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 * @file
 * An example of SimpleTest tests to accompany the tutorial at
 * http://drupal.org/node/395012.

 * Tests the SimpleTest Example module's content type.
class SimpleTestExampleTestCase extends DrupalWebTestCase {

   * User with rights to post SimpleTest Example content.
  protected $privileged_user;

   * getInfo() returns properties that are displayed in the test selection form.
  public static function getInfo() {
    return array(
      'name' => 'SimpleTest Example',
      'description' => 'Ensure that the simpletest_example content type provided functions properly.',
      'group' => 'Examples',

   * setUp() performs any pre-requisite tasks that need to happen. 
  public function setUp() {
    // Enable any modules required for the test.

    // Create and log in our privileged user.
    $this->privileged_user = $this->drupalCreateUser( array('create simpletest_example', 'edit own simpletest_example'));

   * Create a simpletest_example node using the node form.
  public function testSimpleTestExampleCreate() {
    // Create node to edit.
    $edit = array();
    $edit['title'] = $this->randomName(8);
    $edit['body'] = $this->randomName(16);
    $this->drupalPost('node/add/simpletest-example', $edit, t('Save'));
    $this->assertText(t('simpletest_example page @title has been created.', array('@title' => $edit['title'])));

   * Create a simpletest_example node and then see if our user can edit it. 
  public function testSimpleTestExampleEdit() {
    $settings = array(
      'type' => 'simpletest_example',
      'title' => $this->randomName(32),
      'body' => $this->randomName(64),
    $node = $this->drupalCreateNode($settings);

    // For debugging, we might output the node structure with $this->verbose().
    // It would only be output if the testing settings had 'verbose' set.
    $this->verbose('Node created: ' . var_export($node, TRUE));

    if (!$this->runningOnTestbot()) {

      // Make sure we don't get a 401 unauthorized response when editing.
      $this->assertResponse(200, t('User is allowed to edit the content.'));      
      // Looking for title text in the page to determine whether we were
      // successful opening edit form.
      $this->assertText(t("@title", array('@title' => $settings['title'])), "Found title in edit form");

   * Detect if we're running on Drupal.org's automated testbot.
   * This is used inside the edit test so that the testbot skips intentionally
   * failing tests. Otherwise, it would mark this module as broken.
   * For more information on the testbot, see http://qa.drupal.org/.
   * @return boolean
   *   TRUE if running on testbot.
  public function runningOnTestbot() {
    $testbot_code_directory = "../checkout";
    return file_exists($testbot_code_directory);

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