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# Test the RPC::XML::Client class
use strict;
use vars qw($dir $srv $child $port $cli $res $flag);
use subs qw(start_server find_port);
use Test;
BEGIN { plan tests => 17 }
require RPC::XML::Server;
require RPC::XML::Client;
(undef, $dir, undef) = File::Spec->splitpath($0);
require File::Spec->catfile($dir, '');
# The organization of the test suites is such that we assume anything that
# runs before the current suite is 100%. Thus, no consistency checks on
# any other classes are done, only on the data and return values of this
# class under consideration, RPC::XML::Client. In this particular case, this
# means that we can safely use RPC::XML::Server in creating a suitable test
# environment.
# Start with some very basic things, before actually firing up a live server.
die "No usable port found between 9000 and 10000, skipping"
if (($port = find_port) == -1);
$cli = RPC::XML::Client->new("http://localhost:$port");
ok(ref $cli);
# With no server yet at that port, test the failure modes
ok((! $cli->simple_request('system.identity')) && $RPC::XML::ERROR);
ok(! ref($cli->send_request('system.identity')));
# Test the error-handling callback
$cli->error_handler(sub { $res++ });
$res = 0;
# Test clearing it
$res = 0;
ok(! $res);
# Test setting and clearing both with combined_handler
$cli->combined_handler(sub { 1 });
ok($cli->error_handler() && ($cli->error_handler() eq $cli->fault_handler()));
ok(! ($cli->error_handler() or $cli->fault_handler()));
# Cool so far. Create and spawn the server.
$srv = RPC::XML::Server->new(port => $port);
die "Failed to create server: $srv, stopped" unless (ref $srv);
$child = start_server($srv);
# NOW, this should work. Also, set $RPC::XML::ERROR to see if it clears
$RPC::XML::ERROR = 'foo';
ok($cli->simple_request('system.identity') eq $srv->product_tokens);
ok(! $RPC::XML::ERROR);
# Using send_request should yield an RPC::XML::string object with that value
$res = $cli->send_request('system.identity');
ok((ref($res) eq 'RPC::XML::string') &&
($res->value eq $srv->product_tokens));
# See what comes back from bad (but successful) calls
$res = $cli->simple_request('system.teaseMe');
ok((ref($res) eq 'HASH') &&
(join(';', sort keys %$res) eq 'faultCode;faultString') &&
($res->{faultString} =~ /Unknown method/));
# As opposed to a fault object:
$res = $cli->send_request('system.teaseMe');
ok((ref($res) eq 'RPC::XML::fault') && ($res->string =~ /Unknown method/));
# Give the fault handler a whirl -- note the return value is the fault object
$cli->fault_handler(sub { $flag++ if ((ref($_[0]) eq 'RPC::XML::fault') &&
($_[0]->string =~ /Unknown method/));
$_[0] });
$flag = 0;
$res = $cli->send_request('system.pleaseMe');
# Did the callback run correctly?
# Is the value returned correct?
ok((ref($res) eq 'RPC::XML::fault') && ($res->string =~ /Unknown method/));
# Last tests-- is the url() method working?
ok($cli->uri =~ m|http://localhost:$port/?|);
# does calling it as an accesor change it at all?
ok($cli->uri =~ m|http://localhost:$port/?|);
ok($cli->uri eq '');
# Kill the server before exiting
kill 'INT', $child;
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