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#!/usr/bin/perl
# This file is part of Koha.
#
# Koha is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it
# under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
# the Free Software Foundation; either version 3 of the License, or
# (at your option) any later version.
#
# Koha is distributed in the hope that it will be useful, but
# WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
# GNU General Public License for more details.
#
# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
# along with Koha; if not, see <http://www.gnu.org/licenses>.
use Modern::Perl;
use Test::More;
use Test::MockModule;
use DateTime;
use DateTime::Duration;
use Koha::Caches;
use Koha::DateUtils;
use t::lib::Mocks;
use Module::Load::Conditional qw/check_install/;
BEGIN {
if ( check_install( module => 'Test::DBIx::Class' ) ) {
plan tests => 40;
} else {
plan skip_all => "Need Test::DBIx::Class"
}
}
use_ok('Koha::Calendar');
use Test::DBIx::Class;
my $db = Test::MockModule->new('Koha::Database');
$db->mock(
_new_schema => sub { return Schema(); }
);
# We need to mock the C4::Context->preference method for
# simplicity and re-usability of the session definition. Any
# syspref fits for syspref-agnostic tests.
my $module_context = Test::MockModule->new('C4::Context');
$module_context->mock(
'preference',
sub {
return 'Calendar';
}
);
fixtures_ok [
# weekly holidays
RepeatableHoliday => [
[ qw( branchcode day month weekday title description) ],
[ 'MPL', undef, undef, 0, '', '' ], # sundays
[ 'MPL', undef, undef, 6, '', '' ],# saturdays
[ 'MPL', 1, 1, undef, '', ''], # new year's day
[ 'MPL', 25, 12, undef, '', ''], # chrismas
],
# exception holidays
SpecialHoliday => [
[qw( branchcode day month year title description isexception )],
[ 'MPL', 11, 11, 2012, '', '', 1 ], # sunday exception
[ 'MPL', 1, 6, 2011, '', '', 0 ],
[ 'MPL', 4, 7, 2012, '', '', 0 ],
[ 'CPL', 6, 8, 2012, '', '', 0 ],
[ 'MPL', 7, 7, 2012, '', '', 1 ], # holiday exception
[ 'MPL', 7, 7, 2012, '', '', 0 ], # holiday
],
], "add fixtures";
my $cache = Koha::Caches->get_instance();
$cache->clear_from_cache('MPL_holidays');
$cache->clear_from_cache('CPL_holidays');
# 'MPL' branch is arbitrary, is not used at all but is needed for initialization
my $cal = Koha::Calendar->new( branchcode => 'MPL' );
isa_ok( $cal, 'Koha::Calendar', 'Calendar class returned' );
my $saturday = DateTime->new(
year => 2012,
month => 11,
day => 24,
);
my $sunday = DateTime->new(
year => 2012,
month => 11,
day => 25,
);
my $monday = DateTime->new(
year => 2012,
month => 11,
day => 26,
);
my $new_year = DateTime->new(
year => 2013,
month => 1,
day => 1,
);
my $single_holiday = DateTime->new(
year => 2011,
month => 6,
day => 1,
); # should be a holiday
my $notspecial = DateTime->new(
year => 2011,
month => 6,
day => 2
); # should NOT be a holiday
my $sunday_exception = DateTime->new(
year => 2012,
month => 11,
day => 11
);
my $day_after_christmas = DateTime->new(
year => 2012,
month => 12,
day => 26
); # for testing negative addDate
my $holiday_for_another_branch = DateTime->new(
year => 2012,
month => 8,
day => 6, # This is a monday
);
my $holiday_excepted = DateTime->new(
year => 2012,
month => 7,
day => 7, # Both a holiday and exception
);
{ # Syspref-agnostic tests
is ( $saturday->day_of_week, 6, '\'$saturday\' is actually a saturday (6th day of week)');
is ( $sunday->day_of_week, 7, '\'$sunday\' is actually a sunday (7th day of week)');
is ( $monday->day_of_week, 1, '\'$monday\' is actually a monday (1st day of week)');
is ( $cal->is_holiday($saturday), 1, 'Saturday is a closed day' );
is ( $cal->is_holiday($sunday), 1, 'Sunday is a closed day' );
is ( $cal->is_holiday($monday), 0, 'Monday is not a closed day' );
is ( $cal->is_holiday($new_year), 1, 'Month/Day closed day test (New year\'s day)' );
is ( $cal->is_holiday($single_holiday), 1, 'Single holiday closed day test' );
is ( $cal->is_holiday($notspecial), 0, 'Fixed single date that is not a holiday test' );
is ( $cal->is_holiday($sunday_exception), 0, 'Exception holiday is not a closed day test' );
is ( $cal->is_holiday($holiday_for_another_branch), 0, 'Holiday defined for another branch should not be defined as an holiday' );
is ( $cal->is_holiday($holiday_excepted), 0, 'Holiday defined and excepted should not be a holiday' );
}
{ # Bugzilla #8966 - is_holiday truncates referenced date
my $later_dt = DateTime->new( # Monday
year => 2012,
month => 9,
day => 17,
hour => 17,
minute => 30,
time_zone => 'Europe/London',
);
is( $cal->is_holiday($later_dt), 0, 'bz-8966 (1/2) Apply is_holiday for the next test' );
cmp_ok( $later_dt, 'eq', '2012-09-17T17:30:00', 'bz-8966 (2/2) Date should be the same after is_holiday' );
}
{ # Bugzilla #8800 - is_holiday should use truncated date for 'contains' call
my $single_holiday_time = DateTime->new(
year => 2011,
month => 6,
day => 1,
hour => 11,
minute => 2
);
is( $cal->is_holiday($single_holiday_time),
$cal->is_holiday($single_holiday) ,
'bz-8800 is_holiday should truncate the date for holiday validation' );
}
my $one_day_dur = DateTime::Duration->new( days => 1 );
my $two_day_dur = DateTime::Duration->new( days => 2 );
my $seven_day_dur = DateTime::Duration->new( days => 7 );
my $dt = dt_from_string( '2012-07-03','iso' ); #tuesday
my $test_dt = DateTime->new( # Monday
year => 2012,
month => 7,
day => 23,
hour => 11,
minute => 53,
);
my $later_dt = DateTime->new( # Monday
year => 2012,
month => 9,
day => 17,
hour => 17,
minute => 30,
time_zone => 'Europe/London',
);
{ ## 'Datedue' tests
$cal = Koha::Calendar->new( branchcode => 'MPL', days_mode => 'Datedue' );
is($cal->addDate( $dt, $one_day_dur, 'days' ), # tuesday
dt_from_string('2012-07-05','iso'),
'Single day add (Datedue, matches holiday, shift)' );
is($cal->addDate( $dt, $two_day_dur, 'days' ),
dt_from_string('2012-07-05','iso'),
'Two days add, skips holiday (Datedue)' );
cmp_ok($cal->addDate( $test_dt, $seven_day_dur, 'days' ), 'eq',
'2012-07-30T11:53:00',
'Add 7 days (Datedue)' );
is( $cal->addDate( $saturday, $one_day_dur, 'days' )->day_of_week, 1,
'addDate skips closed Sunday (Datedue)' );
is( $cal->addDate($day_after_christmas, -1, 'days')->ymd(), '2012-12-24',
'Negative call to addDate (Datedue)' );
## Note that the days_between API says closed days are not considered.
## This tests are here as an API test.
cmp_ok( $cal->days_between( $test_dt, $later_dt )->in_units('days'),
'==', 40, 'days_between calculates correctly (Days)' );
cmp_ok( $cal->days_between( $later_dt, $test_dt )->in_units('days'),
'==', 40, 'Test parameter order not relevant (Days)' );
}
{ ## 'Calendar' tests'
$cal = Koha::Calendar->new( branchcode => 'MPL', days_mode => 'Calendar' );
$dt = dt_from_string('2012-07-03','iso');
is($cal->addDate( $dt, $one_day_dur, 'days' ),
dt_from_string('2012-07-05','iso'),
'Single day add (Calendar)' );
cmp_ok($cal->addDate( $test_dt, $seven_day_dur, 'days' ), 'eq',
'2012-08-01T11:53:00',
'Add 7 days (Calendar)' );
is( $cal->addDate( $saturday, $one_day_dur, 'days' )->day_of_week, 1,
'addDate skips closed Sunday (Calendar)' );
is( $cal->addDate($day_after_christmas, -1, 'days')->ymd(), '2012-12-24',
'Negative call to addDate (Calendar)' );
cmp_ok( $cal->days_between( $test_dt, $later_dt )->in_units('days'),
'==', 40, 'days_between calculates correctly (Calendar)' );
cmp_ok( $cal->days_between( $later_dt, $test_dt )->in_units('days'),
'==', 40, 'Test parameter order not relevant (Calendar)' );
}
{ ## 'Days' tests
$cal = Koha::Calendar->new( branchcode => 'MPL', days_mode => 'Days' );
$dt = dt_from_string('2012-07-03','iso');
is($cal->addDate( $dt, $one_day_dur, 'days' ),
dt_from_string('2012-07-04','iso'),
'Single day add (Days)' );
cmp_ok($cal->addDate( $test_dt, $seven_day_dur, 'days' ),'eq',
'2012-07-30T11:53:00',
'Add 7 days (Days)' );
is( $cal->addDate( $saturday, $one_day_dur, 'days' )->day_of_week, 7,
'addDate doesn\'t skip closed Sunday (Days)' );
is( $cal->addDate($day_after_christmas, -1, 'days')->ymd(), '2012-12-25',
'Negative call to addDate (Days)' );
## Note that the days_between API says closed days are not considered.
## This tests are here as an API test.
cmp_ok( $cal->days_between( $test_dt, $later_dt )->in_units('days'),
'==', 40, 'days_between calculates correctly (Days)' );
cmp_ok( $cal->days_between( $later_dt, $test_dt )->in_units('days'),
'==', 40, 'Test parameter order not relevant (Days)' );
}
{
$cal = Koha::Calendar->new( branchcode => 'CPL' );
is ( $cal->is_holiday($single_holiday), 0, 'Single holiday for MPL, not CPL' );
is ( $cal->is_holiday($holiday_for_another_branch), 1, 'Holiday defined for CPL should be defined as an holiday' );
}
subtest 'days_mode parameter' => sub {
plan tests => 1;
t::lib::Mocks::mock_preference('useDaysMode', 'Days');
$cal = Koha::Calendar->new( branchcode => 'CPL', days_mode => 'Calendar' );
is( $cal->{days_mode}, 'Calendar', q|If set, days_mode is correctly set|);
};
END {
$cache->clear_from_cache('MPL_holidays');
$cache->clear_from_cache('CPL_holidays');
};