1 simpletest_example.test public SimpleTestExampleTestCase::testSimpleTestExampleEdit()

Create a simpletest_example node and then see if our user can edit it.


modules/examples/simpletest_example/simpletest_example.test, line 65
An example of simpletest tests to accompany the tutorial at http://DOCUMENTATION_PENDING/node/890654.


The SimpleTestExampleTestCase is a functional test case, meaning that it actually exercises a particular sequence of actions through the web UI. The majority of core test cases are done this way, but the SimpleTest suite also provides unit tests as…


public function testSimpleTestExampleEdit() {
  $settings = array(
    'type' => 'simpletest_example',
    'title' => $this->randomName(32),
    'body' => array(LANGUAGE_NONE => array(array($this->randomName(64)))),
  $node = $this->backdropCreateNode($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));

  // We'll run this test normally, but not on the testbot, as it would
  // indicate that the examples module was failing tests.
  if (!$this->runningOnTestbot()) {
    // The debug() statement will output information into the test results.
    // It can also be used in Backdrop anywhere in code and will come out
    // as a backdrop_set_message().
    debug('We are not running on the PIFR testing server, so will go ahead and catch the failure.');
    // Make sure we don't get a 401 unauthorized response:
    $this->assertResponse(200, '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");