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#!/usr/bin/perl
use strict;
use warnings;
use Test::More;
use Test::Exception;
use Test::Warn;
use lib qw(t/lib);
use ViewDeps;
use ViewDepsBad;
BEGIN {
require DBIx::Class;
plan skip_all => 'Test needs '
. DBIx::Class::Optional::Dependencies->req_missing_for('deploy')
unless DBIx::Class::Optional::Dependencies->req_ok_for('deploy');
use_ok('DBIx::Class::ResultSource::View');
}
#################### SANITY
my $view = DBIx::Class::ResultSource::View->new;
isa_ok( $view, 'DBIx::Class::ResultSource', 'A new view' );
isa_ok( $view, 'DBIx::Class', 'A new view also' );
can_ok( $view, $_ ) for qw/new from deploy_depends_on/;
#################### DEPS
my $schema
= ViewDeps->connect( 'dbi:SQLite::memory:', { quote_char => '"', } );
ok( $schema, 'Connected to ViewDeps schema OK' );
#################### DEPLOY
$schema->deploy( { add_drop_table => 1 } );
#################### DOES ORDERING WORK?
my $sqlt_object = $schema->{sqlt};
my @keys = keys %{ $sqlt_object->{views} };
my @sqlt_sources = sort {
$sqlt_object->{views}->{$a}->{order}
cmp $sqlt_object->{views}->{$b}->{order}
} @keys;
my @expected
= qw/a_name_artists track_number_fives year_2010_cds ab_name_artists year_2010_cds_with_many_tracks aba_name_artists aba_name_artists_and_2010_cds_with_many_tracks/;
is_deeply( \@expected, \@sqlt_sources,
"SQLT view order triumphantly matches our order." );
#################### AND WHAT ABOUT USING THE SCHEMA?
lives_ok( sub { $schema->resultset($_)->next }, "Query on $_ succeeds" )
for grep {
$schema->resultset($_)
->result_source->isa('DBIx::Class::ResultSource::View')
} @{ [ $schema->sources ] };
#################### AND WHAT ABOUT A BAD DEPS CHAIN IN A VIEW?
my $schema2
= ViewDepsBad->connect( 'dbi:SQLite::memory:', { quote_char => '"', } );
ok( $schema2, 'Connected to ViewDepsBad schema OK' );
#################### DEPLOY2
warnings_exist { $schema2->deploy( { add_drop_table => 1 } ); }
[qr/no such table: main.aba_name_artists/],
"Deploying the bad schema produces a warning: aba_name_artists was not created.";
#################### DOES ORDERING WORK 2?
my $sqlt_object2 = $schema2->{sqlt};
my @keys2 = keys %{ $sqlt_object->{views} };
my @sqlt_sources2 = sort {
$sqlt_object->{views}->{$a}->{order}
cmp $sqlt_object->{views}->{$b}->{order}
} @keys2;
my @expected2
= qw/a_name_artists track_number_fives year_2010_cds ab_name_artists year_2010_cds_with_many_tracks aba_name_artists aba_name_artists_and_2010_cds_with_many_tracks/;
is_deeply( \@expected2, \@sqlt_sources2,
"SQLT view order triumphantly matches our order." );
#################### AND WHAT ABOUT USING THE SCHEMA2?
lives_ok( sub { $schema2->resultset($_)->next }, "Query on $_ succeeds" )
for grep {
$schema2->resultset($_)
->result_source->isa('DBIx::Class::ResultSource::View')
} grep { !/AbaNameArtistsAnd2010CDsWithManyTracks/ }
@{ [ $schema2->sources ] };
dies_ok(
sub {
$schema2->resultset('AbaNameArtistsAnd2010CDsWithManyTracks')->next;
},
"Query on AbaNameArtistsAnd2010CDsWithManyTracks dies, because of incorrect deploy_depends_on in AbaNameArtists"
);
throws_ok {
$schema2->resultset('AbaNameArtistsAnd2010CDsWithManyTracks')->next;
}
qr/no such table: aba_name_artists_and_2010_cds_with_many_tracks/,
"Query on AbaNameArtistsAnd2010CDsWithManyTracks throws, because the table does not exist";
done_testing;
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