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/*
   Copyright 2008 - 2009 Sun Microsystems, Inc.  All rights reserved.

   The MySQL Connector/C++ is licensed under the terms of the GPL
   <http://www.gnu.org/licenses/old-licenses/gpl-2.0.html>, like most
   MySQL Connectors. There are special exceptions to the terms and
   conditions of the GPL as it is applied to this software, see the
   FLOSS License Exception
   <http://www.mysql.com/about/legal/licensing/foss-exception.html>.
 */

#include "../unit_fixture.h"

/**
 * Example of a collection of tests
 *
 */

namespace testsuite
{
namespace example
{

class example_test_class : public unit_fixture
{
private:
  typedef unit_fixture super;
protected:
public:

  EXAMPLE_TEST_FIXTURE(example_test_class)
  {
    TEST_CASE(test_hello_world1);
    TEST_CASE(test_hello_world2);
    TEST_CASE(test_assert_equals);
    TEST_CASE(test_assert_equals_fail);
    TEST_CASE(test_assert_message);
    TEST_CASE(test_assert_lessthan);
    TEST_CASE(test_assert_greaterthan);
    TEST_CASE(test_skip);
    TEST_CASE(test_todo);
  }

  /**
   * SELECT 'Hello world' example using framework magic
   *
   * Runs SELECT 'Hello world!' using the Connection and Statement
   * object that has been implicitly created by setUp() before calling the test.
   *
   * The unit_fixture class defines a coupld of useful members for you:
   * - Connection
   * - Statement
   * - PreparedStatement
   * - ResultSet
   *
   * The Connection object is the only one which is initialized and ready for
   * use. All other objects are in an undefined state. All members are defined
   * as auto-ptr, meaning, you don't need to worry about cleaning up them.
   */
  void test_hello_world1();

  /**
   * SELECT 'Hello world' example without framework magic
   *
   * The same as test1() but with less framework magic and, for example,
   * manual connect using the framework method getConnection()
   */
  void test_hello_world2();

  /**
   * Demo of ASSERT_EQUALS macro
   *
   * ASSERT_EQUALS macro can handle the following types:
   * - int
   * - bool
   * - double
   * - float
   * - long double
   * - char*
   *
   * ASSERT_EQUALS is a wrapper for:
   * void assertEquals(<type> expected, <type> result, const char* file, int line);
   */
  void test_assert_equals();

  /**
   * Demo of a failing ASSERT_EQUALS
   */
  void test_assert_equals_fail();

  /**
   * Demo of ASSERT_MESSAGE
   */
  void test_assert_message();

  /**
   * Demo of ASSERT_LT
   *
   * At the time of writing ASSERT_LT is only defined for int and unsigned int
   * comparisons. This has the nice  side effect that you can rewrite
   * "less or equal than" conditions as "less than" conditions.
   */
  void test_assert_lessthan();

  /**
   * Demo of ASSERT_GT
   *
   * At the time of writing ASSERT_GT is only defined for int and unsigned int
   * comparisons. This has the nice  side effect that you can rewrite
   * "greater or equal than" conditions as "greater than" conditions.
   */
  void test_assert_greaterthan();

  /**
   * Demo of SKIP(<message>)
   *
   * If a test requires a certain MySQL feature only available with MySQL version x.y.z
   * you should test if MySQL can give you what you need. If it can't SKIP the test.
   * SKIP will stop test execution.
   */
  void test_skip();

  /**
   * Demo of TODO(<message>)
   *
   * If you know that a certain test will fail, for example, because its a regression
   * test for an open bug report, you should mark the test as a TODO. Whoever runs the
   * test will be able to see that you are working on the bug and the test failure
   * is expected and does not need to be escalated in any way.
   */
  void test_todo();

};

REGISTER_FIXTURE(example_test_class);
} /* namespace example */
} /* namespace testsuite */

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