Is it possible that the User Engine plugin breaks the Login Engine tests? Yesterday when I just had the Login engine the tests had no errors. Today, after the installation of the user engine, the tests are all broken. I'm trying to dive deeper into the Login tests, but I'm pretty new to testing in general and I'm not exactly sure what I'm looking for. I'm thinking that I need to modify the Login tests to include the usernames and passwords used with the bootstrap for the User Engine. I think the tests might be failing because the users created don't have permissions in user_roles table. Has anyone experienced anything like this? Does anyone think I'm on the right track? I guess a bigger question is if the User engine is layered on, or modifies the Login engine, are the test rewritten in such a way that the entire package works? I would think that an enhancement shouldn't break it's dependencies tests. Anyways, it's all great stuff, I'm trying to get the testing tight.
on 2006-01-21 23:26
on 2006-01-21 23:34
The testing situation for the UserEngine in general, and certainly for the UserEngine-on-top-of-the-LoginEngine could almost certainly be tightened up. I would actually expect the LoginEngine tests to fail with the UserEngine installed, since the LoginEngine won't know anything about the new restrictions on access. I would suggest that the UserEngine probably needs to have adapted versions of the LoginEngine's tests, if the current UserEngine tests don't provide sufficient coverage... it's definitely an area that needs work. - james