Test suite to test implemenations against the PHPCR API interfaces.
The tests are organised by feature, with the numbers referencing the chapter numbers in the JCR v2.0 specification, JSR 283. (available at http://www.day.com/specs/jcr/2.0/index.html)
Some of the chapters have not yet been implemented. They have a file named TODO in the folder. TODO: check existing chapters for completeness and correctness Some tests are missing, some are skipped although jackalope implements the feature. Write operations are less tested than read operations. Should go through all tests and fix failing ones and implement missing ones. For write, check Session::save too and add more complicated chained operations in CombinedManipulationsTest.
TODO: tests should check workspace if it supports that feature and mark tests skipped if implemenation does not claim to implement this feature.
TODO: Although generically useable this checkout comes with fixtures and data for the Jackalope API tests. clean out the jackalope references and move all jackalope specific stuff (the .jars and so on) into the jackalope api-tests folder. These tests should be clean. The only relevant folders are tests and fixtures, plus the .sample files, the rest should go out of this.
The phpcr-api-tests is a suite to test compliance for implementations of the java content repository specification. https://github.com/phpcr/phpcr
You need to provide a couple of files in order to let the tests detect your implementation:
- Add the api tests as submodule of your project, for example in a folder tests/api
- Copy phpunit.dist.xml to the parent folder of where you added the submodule, rename it to phpunit.xml and adapt as necessary.
- All vars beginning with "jcr." are copied to the configuration array
that is passed to the functions
getFixtureLoader. TODO: configuration should be handled by bootstrap and not by baseClass
- Write your own bootstrap file. Have a look at bootstrap.dist.php You have to implement the following methods: ** getPHPCRSession() ** getRepository() ** getSimpleCredentials() ** getFixtureLoader() TODO: make this a class and move logic for configuration into the bootstrap
- Implement data for all the necessary fixtures. See the "fixtures/" folder for a JCR XML system view export of the fixture data. If your implementation can not import this format, you will need to convert them into a suitable format.
Once this binding is working, run the tests with phpunit. If you use a normal php installation, this is usually along the lines of:
$ phpunit -c path/to/folder-with-phpunit
You can run the tests for a specific chapter of the specification with phpunit -c path/to/folder-with-phpunit path/to/NN_chaptername
The fixture loading passes strings without the file extension so you can roll your own fixtures if you want. The test suite provides default fixtures in the fixtures folder in the JCR system view export format. It is recommended to use those.
TODO: move this into jackalope, its implementation specific. and we should just implement the session::importXML method anyways
The class jackrabbit_importexport can be used to import fixtures in xml format. It relies on jack.jar. The class can be plugged in Symfony2 autoload mechanism through autoload.php, which can be used to feed a MapFileClassLoader istance. E.g:
$phpcr_loader = new MapFileClassLoader( __DIR__.'/../vendor/doctrine-phpcr-odm/lib/vendor/jackalope/api-test/suite/inc/autoload.php' ); $phpcr_loader->register();
- PHPUnit in PATH
- PHPUnit in include_path
All tests extend from the baseCase, found in inc/baseCase.php The baseCase prepares a couple of fixtures and assertions that can be used by the tests. Read the comments in that file for details.
To improve test running speed, tests should load the fixtures in the setupBeforeClass method. For the read-only tests, we have just two fixture files that cover all cases. For the write tests, we have one fixture per file with nodes named after the test names, which baseCase::setUp puts into $this->node. This way, each test has its own "root" node and does not influence the other tests.
To add or adjust fixtures, you can use jackrabbit and the jack.jar tool to import and export data: http://github.com/jackalope/jackrabbit-importexport See the readme file of jack for details.
It would be nice if we were able to run the relevant parts of the JSR-283 Technology Compliance Kit (TCK) against php implementations. Note that we would need to have some glue for things that look different in php than in Java, like the whole topic of Value and ValueFactory. https://jira.liip.ch/browse/JACK-24
Once we manage to do that, we could hopefully also use the performance test suite https://jira.liip.ch/browse/JACK-23