view MoinMoin/auth/_tests/test_ldap_login.py @ 4027:0d6724b87856

Refactored TestConfig creation for py.test based unit tests. The method used before had multiple problems: config creation did not use inheritance (as it does when used the wiki in production). It also didn't do the post processing done in __init__ of Config class. Also, it first created the request with some default config, then created the TestConfig (but some stuff in request was not initialized correctly)... The new method now uses config inheritance in the same way as a production wiki does. The TestConfig instance is created in RequestBase __init__, it does not use sys.path any more to import the test wikiconfig, but does an absolute import from MoinMoin._tests.wikiconfig. TODO: * fix the failing test_pysupport.TestImportExisting.testExisting * auth tests are currently skipped because they need more work * find a better way than staticmethod(TestConfig)
author Thomas Waldmann <tw AT waldmann-edv DOT de>
date Sun, 24 Aug 2008 02:01:34 +0200
parents 2d5a325ae247
children 3d5c4ebe8f34
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# -*- coding: utf-8 -*-
"""
    MoinMoin - MoinMoin.auth.ldap Tests

    @copyright: 2008 MoinMoin:ThomasWaldmann
    @license: GNU GPL, see COPYING for details.
"""

import py.test
py.test.skip("Broken due to TestConfig refactoring")

from MoinMoin._tests.ldap_testbase import LDAPTstBase, LdapEnvironment, check_environ, SLAPD_EXECUTABLE
from MoinMoin._tests.ldap_testdata import *
from MoinMoin._tests import nuke_user, wikiconfig

# first check if we have python 2.4, python-ldap and slapd:
msg = check_environ()
if msg:
    py.test.skip(msg)
del msg

import ldap

class TestLDAPServer(LDAPTstBase):
    basedn = BASEDN
    rootdn = ROOTDN
    rootpw = ROOTPW
    slapd_config = SLAPD_CONFIG
    ldif_content = LDIF_CONTENT

    def testLDAP(self):
        """ Just try accessing the LDAP server and see if usera and userb are in LDAP. """
        server_uri = self.ldap_env.slapd.url
        base_dn = self.ldap_env.basedn
        lo = ldap.initialize(server_uri)
        ldap.set_option(ldap.OPT_PROTOCOL_VERSION, ldap.VERSION3) # ldap v2 is outdated
        lo.simple_bind_s('', '')
        lusers = lo.search_st(base_dn, ldap.SCOPE_SUBTREE, '(uid=*)')
        uids = [ldap_dict['uid'][0] for dn, ldap_dict in lusers]
        assert 'usera' in uids
        assert 'userb' in uids

class TestMoinLDAPLogin(LDAPTstBase):
    basedn = BASEDN
    rootdn = ROOTDN
    rootpw = ROOTPW
    slapd_config = SLAPD_CONFIG
    ldif_content = LDIF_CONTENT

    class TestConfig(wikiconfig.Config):
        from MoinMoin.auth.ldap_login import LDAPAuth
        server_uri = self.ldap_env.slapd.url # XXX no self
        base_dn = self.ldap_env.basedn
        ldap_auth1 = LDAPAuth(server_uri=server_uri, base_dn=base_dn)
        auth = [ldap_auth1, ]
        user_autocreate = True

    def testMoinLDAPLogin(self):
        """ Just try accessing the LDAP server and see if usera and userb are in LDAP. """

        handle_auth = self.request.handle_auth

        # tests that must not authenticate:
        u = handle_auth(None, username='', password='', login=True)
        assert u is None
        u = handle_auth(None, username='usera', password='', login=True)
        assert u is None
        u = handle_auth(None, username='usera', password='userawrong', login=True)
        assert u is None
        u = handle_auth(None, username='userawrong', password='usera', login=True)
        assert u is None

        # tests that must authenticate:
        u1 = handle_auth(None, username='usera', password='usera', login=True)
        assert u1 is not None
        assert u1.valid

        u2 = handle_auth(None, username='userb', password='userb', login=True)
        assert u2 is not None
        assert u2.valid

        # check if usera and userb have different ids:
        assert u1.id != u2.id


class TestBugDefaultPasswd(LDAPTstBase):
    basedn = BASEDN
    rootdn = ROOTDN
    rootpw = ROOTPW
    slapd_config = SLAPD_CONFIG
    ldif_content = LDIF_CONTENT

    class TestConfig(wikiconfig.Config):
        from MoinMoin.auth.ldap_login import LDAPAuth
        from MoinMoin.auth import MoinAuth
        server_uri = self.ldap_env.slapd.url # XXX no self
        base_dn = self.ldap_env.basedn
        ldap_auth = LDAPAuth(server_uri=server_uri, base_dn=base_dn)
        moin_auth = MoinAuth()
        auth = [ldap_auth, moin_auth]
        user_autocreate = True

    def teardown_class(self):
        """ Stop slapd, remove LDAP server environment """
        #self.ldap_env.stop_slapd()  # it is already stopped
        self.ldap_env.destroy_env()

    def testBugDefaultPasswd(self):
        """ Login via LDAP (this creates user profile and up to 1.7.0rc1 it put
            a default password there), then try logging in via moin login using
            that default password or an empty password.
        """

        nuke_user(self.request, u'usera')

        handle_auth = self.request.handle_auth

        # do a LDAPAuth login (as a side effect, this autocreates the user profile):
        u1 = handle_auth(None, username='usera', password='usera', login=True)
        assert u1 is not None
        assert u1.valid

        # now we kill the LDAP server:
        self.ldap_env.slapd.stop()

        # now try a MoinAuth login:
        # try the default password that worked in 1.7 up to rc1:
        u2 = handle_auth(None, username='usera', password='{SHA}NotStored', login=True)
        assert u2 is None

        # try using no password:
        u2 = handle_auth(None, username='usera', password='', login=True)
        assert u2 is None

        # try using wrong password:
        u2 = handle_auth(None, username='usera', password='wrong', login=True)
        assert u2 is None


class TestTwoLdapServers:
    basedn = BASEDN
    rootdn = ROOTDN
    rootpw = ROOTPW
    slapd_config = SLAPD_CONFIG
    ldif_content = LDIF_CONTENT

    def setup_class(self):
        """ Create LDAP servers environment, start slapds """
        self.ldap_envs = []
        for instance in range(2):
            ldap_env = LdapEnvironment(self.basedn, self.rootdn, self.rootpw, instance=instance)
            ldap_env.create_env(slapd_config=self.slapd_config)
            started = ldap_env.start_slapd()
            if not started:
                py.test.skip("Failed to start %s process, please see your syslog / log files"
                             " (and check if stopping apparmor helps, in case you use it)." % SLAPD_EXECUTABLE)
            ldap_env.load_directory(ldif_content=self.ldif_content)
            self.ldap_envs.append(ldap_env)

    def teardown_class(self):
        """ Stop slapd, remove LDAP server environment """
        for ldap_env in self.ldap_envs:
            ldap_env.stop_slapd()
            ldap_env.destroy_env()

    def testLDAP(self):
        """ Just try accessing the LDAP servers and see if usera and userb are in LDAP. """
        for ldap_env in self.ldap_envs:
            server_uri = ldap_env.slapd.url
            base_dn = ldap_env.basedn
            lo = ldap.initialize(server_uri)
            ldap.set_option(ldap.OPT_PROTOCOL_VERSION, ldap.VERSION3) # ldap v2 is outdated
            lo.simple_bind_s('', '')
            lusers = lo.search_st(base_dn, ldap.SCOPE_SUBTREE, '(uid=*)')
            uids = [ldap_dict['uid'][0] for dn, ldap_dict in lusers]
            assert 'usera' in uids
            assert 'userb' in uids


class TestLdapFailover:
    basedn = BASEDN
    rootdn = ROOTDN
    rootpw = ROOTPW
    slapd_config = SLAPD_CONFIG
    ldif_content = LDIF_CONTENT

    class TestConfig(wikiconfig.Config):
        from MoinMoin.auth.ldap_login import LDAPAuth
        authlist = []
        for ldap_env in self.ldap_envs: # XXX no self
            server_uri = ldap_env.slapd.url
            base_dn = ldap_env.basedn
            ldap_auth = LDAPAuth(server_uri=server_uri, base_dn=base_dn,
                                 timeout=1) # short timeout, faster testing
            authlist.append(ldap_auth)
        auth = authlist
        user_autocreate = True

    def setup_class(self):
        """ Create LDAP servers environment, start slapds """
        self.ldap_envs = []
        for instance in range(2):
            ldap_env = LdapEnvironment(self.basedn, self.rootdn, self.rootpw, instance=instance)
            ldap_env.create_env(slapd_config=self.slapd_config)
            started = ldap_env.start_slapd()
            if not started:
                py.test.skip("Failed to start %s process, please see your syslog / log files"
                             " (and check if stopping apparmor helps, in case you use it)." % SLAPD_EXECUTABLE)
            ldap_env.load_directory(ldif_content=self.ldif_content)
            self.ldap_envs.append(ldap_env)

    def teardown_class(self):
        """ Stop slapd, remove LDAP server environment """
        for ldap_env in self.ldap_envs:
            try:
                ldap_env.stop_slapd()
            except:
                pass # one will fail, because it is already stopped
            ldap_env.destroy_env()

    def testMoinLDAPFailOver(self):
        """ Try if it does a failover to a secondary LDAP, if the primary fails. """
        handle_auth = self.request.handle_auth

        # authenticate user (with primary slapd):
        u1 = handle_auth(None, username='usera', password='usera', login=True)
        assert u1 is not None
        assert u1.valid

        # now we kill our primary LDAP server:
        self.ldap_envs[0].slapd.stop()

        # try if we can still authenticate (with the second slapd):
        u2 = handle_auth(None, username='usera', password='usera', login=True)
        assert u2 is not None
        assert u2.valid