1 field_permission_example.test protected GenericFieldTest::formCreateField($manage_path, $field_type, $field_name, $widget_type, $cardinality)

Create a field using the content type management form.

Parameters

mixed $manage_path: Path to our content type management form.

mixed $field_type: The type of field we're adding.

mixed $field_name: The name of the field instance we want.

mixed $widget_type: Which widget would we like?

mixed $cardinality: Cardinality for this field instance.

File

modules/examples/field_permission_example/field_permission_example.test, line 284
Tests for Field Permission Example.

Class

GenericFieldTest
A generic field testing class.

Code

protected function formCreateField($manage_path, $field_type, $field_name, $widget_type, $cardinality) {
  // $manage_path is the field edit form for our content type.
  $this->backdropGet($manage_path);
  $edit = array(
    'fields[_add_new_field][label]' => $field_name,
    'fields[_add_new_field][field_name]' => $field_name,
    'fields[_add_new_field][type]' => $field_type,
    'fields[_add_new_field][widget_type]' => $widget_type,
  );
  $this->backdropPost(NULL, $edit, t('Save'));

  // Assume there are no settings for this,
  // so just press the button.
  $this->backdropPost(NULL, array(), t('Save settings'));

  debug(
  t('Saved settings for field !field_name with widget !widget_type and cardinality !cardinality', 
  array(
    '!field_name' => $field_name,
    '!widget_type' => $widget_type,
    '!cardinality' => $cardinality,
  )
  )
  );

  $this->assertText(t('Saved @name configuration.', array('@name' => $field_name)));
}