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BEGIN { do "./t/lib/ANFANG.pm" or die ( $@ || $! ) }
use strict;
use warnings;
use Test::More;
use Test::Exception;
use Test::Warn;
use DBICTest ':DiffSQL';
my $schema = DBICTest->init_schema();
my @art = $schema->resultset("Artist")->search({ }, { order_by => 'name DESC'});
is(@art, 3, "Three artists returned");
my $art = $art[0];
is($art->name, 'We Are Goth', "Correct order too");
$art->name('We Are In Rehab');
is($art->name, 'We Are In Rehab', "Accessor update ok");
my %dirty = $art->get_dirty_columns();
is(scalar(keys(%dirty)), 1, '1 dirty column');
ok(grep($_ eq 'name', keys(%dirty)), 'name is dirty');
is($art->get_column("name"), 'We Are In Rehab', 'And via get_column');
ok($art->update, 'Update run');
my %not_dirty = $art->get_dirty_columns();
is(scalar(keys(%not_dirty)), 0, 'Nothing is dirty');
throws_ok ( sub {
my $ret = $art->make_column_dirty('name2');
}, qr/No such column 'name2'/, 'Failed to make non-existent column dirty');
$art->make_column_dirty('name');
my %fake_dirty = $art->get_dirty_columns();
is(scalar(keys(%fake_dirty)), 1, '1 fake dirty column');
ok(grep($_ eq 'name', keys(%fake_dirty)), 'name is fake dirty');
ok($art->update, 'Update run');
my $record_jp = $schema->resultset("Artist")->search(undef, { join => 'cds' })->search(undef, { prefetch => 'cds' })->next;
ok($record_jp, "prefetch on same rel okay");
my $record_fn = $schema->resultset("Artist")->search(undef, { join => 'cds' })->search({'cds.cdid' => '1'}, {join => 'artist_undirected_maps'})->next;
ok($record_fn, "funny join is okay");
@art = $schema->resultset("Artist")->search({ name => 'We Are In Rehab' });
is(@art, 1, "Changed artist returned by search");
is($art[0]->artistid, 3,'Correct artist too');
lives_ok (sub { $art->delete }, 'Cascading delete on Ordered has_many works' ); # real test in ordered.t
@art = $schema->resultset("Artist")->search({ });
is(@art, 2, 'And then there were two');
is($art->in_storage, 0, "It knows it's dead");
lives_ok { $art->update } 'No changes so update should be OK';
dies_ok ( sub { $art->delete }, "Can't delete twice");
is($art->name, 'We Are In Rehab', 'But the object is still live');
$art->insert;
ok($art->in_storage, "Re-created");
@art = $schema->resultset("Artist")->search({ });
is(@art, 3, 'And now there are three again');
my $new = $schema->resultset("Artist")->create({ artistid => 4 });
is($new->artistid, 4, 'Create produced record ok');
@art = $schema->resultset("Artist")->search({ });
is(@art, 4, "Oh my god! There's four of them!");
$new->set_column('name' => 'Man With A Fork');
is($new->name, 'Man With A Fork', 'set_column ok');
$new->discard_changes;
ok(!defined $new->name, 'Discard ok');
$new->name('Man With A Spoon');
$new->update;
my $new_again = $schema->resultset("Artist")->find(4);
is($new_again->name, 'Man With A Spoon', 'Retrieved correctly');
is($new_again->ID, 'DBICTest::Artist|artist|artistid=4', 'unique object id generated correctly');
# test that store_column is called once for create() for non sequence columns
{
ok(my $artist = $schema->resultset('Artist')->create({name => 'store_column test'}));
is($artist->name, 'X store_column test'); # used to be 'X X store...'
# call store_column even though the column doesn't seem to be dirty
$artist->name($artist->name);
is($artist->name, 'X X store_column test');
ok($artist->is_column_changed('name'), 'changed column marked as dirty');
$artist->delete;
}
# deprecation of rolled-out search
warnings_exist {
$schema->resultset('Artist')->search_rs(id => 4)
} qr/\Qsearch( %condition ) is deprecated/, 'Deprecation warning on ->search( %condition )';
is($schema->resultset("Artist")->count, 4, 'count ok');
# test find_or_new
{
my $existing_obj = $schema->resultset('Artist')->find_or_new({
artistid => 4,
});
is($existing_obj->name, 'Man With A Spoon', 'find_or_new: found existing artist');
ok($existing_obj->in_storage, 'existing artist is in storage');
my $new_obj = $schema->resultset('Artist')->find_or_new({
artistid => 5,
name => 'find_or_new',
});
is($new_obj->name, 'find_or_new', 'find_or_new: instantiated a new artist');
is($new_obj->in_storage, 0, 'new artist is not in storage');
}
my $cd = $schema->resultset("CD")->find(1);
my %cols = $cd->get_columns;
is(keys %cols, 6, 'get_columns number of columns ok');
is($cols{title}, 'Spoonful of bees', 'get_columns values ok');
%cols = ( title => 'Forkful of bees', year => 2005);
$cd->set_columns(\%cols);
is($cd->title, 'Forkful of bees', 'set_columns ok');
is($cd->year, 2005, 'set_columns ok');
$cd->discard_changes;
# check whether ResultSource->columns returns columns in order originally supplied
my @cd = $schema->source("CD")->columns;
is_deeply( \@cd, [qw/cdid artist title year genreid single_track/], 'column order');
$cd = $schema->resultset("CD")->search({ title => 'Spoonful of bees' }, { columns => ['title'] })->next;
is($cd->title, 'Spoonful of bees', 'subset of columns returned correctly');
$cd = $schema->resultset("CD")->search(undef, { '+columns' => [ { name => 'artist.name' } ], join => [ 'artist' ] })->find(1);
is($cd->title, 'Spoonful of bees', 'Correct CD returned with include');
is($cd->get_column('name'), 'Caterwauler McCrae', 'Additional column returned');
# check if new syntax +columns also works for this
$cd = $schema->resultset("CD")->search(undef, { '+columns' => [ { name => 'artist.name' } ], join => [ 'artist' ] })->find(1);
is($cd->title, 'Spoonful of bees', 'Correct CD returned with include');
is($cd->get_column('name'), 'Caterwauler McCrae', 'Additional column returned');
# check if new syntax for +columns select specifiers works for this
$cd = $schema->resultset("CD")->search(undef, { '+columns' => [ {artist_name => 'artist.name'} ], join => [ 'artist' ] })->find(1);
is($cd->title, 'Spoonful of bees', 'Correct CD returned with include');
is($cd->get_column('artist_name'), 'Caterwauler McCrae', 'Additional column returned');
# update_or_insert
$new = $schema->resultset("Track")->new( {
trackid => 100,
cd => 1,
title => 'Insert or Update',
last_updated_on => '1973-07-19 12:01:02'
} );
$new->update_or_insert;
ok($new->in_storage, 'update_or_insert insert ok');
throws_ok (sub {
$schema->class("Track")->load_components('DoesNotExist');
}, qr!Can't locate DBIx/Class/DoesNotExist.pm!, 'exception on nonexisting component');
is($schema->class("Artist")->field_name_for->{name}, 'artist name', 'mk_classdata usage ok');
my $search = [ { 'tags.tag' => 'Cheesy' }, { 'tags.tag' => 'Blue' } ];
my $or_rs = $schema->resultset("CD")->search_rs($search, { join => 'tags',
order_by => 'cdid' });
is($or_rs->all, 5, 'Joined search with OR returned correct number of rows');
is($or_rs->count, 5, 'Search count with OR ok');
my $collapsed_or_rs = $or_rs->search ({}, { distinct => 1 }); # induce collapse
is ($collapsed_or_rs->all, 4, 'Collapsed joined search with OR returned correct number of rows');
is ($collapsed_or_rs->count, 4, 'Collapsed search count with OR ok');
# make sure sure distinct on a grouped rs is warned about
{
my $cd_rs = $schema->resultset ('CD')
->search ({}, { distinct => 1, group_by => 'title' });
warnings_exist (sub {
$cd_rs->next;
}, qr/Useless use of distinct/, 'UUoD warning');
}
{
my $tcount = $schema->resultset('Track')->search(
{},
{
select => [ qw/position title/ ],
distinct => 1,
}
);
is($tcount->count, 13, 'multiple column COUNT DISTINCT ok');
$tcount = $schema->resultset('Track')->search(
{},
{
columns => [ qw/position title/ ],
distinct => 1,
}
);
is($tcount->count, 13, 'multiple column COUNT DISTINCT ok');
$tcount = $schema->resultset('Track')->search(
{},
{
group_by => [ qw/position title/ ]
}
);
is($tcount->count, 13, 'multiple column COUNT DISTINCT using column syntax ok');
}
my $tag_rs = $schema->resultset('Tag')->search(
[ { 'me.tag' => 'Cheesy' }, { 'me.tag' => 'Blue' } ]);
my $rel_rs = $tag_rs->search_related('cd', {}, { order_by => 'cd.cdid'} );
is($rel_rs->count, 5, 'Related search ok');
is($or_rs->next->cdid, $rel_rs->next->cdid, 'Related object ok');
$or_rs->reset;
$rel_rs->reset;
# at this point there should be no active statements
# (finish() was called everywhere, either explicitly via
# reset() or on DESTROY)
for (keys %{$schema->storage->dbh->{CachedKids}}) {
fail("Unreachable cached statement still active: $_")
if $schema->storage->dbh->{CachedKids}{$_}->FETCH('Active');
}
my $tag = $schema->resultset('Tag')->search(
[ { 'me.tag' => 'Blue' } ],
{ columns => 'tagid' }
)->next;
ok($tag->has_column_loaded('tagid'), 'Has tagid loaded');
ok(!$tag->has_column_loaded('tag'), 'Has not tag loaded');
ok($schema->storage(), 'Storage available');
{
my $rs = $schema->resultset("Artist")->search({
-and => [
artistid => { '>=', 1 },
artistid => { '<', 3 }
]
});
$rs->update({ rank => 6134 });
my $art;
$art = $schema->resultset("Artist")->find(1);
is($art->rank, 6134, 'updated first artist rank');
$art = $schema->resultset("Artist")->find(2);
is($art->rank, 6134, 'updated second artist rank');
}
# test source_name
{
# source_name should be set for normal modules
is($schema->source('CD')->source_name, 'CD', 'source_name is set to moniker');
# test the result source that sets source_name explictly
ok($schema->source('SourceNameArtists'), 'SourceNameArtists result source exists');
my @artsn = $schema->resultset('SourceNameArtists')->search({}, { order_by => 'name DESC' });
is(@artsn, 4, "Four artists returned");
# make sure subclasses that don't set source_name are ok
ok($schema->source('ArtistSubclass'), 'ArtistSubclass exists');
}
my $newbook = $schema->resultset( 'Bookmark' )->find(1);
lives_ok (sub { my $newlink = $newbook->link}, "stringify to false value doesn't cause error");
# test cascade_delete through many_to_many relations
{
my $art_del = $schema->resultset("Artist")->find({ artistid => 1 });
lives_ok (sub { $art_del->delete }, 'Cascading delete on Ordered has_many works' ); # real test in ordered.t
is( $schema->resultset("CD")->search({artist => 1}), 0, 'Cascading through has_many top level.');
is( $schema->resultset("CD_to_Producer")->search({cd => 1}), 0, 'Cascading through has_many children.');
}
# test column_info
{
$schema->source("Artist")->{_columns}{'artistid'} = {};
$schema->source("Artist")->column_info_from_storage(1);
my $typeinfo = $schema->source("Artist")->column_info('artistid');
is($typeinfo->{data_type}, 'INTEGER', 'column_info ok');
$schema->source("Artist")->column_info('artistid');
ok($schema->source("Artist")->{_columns_info_loaded} == 1, 'Columns info loaded flag set');
}
# test columns_info
{
$schema->source("Artist")->{_columns}{'artistid'} = {};
$schema->source("Artist")->column_info_from_storage(1);
$schema->source("Artist")->{_columns_info_loaded} = 0;
my @undef_default = DBIx::Class::_ENV_::STRESSTEST_COLUMN_INFO_UNAWARE_STORAGE
? ()
: ( default_value => undef )
;
is_deeply (
$schema->source('Artist')->columns_info,
{
artistid => {
data_type => "INTEGER",
@undef_default,
is_nullable => 0,
size => undef
},
charfield => {
data_type => "char",
@undef_default,
is_nullable => 1,
size => 10
},
name => {
data_type => "varchar",
@undef_default,
is_nullable => 1,
is_numeric => 0,
size => 100
},
rank => {
data_type => "integer",
default_value => 13,
is_nullable => 0,
size => undef
},
},
'columns_info works',
);
ok($schema->source("Artist")->{_columns_info_loaded} == 1, 'Columns info loaded flag set');
is_deeply (
$schema->source('Artist')->columns_info([qw/artistid rank/]),
{
artistid => {
data_type => "INTEGER",
@undef_default,
is_nullable => 0,
size => undef
},
rank => {
data_type => "integer",
default_value => 13,
is_nullable => 0,
size => undef
},
},
'limited columns_info works',
);
}
# test source_info
{
my $expected = {
"source_info_key_A" => "source_info_value_A",
"source_info_key_B" => "source_info_value_B",
"source_info_key_C" => "source_info_value_C",
};
my $sinfo = $schema->source("Artist")->source_info;
is_deeply($sinfo, $expected, 'source_info data works');
}
# test remove_columns
{
is_deeply(
[$schema->source('CD')->columns],
[qw/cdid artist title year genreid single_track/],
'initial columns',
);
$schema->source('CD')->remove_columns('coolyear'); #should not delete year
is_deeply(
[$schema->source('CD')->columns],
[qw/cdid artist title year genreid single_track/],
'nothing removed when removing a non-existent column',
);
$schema->source('CD')->remove_columns('genreid', 'year');
is_deeply(
[$schema->source('CD')->columns],
[qw/cdid artist title single_track/],
'removed two columns',
);
my $priv_columns = $schema->source('CD')->_columns;
ok(! exists $priv_columns->{'year'}, 'year purged from _columns');
ok(! exists $priv_columns->{'genreid'}, 'genreid purged from _columns');
}
# test resultsource->table return value when setting
{
my $class = $schema->class('Event');
my $table = $class->table($class->table);
is($table, $class->table, '->table($table) returns $table');
}
#make sure insert doesn't use set_column
{
my $en_row = $schema->resultset('Encoded')->new_result({encoded => 'wilma'});
is($en_row->encoded, 'amliw', 'new encodes');
$en_row->insert;
is($en_row->encoded, 'amliw', 'insert does not encode again');
}
#make sure multicreate encoding still works
{
my $empl_rs = $schema->resultset('Employee');
my $empl = $empl_rs->create ({
name => 'Secret holder',
secretkey => {
encoded => 'CAN HAZ',
},
});
is($empl->secretkey->encoded, 'ZAH NAC', 'correctly encoding on multicreate');
my $empl2 = $empl_rs->create ({
name => 'Same secret holder',
secretkey => {
encoded => 'CAN HAZ',
},
});
is($empl2->secretkey->encoded, 'ZAH NAC', 'correctly encoding on preexisting multicreate');
$empl_rs->create ({
name => 'cat1',
secretkey => {
encoded => 'CHEEZBURGER',
keyholders => [
{
name => 'cat2',
},
{
name => 'cat3',
},
],
},
});
is($empl_rs->find({name => 'cat1'})->secretkey->encoded, 'REGRUBZEEHC', 'correct secret in database for empl1');
is($empl_rs->find({name => 'cat2'})->secretkey->encoded, 'REGRUBZEEHC', 'correct secret in database for empl2');
is($empl_rs->find({name => 'cat3'})->secretkey->encoded, 'REGRUBZEEHC', 'correct secret in database for empl3');
}
# make sure that obsolete handle-based source tracking continues to work for the time being
{
my $handle = $schema->source('Artist')->handle;
my $rowdata = { $schema->resultset('Artist')->next->get_columns };
my $rs = DBIx::Class::ResultSet->new($handle);
my $rs_result = $rs->next;
isa_ok( $rs_result, 'DBICTest::Artist' );
is_deeply (
{ $rs_result->get_columns },
$rowdata,
'Correct columns retrieved (rset/source link healthy)'
);
my $row = DBICTest::Artist->new({ -source_handle => $handle });
is_deeply(
{ $row->get_columns },
{},
'No columns yet'
);
# store_column to fool the _orig_ident tracker
$row->store_column('artistid', $rowdata->{artistid});
$row->in_storage(1);
$row->discard_changes;
is_deeply(
{ $row->get_columns },
$rowdata,
'Storage refetch successful'
);
}
# test to make sure that calling ->new() on a resultset object gives
# us a row object
{
my $new_artist = $schema->resultset('Artist')->new({});
isa_ok( $new_artist, 'DBIx::Class::Row', '$rs->new gives a row object' );
}
#------------------------------
# READ THIS BEFORE "FIXING"
#------------------------------
#
# make sure we got rid of discard_changes mess - this is a mess and a source
# of great confusion. Here I simply die if the methods are available, which
# is wrong on its own (we *have* to provide some sort of back-compat, even
# if with warnings). Here is how I envision things should actually be. Also
# note that a lot of the deprecation can be started today (i.e. the switch
# from get_from_storage to copy_from_storage). So:
#
# $row->discard_changes =>
# warning, and delegation to reload_from_storage
#
# $row->reload_from_storage =>
# does what discard changes did in 0.08 - issues a query to the db
# and repopulates all column slots, regardless of dirty states etc.
#
# $row->revert_changes =>
# does what discard_changes should have done initially (before it became
# a dual-purpose call). In order to make this work we will have to
# augment $row to carry its own initial-state, much like svn has a
# copy of the current checkout in contrast to cvs.
#
# my $db_row = $row->get_from_storage =>
# warns and delegates to an improved name copy_from_storage, with the
# same semantics
#
# my $db_row = $row->copy_from_storage =>
# a much better/descriptive name than get_from_storage
#
#------------------------------
# READ THIS BEFORE "FIXING"
#------------------------------
#
SKIP: {
skip "Something needs to be done before 0.09", 2 if $DBIx::Class::VERSION < 0.09;
my $row = $schema->resultset ('Artist')->next;
for (qw/discard_changes get_from_storage/) {
ok (! $row->can ($_), "$_ needs *some* sort of facelift before 0.09 ships - current state of affairs is unacceptable");
}
}
throws_ok { $schema->resultset} qr/resultset\(\) expects a source name/, 'resultset with no argument throws exception';
throws_ok { $schema->source('Artist')->result_class->new( 'bugger' ) } qr/must be a hashref/;
done_testing;