named', "Got Correct name for result object");
## Create the expected children sub objects?
ok( $crap->cds->count == 0, "got Expected Number of Cds");
ok( $girl->cds->count == 2, "got Expected Number of Cds");
ok( $damn->cds->count == 3, "got Expected Number of Cds");
ok( $formerly->cds->count == 1, "got Expected Number of Cds");
## Did the cds get expected information?
my ($cd1, $cd2) = $girl->cds->search({},{order_by=>'year ASC'});
ok( $cd1->title eq "PK_My First CD", "Got Expected CD Title");
ok( $cd2->title eq "PK_Yet More Tweeny-Pop crap", "Got Expected CD Title");
}
BELONGS_TO_NO_PKs: {
## Test from a belongs_to perspective, should create artist first,
## then CD with artistid. This test we let the system automatically
## create the PK's. Chances are good you'll use it this way mostly.
my $cds = [
{
title => 'Some CD3',
year => '1997',
artist => { name => 'Fred BloggsC'},
},
{
title => 'Some CD4',
year => '1997',
artist => { name => 'Fred BloggsD'},
},
];
my ($cdA, $cdB) = $cd_rs->populate($cds);
isa_ok($cdA, 'DBICTest::CD', 'Created CD');
isa_ok($cdA->artist, 'DBICTest::Artist', 'Set Artist');
is($cdA->artist->name, 'Fred BloggsC', 'Set Artist to FredC');
isa_ok($cdB, 'DBICTest::CD', 'Created CD');
isa_ok($cdB->artist, 'DBICTest::Artist', 'Set Artist');
is($cdB->artist->name, 'Fred BloggsD', 'Set Artist to FredD');
}
BELONGS_TO_WITH_PKs: {
## Test from a belongs_to perspective, should create artist first,
## then CD with artistid. This time we try setting the PK's
my $aid = $art_rs->get_column('artistid')->max || 0;
my $cds = [
{
title => 'Some CD3',
year => '1997',
artist => { artistid=> ++$aid, name => 'Fred BloggsE'},
},
{
title => 'Some CD4',
year => '1997',
artist => { artistid=> ++$aid, name => 'Fred BloggsF'},
},
];
my ($cdA, $cdB) = $cd_rs->populate($cds);
isa_ok($cdA, 'DBICTest::CD', 'Created CD');
isa_ok($cdA->artist, 'DBICTest::Artist', 'Set Artist');
is($cdA->artist->name, 'Fred BloggsE', 'Set Artist to FredE');
isa_ok($cdB, 'DBICTest::CD', 'Created CD');
isa_ok($cdB->artist, 'DBICTest::Artist', 'Set Artist');
is($cdB->artist->name, 'Fred BloggsF', 'Set Artist to FredF');
ok($cdB->artist->artistid == $aid, "Got Expected Artist ID");
}
WITH_COND_FROM_RS: {
my ($more_crap) = $restricted_art_rs->populate([
{
name => 'More Manufactured Crap',
},
]);
## Did it use the condition in the resultset?
$more_crap->discard_changes;
cmp_ok( $more_crap->rank, '==', 42, "Got Correct rank for result object");
cmp_ok( $more_crap->charfield, '==', $more_crap->id + 5, "Got Correct charfield for result object");
}
}
## ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
## Void context tests
## ----------------------------------------------------------------------------
VOID_CONTEXT: {
## All these tests check the ability to use populate without asking for
## any returned resultsets. This uses bulk_insert as much as possible
## in order to increase speed.
HAS_MANY_WITH_PKS: {
## This first group of tests checks to make sure we can call populate
## with the parent having many children and the parent PK is set
my $aid = $art_rs->get_column('artistid')->max || 0;
my $first_aid = ++$aid;
my $artists = [
{
artistid => $first_aid,
name => 'VOID_PK_Angsty-Whiny Girl',
cds => [
{ artist => $first_aid, title => 'VOID_PK_My First CD', year => 2006 },
{ artist => $first_aid, title => 'VOID_PK_Yet More Tweeny-Pop crap', year => 2007 },
],
},
{
artistid => ++$aid,
name => 'VOID_PK_Manufactured Crap',
},
{
artistid => ++$aid,
name => 'VOID_PK_Like I Give a Damn',
cds => [
{ title => 'VOID_PK_My parents sold me to a record company' ,year => 2005 },
{ title => 'VOID_PK_Why Am I So Ugly?', year => 2006 },
{ title => 'VOID_PK_I Got Surgery and am now Popular', year => 2007 }
],
},
{
artistid => ++$aid,
name => 'VOID_PK_Formerly Named',
cds => [
{ title => 'VOID_PK_One Hit Wonder', year => 2006 },
],
},
{
artistid => ++$aid,
name => undef,
cds => [
{ title => 'VOID_PK_Zundef test', year => 2006 },
],
},
];
## Get the result row objects.
$art_rs->populate($artists);
my ($undef, $girl, $formerly, $damn, $crap) = $art_rs->search(
{name=>[ map { $_->{name} } @$artists]},
{order_by=>'name ASC'},
);
## Do we have the right object?
isa_ok( $crap, 'DBICTest::Artist', "Got 'Artist'");
isa_ok( $girl, 'DBICTest::Artist', "Got 'Artist'");
isa_ok( $damn, 'DBICTest::Artist', "Got 'Artist'");
isa_ok( $formerly, 'DBICTest::Artist', "Got 'Artist'");
isa_ok( $undef, 'DBICTest::Artist', "Got 'Artist'");
## Find the expected information?
ok( $crap->name eq 'VOID_PK_Manufactured Crap', "Got Correct name 'VOID_PK_Manufactured Crap' for result object");
ok( $girl->name eq 'VOID_PK_Angsty-Whiny Girl', "Got Correct name for result object");
ok( $damn->name eq 'VOID_PK_Like I Give a Damn', "Got Correct name for result object");
ok( $formerly->name eq 'VOID_PK_Formerly Named', "Got Correct name for result object");
ok( !defined $undef->name, "Got Correct name 'is undef' for result object");
## Create the expected children sub objects?
ok( $crap->can('cds'), "Has cds relationship");
ok( $girl->can('cds'), "Has cds relationship");
ok( $damn->can('cds'), "Has cds relationship");
ok( $formerly->can('cds'), "Has cds relationship");
ok( $undef->can('cds'), "Has cds relationship");
ok( $crap->cds->count == 0, "got Expected Number of Cds");
ok( $girl->cds->count == 2, "got Expected Number of Cds");
ok( $damn->cds->count == 3, "got Expected Number of Cds");
ok( $formerly->cds->count == 1, "got Expected Number of Cds");
ok( $undef->cds->count == 1, "got Expected Number of Cds");
## Did the cds get expected information?
my ($cd1, $cd2) = $girl->cds->search({},{order_by=>'year ASC'});
ok( $cd1->title eq "VOID_PK_My First CD", "Got Expected CD Title");
ok( $cd2->title eq "VOID_PK_Yet More Tweeny-Pop crap", "Got Expected CD Title");
}
BELONGS_TO_WITH_PKs: {
## Test from a belongs_to perspective, should create artist first,
## then CD with artistid. This time we try setting the PK's
my $aid = $art_rs->get_column('artistid')->max || 0;
my $cds = [
{
title => 'Some CD3B',
year => '1997',
artist => { artistid=> ++$aid, name => 'Fred BloggsCB'},
},
{
title => 'Some CD4B',
year => '1997',
artist => { artistid=> ++$aid, name => 'Fred BloggsDB'},
},
];
warnings_exist {
$cd_rs->populate($cds)
} qr/\QFast-path populate() of belongs_to relationship data is not possible/;
my ($cdA, $cdB) = $cd_rs->search(
{title=>[sort map {$_->{title}} @$cds]},
{order_by=>'title ASC'},
);
isa_ok($cdA, 'DBICTest::CD', 'Created CD');
isa_ok($cdA->artist, 'DBICTest::Artist', 'Set Artist');
is($cdA->artist->name, 'Fred BloggsCB', 'Set Artist to FredCB');
isa_ok($cdB, 'DBICTest::CD', 'Created CD');
isa_ok($cdB->artist, 'DBICTest::Artist', 'Set Artist');
is($cdB->artist->name, 'Fred BloggsDB', 'Set Artist to FredDB');
ok($cdB->artist->artistid == $aid, "Got Expected Artist ID");
}
BELONGS_TO_NO_PKs: {
## Test from a belongs_to perspective, should create artist first,
## then CD with artistid.
my $cds = [
{
title => 'Some CD3BB',
year => '1997',
artist => { name => 'Fred BloggsCBB'},
},
{
title => 'Some CD4BB',
year => '1997',
artist => { name => 'Fred BloggsDBB'},
},
{
title => 'Some CD5BB',
year => '1997',
artist => { name => undef},
},
];
warnings_exist {
$cd_rs->populate($cds);
} qr/\QFast-path populate() of belongs_to relationship data is not possible/;
my ($cdA, $cdB, $cdC) = $cd_rs->search(
{title=>[sort map {$_->{title}} @$cds]},
{order_by=>'title ASC'},
);
isa_ok($cdA, 'DBICTest::CD', 'Created CD');
isa_ok($cdA->artist, 'DBICTest::Artist', 'Set Artist');
is($cdA->title, 'Some CD3BB', 'Found Expected title');
is($cdA->artist->name, 'Fred BloggsCBB', 'Set Artist to FredCBB');
isa_ok($cdB, 'DBICTest::CD', 'Created CD');
isa_ok($cdB->artist, 'DBICTest::Artist', 'Set Artist');
is($cdB->title, 'Some CD4BB', 'Found Expected title');
is($cdB->artist->name, 'Fred BloggsDBB', 'Set Artist to FredDBB');
isa_ok($cdC, 'DBICTest::CD', 'Created CD');
isa_ok($cdC->artist, 'DBICTest::Artist', 'Set Artist');
is($cdC->title, 'Some CD5BB', 'Found Expected title');
is( $cdC->artist->name, undef, 'Set Artist to something undefined');
}
HAS_MANY_NO_PKS: {
## This first group of tests checks to make sure we can call populate
## with the parent having many children and let the keys be automatic
my $artists = [
{
name => 'VOID_Angsty-Whiny Girl',
cds => [
{ title => 'VOID_My First CD', year => 2006 },
{ title => 'VOID_Yet More Tweeny-Pop crap', year => 2007 },
],
},
{
name => 'VOID_Manufactured Crap',
},
{
name => 'VOID_Like I Give a Damn',
cds => [
{ title => 'VOID_My parents sold me to a record company' ,year => 2005 },
{ title => 'VOID_Why Am I So Ugly?', year => 2006 },
{ title => 'VOID_I Got Surgery and am now Popular', year => 2007 }
],
},
{
name => 'VOID_Formerly Named',
cds => [
{ title => 'VOID_One Hit Wonder', year => 2006 },
],
},
];
## Get the result row objects.
$art_rs->populate($artists);
my ($girl, $formerly, $damn, $crap) = $art_rs->search(
{name=>[sort map {$_->{name}} @$artists]},
{order_by=>'name ASC'},
);
## Do we have the right object?
isa_ok( $crap, 'DBICTest::Artist', "Got 'Artist'");
isa_ok( $girl, 'DBICTest::Artist', "Got 'Artist'");
isa_ok( $damn, 'DBICTest::Artist', "Got 'Artist'");
isa_ok( $formerly, 'DBICTest::Artist', "Got 'Artist'");
## Find the expected information?
ok( $crap->name eq 'VOID_Manufactured Crap', "Got Correct name for result object");
ok( $girl->name eq 'VOID_Angsty-Whiny Girl', "Got Correct name for result object");
ok( $damn->name eq 'VOID_Like I Give a Damn', "Got Correct name for result object");
ok( $formerly->name eq 'VOID_Formerly Named', "Got Correct name for result object");
## Create the expected children sub objects?
ok( $crap->can('cds'), "Has cds relationship");
ok( $girl->can('cds'), "Has cds relationship");
ok( $damn->can('cds'), "Has cds relationship");
ok( $formerly->can('cds'), "Has cds relationship");
ok( $crap->cds->count == 0, "got Expected Number of Cds");
ok( $girl->cds->count == 2, "got Expected Number of Cds");
ok( $damn->cds->count == 3, "got Expected Number of Cds");
ok( $formerly->cds->count == 1, "got Expected Number of Cds");
## Did the cds get expected information?
my ($cd1, $cd2) = $girl->cds->search({},{order_by=>'year ASC'});
ok($cd1, "Got a got CD");
ok($cd2, "Got a got CD");
ok( $cd1->title eq "VOID_My First CD", "Got Expected CD Title");
ok( $cd2->title eq "VOID_Yet More Tweeny-Pop crap", "Got Expected CD Title");
}
WITH_COND_FROM_RS: {
$restricted_art_rs->populate([
{
name => 'VOID More Manufactured Crap',
},
]);
my $more_crap = $art_rs->search({
name => 'VOID More Manufactured Crap'
})->first;
## Did it use the condition in the resultset?
$more_crap->discard_changes;
cmp_ok( $more_crap->rank, '==', 42, "Got Correct rank for result object");
cmp_ok( $more_crap->charfield, '==', $more_crap->id + 5, "Got Correct charfield for result object");
}
}
ARRAYREF_OF_ARRAYREF_STYLE: {
$art_rs->populate([
[qw/artistid name/],
[1000, 'A Formally Unknown Singer'],
[1001, 'A singer that jumped the shark two albums ago'],
[1002, 'An actually cool singer.'],
]);
ok my $unknown = $art_rs->find(1000), "got Unknown";
ok my $jumped = $art_rs->find(1001), "got Jumped";
ok my $cool = $art_rs->find(1002), "got Cool";
is $unknown->name, 'A Formally Unknown Singer', 'Correct Name';
is $jumped->name, 'A singer that jumped the shark two albums ago', 'Correct Name';
is $cool->name, 'An actually cool singer.', 'Correct Name';
my ($cooler, $lamer) = $restricted_art_rs->populate([
[qw/artistid name/],
[1003, 'Cooler'],
[1004, 'Lamer'],
]);
is $cooler->name, 'Cooler', 'Correct Name';
is $lamer->name, 'Lamer', 'Correct Name';
for ($cooler, $lamer) {
$_->discard_changes;
cmp_ok( $_->rank, '==', 42, "Got Correct rank for result object");
cmp_ok( $_->charfield, '==', $_->id + 5, "Got Correct charfield for result object");
}
ARRAY_CONTEXT_WITH_COND_FROM_RS: {
my ($mega_lamer) = $restricted_art_rs->populate([
{
name => 'Mega Lamer',
},
]);
## Did it use the condition in the resultset?
$mega_lamer->discard_changes;
cmp_ok( $mega_lamer->rank, '==', 42, "Got Correct rank for result object");
cmp_ok( $mega_lamer->charfield, '==', $mega_lamer->id + 5, "Got Correct charfield for result object");
}
VOID_CONTEXT_WITH_COND_FROM_RS: {
$restricted_art_rs->populate([
{
name => 'VOID Mega Lamer',
},
]);
my $mega_lamer = $art_rs->search({
name => 'VOID Mega Lamer'
})->first;
## Did it use the condition in the resultset?
cmp_ok( $mega_lamer->rank, '==', 42, "Got Correct rank for result object");
cmp_ok( $mega_lamer->charfield, '==', $mega_lamer->id + 5, "Got Correct charfield for result object");
}
}
EMPTY_POPULATE: {
foreach(
[ empty => [] ],
[ columns_only => [ [qw(name rank charfield)] ] ],
) {
my ($desc, $arg) = @{$_};
$schema->is_executed_sql_bind( sub {
my $rs = $art_rs;
lives_ok { $rs->populate($arg); 1 } "$desc populate in void context lives";
my @r = $art_rs->populate($arg);
is_deeply( \@r, [], "$desc populate in list context returns empty list" );
my $r = $art_rs->populate($arg);
is( $r, undef, "$desc populate in scalar context returns undef" );
}, [], "$desc populate executed no statements" );
}
}
done_testing;
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