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Role tests are used to check the permissions of user roles.
Running The Tests
Make sure that the database is prepopulated. If not, then run -
cd web2py/applications/eden rm databases/* cd ../.. python web2py.py -S eden -M -R applications/eden/static/scripts/tools/noop.py
To start the tests, run -
python web2py.py -S eden -M -R applications/eden/modules/tests/suite.py -A --suite roles
Writing Role Tests for a Template
To write role tests for a template, you will need to create a folder for that template in the role test folder:
modules/tests/roles/<template_name>. In this folder you'll have to create the following files.
This file will specify which organisations & branches data & users are created for.
This file will define the data that will be created for the user's roles will be tested against. See existing examples and S3XML for how to format this file. This file will include the string
%(org)s which will be replaced with the name of the organisation/branch.
A file template for the users and roles which will be tested. See existing examples for how to format this file. This file will include the string
%(org)s which will be replaced with the name of the organisation/branch. To assign a role for an organisation, using this syntax:
Test Users (optional)
An optional file which is used to create users - handy for debugging.
The permissions declared in this file are tested upon. Currently permissions are only tested for users from Org-A, but you can test their access to data from other Organisations.
Role Test Documentation
The tests are located in
- The file
modules/tests/roles/test_roles.pytests permissions against role matrix file.
- The data for the roles tests is created by