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Commit 514c33b4 authored by Matija Čupić's avatar Matija Čupić
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Extract Variables controllers specs to shared_examples

parent 1054739f2c41
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get :show, group_id: group, format: :json
end
it 'renders the ci_group_variable as json' do
subject
expect(response).to match_response_schema('variables')
end
include_examples 'GET #show lists all variables'
end
describe 'POST #update' do
describe 'PATCH #update' do
let!(:variable) { create(:ci_group_variable, group: group) }
let(:owner) { group }
subject do
patch :update,
......@@ -33,89 +30,6 @@
format: :json
end
let(:variable_attributes) do
{ id: variable.id,
key: variable.key,
value: variable.value,
protected: variable.protected?.to_s }
end
let(:new_variable_attributes) do
{ key: 'new_key',
value: 'dummy_value',
protected: 'false' }
end
context 'with invalid new variable parameters' do
let(:variables_attributes) do
[
variable_attributes.merge(value: 'other_value'),
new_variable_attributes.merge(key: '...?')
]
end
it 'does not update the existing variable' do
expect { subject }.not_to change { variable.reload.value }
end
it 'does not create the new variable' do
expect { subject }.not_to change { group.variables.count }
end
it 'returns a bad request response' do
subject
expect(response).to have_gitlab_http_status(:bad_request)
end
end
context 'with valid new variable parameters' do
let(:variables_attributes) do
[
variable_attributes.merge(value: 'other_value'),
new_variable_attributes
]
end
it 'updates the existing variable' do
expect { subject }.to change { variable.reload.value }.to('other_value')
end
it 'creates the new variable' do
expect { subject }.to change { group.variables.count }.by(1)
end
it 'returns a successful response' do
subject
expect(response).to have_gitlab_http_status(:ok)
end
it 'has all variables in response' do
subject
expect(response).to match_response_schema('variables')
end
end
context 'with a deleted variable' do
let(:variables_attributes) { [variable_attributes.merge(_destroy: 'true')] }
it 'destroys the variable' do
expect { subject }.to change { group.variables.count }.by(-1)
expect { variable.reload }.to raise_error ActiveRecord::RecordNotFound
end
it 'returns a successful response' do
subject
expect(response).to have_gitlab_http_status(:ok)
end
it 'has all variables in response' do
subject
expect(response).to match_response_schema('variables')
end
end
include_examples 'PATCH #update updates variables'
end
end
......@@ -10,120 +10,27 @@
end
describe 'GET #show' do
let(:variable) { create(:ci_variable) }
before do
project.variables << variable
end
let!(:variable) { create(:ci_variable, project: project) }
subject do
get :show, namespace_id: project.namespace.to_param, project_id: project, format: :json
end
it 'renders the ci_variable as json' do
subject
expect(response).to match_response_schema('variables')
end
include_examples 'GET #show lists all variables'
end
describe 'POST #update' do
let(:variable) { create(:ci_variable) }
describe 'PATCH #update' do
let!(:variable) { create(:ci_variable, project: project) }
let(:owner) { project }
subject do
patch :update,
namespace_id: project.namespace.to_param, project_id: project,
namespace_id: project.namespace.to_param,
project_id: project,
variables_attributes: variables_attributes,
format: :json
end
let(:variable_attributes) do
{ id: variable.id,
key: variable.key,
value: variable.value,
protected: variable.protected?.to_s }
end
let(:new_variable_attributes) do
{ key: 'new_key',
value: 'dummy_value',
protected: 'false' }
end
before do
project.variables << variable
end
context 'with invalid new variable parameters' do
let(:variables_attributes) do
[
variable_attributes.merge(value: 'other_value'),
new_variable_attributes.merge(key: '...?')
]
end
it 'does not update the existing variable' do
expect { subject }.not_to change { variable.reload.value }
end
it 'does not create the new variable' do
expect { subject }.not_to change { project.variables.count }
end
it 'returns a bad request response' do
subject
expect(response).to have_gitlab_http_status(:bad_request)
end
end
context 'with valid new variable parameters' do
let(:variables_attributes) do
[
variable_attributes.merge(value: 'other_value'),
new_variable_attributes
]
end
it 'updates the existing variable' do
expect { subject }.to change { variable.reload.value }.to('other_value')
end
it 'creates the new variable' do
expect { subject }.to change { project.variables.count }.by(1)
end
it 'returns a successful response' do
subject
expect(response).to have_gitlab_http_status(:ok)
end
it 'has all variables in response' do
subject
expect(response).to match_response_schema('variables')
end
end
context 'with a deleted variable' do
let(:variables_attributes) { [variable_attributes.merge(_destroy: 'true')] }
it 'destroys the variable' do
expect { subject }.to change { project.variables.count }.by(-1)
expect { variable.reload }.to raise_error ActiveRecord::RecordNotFound
end
it 'returns a successful response' do
subject
expect(response).to have_gitlab_http_status(:ok)
end
it 'has all variables in response' do
subject
expect(response).to match_response_schema('variables')
end
end
include_examples 'PATCH #update updates variables'
end
end
shared_examples 'GET #show lists all variables' do
it 'renders the variables as json' do
subject
expect(response).to match_response_schema('variables')
end
it 'has only one variable' do
subject
expect(json_response['variables'].count).to eq(1)
end
end
shared_examples 'PATCH #update updates variables' do
let(:variable_attributes) do
{ id: variable.id,
key: variable.key,
value: variable.value,
protected: variable.protected?.to_s }
end
let(:new_variable_attributes) do
{ key: 'new_key',
value: 'dummy_value',
protected: 'false' }
end
context 'with invalid new variable parameters' do
let(:variables_attributes) do
[
variable_attributes.merge(value: 'other_value'),
new_variable_attributes.merge(key: '...?')
]
end
it 'does not update the existing variable' do
expect { subject }.not_to change { variable.reload.value }
end
it 'does not create the new variable' do
expect { subject }.not_to change { owner.variables.count }
end
it 'returns a bad request response' do
subject
expect(response).to have_gitlab_http_status(:bad_request)
end
end
context 'with valid new variable parameters' do
let(:variables_attributes) do
[
variable_attributes.merge(value: 'other_value'),
new_variable_attributes
]
end
it 'updates the existing variable' do
expect { subject }.to change { variable.reload.value }.to('other_value')
end
it 'creates the new variable' do
expect { subject }.to change { owner.variables.count }.by(1)
end
it 'returns a successful response' do
subject
expect(response).to have_gitlab_http_status(:ok)
end
it 'has all variables in response' do
subject
expect(response).to match_response_schema('variables')
end
end
context 'with a deleted variable' do
let(:variables_attributes) { [variable_attributes.merge(_destroy: 'true')] }
it 'destroys the variable' do
expect { subject }.to change { owner.variables.count }.by(-1)
expect { variable.reload }.to raise_error ActiveRecord::RecordNotFound
end
it 'returns a successful response' do
subject
expect(response).to have_gitlab_http_status(:ok)
end
it 'has all variables in response' do
subject
expect(response).to match_response_schema('variables')
end
end
end
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