File: tests/failure-tests/InvalidReferenceTest.php

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File: tests/failure-tests/InvalidReferenceTest.php
Role: Unit test script
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Description: Unit test for invalid mapping
Class: Caribu ORM
Map objects to databases records using annotations
Author: By
Last change: Strong type and documentation fixes
Date: 3 years ago
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<?php
namespace Nkey\Caribu\Tests;

require_once
dirname(__FILE__).'/../AbstractDatabaseTestCase.php';
require_once
dirname(__FILE__).'/../Model/InvalidReferenceModel.php';

use
Nkey\Caribu\Tests\Model\InvalidReferenceModel;
use
Nkey\Caribu\Orm\Orm;

class
InvalidReferenceTest extends AbstractDatabaseTestCase
{
    public function
__construct()
    {
       
parent::__construct();
       
       
$this->options = array(
           
'type' => 'sqlite',
           
'file' => ':memory:'
       
);
    }

   
/**
     * (non-PHPdoc)
     * @see \PHPUnit\DbUnit\TestCase::setUp()
     */
   
protected function setUp()
    {
       
Orm::passivate();

       
$connection = $this->getConnection()->getConnection();
       
$connection->beginTransaction();
       
$connection->exec("CREATE TABLE blog (id INTEGER, content TEXT)");
       
$connection->exec("INSERT INTO blog VALUES (1, 'Some content')");
       
$connection->commit();

       
parent::setUp();
    }

   
/**
     * (non-PHPdoc)
     * @see \PHPUnit\DbUnit\TestCase::tearDown()
     */
   
protected function tearDown()
    {
       
$connection = $this->getConnection()->getConnection();
       
$connection->beginTransaction();
       
$connection->exec("DROP TABLE blog");
       
$connection->commit();

       
parent::tearDown();
    }


   
/**
     * @expectedException \Nkey\Caribu\Orm\OrmException
     * @expectedExceptionMessageRegex Annotated type \w+ could not be found nor loaded
     */
   
public function testInvalidMappedBy()
    {
       
InvalidReferenceModel::find(array('id' => 1));
    }

}


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