Source code for identity.admin.v3.test_endpoints

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from tempest.api.identity import base
from tempest.lib.common.utils import data_utils
from tempest.lib.common.utils import test_utils
from tempest.lib import decorators


[docs]class EndPointsTestJSON(base.BaseIdentityV3AdminTest): """Test keystone endpoints""" # NOTE: force_tenant_isolation is true in the base class by default but # overridden to false here to allow test execution for clouds using the # pre-provisioned credentials provider. force_tenant_isolation = False @classmethod def setup_clients(cls): super(EndPointsTestJSON, cls).setup_clients() cls.client = cls.endpoints_client @classmethod def resource_setup(cls): super(EndPointsTestJSON, cls).resource_setup() cls.service_ids = list() # Create endpoints so as to use for LIST and GET test cases interfaces = ['public', 'internal'] cls.setup_endpoint_ids = list() for i in range(2): service = cls._create_service() cls.service_ids.append(service['id']) cls.addClassResourceCleanup( cls.services_client.delete_service, service['id']) region_name = data_utils.rand_name('region') url = data_utils.rand_url() endpoint = cls.client.create_endpoint( service_id=cls.service_ids[i], interface=interfaces[i], url=url, region=region_name, enabled=True)['endpoint'] region = cls.regions_client.show_region(region_name)['region'] cls.addClassResourceCleanup( cls.regions_client.delete_region, region['id']) cls.addClassResourceCleanup( cls.client.delete_endpoint, endpoint['id']) cls.setup_endpoint_ids.append(endpoint['id']) @classmethod def _create_service(cls, s_name=None, s_type=None, s_description=None): if s_name is None: s_name = data_utils.rand_name('service') if s_type is None: s_type = data_utils.rand_name('type') if s_description is None: s_description = data_utils.rand_name('description') service_data = ( cls.services_client.create_service(name=s_name, type=s_type, description=s_description)) return service_data['service']
[docs] @decorators.idempotent_id('c19ecf90-240e-4e23-9966-21cee3f6a618') def test_list_endpoints(self): """Test listing keystone endpoints by filters""" # Get the list of all the endpoints. fetched_endpoints = self.client.list_endpoints()['endpoints'] fetched_endpoint_ids = [e['id'] for e in fetched_endpoints] # Check that all the created endpoints are present in # "fetched_endpoints". missing_endpoints =\ [e for e in self.setup_endpoint_ids if e not in fetched_endpoint_ids] self.assertEqual(0, len(missing_endpoints), "Failed to find endpoint %s in fetched list" % ', '.join(str(e) for e in missing_endpoints)) # Check that filtering endpoints by service_id works. fetched_endpoints_for_service = self.client.list_endpoints( service_id=self.service_ids[0])['endpoints'] fetched_endpoints_for_alt_service = self.client.list_endpoints( service_id=self.service_ids[1])['endpoints'] # Assert that both filters returned the correct result. self.assertEqual(1, len(fetched_endpoints_for_service)) self.assertEqual(1, len(fetched_endpoints_for_alt_service)) self.assertEqual(set(self.setup_endpoint_ids), set([fetched_endpoints_for_service[0]['id'], fetched_endpoints_for_alt_service[0]['id']])) # Check that filtering endpoints by interface works. fetched_public_endpoints = self.client.list_endpoints( interface='public')['endpoints'] fetched_internal_endpoints = self.client.list_endpoints( interface='internal')['endpoints'] # Check that the expected endpoint_id is present per filter. [0] is # public and [1] is internal. self.assertIn(self.setup_endpoint_ids[0], [e['id'] for e in fetched_public_endpoints]) self.assertIn(self.setup_endpoint_ids[1], [e['id'] for e in fetched_internal_endpoints])
[docs] @decorators.idempotent_id('0e2446d2-c1fd-461b-a729-b9e73e3e3b37') def test_create_list_show_delete_endpoint(self): """Test creating, listing, showing and deleting keystone endpoint""" region_name = data_utils.rand_name('region') url = data_utils.rand_url() interface = 'public' endpoint = self.client.create_endpoint(service_id=self.service_ids[0], interface=interface, url=url, region=region_name, enabled=True)['endpoint'] region = self.regions_client.show_region(region_name)['region'] self.addCleanup(self.regions_client.delete_region, region['id']) self.addCleanup(test_utils.call_and_ignore_notfound_exc, self.client.delete_endpoint, endpoint['id']) # Asserting Create Endpoint response body self.assertEqual(region_name, endpoint['region']) self.assertEqual(url, endpoint['url']) # Checking if created endpoint is present in the list of endpoints fetched_endpoints = self.client.list_endpoints()['endpoints'] fetched_endpoints_id = [e['id'] for e in fetched_endpoints] self.assertIn(endpoint['id'], fetched_endpoints_id) # Show endpoint fetched_endpoint = ( self.client.show_endpoint(endpoint['id'])['endpoint']) # Asserting if the attributes of endpoint are the same self.assertEqual(self.service_ids[0], fetched_endpoint['service_id']) self.assertEqual(interface, fetched_endpoint['interface']) self.assertEqual(url, fetched_endpoint['url']) self.assertEqual(region_name, fetched_endpoint['region']) self.assertEqual(True, fetched_endpoint['enabled']) # Deleting the endpoint created in this method self.client.delete_endpoint(endpoint['id']) # Checking whether endpoint is deleted successfully fetched_endpoints = self.client.list_endpoints()['endpoints'] fetched_endpoints_id = [e['id'] for e in fetched_endpoints] self.assertNotIn(endpoint['id'], fetched_endpoints_id)
[docs] @decorators.attr(type='smoke') @decorators.idempotent_id('37e8f15e-ee7c-4657-a1e7-f6b61e375eff') def test_update_endpoint(self): """Test updating keystone endpoint""" # NOTE(zhufl) Service2 should be created before endpoint_for_update # is created, because Service2 must be deleted after # endpoint_for_update is deleted, otherwise we will get a 404 error # when deleting endpoint_for_update if endpoint's service is deleted. # Creating service for updating endpoint with new service ID s_name = data_utils.rand_name('service') s_type = data_utils.rand_name('type') s_description = data_utils.rand_name('description') service2 = self._create_service(s_name=s_name, s_type=s_type, s_description=s_description) self.addCleanup(self.services_client.delete_service, service2['id']) # Creating an endpoint so as to check update endpoint with new values region1_name = data_utils.rand_name('region') url1 = data_utils.rand_url() interface1 = 'public' endpoint_for_update = ( self.client.create_endpoint(service_id=self.service_ids[0], interface=interface1, url=url1, region=region1_name, enabled=True)['endpoint']) region1 = self.regions_client.show_region(region1_name)['region'] self.addCleanup(self.regions_client.delete_region, region1['id']) # Updating endpoint with new values region2_name = data_utils.rand_name('region') url2 = data_utils.rand_url() interface2 = 'internal' endpoint = self.client.update_endpoint(endpoint_for_update['id'], service_id=service2['id'], interface=interface2, url=url2, region=region2_name, enabled=False)['endpoint'] region2 = self.regions_client.show_region(region2_name)['region'] self.addCleanup(self.regions_client.delete_region, region2['id']) self.addCleanup(self.client.delete_endpoint, endpoint_for_update['id']) # Asserting if the attributes of endpoint are updated self.assertEqual(service2['id'], endpoint['service_id']) self.assertEqual(interface2, endpoint['interface']) self.assertEqual(url2, endpoint['url']) self.assertEqual(region2_name, endpoint['region']) self.assertEqual(False, endpoint['enabled'])