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Source code for galaxy_test.api.test_roles

import json

from galaxy_test.base.api_asserts import (
from galaxy_test.base.populators import (
from ._framework import ApiTestCase

[docs]class RolesApiTestCase(ApiTestCase):
[docs] def setUp(self): super(RolesApiTestCase, self).setUp() self.dataset_populator = DatasetPopulator(self.galaxy_interactor)
[docs] def test_list_and_show(self): def check_roles_response(response): assert response.status_code == 200 as_list = response.json() assert isinstance(as_list, list) assert len(as_list) > 0 for role in as_list: RolesApiTestCase.check_role_dict(role) user_role_id = self.dataset_populator.user_private_role_id() with self._different_user(): different_user_role_id = self.dataset_populator.user_private_role_id() admin_roles_response = self._get("roles", admin=True) user_roles_response = self._get("roles") check_roles_response(admin_roles_response) check_roles_response(user_roles_response) admin_roles_response_ids = [r["id"] for r in admin_roles_response.json()] user_roles_response_ids = [r["id"] for r in user_roles_response.json()] # User can see their own private role not the other users, admin can see both. assert user_role_id in user_roles_response_ids assert different_user_role_id not in user_roles_response_ids assert user_role_id in admin_roles_response_ids assert different_user_role_id in admin_roles_response_ids # Check showing a valid, role. role_response = self._get("roles/%s" % user_role_id) assert role_response.status_code == 200 role = role_response.json() RolesApiTestCase.check_role_dict(role, assert_id=user_role_id)
[docs] def test_create_valid(self): name = self.dataset_populator.get_random_name() description = "A test role." payload = { "name": name, "description": description, "user_ids": json.dumps([self.dataset_populator.user_id()]), } response = self._post("roles", payload, admin=True) assert_status_code_is(response, 200) # TODO: Why does this return a singleton list - that is bad - should be deprecated # and return a single role. role = response.json()[0] RolesApiTestCase.check_role_dict(role) assert role["name"] == name assert role["description"] == description user_roles_response = self._get("roles") with self._different_user(): different_user_roles_response = self._get("roles") user_roles_response_ids = [r["id"] for r in user_roles_response.json()] different_user_roles_response_ids = [r["id"] for r in different_user_roles_response.json()] # This new role is public, all users see it. assert role["id"] in user_roles_response_ids assert role["id"] in different_user_roles_response_ids
[docs] def test_show_error_codes(self): # Bad role ids are 400. response = self._get("roles/badroleid") assert_status_code_is(response, 400) # Trying to access roles are errors - should probably be 403 not 400 though? with self._different_user(): different_user_role_id = self.dataset_populator.user_private_role_id() response = self._get("roles/%s" % different_user_role_id) assert_status_code_is(response, 400)
[docs] def test_create_only_admin(self): response = self._post("roles") assert_status_code_is(response, 403)
[docs] @staticmethod def check_role_dict(role_dict, assert_id=None): assert_has_keys(role_dict, "id", "name", "model_class", "url") assert role_dict["model_class"] == "Role" if assert_id is not None: assert role_dict["id"] == assert_id