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require 'abstract_unit'
require 'fixtures/topic'
require 'fixtures/reply'
require 'fixtures/company'
require 'fixtures/customer'
require 'fixtures/developer'
require 'fixtures/project'
require 'fixtures/default'
require 'fixtures/auto_id'
require 'fixtures/column_name'
require 'fixtures/subscriber'
require 'fixtures/keyboard'
require 'fixtures/post'
class Category < ActiveRecord::Base; end
class Smarts < ActiveRecord::Base; end
class CreditCard < ActiveRecord::Base
class PinNumber < ActiveRecord::Base
class CvvCode < ActiveRecord::Base; end
class SubCvvCode < CvvCode; end
end
class SubPinNumber < PinNumber; end
class Brand < Category; end
end
class MasterCreditCard < ActiveRecord::Base; end
class Post < ActiveRecord::Base; end
class Computer < ActiveRecord::Base; end
class NonExistentTable < ActiveRecord::Base; end
class TestOracleDefault < ActiveRecord::Base; end
class LoosePerson < ActiveRecord::Base
self.table_name = 'people'
self.abstract_class = true
attr_protected :credit_rating, :administrator
end
class LooseDescendant < LoosePerson
attr_protected :phone_number
end
class TightPerson < ActiveRecord::Base
self.table_name = 'people'
attr_accessible :name, :address
end
class TightDescendant < TightPerson
attr_accessible :phone_number
end
class Booleantest < ActiveRecord::Base; end
class Task < ActiveRecord::Base
attr_protected :starting
end
class BasicsTest < Test::Unit::TestCase
fixtures :topics, :companies, :developers, :projects, :computers, :accounts
def test_table_exists
assert !NonExistentTable.table_exists?
assert Topic.table_exists?
end
def test_set_attributes
topic = Topic.find(1)
topic.attributes = { "title" => "Budget", "author_name" => "Jason" }
topic.save
assert_equal("Budget", topic.title)
assert_equal("Jason", topic.author_name)
assert_equal(topics(:first).author_email_address, Topic.find(1).author_email_address)
end
def test_integers_as_nil
test = AutoId.create('value' => '')
assert_nil AutoId.find(test.id).value
end
def test_set_attributes_with_block
topic = Topic.new do |t|
t.title = "Budget"
t.author_name = "Jason"
end
assert_equal("Budget", topic.title)
assert_equal("Jason", topic.author_name)
end
def test_respond_to?
topic = Topic.find(1)
assert topic.respond_to?("title")
assert topic.respond_to?("title?")
assert topic.respond_to?("title=")
assert topic.respond_to?(:title)
assert topic.respond_to?(:title?)
assert topic.respond_to?(:title=)
assert topic.respond_to?("author_name")
assert topic.respond_to?("attribute_names")
assert !topic.respond_to?("nothingness")
assert !topic.respond_to?(:nothingness)
end
def test_array_content
topic = Topic.new
topic.content = %w( one two three )
topic.save
assert_equal(%w( one two three ), Topic.find(topic.id).content)
end
def test_hash_content
topic = Topic.new
topic.content = { "one" => 1, "two" => 2 }
topic.save
assert_equal 2, Topic.find(topic.id).content["two"]
topic.content["three"] = 3
topic.save
assert_equal 3, Topic.find(topic.id).content["three"]
end
def test_update_array_content
topic = Topic.new
topic.content = %w( one two three )
topic.content.push "four"
assert_equal(%w( one two three four ), topic.content)
topic.save
topic = Topic.find(topic.id)
topic.content << "five"
assert_equal(%w( one two three four five ), topic.content)
end
def test_case_sensitive_attributes_hash
# DB2 is not case-sensitive
return true if current_adapter?(:DB2Adapter)
assert_equal @loaded_fixtures['computers']['workstation'].to_hash, Computer.find(:first).attributes
end
def test_create
topic = Topic.new
topic.title = "New Topic"
topic.save
topic_reloaded = Topic.find(topic.id)
assert_equal("New Topic", topic_reloaded.title)
end
def test_save!
topic = Topic.new(:title => "New Topic")
assert topic.save!
reply = Reply.new
assert_raise(ActiveRecord::RecordInvalid) { reply.save! }
end
def test_save_null_string_attributes
topic = Topic.find(1)
topic.attributes = { "title" => "null", "author_name" => "null" }
topic.save!
topic.reload
assert_equal("null", topic.title)
assert_equal("null", topic.author_name)
end
def test_hashes_not_mangled
new_topic = { :title => "New Topic" }
new_topic_values = { :title => "AnotherTopic" }
topic = Topic.new(new_topic)
assert_equal new_topic[:title], topic.title
topic.attributes= new_topic_values
assert_equal new_topic_values[:title], topic.title
end
def test_create_many
topics = Topic.create([ { "title" => "first" }, { "title" => "second" }])
assert_equal 2, topics.size
assert_equal "first", topics.first.title
end
def test_create_columns_not_equal_attributes
topic = Topic.new
topic.title = 'Another New Topic'
topic.send :write_attribute, 'does_not_exist', 'test'
assert_nothing_raised { topic.save }
end
def test_create_through_factory
topic = Topic.create("title" => "New Topic")
topicReloaded = Topic.find(topic.id)
assert_equal(topic, topicReloaded)
end
def test_update
topic = Topic.new
topic.title = "Another New Topic"
topic.written_on = "2003-12-12 23:23:00"
topic.save
topicReloaded = Topic.find(topic.id)
assert_equal("Another New Topic", topicReloaded.title)
topicReloaded.title = "Updated topic"
topicReloaded.save
topicReloadedAgain = Topic.find(topic.id)
assert_equal("Updated topic", topicReloadedAgain.title)
end
def test_update_columns_not_equal_attributes
topic = Topic.new
topic.title = "Still another topic"
topic.save
topicReloaded = Topic.find(topic.id)
topicReloaded.title = "A New Topic"
topicReloaded.send :write_attribute, 'does_not_exist', 'test'
assert_nothing_raised { topicReloaded.save }
end
def test_write_attribute
topic = Topic.new
topic.send(:write_attribute, :title, "Still another topic")
assert_equal "Still another topic", topic.title
topic.send(:write_attribute, "title", "Still another topic: part 2")
assert_equal "Still another topic: part 2", topic.title
end
def test_read_attribute
topic = Topic.new
topic.title = "Don't change the topic"
assert_equal "Don't change the topic", topic.send(:read_attribute, "title")
assert_equal "Don't change the topic", topic["title"]
assert_equal "Don't change the topic", topic.send(:read_attribute, :title)
assert_equal "Don't change the topic", topic[:title]
end
def test_read_attribute_when_false
topic = topics(:first)
topic.approved = false
assert !topic.approved?, "approved should be false"
topic.approved = "false"
assert !topic.approved?, "approved should be false"
end
def test_read_attribute_when_true
topic = topics(:first)
topic.approved = true
assert topic.approved?, "approved should be true"
topic.approved = "true"
assert topic.approved?, "approved should be true"
end
def test_read_write_boolean_attribute
topic = Topic.new
# puts ""
# puts "New Topic"
# puts topic.inspect
topic.approved = "false"
# puts "Expecting false"
# puts topic.inspect
assert !topic.approved?, "approved should be false"
topic.approved = "false"
# puts "Expecting false"
# puts topic.inspect
assert !topic.approved?, "approved should be false"
topic.approved = "true"
# puts "Expecting true"
# puts topic.inspect
assert topic.approved?, "approved should be true"
topic.approved = "true"
# puts "Expecting true"
# puts topic.inspect
assert topic.approved?, "approved should be true"
# puts ""
end
def test_reader_generation
Topic.find(:first).title
Firm.find(:first).name
Client.find(:first).name
if ActiveRecord::Base.generate_read_methods
assert_readers(Topic, %w(type replies_count))
assert_readers(Firm, %w(type))
assert_readers(Client, %w(type ruby_type rating?))
else
[Topic, Firm, Client].each {|klass| assert_equal klass.read_methods, {}}
end
end
def test_reader_for_invalid_column_names
# column names which aren't legal ruby ids
topic = Topic.find(:first)
topic.send(:define_read_method, "mumub-jumbo".to_sym, "mumub-jumbo", nil)
assert !Topic.read_methods.include?("mumub-jumbo")
end
def test_non_attribute_access_and_assignment
topic = Topic.new
assert !topic.respond_to?("mumbo")
assert_raises(NoMethodError) { topic.mumbo }
assert_raises(NoMethodError) { topic.mumbo = 5 }
end
def test_preserving_date_objects
# SQL Server doesn't have a separate column type just for dates, so all are returned as time
return true if current_adapter?(:SQLServerAdapter)
if current_adapter?(:SybaseAdapter)
# Sybase ctlib does not (yet?) support the date type; use datetime instead.
assert_kind_of(
Time, Topic.find(1).last_read,
"The last_read attribute should be of the Time class"
)
else
assert_kind_of(
Date, Topic.find(1).last_read,
"The last_read attribute should be of the Date class"
)
end
end
def test_preserving_time_objects
assert_kind_of(
Time, Topic.find(1).bonus_time,
"The bonus_time attribute should be of the Time class"
)
assert_kind_of(
Time, Topic.find(1).written_on,
"The written_on attribute should be of the Time class"
)
# For adapters which support microsecond resolution.
if current_adapter?(:PostgreSQLAdapter)
assert_equal 11, Topic.find(1).written_on.sec
assert_equal 223300, Topic.find(1).written_on.usec
assert_equal 9900, Topic.find(2).written_on.usec
end
end
def test_destroy
topic = Topic.find(1)
assert_equal topic, topic.destroy, 'topic.destroy did not return self'
assert topic.frozen?, 'topic not frozen after destroy'
assert_raise(ActiveRecord::RecordNotFound) { Topic.find(topic.id) }
end
def test_record_not_found_exception
assert_raises(ActiveRecord::RecordNotFound) { topicReloaded = Topic.find(99999) }
end
def test_initialize_with_attributes
topic = Topic.new({
"title" => "initialized from attributes", "written_on" => "2003-12-12 23:23"
})
assert_equal("initialized from attributes", topic.title)
end
def test_initialize_with_invalid_attribute
begin
topic = Topic.new({ "title" => "test",
"last_read(1i)" => "2005", "last_read(2i)" => "2", "last_read(3i)" => "31"})
rescue ActiveRecord::MultiparameterAssignmentErrors => ex
assert_equal(1, ex.errors.size)
assert_equal("last_read", ex.errors[0].attribute)
end
end
def test_load
topics = Topic.find(:all, :order => 'id')
assert_equal(2, topics.size)
assert_equal(topics(:first).title, topics.first.title)
end
def test_load_with_condition
topics = Topic.find(:all, :conditions => "author_name = 'Mary'")
assert_equal(1, topics.size)
assert_equal(topics(:second).title, topics.first.title)
end
def test_table_name_guesses
classes = [Category, Smarts, CreditCard, CreditCard::PinNumber, CreditCard::PinNumber::CvvCode, CreditCard::SubPinNumber, CreditCard::Brand, MasterCreditCard]
assert_equal "topics", Topic.table_name
assert_equal "categories", Category.table_name
assert_equal "smarts", Smarts.table_name
assert_equal "credit_cards", CreditCard.table_name
assert_equal "credit_card_pin_numbers", CreditCard::PinNumber.table_name
assert_equal "credit_card_pin_number_cvv_codes", CreditCard::PinNumber::CvvCode.table_name
assert_equal "credit_card_pin_numbers", CreditCard::SubPinNumber.table_name
assert_equal "categories", CreditCard::Brand.table_name
assert_equal "master_credit_cards", MasterCreditCard.table_name
ActiveRecord::Base.pluralize_table_names = false
classes.each(&:reset_table_name)
assert_equal "category", Category.table_name
assert_equal "smarts", Smarts.table_name
assert_equal "credit_card", CreditCard.table_name
assert_equal "credit_card_pin_number", CreditCard::PinNumber.table_name
assert_equal "credit_card_pin_number_cvv_code", CreditCard::PinNumber::CvvCode.table_name
assert_equal "credit_card_pin_number", CreditCard::SubPinNumber.table_name
assert_equal "category", CreditCard::Brand.table_name
assert_equal "master_credit_card", MasterCreditCard.table_name
ActiveRecord::Base.pluralize_table_names = true
classes.each(&:reset_table_name)
ActiveRecord::Base.table_name_prefix = "test_"
Category.reset_table_name
assert_equal "test_categories", Category.table_name
ActiveRecord::Base.table_name_suffix = "_test"
Category.reset_table_name
assert_equal "test_categories_test", Category.table_name
ActiveRecord::Base.table_name_prefix = ""
Category.reset_table_name
assert_equal "categories_test", Category.table_name
ActiveRecord::Base.table_name_suffix = ""
Category.reset_table_name
assert_equal "categories", Category.table_name
ActiveRecord::Base.pluralize_table_names = false
ActiveRecord::Base.table_name_prefix = "test_"
Category.reset_table_name
assert_equal "test_category", Category.table_name
ActiveRecord::Base.table_name_suffix = "_test"
Category.reset_table_name
assert_equal "test_category_test", Category.table_name
ActiveRecord::Base.table_name_prefix = ""
Category.reset_table_name
assert_equal "category_test", Category.table_name
ActiveRecord::Base.table_name_suffix = ""
Category.reset_table_name
assert_equal "category", Category.table_name
ActiveRecord::Base.pluralize_table_names = true
classes.each(&:reset_table_name)
end
def test_destroy_all
assert_equal 2, Topic.count
Topic.destroy_all "author_name = 'Mary'"
assert_equal 1, Topic.count
end
def test_destroy_many
assert_equal 3, Client.count
Client.destroy([2, 3])
assert_equal 1, Client.count
end
def test_delete_many
Topic.delete([1, 2])
assert_equal 0, Topic.count
end
def test_boolean_attributes
assert ! Topic.find(1).approved?
assert Topic.find(2).approved?
end
def test_increment_counter
Topic.increment_counter("replies_count", 1)
assert_equal 2, Topic.find(1).replies_count
Topic.increment_counter("replies_count", 1)
assert_equal 3, Topic.find(1).replies_count
end
def test_decrement_counter
Topic.decrement_counter("replies_count", 2)
assert_equal -1, Topic.find(2).replies_count
Topic.decrement_counter("replies_count", 2)
assert_equal -2, Topic.find(2).replies_count
end
def test_update_all
# The ADO library doesn't support the number of affected rows
return true if current_adapter?(:SQLServerAdapter)
assert_equal 2, Topic.update_all("content = 'bulk updated!'")
assert_equal "bulk updated!", Topic.find(1).content
assert_equal "bulk updated!", Topic.find(2).content
assert_equal 2, Topic.update_all(['content = ?', 'bulk updated again!'])
assert_equal "bulk updated again!", Topic.find(1).content
assert_equal "bulk updated again!", Topic.find(2).content
end
def test_update_many
topic_data = { 1 => { "content" => "1 updated" }, 2 => { "content" => "2 updated" } }
updated = Topic.update(topic_data.keys, topic_data.values)
assert_equal 2, updated.size
assert_equal "1 updated", Topic.find(1).content
assert_equal "2 updated", Topic.find(2).content
end
def test_delete_all
# The ADO library doesn't support the number of affected rows
return true if current_adapter?(:SQLServerAdapter)
assert_equal 2, Topic.delete_all
end
def test_update_by_condition
Topic.update_all "content = 'bulk updated!'", ["approved = ?", true]
assert_equal "Have a nice day", Topic.find(1).content
assert_equal "bulk updated!", Topic.find(2).content
end
def test_attribute_present
t = Topic.new
t.title = "hello there!"
t.written_on = Time.now
assert t.attribute_present?("title")
assert t.attribute_present?("written_on")
assert !t.attribute_present?("content")
end
def test_attribute_keys_on_new_instance
t = Topic.new
assert_equal nil, t.title, "The topics table has a title column, so it should be nil"
assert_raise(NoMethodError) { t.title2 }
end
def test_class_name
assert_equal "Firm", ActiveRecord::Base.class_name("firms")
assert_equal "Category", ActiveRecord::Base.class_name("categories")
assert_equal "AccountHolder", ActiveRecord::Base.class_name("account_holder")
ActiveRecord::Base.pluralize_table_names = false
assert_equal "Firms", ActiveRecord::Base.class_name( "firms" )
ActiveRecord::Base.pluralize_table_names = true
ActiveRecord::Base.table_name_prefix = "test_"
assert_equal "Firm", ActiveRecord::Base.class_name( "test_firms" )
ActiveRecord::Base.table_name_suffix = "_tests"
assert_equal "Firm", ActiveRecord::Base.class_name( "test_firms_tests" )
ActiveRecord::Base.table_name_prefix = ""
assert_equal "Firm", ActiveRecord::Base.class_name( "firms_tests" )
ActiveRecord::Base.table_name_suffix = ""
assert_equal "Firm", ActiveRecord::Base.class_name( "firms" )
end
def test_null_fields
assert_nil Topic.find(1).parent_id
assert_nil Topic.create("title" => "Hey you").parent_id
end
def test_default_values
topic = Topic.new
assert topic.approved?
assert_nil topic.written_on
assert_nil topic.bonus_time
assert_nil topic.last_read
topic.save
topic = Topic.find(topic.id)
assert topic.approved?
assert_nil topic.last_read
# Oracle has some funky default handling, so it requires a bit of
# extra testing. See ticket #2788.
if current_adapter?(:OracleAdapter)
test = TestOracleDefault.new
assert_equal "X", test.test_char
assert_equal "hello", test.test_string
assert_equal 3, test.test_int
end
end
# Oracle, SQLServer, and Sybase do not have a TIME datatype.
unless current_adapter?(:SQLServerAdapter, :OracleAdapter, :SybaseAdapter)
def test_utc_as_time_zone
Topic.default_timezone = :utc
attributes = { "bonus_time" => "5:42:00AM" }
topic = Topic.find(1)
topic.attributes = attributes
assert_equal Time.utc(2000, 1, 1, 5, 42, 0), topic.bonus_time
Topic.default_timezone = :local
end
def test_utc_as_time_zone_and_new
Topic.default_timezone = :utc
attributes = { "bonus_time(1i)"=>"2000",
"bonus_time(2i)"=>"1",
"bonus_time(3i)"=>"1",
"bonus_time(4i)"=>"10",
"bonus_time(5i)"=>"35",
"bonus_time(6i)"=>"50" }
topic = Topic.new(attributes)
assert_equal Time.utc(2000, 1, 1, 10, 35, 50), topic.bonus_time
Topic.default_timezone = :local
end
end
def test_default_values_on_empty_strings
topic = Topic.new
topic.approved = nil
topic.last_read = nil
topic.save
topic = Topic.find(topic.id)
assert_nil topic.last_read
# Sybase adapter does not allow nulls in boolean columns
if current_adapter?(:SybaseAdapter)
assert topic.approved == false
else
assert_nil topic.approved
end
end
def test_equality
assert_equal Topic.find(1), Topic.find(2).topic
end
def test_equality_of_new_records
assert_not_equal Topic.new, Topic.new
end
def test_hashing
assert_equal [ Topic.find(1) ], [ Topic.find(2).topic ] & [ Topic.find(1) ]
end
def test_destroy_new_record
client = Client.new
client.destroy
assert client.frozen?
end
def test_destroy_record_with_associations
client = Client.find(3)
client.destroy
assert client.frozen?
assert_kind_of Firm, client.firm
assert_raises(TypeError) { client.name = "something else" }
end
def test_update_attribute
assert !Topic.find(1).approved?
Topic.find(1).update_attribute("approved", true)
assert Topic.find(1).approved?
Topic.find(1).update_attribute(:approved, false)
assert !Topic.find(1).approved?
end
def test_update_attributes
topic = Topic.find(1)
assert !topic.approved?
assert_equal "The First Topic", topic.title
topic.update_attributes("approved" => true, "title" => "The First Topic Updated")
topic.reload
assert topic.approved?
assert_equal "The First Topic Updated", topic.title
topic.update_attributes(:approved => false, :title => "The First Topic")
topic.reload
assert !topic.approved?
assert_equal "The First Topic", topic.title
end
def test_update_attributes!
reply = Reply.find(2)
assert_equal "The Second Topic's of the day", reply.title
assert_equal "Have a nice day", reply.content
reply.update_attributes!("title" => "The Second Topic's of the day updated", "content" => "Have a nice evening")
reply.reload
assert_equal "The Second Topic's of the day updated", reply.title
assert_equal "Have a nice evening", reply.content
reply.update_attributes!(:title => "The Second Topic's of the day", :content => "Have a nice day")
reply.reload
assert_equal "The Second Topic's of the day", reply.title
assert_equal "Have a nice day", reply.content
assert_raise(ActiveRecord::RecordInvalid) { reply.update_attributes!(:title => nil, :content => "Have a nice evening") }
end
def test_mass_assignment_protection
firm = Firm.new
firm.attributes = { "name" => "Next Angle", "rating" => 5 }
assert_equal 1, firm.rating
end
def test_customized_primary_key_remains_protected
subscriber = Subscriber.new(:nick => 'webster123', :name => 'nice try')
assert_nil subscriber.id
keyboard = Keyboard.new(:key_number => 9, :name => 'nice try')
assert_nil keyboard.id
end
def test_customized_primary_key_remains_protected_when_refered_to_as_id
subscriber = Subscriber.new(:id => 'webster123', :name => 'nice try')
assert_nil subscriber.id
keyboard = Keyboard.new(:id => 9, :name => 'nice try')
assert_nil keyboard.id
end
def test_mass_assignment_protection_on_defaults
firm = Firm.new
firm.attributes = { "id" => 5, "type" => "Client" }
assert_nil firm.id
assert_equal "Firm", firm[:type]
end
def test_mass_assignment_accessible
reply = Reply.new("title" => "hello", "content" => "world", "approved" => true)
reply.save
assert reply.approved?
reply.approved = false
reply.save
assert !reply.approved?
end
def test_mass_assignment_protection_inheritance
assert_nil LoosePerson.accessible_attributes
assert_equal [ :credit_rating, :administrator ], LoosePerson.protected_attributes
assert_nil LooseDescendant.accessible_attributes
assert_equal [ :credit_rating, :administrator, :phone_number ], LooseDescendant.protected_attributes
assert_nil TightPerson.protected_attributes
assert_equal [ :name, :address ], TightPerson.accessible_attributes
assert_nil TightDescendant.protected_attributes
assert_equal [ :name, :address, :phone_number ], TightDescendant.accessible_attributes
end
def test_multiparameter_attributes_on_date
attributes = { "last_read(1i)" => "2004", "last_read(2i)" => "6", "last_read(3i)" => "24" }
topic = Topic.find(1)
topic.attributes = attributes
# note that extra #to_date call allows test to pass for Oracle, which
# treats dates/times the same
assert_date_from_db Date.new(2004, 6, 24), topic.last_read.to_date
end
def test_multiparameter_attributes_on_date_with_empty_date
attributes = { "last_read(1i)" => "2004", "last_read(2i)" => "6", "last_read(3i)" => "" }
topic = Topic.find(1)
topic.attributes = attributes
# note that extra #to_date call allows test to pass for Oracle, which
# treats dates/times the same
assert_date_from_db Date.new(2004, 6, 1), topic.last_read.to_date
end
def test_multiparameter_attributes_on_date_with_all_empty
attributes = { "last_read(1i)" => "", "last_read(2i)" => "", "last_read(3i)" => "" }
topic = Topic.find(1)
topic.attributes = attributes
assert_nil topic.last_read
end
def test_multiparameter_attributes_on_time
attributes = {
"written_on(1i)" => "2004", "written_on(2i)" => "6", "written_on(3i)" => "24",
"written_on(4i)" => "16", "written_on(5i)" => "24", "written_on(6i)" => "00"
}
topic = Topic.find(1)
topic.attributes = attributes
assert_equal Time.local(2004, 6, 24, 16, 24, 0), topic.written_on
end
def test_multiparameter_attributes_on_time_with_empty_seconds
attributes = {
"written_on(1i)" => "2004", "written_on(2i)" => "6", "written_on(3i)" => "24",
"written_on(4i)" => "16", "written_on(5i)" => "24", "written_on(6i)" => ""
}
topic = Topic.find(1)
topic.attributes = attributes
assert_equal Time.local(2004, 6, 24, 16, 24, 0), topic.written_on
end
def test_multiparameter_mass_assignment_protector
task = Task.new
time = Time.mktime(2000, 1, 1, 1)
task.starting = time
attributes = { "starting(1i)" => "2004", "starting(2i)" => "6", "starting(3i)" => "24" }
task.attributes = attributes
assert_equal time, task.starting
end
def test_multiparameter_assignment_of_aggregation
customer = Customer.new
address = Address.new("The Street", "The City", "The Country")
attributes = { "address(1)" => address.street, "address(2)" => address.city, "address(3)" => address.country }
customer.attributes = attributes
assert_equal address, customer.address
end
def test_attributes_on_dummy_time
# Oracle, SQL Server, and Sybase do not have a TIME datatype.
return true if current_adapter?(:SQLServerAdapter, :OracleAdapter, :SybaseAdapter)
attributes = {
"bonus_time" => "5:42:00AM"
}
topic = Topic.find(1)
topic.attributes = attributes
assert_equal Time.local(2000, 1, 1, 5, 42, 0), topic.bonus_time
end
def test_boolean
b_false = Booleantest.create({ "value" => false })
false_id = b_false.id
b_true = Booleantest.create({ "value" => true })
true_id = b_true.id
b_false = Booleantest.find(false_id)
assert !b_false.value?
b_true = Booleantest.find(true_id)
assert b_true.value?
end
def test_boolean_cast_from_string
b_false = Booleantest.create({ "value" => "0" })
false_id = b_false.id
b_true = Booleantest.create({ "value" => "1" })
true_id = b_true.id
b_false = Booleantest.find(false_id)
assert !b_false.value?
b_true = Booleantest.find(true_id)
assert b_true.value?
end
def test_clone
topic = Topic.find(1)
cloned_topic = nil
assert_nothing_raised { cloned_topic = topic.clone }
assert_equal topic.title, cloned_topic.title
assert cloned_topic.new_record?
# test if the attributes have been cloned
topic.title = "a"
cloned_topic.title = "b"
assert_equal "a", topic.title
assert_equal "b", cloned_topic.title
# test if the attribute values have been cloned
topic.title = {"a" => "b"}
cloned_topic = topic.clone
cloned_topic.title["a"] = "c"
assert_equal "b", topic.title["a"]
cloned_topic.save
assert !cloned_topic.new_record?
assert cloned_topic.id != topic.id
end
def test_clone_with_aggregate_of_same_name_as_attribute
dev = DeveloperWithAggregate.find(1)
assert_kind_of DeveloperSalary, dev.salary
clone = nil
assert_nothing_raised { clone = dev.clone }
assert_kind_of DeveloperSalary, clone.salary
assert_equal dev.salary.amount, clone.salary.amount
assert clone.new_record?
# test if the attributes have been cloned
original_amount = clone.salary.amount
dev.salary.amount = 1
assert_equal original_amount, clone.salary.amount
assert clone.save
assert !clone.new_record?
assert clone.id != dev.id
end
def test_clone_preserves_subtype
clone = nil
assert_nothing_raised { clone = Company.find(3).clone }
assert_kind_of Client, clone
end
def test_bignum
company = Company.find(1)
company.rating = 2147483647
company.save
company = Company.find(1)
assert_equal 2147483647, company.rating
end
# TODO: extend defaults tests to other databases!
if current_adapter?(:PostgreSQLAdapter)
def test_default
default = Default.new
# fixed dates / times
assert_equal Date.new(2004, 1, 1), default.fixed_date
assert_equal Time.local(2004, 1,1,0,0,0,0), default.fixed_time
# char types
assert_equal 'Y', default.char1
assert_equal 'a varchar field', default.char2
assert_equal 'a text field', default.char3
end
class Geometric < ActiveRecord::Base; end
def test_geometric_content
# accepted format notes:
# ()'s aren't required
# values can be a mix of float or integer
g = Geometric.new(
:a_point => '(5.0, 6.1)',
#:a_line => '((2.0, 3), (5.5, 7.0))' # line type is currently unsupported in postgresql
:a_line_segment => '(2.0, 3), (5.5, 7.0)',
:a_box => '2.0, 3, 5.5, 7.0',
:a_path => '[(2.0, 3), (5.5, 7.0), (8.5, 11.0)]', # [ ] is an open path
:a_polygon => '((2.0, 3), (5.5, 7.0), (8.5, 11.0))',
:a_circle => '<(5.3, 10.4), 2>'
)
assert g.save
# Reload and check that we have all the geometric attributes.
h = Geometric.find(g.id)
assert_equal '(5,6.1)', h.a_point
assert_equal '[(2,3),(5.5,7)]', h.a_line_segment
assert_equal '(5.5,7),(2,3)', h.a_box # reordered to store upper right corner then bottom left corner
assert_equal '[(2,3),(5.5,7),(8.5,11)]', h.a_path
assert_equal '((2,3),(5.5,7),(8.5,11))', h.a_polygon
assert_equal '<(5.3,10.4),2>', h.a_circle
# use a geometric function to test for an open path
objs = Geometric.find_by_sql ["select isopen(a_path) from geometrics where id = ?", g.id]
assert_equal objs[0].isopen, 't'
# test alternate formats when defining the geometric types
g = Geometric.new(
:a_point => '5.0, 6.1',
#:a_line => '((2.0, 3), (5.5, 7.0))' # line type is currently unsupported in postgresql
:a_line_segment => '((2.0, 3), (5.5, 7.0))',
:a_box => '(2.0, 3), (5.5, 7.0)',
:a_path => '((2.0, 3), (5.5, 7.0), (8.5, 11.0))', # ( ) is a closed path
:a_polygon => '2.0, 3, 5.5, 7.0, 8.5, 11.0',
:a_circle => '((5.3, 10.4), 2)'
)
assert g.save
# Reload and check that we have all the geometric attributes.
h = Geometric.find(g.id)
assert_equal '(5,6.1)', h.a_point
assert_equal '[(2,3),(5.5,7)]', h.a_line_segment
assert_equal '(5.5,7),(2,3)', h.a_box # reordered to store upper right corner then bottom left corner
assert_equal '((2,3),(5.5,7),(8.5,11))', h.a_path
assert_equal '((2,3),(5.5,7),(8.5,11))', h.a_polygon
assert_equal '<(5.3,10.4),2>', h.a_circle
# use a geometric function to test for an closed path
objs = Geometric.find_by_sql ["select isclosed(a_path) from geometrics where id = ?", g.id]
assert_equal objs[0].isclosed, 't'
end
end
class NumericData < ActiveRecord::Base
self.table_name = 'numeric_data'
end
def test_numeric_fields
m = NumericData.new(
:bank_balance => 1586.43,
:big_bank_balance => BigDecimal("1000234000567.95"),
:world_population => 6000000000,
:my_house_population => 3
)
assert m.save
m1 = NumericData.find(m.id)
assert_not_nil m1
# As with migration_test.rb, we should make world_population >= 2**62
# to cover 64-bit platforms and test it is a Bignum, but the main thing
# is that it's an Integer.
assert_kind_of Integer, m1.world_population
assert_equal 6000000000, m1.world_population
assert_kind_of Fixnum, m1.my_house_population
assert_equal 3, m1.my_house_population
assert_kind_of BigDecimal, m1.bank_balance
assert_equal BigDecimal("1586.43"), m1.bank_balance
assert_kind_of BigDecimal, m1.big_bank_balance
assert_equal BigDecimal("1000234000567.95"), m1.big_bank_balance
end
def test_auto_id
auto = AutoId.new
auto.save
assert (auto.id > 0)
end
def quote_column_name(name)
"<#{name}>"
end
def test_quote_keys
ar = AutoId.new
source = {"foo" => "bar", "baz" => "quux"}
actual = ar.send(:quote_columns, self, source)
inverted = actual.invert
assert_equal("<foo>", inverted["bar"])
assert_equal("<baz>", inverted["quux"])
end
def test_sql_injection_via_find
assert_raises(ActiveRecord::RecordNotFound, ActiveRecord::StatementInvalid) do
Topic.find("123456 OR id > 0")
end
end
def test_column_name_properly_quoted
col_record = ColumnName.new
col_record.references = 40
assert col_record.save
col_record.references = 41
assert col_record.save
assert_not_nil c2 = ColumnName.find(col_record.id)
assert_equal(41, c2.references)
end
def test_quoting_arrays
replies = Reply.find(:all, :conditions => [ "id IN (?)", topics(:first).replies.collect(&:id) ])
assert_equal topics(:first).replies.size, replies.size
replies = Reply.find(:all, :conditions => [ "id IN (?)", [] ])
assert_equal 0, replies.size
end
MyObject = Struct.new :attribute1, :attribute2
def test_serialized_attribute
myobj = MyObject.new('value1', 'value2')
topic = Topic.create("content" => myobj)
Topic.serialize("content", MyObject)
assert_equal(myobj, topic.content)
end
def test_serialized_attribute_with_class_constraint
myobj = MyObject.new('value1', 'value2')
topic = Topic.create("content" => myobj)
Topic.serialize(:content, Hash)
assert_raise(ActiveRecord::SerializationTypeMismatch) { Topic.find(topic.id).content }
settings = { "color" => "blue" }
Topic.find(topic.id).update_attribute("content", settings)
assert_equal(settings, Topic.find(topic.id).content)
Topic.serialize(:content)
end
def test_quote
author_name = "\\ \001 ' \n \\n \""
topic = Topic.create('author_name' => author_name)
assert_equal author_name, Topic.find(topic.id).author_name
end
def test_quote_chars
str = 'The Narrator'
topic = Topic.create(:author_name => str)
assert_equal str, topic.author_name
assert_kind_of ActiveSupport::Multibyte::Chars, str.chars
topic = Topic.find_by_author_name(str.chars)
assert_kind_of Topic, topic
assert_equal str, topic.author_name, "The right topic should have been found by name even with name passed as Chars"
end
def test_class_level_destroy
should_be_destroyed_reply = Reply.create("title" => "hello", "content" => "world")
Topic.find(1).replies << should_be_destroyed_reply
Topic.destroy(1)
assert_raise(ActiveRecord::RecordNotFound) { Topic.find(1) }
assert_raise(ActiveRecord::RecordNotFound) { Reply.find(should_be_destroyed_reply.id) }
end
def test_class_level_delete
should_be_destroyed_reply = Reply.create("title" => "hello", "content" => "world")
Topic.find(1).replies << should_be_destroyed_reply
Topic.delete(1)
assert_raise(ActiveRecord::RecordNotFound) { Topic.find(1) }
assert_nothing_raised { Reply.find(should_be_destroyed_reply.id) }
end
def test_increment_attribute
assert_equal 1, topics(:first).replies_count
topics(:first).increment! :replies_count
assert_equal 2, topics(:first, :reload).replies_count
topics(:first).increment(:replies_count).increment!(:replies_count)
assert_equal 4, topics(:first, :reload).replies_count
end
def test_increment_nil_attribute
assert_nil topics(:first).parent_id
topics(:first).increment! :parent_id
assert_equal 1, topics(:first).parent_id
end
def test_decrement_attribute
topics(:first).increment(:replies_count).increment!(:replies_count)
assert_equal 3, topics(:first).replies_count
topics(:first).decrement!(:replies_count)
assert_equal 2, topics(:first, :reload).replies_count
topics(:first).decrement(:replies_count).decrement!(:replies_count)
assert_equal 0, topics(:first, :reload).replies_count
end
def test_toggle_attribute
assert !topics(:first).approved?
topics(:first).toggle!(:approved)
assert topics(:first).approved?
topic = topics(:first)
topic.toggle(:approved)
assert !topic.approved?
topic.reload
assert topic.approved?
end
def test_reload
t1 = Topic.find(1)
t2 = Topic.find(1)
t1.title = "something else"
t1.save
t2.reload
assert_equal t1.title, t2.title
end
def test_define_attr_method_with_value
k = Class.new( ActiveRecord::Base )
k.send(:define_attr_method, :table_name, "foo")
assert_equal "foo", k.table_name
end
def test_define_attr_method_with_block
k = Class.new( ActiveRecord::Base )
k.send(:define_attr_method, :primary_key) { "sys_" + original_primary_key }
assert_equal "sys_id", k.primary_key
end
def test_set_table_name_with_value
k = Class.new( ActiveRecord::Base )
k.table_name = "foo"
assert_equal "foo", k.table_name
k.set_table_name "bar"
assert_equal "bar", k.table_name
end
def test_set_table_name_with_block
k = Class.new( ActiveRecord::Base )
k.set_table_name { "ks" }
assert_equal "ks", k.table_name
end
def test_set_primary_key_with_value
k = Class.new( ActiveRecord::Base )
k.primary_key = "foo"
assert_equal "foo", k.primary_key
k.set_primary_key "bar"
assert_equal "bar", k.primary_key
end
def test_set_primary_key_with_block
k = Class.new( ActiveRecord::Base )
k.set_primary_key { "sys_" + original_primary_key }
assert_equal "sys_id", k.primary_key
end
def test_set_inheritance_column_with_value
k = Class.new( ActiveRecord::Base )
k.inheritance_column = "foo"
assert_equal "foo", k.inheritance_column
k.set_inheritance_column "bar"
assert_equal "bar", k.inheritance_column
end
def test_set_inheritance_column_with_block
k = Class.new( ActiveRecord::Base )
k.set_inheritance_column { original_inheritance_column + "_id" }
assert_equal "type_id", k.inheritance_column
end
def test_count_with_join
res = Post.count_by_sql "SELECT COUNT(*) FROM posts LEFT JOIN comments ON posts.id=comments.post_id WHERE posts.#{QUOTED_TYPE} = 'Post'"
res2 = nil
assert_deprecated 'count' do
res2 = Post.count("posts.#{QUOTED_TYPE} = 'Post'",
"LEFT JOIN comments ON posts.id=comments.post_id")
end
assert_equal res, res2
res3 = nil
assert_nothing_raised do
res3 = Post.count(:conditions => "posts.#{QUOTED_TYPE} = 'Post'",
:joins => "LEFT JOIN comments ON posts.id=comments.post_id")
end
assert_equal res, res3
res4 = Post.count_by_sql "SELECT COUNT(p.id) FROM posts p, comments co WHERE p.#{QUOTED_TYPE} = 'Post' AND p.id=co.post_id"
res5 = nil
assert_nothing_raised do
res5 = Post.count(:conditions => "p.#{QUOTED_TYPE} = 'Post' AND p.id=co.post_id",
:joins => "p, comments co",
:select => "p.id")
end
assert_equal res4, res5
res6 = Post.count_by_sql "SELECT COUNT(DISTINCT p.id) FROM posts p, comments co WHERE p.#{QUOTED_TYPE} = 'Post' AND p.id=co.post_id"
res7 = nil
assert_nothing_raised do
res7 = Post.count(:conditions => "p.#{QUOTED_TYPE} = 'Post' AND p.id=co.post_id",
:joins => "p, comments co",
:select => "p.id",
:distinct => true)
end
assert_equal res6, res7
end
def test_clear_association_cache_stored
firm = Firm.find(1)
assert_kind_of Firm, firm
firm.clear_association_cache
assert_equal Firm.find(1).clients.collect{ |x| x.name }.sort, firm.clients.collect{ |x| x.name }.sort
end
def test_clear_association_cache_new_record
firm = Firm.new
client_stored = Client.find(3)
client_new = Client.new
client_new.name = "The Joneses"
clients = [ client_stored, client_new ]
firm.clients << clients
firm.clear_association_cache
assert_equal firm.clients.collect{ |x| x.name }.sort, clients.collect{ |x| x.name }.sort
end
def test_interpolate_sql
assert_nothing_raised { Category.new.send(:interpolate_sql, 'foo@bar') }
assert_nothing_raised { Category.new.send(:interpolate_sql, 'foo bar) baz') }
assert_nothing_raised { Category.new.send(:interpolate_sql, 'foo bar} baz') }
end
def test_scoped_find_conditions
scoped_developers = Developer.with_scope(:find => { :conditions => 'salary > 90000' }) do
Developer.find(:all, :conditions => 'id < 5')
end
assert !scoped_developers.include?(developers(:david)) # David's salary is less than 90,000
assert_equal 3, scoped_developers.size
end
def test_scoped_find_limit_offset
scoped_developers = Developer.with_scope(:find => { :limit => 3, :offset => 2 }) do
Developer.find(:all, :order => 'id')
end
assert !scoped_developers.include?(developers(:david))
assert !scoped_developers.include?(developers(:jamis))
assert_equal 3, scoped_developers.size
# Test without scoped find conditions to ensure we get the whole thing
developers = Developer.find(:all, :order => 'id')
assert_equal Developer.count, developers.size
end
def test_scoped_find_order
# Test order in scope
scoped_developers = Developer.with_scope(:find => { :limit => 1, :order => 'salary DESC' }) do
Developer.find(:all)
end
assert_equal 'Jamis', scoped_developers.first.name
assert scoped_developers.include?(developers(:jamis))
# Test scope without order and order in find
scoped_developers = Developer.with_scope(:find => { :limit => 1 }) do
Developer.find(:all, :order => 'salary DESC')
end
# Test scope order + find order, find has priority
scoped_developers = Developer.with_scope(:find => { :limit => 3, :order => 'id DESC' }) do
Developer.find(:all, :order => 'salary ASC')
end
assert scoped_developers.include?(developers(:poor_jamis))
assert scoped_developers.include?(developers(:david))
assert scoped_developers.include?(developers(:dev_10))
# Test without scoped find conditions to ensure we get the right thing
developers = Developer.find(:all, :order => 'id', :limit => 1)
assert scoped_developers.include?(developers(:david))
end
def test_scoped_find_limit_offset_including_has_many_association
topics = Topic.with_scope(:find => {:limit => 1, :offset => 1, :include => :replies}) do
Topic.find(:all, :order => "topics.id")
end
assert_equal 1, topics.size
assert_equal 2, topics.first.id
end
def test_scoped_find_order_including_has_many_association
developers = Developer.with_scope(:find => { :order => 'developers.salary DESC', :include => :projects }) do
Developer.find(:all)
end
assert developers.size >= 2
for i in 1...developers.size
assert developers[i-1].salary >= developers[i].salary
end
end
def test_abstract_class
assert !ActiveRecord::Base.abstract_class?
assert LoosePerson.abstract_class?
assert !LooseDescendant.abstract_class?
end
def test_base_class
assert_equal LoosePerson, LoosePerson.base_class
assert_equal LooseDescendant, LooseDescendant.base_class
assert_equal TightPerson, TightPerson.base_class
assert_equal TightPerson, TightDescendant.base_class
assert_equal Post, Post.base_class
assert_equal Post, SpecialPost.base_class
assert_equal Post, StiPost.base_class
assert_equal SubStiPost, SubStiPost.base_class
end
def test_descends_from_active_record
# Tries to call Object.abstract_class?
assert_raise(NoMethodError) do
ActiveRecord::Base.descends_from_active_record?
end
# Abstract subclass of AR::Base.
assert LoosePerson.descends_from_active_record?
# Concrete subclass of an abstract class.
assert LooseDescendant.descends_from_active_record?
# Concrete subclass of AR::Base.
assert TightPerson.descends_from_active_record?
# Concrete subclass of a concrete class but has no type column.
assert TightDescendant.descends_from_active_record?
# Concrete subclass of AR::Base.
assert Post.descends_from_active_record?
# Abstract subclass of a concrete class which has a type column.
# This is pathological, as you'll never have Sub < Abstract < Concrete.
assert !StiPost.descends_from_active_record?
# Concrete subclasses an abstract class which has a type column.
assert !SubStiPost.descends_from_active_record?
end
def test_find_on_abstract_base_class_doesnt_use_type_condition
old_class = LooseDescendant
Object.send :remove_const, :LooseDescendant
descendant = old_class.create!
assert_not_nil LoosePerson.find(descendant.id), "Should have found instance of LooseDescendant when finding abstract LoosePerson: #{descendant.inspect}"
ensure
unless Object.const_defined?(:LooseDescendant)
Object.const_set :LooseDescendant, old_class
end
end
def test_assert_queries
query = lambda { ActiveRecord::Base.connection.execute 'select count(*) from developers' }
assert_queries(2) { 2.times { query.call } }
assert_queries 1, &query
assert_no_queries { assert true }
end
def test_to_xml
xml = topics(:first).to_xml(:indent => 0, :skip_instruct => true)
bonus_time_in_current_timezone = topics(:first).bonus_time.xmlschema
written_on_in_current_timezone = topics(:first).written_on.xmlschema
last_read_in_current_timezone = topics(:first).last_read.xmlschema
assert_equal "<topic>", xml.first(7)
assert xml.include?(%(<title>The First Topic</title>))
assert xml.include?(%(<author-name>David</author-name>))
assert xml.include?(%(<id type="integer">1</id>))
assert xml.include?(%(<replies-count type="integer">1</replies-count>))
assert xml.include?(%(<written-on type="datetime">#{written_on_in_current_timezone}</written-on>))
assert xml.include?(%(<content>Have a nice day</content>))
assert xml.include?(%(<author-email-address>david@loudthinking.com</author-email-address>))
assert xml.match(%(<parent-id type="integer"></parent-id>))
if current_adapter?(:SybaseAdapter, :SQLServerAdapter, :OracleAdapter)
assert xml.include?(%(<last-read type="datetime">#{last_read_in_current_timezone}</last-read>))
else
assert xml.include?(%(<last-read type="date">2004-04-15</last-read>))
end
# Oracle and DB2 don't have true boolean or time-only fields
unless current_adapter?(:OracleAdapter, :DB2Adapter)
assert xml.include?(%(<approved type="boolean">false</approved>)), "Approved should be a boolean"
assert xml.include?(%(<bonus-time type="datetime">#{bonus_time_in_current_timezone}</bonus-time>))
end
end
def test_to_xml_skipping_attributes
xml = topics(:first).to_xml(:indent => 0, :skip_instruct => true, :except => [:title, :replies_count])
assert_equal "<topic>", xml.first(7)
assert !xml.include?(%(<title>The First Topic</title>))
assert xml.include?(%(<author-name>David</author-name>))
xml = topics(:first).to_xml(:indent => 0, :skip_instruct => true, :except => [:title, :author_name, :replies_count])
assert !xml.include?(%(<title>The First Topic</title>))
assert !xml.include?(%(<author-name>David</author-name>))
end
def test_to_xml_including_has_many_association
xml = topics(:first).to_xml(:indent => 0, :skip_instruct => true, :include => :replies, :except => :replies_count)
assert_equal "<topic>", xml.first(7)
assert xml.include?(%(<replies><reply>))
assert xml.include?(%(<title>The Second Topic's of the day</title>))
end
def test_array_to_xml_including_has_many_association
xml = [ topics(:first), topics(:second) ].to_xml(:indent => 0, :skip_instruct => true, :include => :replies)
assert xml.include?(%(<replies><reply>))
end
def test_array_to_xml_including_methods
xml = [ topics(:first), topics(:second) ].to_xml(:indent => 0, :skip_instruct => true, :methods => [ :topic_id ])
assert xml.include?(%(<topic-id type="integer">#{topics(:first).topic_id}</topic-id>)), xml
assert xml.include?(%(<topic-id type="integer">#{topics(:second).topic_id}</topic-id>)), xml
end
def test_array_to_xml_including_has_one_association
xml = [ companies(:first_firm), companies(:rails_core) ].to_xml(:indent => 0, :skip_instruct => true, :include => :account)
assert xml.include?(companies(:first_firm).account.to_xml(:indent => 0, :skip_instruct => true))
assert xml.include?(companies(:rails_core).account.to_xml(:indent => 0, :skip_instruct => true))
end
def test_array_to_xml_including_belongs_to_association
xml = [ companies(:first_client), companies(:second_client), companies(:another_client) ].to_xml(:indent => 0, :skip_instruct => true, :include => :firm)
assert xml.include?(companies(:first_client).to_xml(:indent => 0, :skip_instruct => true))
assert xml.include?(companies(:second_client).firm.to_xml(:indent => 0, :skip_instruct => true))
assert xml.include?(companies(:another_client).firm.to_xml(:indent => 0, :skip_instruct => true))
end
def test_to_xml_including_belongs_to_association
xml = companies(:first_client).to_xml(:indent => 0, :skip_instruct => true, :include => :firm)
assert !xml.include?("<firm>")
xml = companies(:second_client).to_xml(:indent => 0, :skip_instruct => true, :include => :firm)
assert xml.include?("<firm>")
end
def test_to_xml_including_multiple_associations
xml = companies(:first_firm).to_xml(:indent => 0, :skip_instruct => true, :include => [ :clients, :account ])
assert_equal "<firm>", xml.first(6)
assert xml.include?(%(<account>))
assert xml.include?(%(<clients><client>))
end
def test_to_xml_including_multiple_associations_with_options
xml = companies(:first_firm).to_xml(
:indent => 0, :skip_instruct => true,
:include => { :clients => { :only => :name } }
)
assert_equal "<firm>", xml.first(6)
assert xml.include?(%(<client><name>Summit</name></client>))
assert xml.include?(%(<clients><client>))
end
def test_to_xml_including_methods
xml = Company.new.to_xml(:methods => :arbitrary_method, :skip_instruct => true)
assert_equal "<company>", xml.first(9)
assert xml.include?(%(<arbitrary-method>I am Jack's profound disappointment</arbitrary-method>))
end
def test_except_attributes
assert_equal(
%w( author_name type id approved replies_count bonus_time written_on content author_email_address parent_id last_read),
topics(:first).attributes(:except => :title).keys
)
assert_equal(
%w( replies_count bonus_time written_on content author_email_address parent_id last_read),
topics(:first).attributes(:except => [ :title, :id, :type, :approved, :author_name ]).keys
)
end
def test_include_attributes
assert_equal(%w( title ), topics(:first).attributes(:only => :title).keys)
assert_equal(%w( title author_name type id approved ), topics(:first).attributes(:only => [ :title, :id, :type, :approved, :author_name ]).keys)
end
def test_type_name_with_module_should_handle_beginning
assert_equal 'ActiveRecord::Person', ActiveRecord::Base.send(:type_name_with_module, 'Person')
assert_equal '::Person', ActiveRecord::Base.send(:type_name_with_module, '::Person')
end
def test_to_param_should_return_string
assert_kind_of String, Client.find(:first).to_param
end
# FIXME: this test ought to run, but it needs to run sandboxed so that it
# doesn't b0rk the current test environment by undefing everything.
#
#def test_dev_mode_memory_leak
# counts = []
# 2.times do
# require_dependency 'fixtures/company'
# Firm.find(:first)
# Dependencies.clear
# ActiveRecord::Base.reset_subclasses
# Dependencies.remove_subclasses_for(ActiveRecord::Base)
#
# GC.start
#
# count = 0
# ObjectSpace.each_object(Proc) { count += 1 }
# counts << count
# end
# assert counts.last <= counts.first,
# "expected last count (#{counts.last}) to be <= first count (#{counts.first})"
#end
private
def assert_readers(model, exceptions)
expected_readers = Set.new(model.column_names - ['id'])
expected_readers += expected_readers.map { |col| "#{col}?" }
expected_readers -= exceptions
assert_equal expected_readers, model.read_methods
end
end
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