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gsutil / src / boto / boto / tests / test_sqsconnection.py

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#!/usr/bin/env python

# Copyright (c) 2006-2010 Mitch Garnaat http://garnaat.org/
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"""
Some unit tests for the SQSConnection
"""

import unittest
import time
from boto.sqs.connection import SQSConnection
from boto.sqs.message import MHMessage
from boto.exception import SQSError

class SQSConnectionTest (unittest.TestCase):

    def test_1_basic(self):
        print '--- running SQSConnection tests ---'
        c = SQSConnection()
        rs = c.get_all_queues()
        num_queues = 0
        for q in rs:
            num_queues += 1
    
        # try illegal name
        try:
            queue = c.create_queue('bad_queue_name')
        except SQSError:
            pass
        
        # now create one that should work and should be unique (i.e. a new one)
        queue_name = 'test%d' % int(time.time())
        timeout = 60
        queue = c.create_queue(queue_name, timeout)
        time.sleep(60)
        rs  = c.get_all_queues()
        i = 0
        for q in rs:
            i += 1
        assert i == num_queues+1
        assert queue.count_slow() == 0

        # check the visibility timeout
        t = queue.get_timeout()
        assert t == timeout, '%d != %d' % (t, timeout)

        # now try to get queue attributes
        a = q.get_attributes()
        assert a.has_key('ApproximateNumberOfMessages')
        assert a.has_key('VisibilityTimeout')
        a = q.get_attributes('ApproximateNumberOfMessages')
        assert a.has_key('ApproximateNumberOfMessages')
        assert not a.has_key('VisibilityTimeout')
        a = q.get_attributes('VisibilityTimeout')
        assert not a.has_key('ApproximateNumberOfMessages')
        assert a.has_key('VisibilityTimeout')

        # now change the visibility timeout
        timeout = 45
        queue.set_timeout(timeout)
        time.sleep(60)
        t = queue.get_timeout()
        assert t == timeout, '%d != %d' % (t, timeout)
    
        # now add a message
        message_body = 'This is a test\n'
        message = queue.new_message(message_body)
        queue.write(message)
        time.sleep(60)
        assert queue.count_slow() == 1
        time.sleep(90)

        # now read the message from the queue with a 10 second timeout
        message = queue.read(visibility_timeout=10)
        assert message
        assert message.get_body() == message_body

        # now immediately try another read, shouldn't find anything
        message = queue.read()
        assert message == None

        # now wait 30 seconds and try again
        time.sleep(30)
        message = queue.read()
        assert message

        # now delete the message
        queue.delete_message(message)
        time.sleep(30)
        assert queue.count_slow() == 0

        # create another queue so we can test force deletion
        # we will also test MHMessage with this queue
        queue_name = 'test%d' % int(time.time())
        timeout = 60
        queue = c.create_queue(queue_name, timeout)
        queue.set_message_class(MHMessage)
        time.sleep(30)
        
        # now add a couple of messages
        message = queue.new_message()
        message['foo'] = 'bar'
        queue.write(message)
        message_body = {'fie' : 'baz', 'foo' : 'bar'}
        message = queue.new_message(body=message_body)
        queue.write(message)
        time.sleep(30)

        m = queue.read()
        assert m['foo'] == 'bar'

        # now delete that queue and messages
        c.delete_queue(queue, True)

        print '--- tests completed ---'