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Issue In XUnit Reporter GetPath #547

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lwasylow opened this Issue Jan 3, 2018 · 1 comment

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lwasylow commented Jan 3, 2018

I believe there is an issue in getpath expression in ut_xunit_reporter.
It uses a substring which can result in negative positive.
E.g. Package is named "ut_gen_pk_id_api" and annotation for suitepath is alltests

CREATE OR REPLACE PACKAGE ut_test.ut_generate_pk_id_api IS

--%suitepath(alltests)
--%suite(generate_primary_key)
--%displayname(Generate PK Function Suite)

--%test(ut_generate_pk_id)
--%displayname(Generate PK Function Test)
PROCEDURE ut_generate_pk_id;

END ut_generate_pk_id_apii;
/

When running that it reports a classname in xunit as : 'alltest' rather than 'alltests.ut_gen_pk_id_api'

Would not be better to replace

return substr(a_path_with_name, 1, instr(a_path_with_name, '.' || a_name) - 1);
with
substr(a_path_with_name, 1, regexp_instr(a_path_with_name, '.' || a_name||'$') - 1)

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jgebal commented Jan 4, 2018

You are referring to a use-case where test package name is like '%test procedure name%'

I think your regex pattern was is missing \ before the dot.

select a_path_with_name,
        regexp_substr(a_path_with_name, '(.*)\.' ||a_name||'$',1,1,'',1),
        substr(a_path_with_name, 1, regexp_instr(a_path_with_name, '\.' || a_name||'$') - 1),
        substr(a_path_with_name, 1, instr(a_path_with_name, '.' || a_name) - 1)
  from (select 'alltests.ut_generate_pk_id_api.ut_generate_pk_id' a_path_with_name, 'ut_generate_pk_id' a_name from dual);

Maybe we can just use:
return regexp_substr(a_path_with_name, '(.*)\.' ||a_name||'$',subexpression=>1)

It is a bug indeed.

Can you fix it and create a PR for it?

@jgebal jgebal added the bug label Jan 4, 2018

@jgebal jgebal added this to the v3.0.5 milestone Jan 4, 2018

@jgebal jgebal closed this Jan 4, 2018

@jgebal jgebal modified the milestones: v3.0.5, v3.1.0 Feb 28, 2018

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