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test_PortalFolder.py

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""" Unit tests for PortalFolder module.

$Id: test_PortalFolder.py 40496 2005-12-02 18:03:47Z yuppie $
"""

from unittest import TestCase, TestSuite, makeSuite, main
import Testing
try:
    import Zope2
except ImportError:
    # BBB: for Zope 2.7
    import Zope as Zope2
Zope2.startup()

import cStringIO

from AccessControl import SecurityManager
from AccessControl import Unauthorized
from Acquisition import aq_base
from Acquisition import Implicit
from DateTime import DateTime
from OFS.Application import Application
from OFS.Image import manage_addFile
from OFS.tests.testCopySupport import makeConnection
from Testing.makerequest import makerequest
try:
    import transaction
except ImportError:
    # BBB: for Zope 2.7
    from Products.CMFCore.utils import transaction

from Products.CMFCore.CatalogTool import CatalogTool
from Products.CMFCore.exceptions import BadRequest
from Products.CMFCore.tests.base.dummy import DummyContent
from Products.CMFCore.tests.base.dummy import DummyFactory
from Products.CMFCore.tests.base.dummy import DummySite
from Products.CMFCore.tests.base.dummy import DummyUserFolder
from Products.CMFCore.tests.base.testcase import newSecurityManager
from Products.CMFCore.tests.base.testcase import noSecurityManager
from Products.CMFCore.tests.base.testcase import SecurityTest
from Products.CMFCore.tests.base.tidata import FTIDATA_CMF15
from Products.CMFCore.tests.base.tidata import FTIDATA_DUMMY
from Products.CMFCore.tests.base.utils import has_path
from Products.CMFCore.TypesTool import FactoryTypeInformation as FTI
from Products.CMFCore.TypesTool import TypesTool
from Products.CMFCore.WorkflowTool import WorkflowTool


def extra_meta_types():
    return [{'name': 'Dummy', 'action': 'manage_addFolder',
             'permission': 'View'}]


class PortalFolderFactoryTests( SecurityTest ):

    def setUp( self ):
        from Products.CMFCore.PortalFolder import PortalFolder
        SecurityTest.setUp( self )

        self.root._setObject( 'portal_types', TypesTool() )
        types_tool = self.root.portal_types
        types_tool._setObject( 'Folder'
                             , FTI( id='Folder'
                                  , title='Folder or Directory'
                                  , meta_type=PortalFolder.meta_type
                                  , product='CMFCore'
                                  , factory='manage_addPortalFolder'
                                  , filter_content_types=0
                                  )
                             )
        fti = FTIDATA_DUMMY[0].copy()
        types_tool._setObject( 'Dummy Content', FTI(**fti) )

    def _makeOne( self, id ):
        from Products.CMFCore.PortalFolder import PortalFolder
        return PortalFolder( id ).__of__( self.root )

    def test_invokeFactory( self ):

        f = self._makeOne( 'container' )

        self.failIf( 'foo' in f.objectIds() )

        f.manage_addProduct = { 'FooProduct' : DummyFactory(f) }
        f.invokeFactory( type_name='Dummy Content', id='foo' )

        self.failUnless( 'foo' in f.objectIds() )
        foo = f.foo
        self.assertEqual( foo.getId(), 'foo' )
        self.assertEqual( foo.getPortalTypeName(), 'Dummy Content' )
        self.assertEqual( foo.Type(), 'Dummy Content Title' )

    def test_invokeFactory_disallowed_type( self ):

        f = self._makeOne( 'container' )

        ftype = self.root.portal_types.Folder
        ftype.filter_content_types = 1

        self.assertRaises( ValueError
                         , f.invokeFactory, type_name='Folder', id='sub' )

        ftype.allowed_content_types = ( 'Folder', )
        f.invokeFactory( type_name='Folder', id='sub' )
        self.failUnless( 'sub' in f.objectIds() )

        self.assertRaises( ValueError
                         , f.invokeFactory
                         , type_name='Dummy Content', id='foo' )


class PortalFolderTests(SecurityTest):

    def setUp(self):
        SecurityTest.setUp(self)
        self.site = DummySite('site').__of__(self.root)

    def _makeOne(self, id, *args, **kw):
        from Products.CMFCore.PortalFolder import PortalFolder

        return self.site._setObject( id, PortalFolder(id, *args, **kw) )

    def test_z2interfaces(self):
        from Interface.Verify import verifyClass
        from OFS.IOrderSupport import IOrderedContainer
        from webdav.WriteLockInterface import WriteLockInterface
        from Products.CMFCore.interfaces.Dynamic \
                import DynamicType as IDynamicType
        from Products.CMFCore.interfaces.Folderish \
                import Folderish as IFolderish
        from Products.CMFCore.PortalFolder import PortalFolder

        verifyClass(IDynamicType, PortalFolder)
        verifyClass(IFolderish, PortalFolder)
        verifyClass(IOrderedContainer, PortalFolder)
        verifyClass(WriteLockInterface, PortalFolder)

    def test_z3interfaces(self):
        try:
            from zope.interface.verify import verifyClass
            from Products.CMFCore.interfaces import IDynamicType
            from Products.CMFCore.interfaces import IFolderish
        except ImportError:
            # BBB: for Zope 2.7
            return
        from Products.CMFCore.PortalFolder import PortalFolder

        verifyClass(IDynamicType, PortalFolder)
        verifyClass(IFolderish, PortalFolder)

    def test_contents_methods(self):
        ttool = self.site._setObject( 'portal_types', TypesTool() )
        f = self._makeOne('foo')
        self.assertEqual( f.objectValues(), [] )
        self.assertEqual( f.contentIds(), [] )
        self.assertEqual( f.contentItems(), [] )
        self.assertEqual( f.contentValues(), [] )
        self.assertEqual( f.listFolderContents(), [] )
        self.assertEqual( f.listDAVObjects(), [] )

        f._setObject('sub1', DummyContent('sub1') )
        self.assertEqual( f.objectValues(), [f.sub1] )
        self.assertEqual( f.contentIds(), [] )
        self.assertEqual( f.contentItems(), [] )
        self.assertEqual( f.contentValues(), [] )
        self.assertEqual( f.listFolderContents(), [] )
        self.assertEqual( f.listDAVObjects(), [f.sub1] )

        fti = FTIDATA_DUMMY[0].copy()
        ttool._setObject( 'Dummy Content', FTI(**fti) )
        self.assertEqual( f.objectValues(), [f.sub1] )
        self.assertEqual( f.contentIds(), ['sub1'] )
        self.assertEqual( f.contentItems(), [ ('sub1', f.sub1) ] )
        self.assertEqual( f.contentValues(), [f.sub1] )
        self.assertEqual( f.listFolderContents(), [f.sub1] )
        self.assertEqual( f.listDAVObjects(), [f.sub1] )

        f._setObject('hidden_sub2', DummyContent('hidden_sub2') )
        self.assertEqual( f.objectValues(), [f.sub1, f.hidden_sub2] )
        self.assertEqual( f.contentIds(), ['sub1', 'hidden_sub2'] )
        self.assertEqual( f.contentItems(), [ ('sub1', f.sub1),
                                            ('hidden_sub2', f.hidden_sub2) ] )
        self.assertEqual( f.contentValues(), [f.sub1, f.hidden_sub2] )
        self.assertEqual( f.listFolderContents(), [f.sub1] )
        self.assertEqual( f.listDAVObjects(), [f.sub1, f.hidden_sub2] )

    def test_deletePropagation(self):
        test = self._makeOne('test')
        foo = DummyContent('foo')
        foo.reset()
        self.failIf( foo.after_add_called )
        self.failIf( foo.before_delete_called )

        test._setObject('foo', foo)
        self.failUnless( foo.after_add_called )
        self.failIf( foo.before_delete_called )

        foo.reset()
        test._delObject('foo')
        self.failIf( foo.after_add_called )
        self.failUnless( foo.before_delete_called )

        foo.reset()
        test._setObject('foo', foo)
        test._delOb('foo')    # doesn't propagate
        self.failUnless( foo.after_add_called )
        self.failIf( foo.before_delete_called )

    def test_manageDelObjects(self):
        test = self._makeOne('test')
        foo = DummyContent('foo')

        test._setObject('foo', foo)
        foo.reset()
        test.manage_delObjects( ids=['foo'] )
        self.failIf( foo.after_add_called )
        self.failUnless( foo.before_delete_called )

    def test_catalogUnindexAndIndex(self):
        #
        # Test is a new object does get cataloged upon _setObject
        # and uncataloged upon manage_deleteObjects
        #
        test = self._makeOne('test')
        ttool = self.site._setObject( 'portal_types', TypesTool() )
        ctool = self.site._setObject( 'portal_catalog', CatalogTool() )
        self.assertEqual( len(ctool), 0 )

        test._setObject( 'foo', DummyContent( 'foo' , catalog=1 ) )
        foo = test.foo
        self.failUnless( foo.after_add_called )
        self.failIf( foo.before_delete_called )
        self.assertEqual( len(ctool), 1 )

        foo.reset()
        test._delObject('foo')
        self.failIf( foo.after_add_called )
        self.failUnless( foo.before_delete_called )
        self.assertEqual( len(ctool), 0 )

    def test_portalfolder_cataloging(self):
        #
        # Test to ensure a portal folder itself is *not* cataloged upon
        # instantiation (Tracker issue 309)
        #
        ttool = self.site._setObject( 'portal_types', TypesTool() )
        ctool = self.site._setObject( 'portal_catalog', CatalogTool() )
        wftool = self.site._setObject( 'portal_workflow', WorkflowTool() )
        test = self._makeOne('test')
        wftool.notifyCreated(test)
        self.assertEqual( len(ctool), 0 )


    def test_tracker261(self):

        #
        #   Tracker issue #261 says that content in a deleted folder
        #   is not being uncatalogued.  Try creating a subfolder with
        #   content object, and test.
        #
        from Products.CMFCore.PortalFolder import PortalFolder

        test = self._makeOne('test')
        ttool = self.site._setObject( 'portal_types', TypesTool() )
        ctool = self.site._setObject( 'portal_catalog', CatalogTool() )
        self.assertEqual( len(ctool), 0 )

        test._setObject( 'sub', PortalFolder( 'sub', '' ) )
        sub = test.sub

        sub._setObject( 'foo', DummyContent( 'foo', catalog=1 ) )
        foo = sub.foo

        self.failUnless( foo.after_add_called )
        self.failIf( foo.before_delete_called )
        self.assertEqual( len(ctool), 1 )

        foo.reset()
        test.manage_delObjects( ids=['sub'] )
        self.failIf( foo.after_add_called )
        self.failUnless( foo.before_delete_called )
        self.assertEqual( len(ctool), 0 )

    def test_manageAddFolder(self):
        #
        #   Does MKDIR/MKCOL intercept work?
        #
        from Products.CMFCore.PortalFolder import PortalFolder

        test = self._makeOne('test')

        ttool = self.site._setObject( 'portal_types', TypesTool() )
        ttool._setObject( 'Folder'
                        , FTI( id='Folder'
                             , title='Folder or Directory'
                             , meta_type=PortalFolder.meta_type
                             , product='CMFCore'
                             , factory='manage_addPortalFolder'
                             , filter_content_types=0
                             )
                        )
        ttool._setObject( 'Grabbed'
                        , FTI( 'Grabbed'
                             , title='Grabbed Content'
                             , meta_type=PortalFolder.meta_type
                             , product='CMFCore'
                             , factory='manage_addPortalFolder'
                             )
                        )

        # First, test default behavior
        test.manage_addFolder(id='simple', title='Simple')
        self.assertEqual( test.simple.getPortalTypeName(), 'Folder' )
        self.assertEqual( test.simple.Type(), 'Folder or Directory' )
        self.assertEqual( test.simple.getId(), 'simple' )
        self.assertEqual( test.simple.Title(), 'Simple' )

        # Now, test overridden behavior
        ttool.Folder.setMethodAliases( {'mkdir': 'grabbed'} )

        class Grabbed:

            _grabbed_with = None

            def __init__( self, context ):
                self._context = context

            def __call__( self, id ):
                self._grabbed_with = id
                self._context._setOb( id, PortalFolder( id ) )
                self._context._getOb( id )._setPortalTypeName( 'Grabbed' )

        self.root.grabbed = Grabbed(test)

        test.manage_addFolder(id='indirect', title='Indirect')
        self.assertEqual( test.indirect.getPortalTypeName(), 'Grabbed' )
        self.assertEqual( test.indirect.Type(), 'Grabbed Content' )
        self.assertEqual( test.indirect.getId(), 'indirect' )
        self.assertEqual( test.indirect.Title(), 'Indirect' )

    def test_contentPasteAllowedTypes(self):
        #
        #   _verifyObjectPaste() should honor allowed content types
        #
        ttool = self.site._setObject( 'portal_types', TypesTool() )
        fti = FTIDATA_DUMMY[0].copy()
        ttool._setObject( 'Dummy Content', FTI(**fti) )
        ttool._setObject( 'Folder', FTI(**fti) )
        sub1 = self._makeOne('sub1')
        sub1._setObject( 'dummy', DummyContent( 'dummy' ) )
        sub2 = self._makeOne('sub2')
        sub2.all_meta_types = extra_meta_types()

        # Allow adding of Dummy Content
        ttool.Folder.manage_changeProperties(filter_content_types=False)

        # Copy/paste should work fine
        cookie = sub1.manage_copyObjects( ids = ['dummy'] )
        sub2.manage_pasteObjects( cookie )

        # Disallow adding of Dummy Content
        ttool.Folder.manage_changeProperties(filter_content_types=True)

        # Now copy/paste should raise a ValueError
        cookie = sub1.manage_copyObjects( ids = ( 'dummy', ) )
        self.assertRaises( ValueError, sub2.manage_pasteObjects, cookie )

    def test_setObjectRaisesBadRequest(self):
        #
        #   _setObject() should raise BadRequest on duplicate id
        #
        test = self._makeOne('test')
        test._setObject('foo', DummyContent('foo'))
        self.assertRaises(BadRequest, test._setObject, 'foo',
                                      DummyContent('foo'))

    def test__checkId_Duplicate(self):
        #
        #   _checkId() should raise BadRequest on duplicate id
        #
        test = self._makeOne('test')
        test._setObject('foo', DummyContent('foo'))
        self.assertRaises(BadRequest, test._checkId, 'foo')

    def test__checkId_PortalRoot(self):
        test = self._makeOne('test')
        acl_users = self.site._setObject('acl_users', DummyUserFolder())
        test._checkId('acl_users')
        newSecurityManager(None, acl_users.user_foo)
        self.assertRaises(BadRequest, test._checkId, 'acl_users')

    def test__checkId_MethodAlias(self):
        test = self._makeOne('test')
        test._setPortalTypeName('Dummy Content 15')
        ttool = self.site._setObject('portal_types', TypesTool())
        ttool._setObject('Dummy Content 15', FTI(**FTIDATA_CMF15[0]))
        acl_users = self.site._setObject('acl_users', DummyUserFolder())
        test._checkId('view.html')
        newSecurityManager(None, acl_users.user_foo)
        self.assertRaises(BadRequest, test._checkId, 'view.html')

    def test_checkIdAvailableCatchesBadRequest(self):
        #
        #   checkIdAvailable() should catch BadRequest
        #
        test = self._makeOne('test')
        test._setObject('foo', DummyContent('foo'))
        self.failIf(test.checkIdAvailable('foo'))

    def test__checkId_starting_with_dot(self):
        #
        # doted prefixed names at the root of the portal can be overriden
        #

        # Create a .foo at the root
        self.site._setObject('.foo', DummyContent('.foo'))

        # Create a sub-folder
        sub = self._makeOne('sub')

        # It should be possible to create another .foo object in the
        # sub-folder
        acl_users = self.site._setObject('acl_users', DummyUserFolder())
        newSecurityManager(None, acl_users.user_foo)

        self.assert_(sub.checkIdAvailable('.foo'))

class PortalFolderMoveTests(SecurityTest):

    def setUp(self):
        SecurityTest.setUp(self)
        self.root._setObject( 'site', DummySite('site') )
        self.site = self.root.site

    def _makeOne(self, id, *args, **kw):
        from Products.CMFCore.PortalFolder import PortalFolder

        return self.site._setObject( id, PortalFolder(id, *args, **kw) )

    def test_folderMove(self):
        #
        #   Does the catalog stay synched when folders are moved?
        #
        from Products.CMFCore.PortalFolder import PortalFolder

        ttool = self.site._setObject( 'portal_types', TypesTool() )
        ctool = self.site._setObject( 'portal_catalog', CatalogTool() )
        self.assertEqual( len(ctool), 0 )

        folder = self._makeOne('folder')
        folder._setObject( 'sub', PortalFolder( 'sub', '' ) )
        folder.sub._setObject( 'foo', DummyContent( 'foo', catalog=1 ) )
        self.assertEqual( len(ctool), 1 )
        self.failUnless( 'foo' in ctool.uniqueValuesFor('getId') )
        self.failUnless( has_path(ctool._catalog,
                                  '/bar/site/folder/sub/foo') )

        transaction.commit(1)
        folder.manage_renameObject(id='sub', new_id='new_sub')
        self.assertEqual( len(ctool), 1 )
        self.failUnless( 'foo' in ctool.uniqueValuesFor('getId') )
        self.failUnless( has_path(ctool._catalog,
                                  '/bar/site/folder/new_sub/foo') )

        folder._setObject( 'bar', DummyContent( 'bar', catalog=1 ) )
        self.assertEqual( len(ctool), 2 )
        self.failUnless( 'bar' in ctool.uniqueValuesFor('getId') )
        self.failUnless( has_path(ctool._catalog, '/bar/site/folder/bar') )

        folder._setObject( 'sub2', PortalFolder( 'sub2', '' ) )
        sub2 = folder.sub2
        # Waaa! force sub2 to allow paste of Dummy object.
        sub2.all_meta_types = []
        sub2.all_meta_types.extend( sub2.all_meta_types )
        sub2.all_meta_types.extend( extra_meta_types() )

        transaction.commit(1)
        cookie = folder.manage_cutObjects(ids=['bar'])
        sub2.manage_pasteObjects(cookie)

        self.failUnless( 'foo' in ctool.uniqueValuesFor('getId') )
        self.failUnless( 'bar' in ctool.uniqueValuesFor('getId') )
        self.assertEqual( len(ctool), 2 )
        self.failUnless( has_path(ctool._catalog,
                                  '/bar/site/folder/sub2/bar') )

    def test_contentPaste(self):
        #
        #   Does copy / paste work?
        #
        ctool = self.site._setObject( 'portal_catalog', CatalogTool() )
        ttool = self.site._setObject( 'portal_types', TypesTool() )
        fti = FTIDATA_DUMMY[0].copy()
        ttool._setObject( 'Dummy Content', FTI(**fti) )
        sub1 = self._makeOne('sub1')
        sub2 = self._makeOne('sub2')
        sub3 = self._makeOne('sub3')
        self.assertEqual( len(ctool), 0 )

        sub1._setObject( 'dummy', DummyContent( 'dummy', catalog=1 ) )
        self.failUnless( 'dummy' in sub1.objectIds() )
        self.failUnless( 'dummy' in sub1.contentIds() )
        self.failIf( 'dummy' in sub2.objectIds() )
        self.failIf( 'dummy' in sub2.contentIds() )
        self.failIf( 'dummy' in sub3.objectIds() )
        self.failIf( 'dummy' in sub3.contentIds() )
        self.failUnless( has_path(ctool._catalog, '/bar/site/sub1/dummy') )
        self.failIf( has_path(ctool._catalog, '/bar/site/sub2/dummy') )
        self.failIf( has_path(ctool._catalog, '/bar/site/sub3/dummy') )

        cookie = sub1.manage_copyObjects( ids = ( 'dummy', ) )
        # Waaa! force sub2 to allow paste of Dummy object.
        sub2.all_meta_types = []
        sub2.all_meta_types.extend( sub2.all_meta_types )
        sub2.all_meta_types.extend( extra_meta_types() )
        sub2.manage_pasteObjects( cookie )
        self.failUnless( 'dummy' in sub1.objectIds() )
        self.failUnless( 'dummy' in sub1.contentIds() )
        self.failUnless( 'dummy' in sub2.objectIds() )
        self.failUnless( 'dummy' in sub2.contentIds() )
        self.failIf( 'dummy' in sub3.objectIds() )
        self.failIf( 'dummy' in sub3.contentIds() )
        self.failUnless( has_path(ctool._catalog, '/bar/site/sub1/dummy') )
        self.failUnless( has_path(ctool._catalog, '/bar/site/sub2/dummy') )
        self.failIf( has_path(ctool._catalog, '/bar/site/sub3/dummy') )

        transaction.commit(1)
        cookie = sub1.manage_cutObjects( ids = ('dummy',) )
        # Waaa! force sub2 to allow paste of Dummy object.
        sub3.all_meta_types = []
        sub3.all_meta_types.extend(sub3.all_meta_types)
        sub3.all_meta_types.extend( extra_meta_types() )
        sub3.manage_pasteObjects(cookie)
        self.failIf( 'dummy' in sub1.objectIds() )
        self.failIf( 'dummy' in sub1.contentIds() )
        self.failUnless( 'dummy' in sub2.objectIds() )
        self.failUnless( 'dummy' in sub2.contentIds() )
        self.failUnless( 'dummy' in sub3.objectIds() )
        self.failUnless( 'dummy' in sub3.contentIds() )
        self.failIf( has_path(ctool._catalog, '/bar/site/sub1/dummy') )
        self.failUnless( has_path(ctool._catalog, '/bar/site/sub2/dummy') )
        self.failUnless( has_path(ctool._catalog, '/bar/site/sub3/dummy') )


class ContentFilterTests( TestCase ):

    def setUp( self ):
        self.dummy=DummyContent('Dummy')

    def test_empty( self ):

        from Products.CMFCore.PortalFolder import ContentFilter

        cfilter = ContentFilter()
        dummy = self.dummy
        assert cfilter( dummy )
        desc = str( cfilter )
        lines = filter( None, desc.split('; ') )
        assert not lines

    def test_Type( self ):

        from Products.CMFCore.PortalFolder import ContentFilter

        cfilter = ContentFilter( Type='foo' )
        dummy = self.dummy
        assert not cfilter( dummy )
        cfilter = ContentFilter( Type='Dummy Content Title' )
        assert cfilter( dummy )
        desc = str( cfilter )
        lines = desc.split('; ')
        assert len( lines ) == 1
        assert lines[0] == 'Type: Dummy Content Title'

        cfilter = ContentFilter( Type=( 'foo', 'bar' ) )
        dummy = self.dummy
        assert not cfilter( dummy )
        cfilter = ContentFilter( Type=( 'Dummy Content Title',
                                        'something else' ) )
        assert cfilter( dummy )
        desc = str( cfilter )
        lines = desc.split('; ')
        assert len( lines ) == 1
        assert lines[0] == 'Type: Dummy Content Title, something else'

    def test_portal_type( self ):

        from Products.CMFCore.PortalFolder import ContentFilter

        cfilter = ContentFilter( portal_type='some_pt' )
        dummy = self.dummy
        assert not cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.portal_type = 'asdf'
        assert not cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.portal_type = 'some_ptyyy'
        assert not cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.portal_type = 'xxxsome_ptyyy'
        assert not cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.portal_type = 'some_pt'
        assert cfilter( dummy )
        desc = str( cfilter )
        lines = desc.split('; ')
        assert len( lines ) == 1
        assert lines[0] == 'Portal Type: some_pt'

    def test_Title( self ):

        from Products.CMFCore.PortalFolder import ContentFilter

        cfilter = ContentFilter( Title='foo' )
        dummy = self.dummy
        assert not cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.title = 'asdf'
        assert not cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.title = 'foolish'
        assert cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.title = 'ohsofoolish'
        assert cfilter( dummy )
        desc = str( cfilter )
        lines = desc.split('; ')
        assert len( lines ) == 1
        assert lines[0] == 'Title: foo'

    def test_Creator( self ):

        from Products.CMFCore.PortalFolder import ContentFilter

        cfilter = ContentFilter( Creator='moe' )
        dummy = self.dummy
        self.failIf( cfilter(dummy) )
        dummy.creators = ('curly',)
        self.failIf( cfilter(dummy) )
        dummy.creators = ('moe',)
        self.failUnless( cfilter(dummy) )
        dummy.creators = ('moe', 'curly')
        self.failUnless( cfilter(dummy) )
        desc = str( cfilter )
        lines = desc.split('; ')
        self.assertEqual(len( lines ),1)
        self.assertEqual(lines[0],'Creator: moe')

    def test_Description( self ):

        from Products.CMFCore.PortalFolder import ContentFilter

        cfilter = ContentFilter( Description='funny' )
        dummy = self.dummy
        assert not cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.description = 'sad'
        assert not cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.description = 'funny'
        assert cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.description = 'it is funny you should mention it...'
        assert cfilter( dummy )
        desc = str( cfilter )
        lines = desc.split('; ')
        assert len( lines ) == 1
        assert lines[0] == 'Description: funny'

    def test_Subject( self ):

        from Products.CMFCore.PortalFolder import ContentFilter

        cfilter = ContentFilter( Subject=('foo',) )
        dummy = self.dummy
        assert not cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.subject = ( 'bar', )
        assert not cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.subject = ( 'foo', )
        assert cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.subject = ( 'foo', 'bar', )
        assert cfilter( dummy )
        desc = str( cfilter )
        lines = desc.split('; ')
        assert len( lines ) == 1
        assert lines[0] == 'Subject: foo'

    def test_Subject2( self ):
        # Now test with mutli-valued

        from Products.CMFCore.PortalFolder import ContentFilter

        cfilter = ContentFilter( Subject=('foo', 'bar' ) )
        dummy = self.dummy
        assert not cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.subject = ( 'baz', )
        assert not cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.subject = ( 'bar', )
        assert cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.subject = ( 'foo', )
        assert cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.subject = ( 'foo', 'bar', )
        assert cfilter( dummy )
        desc = str( cfilter )
        lines = desc.split('; ')
        assert len( lines ) == 1
        assert lines[0] == 'Subject: foo, bar'

    def test_created( self ):

        from Products.CMFCore.PortalFolder import ContentFilter

        cfilter = ContentFilter( created=DateTime( '2001/01/01' )
                               , created_usage='range:min' )
        dummy = self.dummy
        assert not cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.created_date = DateTime( '2000/12/31' )
        assert not cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.created_date = DateTime( '2001/12/31' )
        assert cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.created_date = DateTime( '2001/01/01' )
        assert cfilter( dummy )
        desc = str( cfilter )
        lines = desc.split('; ')
        assert len( lines ) == 1
        assert lines[0] == 'Created since: 2001/01/01'

    def test_created2( self ):

        from Products.CMFCore.PortalFolder import ContentFilter

        cfilter = ContentFilter( created=DateTime( '2001/01/01' )
                               , created_usage='range:max' )

        dummy = self.dummy
        assert not cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.created_date = DateTime( '2000/12/31' )
        assert cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.created_date = DateTime( '2001/12/31' )
        assert not cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.created_date = DateTime( '2001/01/01' )
        assert cfilter( dummy )
        desc = str( cfilter )
        lines = desc.split('; ')
        assert len( lines ) == 1
        assert lines[0] == 'Created before: 2001/01/01'

    def test_modified( self ):

        from Products.CMFCore.PortalFolder import ContentFilter

        cfilter = ContentFilter( modified=DateTime( '2001/01/01' )
                               , modified_usage='range:min' )
        dummy = self.dummy
        assert not cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.modified_date = DateTime( '2000/12/31' )
        assert not cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.modified_date = DateTime( '2001/12/31' )
        assert cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.modified_date = DateTime( '2001/01/01' )
        assert cfilter( dummy )
        desc = str( cfilter )
        lines = desc.split('; ')
        assert len( lines ) == 1
        assert lines[0] == 'Modified since: 2001/01/01'

    def test_modified2( self ):

        from Products.CMFCore.PortalFolder import ContentFilter

        cfilter = ContentFilter( modified=DateTime( '2001/01/01' )
                               , modified_usage='range:max' )
        dummy = self.dummy
        assert not cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.modified_date = DateTime( '2000/12/31' )
        assert cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.modified_date = DateTime( '2001/12/31' )
        assert not cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.modified_date = DateTime( '2001/01/01' )
        assert cfilter( dummy )
        desc = str( cfilter )
        lines = desc.split('; ')
        assert len( lines ) == 1
        assert lines[0] == 'Modified before: 2001/01/01'

    def test_mixed( self ):

        from Products.CMFCore.PortalFolder import ContentFilter

        cfilter = ContentFilter( created=DateTime( '2001/01/01' )
                               , created_usage='range:max'
                               , Title='foo'
                               )

        dummy = self.dummy
        assert not cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.created_date = DateTime( '2000/12/31' )
        assert not cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.created_date = DateTime( '2001/12/31' )
        assert not cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.created_date = DateTime( '2001/01/01' )
        assert not cfilter( dummy )

        dummy.title = 'ohsofoolish'
        del dummy.created_date
        assert not cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.created_date = DateTime( '2000/12/31' )
        assert cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.created_date = DateTime( '2001/12/31' )
        assert not cfilter( dummy )
        dummy.created_date = DateTime( '2001/01/01' )
        assert cfilter( dummy )

        desc = str( cfilter )
        lines = desc.split('; ')
        assert len( lines ) == 2, lines
        assert 'Created before: 2001/01/01' in lines
        assert 'Title: foo' in lines


#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
#   Tests for security-related CopySupport lifted from the Zope 2.7
#   / head OFS.tests.testCopySupport (see Collector #259).
#------------------------------------------------------------------------------
ADD_IMAGES_AND_FILES = 'Add images and files'
FILE_META_TYPES = ( { 'name'        : 'File'
                    , 'action'      : 'manage_addFile'
                    , 'permission'  : ADD_IMAGES_AND_FILES
                    }
                  ,
                  )
class _SensitiveSecurityPolicy:

    def __init__( self, validate_lambda, checkPermission_lambda ):
        self._lambdas = ( validate_lambda, checkPermission_lambda )

    def validate( self, *args, **kw ):
        if self._lambdas[ 0 ]( *args, **kw ):
            return True
        raise Unauthorized

    def checkPermission( self, *args, **kw ) :
        return self._lambdas[ 1 ]( *args, **kw )

class _AllowedUser( Implicit ):

    def __init__( self, allowed_lambda ):
        self._lambdas = ( allowed_lambda, )

    def getId( self ):
        return 'unit_tester'

    getUserName = getId

    def allowed( self, object, object_roles=None ):
        return self._lambdas[ 0 ]( object, object_roles )

class PortalFolderCopySupportTests( TestCase ):

    _old_policy = None

    def setUp( self ):
        self._scrubSecurity()

    def tearDown( self ):

        self._scrubSecurity()
        self._cleanApp()

    def _initFolders( self ):
        from Products.CMFCore.PortalFolder import PortalFolder

        self.connection = makeConnection()
        try:
            r = self.connection.root()
            a = Application()
            r['Application'] = a
            self.root = a
            responseOut = self.responseOut = cStringIO.StringIO()
            self.app = makerequest( self.root, stdout=responseOut )
            self.app._setObject( 'folder1', PortalFolder( 'folder1' ) )
            self.app._setObject( 'folder2', PortalFolder( 'folder2' ) )
            folder1 = getattr( self.app, 'folder1' )
            folder2 = getattr( self.app, 'folder2' )

            manage_addFile( folder1, 'file'
                          , file='', content_type='text/plain')

            # Hack, we need a _p_mtime for the file, so we make sure that it
            # has one. We use a subtransaction, which means we can rollback
            # later and pretend we didn't touch the ZODB.
            transaction.commit(1)
        except:
            self.connection.close()
            raise

        return self.app._getOb( 'folder1' ), self.app._getOb( 'folder2' )

    def _cleanApp( self ):

        transaction.abort()
        self.connection.close()
        del self.app
        del self.responseOut
        del self.root
        del self.connection

    def _scrubSecurity( self ):

        noSecurityManager()

        if self._old_policy is not None:
            SecurityManager.setSecurityPolicy( self._old_policy )

    def _assertCopyErrorUnauth( self, callable, *args, **kw ):

        import re
        from zExceptions import Unauthorized
        from OFS.CopySupport import CopyError

        ce_regex = kw.get( 'ce_regex' )
        if ce_regex is not None:
            del kw[ 'ce_regex' ]

        try:
            callable( *args, **kw )

        except CopyError, e:

            if ce_regex is not None:

                pattern = re.compile( ce_regex, re.DOTALL )
                if pattern.search( e ) is None:
                    self.fail( "Paste failed; didn't match pattern:\n%s" % e )

            else:
                self.fail( "Paste failed; no pattern:\n%s" % e )

        except Unauthorized, e:
            pass

        else:
            self.fail( "Paste allowed unexpectedly." )

    def _initPolicyAndUser( self
                          , a_lambda=None
                          , v_lambda=None
                          , c_lambda=None
                          ):
        def _promiscuous( *args, **kw ):
            return 1

        if a_lambda is None:
            a_lambda = _promiscuous

        if v_lambda is None:
            v_lambda = _promiscuous

        if c_lambda is None:
            c_lambda = _promiscuous

        scp = _SensitiveSecurityPolicy( v_lambda, c_lambda )
        self._old_policy = SecurityManager.setSecurityPolicy( scp )

        newSecurityManager( None
                          , _AllowedUser( a_lambda ).__of__( self.root ) )

    def test_copy_baseline( self ):

        folder1, folder2 = self._initFolders()
        folder2.all_meta_types = FILE_META_TYPES

        self._initPolicyAndUser()

        self.failUnless( 'file' in folder1.objectIds() )
        self.failIf( 'file' in folder2.objectIds() )

        cookie = folder1.manage_copyObjects( ids=( 'file', ) )
        folder2.manage_pasteObjects( cookie )

        self.failUnless( 'file' in folder1.objectIds() )
        self.failUnless( 'file' in folder2.objectIds() )

    def test_copy_cant_read_source( self ):

        folder1, folder2 = self._initFolders()
        folder2.all_meta_types = FILE_META_TYPES

        a_file = folder1._getOb( 'file' )

        def _validate( a, c, n, v, *args, **kw ):
            return aq_base( v ) is not aq_base( a_file )

        self._initPolicyAndUser( v_lambda=_validate )

        cookie = folder1.manage_copyObjects( ids=( 'file', ) )
        self._assertCopyErrorUnauth( folder2.manage_pasteObjects
                                   , cookie
                                   , ce_regex='Insufficient privileges'
                                   )

    def test_copy_cant_create_target_metatype_not_supported( self ):

        from OFS.CopySupport import CopyError

        folder1, folder2 = self._initFolders()
        folder2.all_meta_types = ()

        self._initPolicyAndUser()

        cookie = folder1.manage_copyObjects( ids=( 'file', ) )
        self._assertCopyErrorUnauth( folder2.manage_pasteObjects
                                   , cookie
                                   , ce_regex='Not Supported'
                                   )

    def test_move_baseline( self ):

        folder1, folder2 = self._initFolders()
        folder2.all_meta_types = FILE_META_TYPES

        self.failUnless( 'file' in folder1.objectIds() )
        self.failIf( 'file' in folder2.objectIds() )

        self._initPolicyAndUser()

        cookie = folder1.manage_cutObjects( ids=( 'file', ) )
        folder2.manage_pasteObjects( cookie )

        self.failIf( 'file' in folder1.objectIds() )
        self.failUnless( 'file' in folder2.objectIds() )

    def test_move_cant_read_source( self ):

        from OFS.CopySupport import CopyError

        folder1, folder2 = self._initFolders()
        folder2.all_meta_types = FILE_META_TYPES

        a_file = folder1._getOb( 'file' )

        def _validate( a, c, n, v, *args, **kw ):
            return aq_base( v ) is not aq_base( a_file )

        self._initPolicyAndUser( v_lambda=_validate )

        cookie = folder1.manage_cutObjects( ids=( 'file', ) )
        self._assertCopyErrorUnauth( folder2.manage_pasteObjects
                                   , cookie
                                   , ce_regex='Insufficient privileges'
                                   )

    def test_move_cant_create_target_metatype_not_supported( self ):

        from OFS.CopySupport import CopyError

        folder1, folder2 = self._initFolders()
        folder2.all_meta_types = ()

        self._initPolicyAndUser()

        cookie = folder1.manage_cutObjects( ids=( 'file', ) )
        self._assertCopyErrorUnauth( folder2.manage_pasteObjects
                                   , cookie
                                   , ce_regex='Not Supported'
                                   )

    def test_move_cant_create_target_metatype_not_allowed( self ):

        #
        #   This test can't succeed on Zope's earlier than 2.7.3 because
        #   of the DWIM'y behavior of 'guarded_getattr', which tries to
        #   filter acquired-but-inaccessible objects, rather than raising
        #   Unauthorized.
        #
        #   If you are running with such a Zope, this test will error out
        #   with an AttributeError (instead of the expected Unauthorized).
        #
        from OFS.CopySupport import CopyError

        folder1, folder2 = self._initFolders()
        folder2.all_meta_types = FILE_META_TYPES

        def _no_manage_addFile( a, c, n, v, *args, **kw ):
            return n != 'manage_addFile'

        def _no_add_images_and_files(permission, object, context):
            return permission != ADD_IMAGES_AND_FILES

        self._initPolicyAndUser( v_lambda=_no_manage_addFile,
                                 c_lambda=_no_add_images_and_files )

        cookie = folder1.manage_cutObjects( ids=( 'file', ) )
        self._assertCopyErrorUnauth( folder2.manage_pasteObjects
                                   , cookie
                                   , ce_regex='Insufficient Privileges'
                                             + '.*%s' % ADD_IMAGES_AND_FILES
                                   )

    def test_move_cant_delete_source( self ):

        #
        #   This test fails on Zope's earlier than 2.7.3 because of the
        #   changes required to 'OFS.CopytSupport.manage_pasteObjects'
        #   which must pass 'validate_src' of 2 to '_verifyObjectPaste'
        #   to indicate that the object is being moved, rather than
        #   simply copied.
        #
        #   If you are running with such a Zope, this test will fail,
        #   because the move (which should raise Unauthorized) will be
        #   allowed.
        #
        from AccessControl.Permissions import delete_objects as DeleteObjects
        from OFS.CopySupport import CopyError
        from Products.CMFCore.PortalFolder import PortalFolder
        from Products.CMFCore.permissions import AddPortalFolders

        folder1, folder2 = self._initFolders()
        folder1.manage_permission( DeleteObjects, roles=(), acquire=0 )

        folder1._setObject( 'sub', PortalFolder( 'sub' ) )
        transaction.commit(1) # get a _p_jar for 'sub'

        FOLDER_CTOR = 'manage_addProducts/CMFCore/manage_addPortalFolder'
        folder2.all_meta_types = ( { 'name'        : 'CMF Core Content'
                                   , 'action'      : FOLDER_CTOR
                                   , 'permission'  : AddPortalFolders
                                   }
                                 ,
                                 )

        self.app.portal_types = DummyTypesTool()

        def _no_delete_objects(permission, object, context):
            return permission != DeleteObjects

        self._initPolicyAndUser( c_lambda=_no_delete_objects )

        cookie = folder1.manage_cutObjects( ids=( 'sub', ) )
        self._assertCopyErrorUnauth( folder2.manage_pasteObjects
                                   , cookie
                                   , ce_regex='Insufficient Privileges'
                                             + '.*%s' % DeleteObjects
                                   )

    def test_paste_with_restricted_item_content_type_not_allowed(self):

        #   Test from CMF Collector #216 (Plone #2186), for the case
        #   in which the item being pasted does not allow adding such
        #   objects to containers which do not explicitly grant access.
        from Products.CMFCore.PortalFolder import PortalFolder

        RESTRICTED_TYPE = 'Restricted Item'
        UNRESTRICTED_TYPE = 'Unrestricted Container'

        folder1, folder2 = self._initFolders()
        folder1.portal_type = UNRESTRICTED_TYPE
        folder2.portal_type = RESTRICTED_TYPE

        self._initPolicyAndUser() # ensure that sec. machinery allows paste

        self.app._setObject( 'portal_types', TypesTool() )
        types_tool = self.app.portal_types
        types_tool._setObject( RESTRICTED_TYPE
                             , FTI( id=RESTRICTED_TYPE
                                  , title=RESTRICTED_TYPE
                                  , meta_type=PortalFolder.meta_type
                                  , product='CMFCore'
                                  , factory='manage_addPortalFolder'
                                  , global_allow=0
                                  )
                             )
        types_tool._setObject( UNRESTRICTED_TYPE
                             , FTI( id=UNRESTRICTED_TYPE
                                  , title=UNRESTRICTED_TYPE
                                  , meta_type=PortalFolder.meta_type
                                  , product='CMFCore'
                                  , factory='manage_addPortalFolder'
                                  , filter_content_types=0
                                  )
                             )

        # copy and pasting the object into the folder should raise
        # an exception
        copy_cookie = self.app.manage_copyObjects( ids=[ 'folder2' ] )
        self.assertRaises( ValueError
                         , folder1.manage_pasteObjects
                         , copy_cookie
                         )

    def test_paste_with_restricted_item_content_type_allowed(self):

        #   Test from CMF Collector #216 (Plone #2186), for the case
        #   in which the item being pasted *does8 allow adding such
        #   objects to containers which *do* explicitly grant access.
        from Products.CMFCore.PortalFolder import PortalFolder

        RESTRICTED_TYPE = 'Restricted Item'
        UNRESTRICTED_TYPE = 'Unrestricted Container'

        folder1, folder2 = self._initFolders()
        folder1.portal_type = UNRESTRICTED_TYPE
        folder2.portal_type = RESTRICTED_TYPE

        self._initPolicyAndUser() # ensure that sec. machinery allows paste

        self.app._setObject( 'portal_types', TypesTool() )
        types_tool = self.app.portal_types
        types_tool._setObject( RESTRICTED_TYPE
                             , FTI( id=RESTRICTED_TYPE
                                  , title=RESTRICTED_TYPE
                                  , meta_type=PortalFolder.meta_type
                                  , product='CMFCore'
                                  , factory='manage_addPortalFolder'
                                  , global_allow=0
                                  )
                             )
        types_tool._setObject( UNRESTRICTED_TYPE
                             , FTI( id=UNRESTRICTED_TYPE
                                  , title=UNRESTRICTED_TYPE
                                  , meta_type=PortalFolder.meta_type
                                  , product='CMFCore'
                                  , factory='manage_addPortalFolder'
                                  , filter_content_types=1
                                  , allowed_content_types=[ RESTRICTED_TYPE ]
                                  )
                             )

        # copy and pasting the object into the folder should *not* raise
        # an exception, because the folder's type allows it.
        copy_cookie = self.app.manage_copyObjects( ids=[ 'folder2' ] )
        folder1.manage_pasteObjects( copy_cookie )
        self.failUnless( 'folder2' in folder1.objectIds() )

    def test_paste_with_restricted_container_content_type(self):

        #   Test from CMF Collector #216 (Plone #2186), for the case
        #   in which the container does not allow adding items of the
        #   type being pasted.
        from Products.CMFCore.PortalFolder import PortalFolder

        RESTRICTED_TYPE = 'Restricted Container'
        UNRESTRICTED_TYPE = 'Unrestricted Item'

        folder1, folder2 = self._initFolders()
        folder1.portal_type = RESTRICTED_TYPE
        folder2.portal_type = UNRESTRICTED_TYPE

        self._initPolicyAndUser() # ensure that sec. machinery allows paste

        self.app._setObject( 'portal_types', TypesTool() )
        types_tool = self.app.portal_types
        types_tool._setObject( RESTRICTED_TYPE
                             , FTI( id=RESTRICTED_TYPE
                                  , title=RESTRICTED_TYPE
                                  , meta_type=PortalFolder.meta_type
                                  , product='CMFCore'
                                  , factory='manage_addPortalFolder'
                                  , filter_content_types=1
                                  , allowed_content_types=()
                                  )
                             )
        types_tool._setObject( UNRESTRICTED_TYPE
                             , FTI( id=UNRESTRICTED_TYPE
                                  , title=UNRESTRICTED_TYPE
                                  , meta_type=PortalFolder.meta_type
                                  , product='CMFCore'
                                  , factory='manage_addPortalFolder'
                                  , global_allow=1
                                  )
                             )

        # copy and pasting the object into the folder should raise
        # an exception
        copy_cookie = self.app.manage_copyObjects( ids=[ 'folder2' ] )
        self.assertRaises( ValueError
                         , folder1.manage_pasteObjects
                         , copy_cookie
                         )

class DummyTypeInfo:

    def allowType( self, portal_type ):
        return True

class DummyTypesTool( Implicit ):

    def getTypeInfo( self, portal_type ):

        return DummyTypeInfo()


def test_suite():
    return TestSuite((
        makeSuite( PortalFolderFactoryTests ),
        makeSuite( PortalFolderTests ),
        makeSuite( PortalFolderMoveTests ),
        makeSuite( ContentFilterTests ),
        makeSuite( PortalFolderCopySupportTests ),
        ))

if __name__ == '__main__':
    main(defaultTest='test_suite')

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