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use Modern::Perl;
use Test::More tests => 11;
use_ok("MARC::Field");
use_ok("MARC::Record");
use_ok("Koha::SimpleMARC");
sub new_record {
my $record = MARC::Record->new;
$record->leader('03174nam a2200445 a 4500');
my @fields = (
MARC::Field->new(
'008', '120829t20132012nyu bk 001 0ceng',
),
MARC::Field->new(
100, '1', ' ',
a => 'Knuth, Donald Ervin',
d => '1938',
),
MARC::Field->new(
245, '1', '4',
a => 'The art of computer programming',
c => 'Donald E. Knuth.',
),
MARC::Field->new(
650, ' ', '0',
a => 'Computer programming.',
9 => '462',
),
MARC::Field->new(
952, ' ', ' ',
p => '3010023917',
y => 'BK',
c => 'GEN',
d => '2001-06-25',
),
);
$record->append_fields(@fields);
return $record;
}
# field_exists
subtest 'field_exists' => sub {
plan tests => 3;
my $record = new_record;
is_deeply(
field_exists( { record => $record, field => '650', subfield => 'a' } ),
[1],
'650$a exists'
);
is_deeply(
field_exists( { record => $record, field => '650', subfield => 'b' } ),
[],
'650$b does not exist'
);
$record->append_fields(
MARC::Field->new(
650, ' ', '0',
a => 'Computer algorithms.',
9 => '463',
)
);
is_deeply(
field_exists( { record => $record, field => '650', subfield => 'a' } ),
[ 1, 2 ],
'650$a exists, field_exists returns the 2 field numbers'
);
};
# read_field
subtest 'read_field' => sub {
plan tests => 2;
subtest 'read subfield' => sub {
plan tests => 6;
my $record = new_record;
$record->append_fields(
MARC::Field->new(
650, ' ', '0',
a => 'Computer algorithms.',
9 => '463',
),
MARC::Field->new(
600, ' ', '0',
0 => '123456',
)
);
my @fields_650a =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '650', subfield => 'a' } );
is_deeply( $fields_650a[0], 'Computer programming.', 'first 650$a' );
is_deeply( $fields_650a[1], 'Computer algorithms.', 'second 650$a' );
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{
record => $record,
field => '650',
subfield => 'a',
field_numbers => [1]
}
)
],
['Computer programming.'],
'first 650$a bis'
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{
record => $record,
field => '650',
subfield => 'a',
field_numbers => [2]
}
)
],
['Computer algorithms.'],
'second 650$a bis'
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{
record => $record,
field => '650',
subfield => 'a',
field_numbers => [3]
}
)
],
[],
'There is no 3 650$a'
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{
record => $record,
field => '600',
subfield => '0',
field_numbers => [1]
}
)
],
['123456'],
'first 600$0'
);
};
subtest 'read field' => sub {
plan tests => 4;
my $record = new_record;
$record->append_fields(
MARC::Field->new(
650, ' ', '0',
a => 'Computer algorithms.',
9 => '463',
)
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{
record => $record,
field => '650'
}
)
],
[ 'Computer programming.', '462', 'Computer algorithms.', '463' ],
'Get the all subfield values for field 650'
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{
record => $record,
field => '650',
field_numbers => [1]
}
)
],
[ 'Computer programming.', '462' ],
'Get the all subfield values for the first field 650'
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '650', field_numbers => [2] }
)
],
[ 'Computer algorithms.', '463' ],
'Get the all subfield values for the second field 650'
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '650', field_numbers => [3] }
)
],
[],
'Get the all subfield values for the third field 650 which does not exist'
);
};
};
# update_field
subtest 'update_field' => sub {
plan tests => 1;
subtest 'update subfield' => sub {
plan tests => 6;
my $record = new_record;
update_field(
{
record => $record,
field => '952',
subfield => 'p',
values => ['3010023918']
}
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '952', subfield => 'p' }
)
],
['3010023918'],
'update existing subfield 952$p'
);
delete_field( { record => $record, field => '952' } );
update_field(
{
record => $record,
field => '952',
subfield => 'p',
values => ['3010023918']
}
);
update_field(
{
record => $record,
field => '952',
subfield => 'y',
values => ['BK']
}
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '952', subfield => 'p' }
)
],
['3010023918'],
'create subfield 952$p'
);
is_deeply(
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '952', subfield => 'y' }
),
'BK',
'create subfield 952$k on existing 952 field'
);
$record->append_fields(
MARC::Field->new(
952, ' ', ' ',
p => '3010023917',
y => 'BK',
0 => '123456',
),
);
update_field(
{
record => $record,
field => '952',
subfield => 'p',
values => ['3010023919']
}
);
my @fields_952p =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '952', subfield => 'p' } );
is_deeply(
\@fields_952p,
[ '3010023919', '3010023919' ],
'update all subfields 952$p with the same value'
);
update_field(
{
record => $record,
field => '952',
subfield => 'p',
values => [ '3010023917', '3010023918' ]
}
);
@fields_952p =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '952', subfield => 'p' } );
is_deeply(
\@fields_952p,
[ '3010023917', '3010023918' ],
'update all subfields 952$p with the different values'
);
update_field(
{
record => $record,
field => '952',
subfield => '0',
values => [ '654321' ]
}
);
my @fields_9520 =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '952', subfield => '0' } );
is_deeply(
\@fields_9520,
[ '654321', '654321' ],
'update all subfields 952$0 with the same value'
);
};
};
# copy_field - subfield
subtest 'copy_field' => sub {
plan tests => 2;
subtest 'copy subfield' => sub {
plan tests => 20;
my $record = new_record;
$record->append_fields(
MARC::Field->new(
650, ' ', '0',
a => 'Computer algorithms.',
9 => '463',
)
);
copy_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '245',
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => '246',
to_subfield => 'a'
}
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '245', subfield => 'a' }
)
],
['The art of computer programming'],
'After copy 245$a still exists'
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '246', subfield => 'a' }
)
],
['The art of computer programming'],
'246$a is a new field'
);
delete_field( { record => $record, field => '246' } );
is_deeply(
field_exists(
{ record => $record, field => '246', subfield => 'a' }
),
[],
'246$a does not exist anymore'
);
copy_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '650',
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => '651',
to_subfield => 'a'
}
);
my @fields_651a =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '651', subfield => 'a' } );
is_deeply(
\@fields_651a,
[ 'Computer programming.', 'Computer algorithms.' ],
'Copy multivalued field'
);
delete_field( { record => $record, field => '651' } );
copy_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '650',
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => '651',
to_subfield => 'a',
field_numbers => [1]
}
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '651', subfield => 'a' }
)
],
['Computer programming.'],
'Copy first field 650$a'
);
delete_field( { record => $record, field => '652' } );
copy_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '650',
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => '651',
to_subfield => 'a',
field_numbers => [2]
}
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '651', subfield => 'a' }
)
],
['Computer programming.', 'Computer algorithms.'],
'Copy second field 650$a'
);
delete_field( { record => $record, field => '651' } );
copy_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '650',
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => '651',
to_subfield => 'a',
regex => { search => 'Computer', replace => 'The art of' }
}
);
@fields_651a =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '651', subfield => 'a' } );
is_deeply(
\@fields_651a,
[ 'The art of programming.', 'The art of algorithms.' ],
'Copy field using regex'
);
delete_field( { record => $record, field => '651' } );
copy_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '650',
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => '651',
to_subfield => 'a',
regex => { search => 'Computer', replace => 'The mistake of' }
}
);
@fields_651a =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '651', subfield => 'a' } );
is_deeply(
\@fields_651a,
[ 'The mistake of programming.', 'The mistake of algorithms.' ],
'Copy fields using regex on existing fields'
);
delete_field( { record => $record, field => '651' } );
copy_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '650',
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => '651',
to_subfield => 'a',
regex => { search => 'Computer', replace => 'The art of' }
}
);
@fields_651a =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '651', subfield => 'a' } );
is_deeply(
\@fields_651a,
[ 'The art of programming.', 'The art of algorithms.', ],
'Copy all fields using regex'
);
delete_field( { record => $record, field => '651' } );
copy_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '650',
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => '651',
to_subfield => 'a',
regex => { search => 'Computer', replace => 'The art of' },
field_numbers => [1]
}
);
@fields_651a =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '651', subfield => 'a' } );
is_deeply(
\@fields_651a,
[ 'The art of programming.', ],
'Copy first field using regex'
);
delete_field( { record => $record, field => '651' } );
# Copy with regex modifiers
$record = new_record;
$record->append_fields(
MARC::Field->new(
650, ' ', '0',
a => 'Computer algorithms.',
9 => '463',
)
);
copy_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '650',
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => '652',
to_subfield => 'a',
regex => { search => 'o', replace => 'foo' }
}
);
my @fields_652a =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '652', subfield => 'a' } );
is_deeply(
\@fields_652a,
[ 'Cfoomputer programming.', 'Cfoomputer algorithms.' ],
'Copy field using regex'
);
copy_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '650',
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => '653',
to_subfield => 'a',
regex => { search => 'o', replace => 'foo', modifiers => 'g' }
}
);
my @fields_653a =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '653', subfield => 'a' } );
is_deeply(
\@fields_653a,
[ 'Cfoomputer prfoogramming.', 'Cfoomputer algfoorithms.' ],
'Copy field using regex'
);
copy_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '650',
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => '654',
to_subfield => 'a',
regex => { search => 'O', replace => 'foo', modifiers => 'i' }
}
);
my @fields_654a =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '654', subfield => 'a' } );
is_deeply(
\@fields_654a,
[ 'Cfoomputer programming.', 'Cfoomputer algorithms.' ],
'Copy field using regex'
);
copy_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '650',
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => '655',
to_subfield => 'a',
regex => { search => 'O', replace => 'foo', modifiers => 'gi' }
}
);
my @fields_655a =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '655', subfield => 'a' } );
is_deeply(
\@fields_655a,
[ 'Cfoomputer prfoogramming.', 'Cfoomputer algfoorithms.' ],
'Copy field using regex'
);
$record = new_record;
$record->append_fields(
MARC::Field->new(
952, ' ', ' ',
p => '3010023917',
y => 'BK',
),
);
copy_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '952',
from_subfield => 'd',
to_field => '952',
to_subfield => 'd'
}
);
my @fields_952d =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '952', subfield => 'd' } );
# FIXME We need a new action "duplicate" if we don't want to modify the original field
is_deeply(
\@fields_952d,
[ '2001-06-25', '2001-06-25', '2001-06-25' ],
'copy 952$d into others 952 field'
);
copy_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '111',
from_subfield => '1',
to_field => '999',
to_subfield => '9'
}
);
my @fields_9999 =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '999', subfield => '9' } );
is_deeply( \@fields_9999, [],
'copy a nonexistent subfield does not create a new one' );
$record = new_record;
copy_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => 245,
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => 245,
to_subfield => 'a',
regex => { search => '^', replace => 'BEGIN ' }
}
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '245', subfield => 'a' }
)
],
['The art of computer programming', 'BEGIN The art of computer programming'],
'Update a subfield: add a string at the beginning'
);
$record = new_record;
copy_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => 245,
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => 245,
to_subfield => 'a',
regex => { search => '$', replace => ' END' }
}
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '245', subfield => 'a' }
)
],
['The art of computer programming', 'The art of computer programming END'],
'Update a subfield: add a string at the end'
);
$record = new_record;
copy_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => 245,
from_subfield => 'c',
to_field => 650,
to_subfield => 'c',
}
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '650' }
)
],
[ 'Computer programming.', '462', 'Donald E. Knuth.' ],
'Copy a subfield to an existent field but inexistent subfield'
);
$record = new_record;
copy_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => 245,
from_subfield => 'c',
to_field => 650,
to_subfield => '9',
}
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '650' }
)
],
[ 'Computer programming.', '462', 'Donald E. Knuth.' ],
'Copy a subfield to an existent field / subfield'
);
};
subtest 'copy field' => sub {
plan tests => 14;
my $record = new_record;
$record->append_fields(
MARC::Field->new(
952, ' ', ' ',
p => '3010023918',
y => 'CD',
),
);
#- copy all fields
copy_field(
{ record => $record, from_field => '952', to_field => '953' } );
my @fields_952 = read_field( { record => $record, field => '952' } );
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '952', field_numbers => [1] }
)
],
[ '3010023917', 'BK', 'GEN', '2001-06-25' ],
"copy all: original first field still exists"
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '952', field_numbers => [2] }
)
],
[ '3010023918', 'CD' ],
"copy all: original second field still exists"
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '953', field_numbers => [1] }
)
],
[ '3010023917', 'BK', 'GEN', '2001-06-25' ],
"copy all: first original fields has been copied"
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '953', field_numbers => [2] }
)
],
[ '3010023918', 'CD' ],
"copy all: second original fields has been copied"
);
#- copy only the first field
copy_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '953',
to_field => '954',
field_numbers => [1]
}
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '953', field_numbers => [1] }
)
],
[ '3010023917', 'BK', 'GEN', '2001-06-25' ],
"copy first: first original fields has been copied"
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '953', field_numbers => [2] }
)
],
[ '3010023918', 'CD' ],
"copy first: second original fields has been copied"
);
is_deeply(
[ read_field( { record => $record, field => '954' } ) ],
[ '3010023917', 'BK', 'GEN', '2001-06-25' ],
"copy first: only first, first 953 has been copied"
);
$record = new_record;
$record->append_fields(
MARC::Field->new(
952, ' ', ' ',
p => '3010023918',
y => 'CD',
),
);
#- copy all fields and modify values using a regex
copy_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '952',
to_field => '953',
regex => { search => '30100', replace => '42424' }
}
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '952', field_numbers => [1] }
)
],
[ '3010023917', 'BK', 'GEN', '2001-06-25' ],
"copy all with regex: original first field still exists"
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '952', field_numbers => [2] }
)
],
[ '3010023918', 'CD' ],
"copy all with regex: original second field still exists"
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '953', field_numbers => [1] }
)
],
[ '4242423917', 'BK', 'GEN', '2001-06-25' ],
"copy all with regex: first original fields has been copied"
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '953', field_numbers => [2] }
)
],
[ '4242423918', 'CD' ],
"copy all with regex: second original fields has been copied"
);
copy_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '111',
to_field => '999',
}
);
my @fields_9999 =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '999', subfield => '9' } );
is_deeply( \@fields_9999, [],
'copy a nonexistent field does not create a new one' );
$record = new_record;
copy_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => 245,
to_field => 650,
}
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '650', field_numbers => [2] }
)
],
[ 'The art of computer programming', 'Donald E. Knuth.' ],
'Copy a field to existent fields should create a new field'
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '650', field_numbers => [1] }
)
],
[ 'Computer programming.', '462' ],
'Copy a field to existent fields should create a new field, the original one should not have been updated'
);
};
};
# copy_and_replace_field - subfield
subtest 'copy_and_replace_field' => sub {
plan tests => 2;
subtest 'copy and replace subfield' => sub {
plan tests => 19;
my $record = new_record;
$record->append_fields(
MARC::Field->new(
650, ' ', '0',
a => 'Computer algorithms.',
9 => '463',
)
);
copy_and_replace_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '245',
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => '246',
to_subfield => 'a'
}
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '245', subfield => 'a' }
)
],
['The art of computer programming'],
'Copy and replace should not have modify original subfield 245$a (same as copy)'
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '246', subfield => 'a' }
)
],
['The art of computer programming'],
'Copy and replace should create a new 246$a (same as copy)'
);
$record = new_record;
$record->append_fields(
MARC::Field->new(
650, ' ', '0',
a => 'Computer algorithms.',
9 => '463',
)
);
copy_and_replace_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '650',
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => '651',
to_subfield => 'a'
}
);
my @fields_651a =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '651', subfield => 'a' } );
is_deeply(
\@fields_651a,
[ 'Computer programming.', 'Computer algorithms.' ],
'Copy and replace multivalued field (same as copy)'
);
delete_field( { record => $record, field => '651' } );
copy_and_replace_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '650',
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => '651',
to_subfield => 'a',
field_numbers => [1]
}
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '651', subfield => 'a' }
)
],
['Computer programming.'],
'Copy and replace first field 650$a should only copy the 1st (same as copy)'
);
copy_and_replace_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '650',
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => '651',
to_subfield => 'a',
field_numbers => [2]
}
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '651', subfield => 'a' }
)
],
['Computer algorithms.'],
'Copy and replace second field 650$a should erase 651$a'
);
delete_field( { record => $record, field => '651' } );
copy_and_replace_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '650',
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => '651',
to_subfield => 'a',
regex => { search => 'Computer', replace => 'The art of' }
}
);
@fields_651a =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '651', subfield => 'a' } );
is_deeply(
\@fields_651a,
[ 'The art of programming.', 'The art of algorithms.' ],
'Copy and replace field using regex (same as copy)'
);
delete_field( { record => $record, field => '651' } );
copy_and_replace_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '650',
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => '651',
to_subfield => 'a',
regex => { search => 'Computer', replace => 'The mistake of' }
}
);
@fields_651a =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '651', subfield => 'a' } );
is_deeply(
\@fields_651a,
[ 'The mistake of programming.', 'The mistake of algorithms.' ],
'Copy and replace fields using regex on existing fields (same as copy)'
);
delete_field( { record => $record, field => '651' } );
copy_and_replace_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '650',
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => '651',
to_subfield => 'a',
regex => { search => 'Computer', replace => 'The art of' }
}
);
@fields_651a =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '651', subfield => 'a' } );
is_deeply(
\@fields_651a,
[ 'The art of programming.', 'The art of algorithms.', ],
'Copy and replace all fields using regex (same as copy)'
);
delete_field( { record => $record, field => '651' } );
copy_and_replace_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '650',
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => '651',
to_subfield => 'a',
regex => { search => 'Computer', replace => 'The art of' },
field_numbers => [1]
}
);
@fields_651a =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '651', subfield => 'a' } );
is_deeply(
\@fields_651a,
[ 'The art of programming.', ],
'Copy and replace first field using regex (same as copy)'
);
delete_field( { record => $record, field => '651' } );
# Copy and replace with regex modifiers
$record = new_record;
$record->append_fields(
MARC::Field->new(
650, ' ', '0',
a => 'Computer algorithms.',
9 => '463',
)
);
copy_and_replace_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '650',
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => '652',
to_subfield => 'a',
regex => { search => 'o', replace => 'foo' }
}
);
my @fields_652a =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '652', subfield => 'a' } );
is_deeply(
\@fields_652a,
[ 'Cfoomputer programming.', 'Cfoomputer algorithms.' ],
'Copy and replace field using regex (same as copy)'
);
copy_and_replace_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '650',
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => '653',
to_subfield => 'a',
regex => { search => 'o', replace => 'foo', modifiers => 'g' }
}
);
my @fields_653a =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '653', subfield => 'a' } );
is_deeply(
\@fields_653a,
[ 'Cfoomputer prfoogramming.', 'Cfoomputer algfoorithms.' ],
'Copy and replace field using regex (same as copy)'
);
copy_and_replace_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '650',
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => '654',
to_subfield => 'a',
regex => { search => 'O', replace => 'foo', modifiers => 'i' }
}
);
my @fields_654a =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '654', subfield => 'a' } );
is_deeply(
\@fields_654a,
[ 'Cfoomputer programming.', 'Cfoomputer algorithms.' ],
'Copy and replace field using regex (same as copy)'
);
copy_and_replace_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '650',
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => '655',
to_subfield => 'a',
regex => { search => 'O', replace => 'foo', modifiers => 'gi' }
}
);
my @fields_655a =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '655', subfield => 'a' } );
is_deeply(
\@fields_655a,
[ 'Cfoomputer prfoogramming.', 'Cfoomputer algfoorithms.' ],
'Copy and replace field using regex (same as copy)'
);
$record = new_record;
$record->append_fields(
MARC::Field->new(
952, ' ', ' ',
p => '3010023917',
y => 'BK',
),
);
copy_and_replace_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '952',
from_subfield => 'd',
to_field => '952',
to_subfield => 'd'
}
);
my @fields_952d =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '952', subfield => 'd' } );
is_deeply(
\@fields_952d,
[ '2001-06-25', '2001-06-25' ],
'copy and replace 952$d into others 952 field'
);
copy_and_replace_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '111',
from_subfield => '1',
to_field => '999',
to_subfield => '9'
}
);
my @fields_9999 =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '999', subfield => '9' } );
is_deeply( \@fields_9999, [],
'copy and replace a nonexistent subfield does not create a new one (same as copy)' );
$record = new_record;
copy_and_replace_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => 245,
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => 245,
to_subfield => 'a',
regex => { search => '^', replace => 'BEGIN ' }
}
);
# This is the same as update the subfield
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '245', subfield => 'a' }
)
],
['BEGIN The art of computer programming'],
'Copy and replace - Update a subfield: add a string at the beginning'
);
$record = new_record;
copy_and_replace_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => 245,
from_subfield => 'a',
to_field => 245,
to_subfield => 'a',
regex => { search => '$', replace => ' END' }
}
);
# This is the same as update the subfield
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '245', subfield => 'a' }
)
],
['The art of computer programming END'],
'Copy and replace - Update a subfield: add a string at the end'
);
$record = new_record;
copy_and_replace_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => 245,
from_subfield => 'c',
to_field => 650,
to_subfield => 'c',
}
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '650' }
)
],
[ 'Computer programming.', '462', 'Donald E. Knuth.' ],
'Copy and replace a subfield to an existent field but inexistent subfield (same as copy)'
);
$record = new_record;
copy_and_replace_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => 245,
from_subfield => 'c',
to_field => 650,
to_subfield => '9',
}
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '650' }
)
],
[ 'Computer programming.', 'Donald E. Knuth.' ],
'Copy and replace a subfield to an existent field / subfield, the origin subfield is replaced'
);
};
subtest 'copy and replace field' => sub {
plan tests => 14;
my $record = new_record;
$record->append_fields(
MARC::Field->new(
952, ' ', ' ',
p => '3010023918',
y => 'CD',
),
);
#- copy all fields
copy_and_replace_field(
{ record => $record, from_field => '952', to_field => '953' } );
my @fields_952 = read_field( { record => $record, field => '952' } );
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '952', field_numbers => [1] }
)
],
[ '3010023917', 'BK', 'GEN', '2001-06-25' ],
"copy all: original first field still exists (same as copy)"
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '952', field_numbers => [2] }
)
],
[ '3010023918', 'CD' ],
"copy all: original second field still exists (same as copy)"
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '953', field_numbers => [1] }
)
],
[ '3010023917', 'BK', 'GEN', '2001-06-25' ],
"copy all: first original fields has been copied (same as copy)"
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '953', field_numbers => [2] }
)
],
[ '3010023918', 'CD' ],
"copy all: second original fields has been copied (same as copy)"
);
#- copy only the first field
copy_and_replace_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '953',
to_field => '954',
field_numbers => [1]
}
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '953', field_numbers => [1] }
)
],
[ '3010023917', 'BK', 'GEN', '2001-06-25' ],
"copy and replace first: first original fields has been copied (same as copy)"
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '953', field_numbers => [2] }
)
],
[ '3010023918', 'CD' ],
"copy and replace first: second original fields has been copied (same as copy)"
);
is_deeply(
[ read_field( { record => $record, field => '954' } ) ],
[ '3010023917', 'BK', 'GEN', '2001-06-25' ],
"copy and replace first: only first, first 953 has been copied (same as copy)"
);
$record = new_record;
$record->append_fields(
MARC::Field->new(
952, ' ', ' ',
p => '3010023918',
y => 'CD',
),
);
#- copy and replace all fields and modify values using a regex
copy_and_replace_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '952',
to_field => '953',
regex => { search => '30100', replace => '42424' }
}
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '952', field_numbers => [1] }
)
],
[ '3010023917', 'BK', 'GEN', '2001-06-25' ],
"copy and replace all with regex: original first field still exists (same as copy)"
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '952', field_numbers => [2] }
)
],
[ '3010023918', 'CD' ],
"copy and replace all with regex: original second field still exists (same as copy)"
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '953', field_numbers => [1] }
)
],
[ '4242423917', 'BK', 'GEN', '2001-06-25' ],
"copy and replace all with regex: first original fields has been copied (same as copy)"
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '953', field_numbers => [2] }
)
],
[ '4242423918', 'CD' ],
"copy and replace all with regex: second original fields has been copied (same as copy)"
);
copy_and_replace_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '111',
to_field => '999',
}
);
my @fields_9999 =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '999', subfield => '9' } );
is_deeply( \@fields_9999, [],
'copy and replace a nonexistent field does not create a new one (same as copy)' );
$record = new_record;
copy_and_replace_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => 245,
to_field => 650,
}
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '650', field_numbers => [1] }
)
],
[ 'The art of computer programming', 'Donald E. Knuth.' ],
'Copy and replace to an existent field should erase the original field'
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '650', field_numbers => [2] }
)
],
[],
'Copy and replace to an existent field should not create a new field'
);
};
};
# move_field - subfields
subtest 'move_field' => sub {
plan tests => 2;
subtest 'move subfield' => sub {
plan tests => 7;
my $record = new_record;
my ( @fields_952d, @fields_952c, @fields_954c, @fields_954p );
$record->append_fields(
MARC::Field->new(
952, ' ', ' ',
p => '3010023917',
y => 'BK',
),
);
move_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '952',
from_subfield => 'c',
to_field => '954',
to_subfield => 'c'
}
);
@fields_952c =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '952', subfield => 'c' } );
@fields_954c =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '954', subfield => 'c' } );
is_deeply( \@fields_952c, [], 'The 952$c has moved' );
is_deeply( \@fields_954c, ['GEN'], 'Now 954$c exists' );
move_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '952',
from_subfield => 'p',
to_field => '954',
to_subfield => 'p',
field_numbers => [1]
}
); # Move the first field
my @fields_952p =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '952', subfield => 'p' } );
@fields_954p =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '954', subfield => 'p' } );
is_deeply( \@fields_952p, ['3010023917'], 'One of 952$p has moved' );
is_deeply( \@fields_954p, ['3010023917'], 'Now 954$p exists' );
$record = new_record;
$record->append_fields(
MARC::Field->new(
952, ' ', ' ',
p => '3010023917',
y => 'BK',
),
);
move_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '952',
from_subfield => 'p',
to_field => '954',
to_subfield => 'p'
}
); # Move all field
@fields_952p =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '952', subfield => 'p' } );
@fields_954p =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '954', subfield => 'p' } );
is_deeply( \@fields_952p, [], 'All 952$p have moved' );
is_deeply(
\@fields_954p,
[ '3010023917', '3010023917' ],
'Now 2 954$p exist'
);
move_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '111',
from_subfield => '1',
to_field => '999',
to_subfield => '9'
}
);
my @fields_9999 =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '999', subfield => '9' } );
is_deeply( \@fields_9999, [],
'move a nonexistent subfield does not create a new one' );
};
subtest 'move field' => sub {
plan tests => 9;
# move_field - fields
my $record = new_record;
$record->append_fields(
MARC::Field->new(
952, ' ', ' ',
p => '3010023917',
y => 'BK',
),
);
#- Move all fields
move_field(
{ record => $record, from_field => '952', to_field => '953' } );
is_deeply( [ read_field( { record => $record, field => '952' } ) ],
[], "original fields don't exist" );
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '953', field_numbers => [1] }
)
],
[ '3010023917', 'BK', 'GEN', '2001-06-25' ],
"first original fields has been copied"
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '953', field_numbers => [2] }
)
],
[ '3010023917', 'BK' ],
"second original fields has been copied"
);
#- Move only the first field
move_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '953',
to_field => '954',
field_numbers => [1]
}
);
is_deeply(
[ read_field( { record => $record, field => '953' } ) ],
[ '3010023917', 'BK' ],
"only first, the second 953 still exists"
);
is_deeply(
[ read_field( { record => $record, field => '954' } ) ],
[ '3010023917', 'BK', 'GEN', '2001-06-25' ],
"only first, first 953 has been copied"
);
$record = new_record;
$record->append_fields(
MARC::Field->new(
952, ' ', ' ',
p => '3010023917',
y => 'BK',
),
);
#- Move all fields and modify values using a regex
move_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '952',
to_field => '953',
regex => { search => 'BK', replace => 'DVD' }
}
);
is_deeply( [ read_field( { record => $record, field => '952' } ) ],
[], "use a regex, original fields don't exist" );
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '953', field_numbers => [1] }
)
],
[ '3010023917', 'DVD', 'GEN', '2001-06-25' ],
"use a regex, first original fields has been copied"
);
is_deeply(
[
read_field(
{ record => $record, field => '953', field_numbers => [2] }
)
],
[ '3010023917', 'DVD' ],
"use a regex, second original fields has been copied"
);
move_field(
{
record => $record,
from_field => '111',
to_field => '999',
}
);
my @fields_9999 =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '999', subfield => '9' } );
is_deeply( \@fields_9999, [],
'move a nonexistent field does not create a new one' );
};
};
# delete_field
subtest 'delete_field' => sub {
plan tests => 2;
subtest 'delete subfield' => sub {
plan tests => 3;
my $record = new_record;
$record->append_fields(
MARC::Field->new(
952, ' ', ' ',
p => '3010023917',
y => 'BK',
),
);
delete_field(
{
record => $record,
field => '952',
subfield => 'p',
field_numbers => [1]
}
);
my @fields_952p =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '952', subfield => 'p' } );
is_deeply( \@fields_952p, ['3010023917'], 'Delete first 952$p' );
$record = new_record;
$record->append_fields(
MARC::Field->new(
952, ' ', ' ',
p => '3010023917',
y => 'BK',
),
);
delete_field( { record => $record, field => '952', subfield => 'p' } );
@fields_952p =
read_field( { record => $record, field => '952', subfield => 'p' } );
is_deeply( \@fields_952p, [], 'Delete all 952$p' );
$record = new_record;
$record->append_fields(
MARC::Field->new(
600, ' ', ' ',
a => 'Murakami, Haruki',
0 => 'https://id.loc.gov/authorities/names/n81152393.html',
),
);
delete_field( { record => $record, field => '600', subfield => '0' } );
my @fields_600 = read_field( { record => $record, field => '600' } );
is_deeply( \@fields_600, ['Murakami, Haruki'], 'Delete all 600$0, only subfield 0 deleted' );
};
subtest 'delete field' => sub {
plan tests => 2;
my $record = new_record;
delete_field( { record => $record, field => '952' } );
my @fields_952 = read_field( { record => $record, field => '952' } );
is_deeply( \@fields_952, [], 'Delete all 952, 1 deleted' );
$record = new_record;
$record->append_fields(
MARC::Field->new(
952, ' ', ' ',
p => '3010023917',
y => 'BK',
),
);
delete_field( { record => $record, field => '952' } );
@fields_952 = read_field( { record => $record, field => '952' } );
is_deeply( \@fields_952, [], 'Delete all 952, 2 deleted' );
};
};
subtest 'field_equals' => sub {
plan tests => 2;
my $record = new_record;
subtest 'standard MARC fields' => sub {
plan tests => 2;
my $match = Koha::SimpleMARC::field_equals({
record => $record,
value => 'Donald',
field => '100',
subfield => 'a',
});
is_deeply( $match, [], '100$a not equal to "Donald"' );
$match = Koha::SimpleMARC::field_equals({
record => $record,
value => 'Donald',
field => '100',
subfield => 'a',
is_regex => 1,
});
is_deeply( $match, [1], 'first 100$a matches "Donald"');
};
subtest 'control fields' => sub {
plan tests => 2;
my $match = Koha::SimpleMARC::field_equals({
record => $record,
value => 'eng',
field => '008',
subfield => '',
});
is_deeply( $match, [], '008 control field not equal to "eng"' );
$match = Koha::SimpleMARC::field_equals({
record => $record,
value => 'eng',
field => '008',
subfield => '',
is_regex => 1,
});
is_deeply( $match, [1], 'first 008 control field matches "eng"' );
};
};