1 file.test FileTestHelper::setUp()

Sets up a Backdrop site for running functional and integration tests.

Generates a random database prefix and installs Backdrop with the specified installation profile in BackdropWebTestCase::$profile into the prefixed database. Afterwards, installs any additional modules specified by the test.

After installation all caches are flushed and several configuration values are reset to the values of the parent site executing the test, since the default values may be incompatible with the environment in which tests are being executed.

Parameters

...: List of modules to enable for the duration of the test. This can be either a single array or a variable number of string arguments.

Return value

bool: TRUE if set up completes, FALSE if an error occurred.

Overrides BackdropWebTestCase::setUp

See also

BackdropWebTestCase::prepareDatabasePrefix()

BackdropWebTestCase::changeDatabasePrefix()

BackdropWebTestCase::prepareEnvironment()

File

core/modules/file/tests/file.test, line 14
Tests for file.module.

Class

FileTestHelper
Provides methods specifically for testing File module's field handling.

Code

function setUp() {
  // Since this is a base class for many test cases, support the same
  // flexibility that BackdropWebTestCase::setUp() has for the modules to be
  // passed in as either an array or a variable number of string arguments.
  $modules = func_get_args();
  if (isset($modules[0]) && is_array($modules[0])) {
    $modules = $modules[0];
  }
  $modules[] = 'file';
  $modules[] = 'path';
  $modules[] = 'file_module_test';
  parent::setUp($modules);
  $this->admin_user = $this->backdropCreateUser(array(
    'access file overview',
    'manage files',
    'access content',
    'access administration pages',
    'administer site configuration',
    'administer users',
    'administer permissions',
    'administer content types',
    'administer nodes',
    'bypass node access',
    'administer fields',
    'create url aliases',
    'delete files',
  ));
  $this->backdropLogin($this->admin_user);
}