1 node_access_test.module node_access_entity_test_page()

Page callback: Creates the node access entity test page.

Page should say "No nodes" if there are no nodes, and "Yes, # nodes" (with the number filled in) if there were nodes the user could access. Also, the database query is shown, and a list of the node IDs, for debugging purposes. And if there is a query exception, the page says "Exception" and gives the error.

See also

node_access_test_menu()

File

core/modules/node/tests/node_access_test/node_access_test.module, line 150
A dummy module implementing node access related hooks for testing purposes.

Code

function node_access_entity_test_page() {
  $output = '';
  try {
    $query = new EntityFieldQuery;
    $result = $query->fieldCondition('body', 'value', 'A', 'STARTS_WITH')->execute();
    if (!empty($result['node'])) {
      $output .= '<p>Yes, ' . count($result['node']) . ' nodes</p>';
      $output .= '<ul>';
      foreach ($result['node'] as $nid => $v) {
        $output .= '<li>' . $nid . '</li>';
      }
      $output .= '</ul>';
    }
    else {
      $output .= '<p>No nodes</p>';
    }
  }
  catch (Exception $e) {
    $output = '<p>Exception</p>';
    $output .= '<p>' . $e->getMessage() . '</p>';
  }

  return $output;
}