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#-*- coding: ISO-8859-1 -*-
# pysqlite2/test/hooks.py: tests for various SQLite-specific hooks
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# Copyright (C) 2006-2007 Gerhard Häring <gh@ghaering.de>
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import os, unittest
import sqlite3 as sqlite

class CollationTests(unittest.TestCase):
    def setUp(self):
        pass

    def tearDown(self):
        pass

    def CheckCreateCollationNotCallable(self):
        con = sqlite.connect(":memory:")
        try:
            con.create_collation("X", 42)
            self.fail("should have raised a TypeError")
        except TypeError, e:
            self.assertEqual(e.args[0], "parameter must be callable")

    def CheckCreateCollationNotAscii(self):
        con = sqlite.connect(":memory:")
        try:
            con.create_collation("collä", cmp)
            self.fail("should have raised a ProgrammingError")
        except sqlite.ProgrammingError, e:
            pass

    def CheckCollationIsUsed(self):
        if sqlite.version_info < (3, 2, 1):  # old SQLite versions crash on this test
            return
        def mycoll(x, y):
            # reverse order
            return -cmp(x, y)

        con = sqlite.connect(":memory:")
        con.create_collation("mycoll", mycoll)
        sql = """
            select x from (
            select 'a' as x
            union
            select 'b' as x
            union
            select 'c' as x
            ) order by x collate mycoll
            """
        result = con.execute(sql).fetchall()
        if result[0][0] != "c" or result[1][0] != "b" or result[2][0] != "a":
            self.fail("the expected order was not returned")

        con.create_collation("mycoll", None)
        try:
            result = con.execute(sql).fetchall()
            self.fail("should have raised an OperationalError")
        except sqlite.OperationalError, e:
            self.assertEqual(e.args[0].lower(), "no such collation sequence: mycoll")

    def CheckCollationRegisterTwice(self):
        """
        Register two different collation functions under the same name.
        Verify that the last one is actually used.
        """
        con = sqlite.connect(":memory:")
        con.create_collation("mycoll", cmp)
        con.create_collation("mycoll", lambda x, y: -cmp(x, y))
        result = con.execute("""
            select x from (select 'a' as x union select 'b' as x) order by x collate mycoll
            """).fetchall()
        if result[0][0] != 'b' or result[1][0] != 'a':
            self.fail("wrong collation function is used")

    def CheckDeregisterCollation(self):
        """
        Register a collation, then deregister it. Make sure an error is raised if we try
        to use it.
        """
        con = sqlite.connect(":memory:")
        con.create_collation("mycoll", cmp)
        con.create_collation("mycoll", None)
        try:
            con.execute("select 'a' as x union select 'b' as x order by x collate mycoll")
            self.fail("should have raised an OperationalError")
        except sqlite.OperationalError, e:
            if not e.args[0].startswith("no such collation sequence"):
                self.fail("wrong OperationalError raised")

class ProgressTests(unittest.TestCase):
    def CheckProgressHandlerUsed(self):
        """
        Test that the progress handler is invoked once it is set.
        """
        con = sqlite.connect(":memory:")
        progress_calls = []
        def progress():
            progress_calls.append(None)
            return 0
        con.set_progress_handler(progress, 1)
        con.execute("""
            create table foo(a, b)
            """)
        self.assertTrue(progress_calls)


    def CheckOpcodeCount(self):
        """
        Test that the opcode argument is respected.
        """
        con = sqlite.connect(":memory:")
        progress_calls = []
        def progress():
            progress_calls.append(None)
            return 0
        con.set_progress_handler(progress, 1)
        curs = con.cursor()
        curs.execute("""
            create table foo (a, b)
            """)
        first_count = len(progress_calls)
        progress_calls = []
        con.set_progress_handler(progress, 2)
        curs.execute("""
            create table bar (a, b)
            """)
        second_count = len(progress_calls)
        self.assertTrue(first_count > second_count)

    def CheckCancelOperation(self):
        """
        Test that returning a non-zero value stops the operation in progress.
        """
        con = sqlite.connect(":memory:")
        progress_calls = []
        def progress():
            progress_calls.append(None)
            return 1
        con.set_progress_handler(progress, 1)
        curs = con.cursor()
        self.assertRaises(
            sqlite.OperationalError,
            curs.execute,
            "create table bar (a, b)")

    def CheckClearHandler(self):
        """
        Test that setting the progress handler to None clears the previously set handler.
        """
        con = sqlite.connect(":memory:")
        action = 0
        def progress():
            action = 1
            return 0
        con.set_progress_handler(progress, 1)
        con.set_progress_handler(None, 1)
        con.execute("select 1 union select 2 union select 3").fetchall()
        self.assertEqual(action, 0, "progress handler was not cleared")

def suite():
    collation_suite = unittest.makeSuite(CollationTests, "Check")
    progress_suite = unittest.makeSuite(ProgressTests, "Check")
    return unittest.TestSuite((collation_suite, progress_suite))

def test():
    runner = unittest.TextTestRunner()
    runner.run(suite())

if __name__ == "__main__":
    test()