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Commons Digester example source code file (RulesBaseTestCase.java)

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The Commons Digester RulesBaseTestCase.java source code

/* $Id: RulesBaseTestCase.java 992060 2010-09-02 19:09:47Z simonetripodi $
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package org.apache.commons.digester;


import static org.junit.Assert.assertEquals;

import java.util.Iterator;
import java.util.List;

import org.junit.After;
import org.junit.Before;
import org.junit.Test;


/**
 * <p>Test Case for the RulesBase matching rules.
 * Most of this material was original contained in the digester test case
 * but was moved into this class so that extensions of the basic matching rules
 * behaviour can extend this test case.
 * </p>
 *
 * @author Craig R. McClanahan
 * @version $Revision: 992060 $ $Date: 2010-09-02 21:09:47 +0200 (Thu, 02 Sep 2010) $
 */

public class RulesBaseTestCase {


    // ----------------------------------------------------- Instance Variables


    /**
     * The digester instance we will be processing.
     */
    protected Digester digester = null;


    // -------------------------------------------------- Overall Test Methods


    /**
     * Set up instance variables required by this test case.
     */
    @Before
    public void setUp() {

        digester = new Digester();
        digester.setRules(createMatchingRulesForTest());

    }

    /**
     * <p> This should be overriden by subclasses.
     *
     * @return the matching rules to be tested.
     */
    protected Rules createMatchingRulesForTest() {
        return new RulesBase();
    }


    /**
     * Tear down instance variables required by this test case.
     */
    @After
    public void tearDown() {

        digester = null;

    }



    // ------------------------------------------------ Individual Test Methods

    /**
     * Basic test for rule creation and matching.
     */
    @Test
    public void testRules() {

        // clear any existing rules
        digester.getRules().clear();

        // perform tests

        assertEquals("Initial rules list is empty",
                0, digester.getRules().match("a").size());
        digester.addSetProperties("a");
        assertEquals("Add a matching rule",
                1, digester.getRules().match(null, "a").size());
        digester.addSetProperties("b");
        assertEquals("Add a non-matching rule",
                1, digester.getRules().match(null, "a").size());
        digester.addSetProperties("a/b");
        assertEquals("Add a non-matching nested rule",
                1, digester.getRules().match(null, "a").size());
        digester.addSetProperties("a/b");
        assertEquals("Add a second matching rule",
                2, digester.getRules().match(null, "a/b").size());

        // clean up
        digester.getRules().clear();

    }

    /**
     * <p>Test matching rules in {@link RulesBase}.

* * <p>Tests:

* <ul> * <li>exact match * <li>tail match * <li>longest pattern rule * </ul> */ @Test public void testRulesBase() { // clear any existing rules digester.getRules().clear(); assertEquals("Initial rules list is empty", 0, digester.getRules().rules().size()); // We're going to set up digester.addRule("a/b/c/d", new TestRule("a/b/c/d")); digester.addRule("*/d", new TestRule("*/d")); digester.addRule("*/c/d", new TestRule("*/c/d")); // Test exact match assertEquals("Exact match takes precedence 1", 1, digester.getRules().match(null, "a/b/c/d").size()); assertEquals("Exact match takes precedence 2", "a/b/c/d", ((TestRule) digester.getRules().match(null, "a/b/c/d").iterator().next()).getIdentifier()); // Test wildcard tail matching assertEquals("Wildcard tail matching rule 1", 1, digester.getRules().match(null, "a/b/d").size()); assertEquals("Wildcard tail matching rule 2", "*/d", ((TestRule) digester.getRules().match(null, "a/b/d").iterator().next()).getIdentifier()); // Test the longest matching pattern rule assertEquals("Longest tail rule 1", 1, digester.getRules().match(null, "x/c/d").size()); assertEquals("Longest tail rule 2", "*/c/d", ((TestRule) digester.getRules().match(null, "x/c/d").iterator().next()).getIdentifier()); // Test wildcard tail matching at the top level, // i.e. the wildcard is nothing digester.addRule("*/a", new TestRule("*/a")); assertEquals("Wildcard tail matching rule 3", 1, digester.getRules().match(null,"a").size()); assertEquals("Wildcard tail matching rule 3 (match too much)", 0, digester.getRules().match(null,"aa").size()); // clean up digester.getRules().clear(); } /** * Test basic matchings involving namespaces. */ @Test public void testBasicNamespaceMatching() { List<Rule> list = null; Iterator<Rule> it = null; // clear any existing rules digester.getRules().clear(); assertEquals("Initial rules list is empty", 0, digester.getRules().rules().size()); // Set up rules digester.addRule("alpha/beta/gamma", new TestRule("No-Namespace")); digester.addRule("alpha/beta/gamma", new TestRule("Euclidean-Namespace", "euclidean")); list = digester.getRules().rules(); // test that matching null namespace brings back namespace and non-namespace rules list = digester.getRules().match(null, "alpha/beta/gamma"); assertEquals("Null namespace match (A)", 2, list.size()); it = list.iterator(); assertEquals("Null namespace match (B)", "No-Namespace", ((TestRule) it.next()).getIdentifier()); assertEquals("Null namespace match (C)", "Euclidean-Namespace", ((TestRule) it.next()).getIdentifier()); // test that matching euclid namespace brings back namespace and non-namespace rules list = digester.getRules().match("euclidean", "alpha/beta/gamma"); assertEquals("Matching namespace match (A)", 2, list.size()); it = list.iterator(); assertEquals("Matching namespace match (B)", "No-Namespace", ((TestRule) it.next()).getIdentifier()); assertEquals("Matching namespace match (C)", "Euclidean-Namespace", ((TestRule) it.next()).getIdentifier()); // test that matching another namespace brings back only non-namespace rule list = digester.getRules().match("hyperbolic", "alpha/beta/gamma"); assertEquals("Non matching namespace match (A)", 1, list.size()); it = list.iterator(); assertEquals("Non matching namespace match (B)", "No-Namespace", ((TestRule) it.next()).getIdentifier()); // clean up digester.getRules().clear(); } /** * Rules must always be returned in the correct order. */ @Test public void testOrdering() { // clear any existing rules digester.getRules().clear(); assertEquals("Initial rules list is empty", 0, digester.getRules().rules().size()); // Set up rules digester.addRule("alpha/beta/gamma", new TestRule("one")); digester.addRule("alpha/beta/gamma", new TestRule("two")); digester.addRule("alpha/beta/gamma", new TestRule("three")); // test that rules are returned in set order List<Rule> list = digester.getRules().match(null, "alpha/beta/gamma"); assertEquals("Testing ordering mismatch (A)", 3, list.size()); Iterator<Rule> it = list.iterator(); assertEquals("Testing ordering mismatch (B)", "one", ((TestRule) it.next()).getIdentifier()); assertEquals("Testing ordering mismatch (C)", "two", ((TestRule) it.next()).getIdentifier()); assertEquals("Testing ordering mismatch (D)", "three", ((TestRule) it.next()).getIdentifier()); // clean up digester.getRules().clear(); } /** Tests the behaviour when a rule is added with a trailing slash*/ @Test public void testTrailingSlash() { // clear any existing rules digester.getRules().clear(); assertEquals("Initial rules list is empty", 0, digester.getRules().rules().size()); // Set up rules digester.addRule("alpha/beta/gamma/", new TestRule("one")); digester.addRule("alpha/beta/", new TestRule("two")); digester.addRule("beta/gamma/alpha", new TestRule("three")); // test that rules are returned in set order List<Rule> list = digester.getRules().match(null, "alpha/beta/gamma"); assertEquals("Testing number of matches", 1, list.size()); Iterator<Rule> it = list.iterator(); assertEquals("Testing ordering (A)", "one", ((TestRule) it.next()).getIdentifier()); // clean up digester.getRules().clear(); } }

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