Net::Duo::Mock::Agent

(Mock LWP::UserAgent for Net::Duo testing)

SYNOPSIS

    # Build the Net::Duo object and the mock.
    my %args = (key_file => 'admin.json');
    my $mock = Net::Duo::Mock::Agent->new(\%args);
    $args{user_agent} = $mock;
    my $duo = Net::Duo::Admin->new(\%args);

    # Indicate what to expect and then make the Net::Duo call.
    $mock->expect(
        {
            method        => 'GET',
            uri           => '/admin/v1/users',
            response_file => 'response.json',
        }
    );
    my @users = $duo->users;

REQUIREMENTS

Perl 5.14 or later and the modules HTTP::Request and HTTP::Response (part of HTTP::Message), JSON, Perl6::Slurp, and URI::Escape (part of URI), all of which are available from CPAN.

DESCRIPTION

This module provides the same interface as LWP::UserAgent, for the methods that Net::Duo calls, and verifies that the information passed in by Duo is correct. It can also simulate responses to exercise response handling in Net::Duo. To test Net::Duo, pass a Test::Mock::Duo::Agent object to the constructor of a Net::Duo-based class as the user_agent argument.

All tests are reported by Test::More, and no effort is made to produce a predictable number of test results. This means that any calling test program should probably not specify a plan and instead use done_testing().

This module is primarily used by the Net::Duo test suite and can be ignored entirely when using Net::Duo normally. It is provided as part of the Net::Duo module install, instead of kept only in the distribution source tree, because it may be useful for the test suites of other Perl modules or programs that use Net::Duo internally and want to test that integration without network access or a live Duo account to point to.

CLASS METHODS

new(ARGS)

Create a new Net::Duo::Mock::Agent object. ARGS should be the same data structure passed to the Net::Duo-derived constructor (with the obvious exception of the user_agent argument, which is ignored).

INSTANCE METHODS

expect(ARGS)

Expect a REST API call from Net::Duo.

ARGS is used to specify both the expected request data and the response to return to the caller. The same response is returned regardless of whether the request is correct.

There are two ways to specify the response: a complete HTTP::Response object, or the JSON data of the response. If only the JSON data is specified, the request will return a response with a status code of 200 and a Duo success result (stat of OK), with the supplied JSON data as the response key in the JSON response data. The content will have a Content-Type of application/json.

ARGS should be a reference to a hash with keys selected from the following:

method

The expected method of the request.

uri

The expected URI of the request. This should just be the path, not the hostname or protocol portions of the full URL, and should not include any GET parameters.

content

The expected content of the request. This is the parameters in the URL if the method is GET and the expected application/x-www-form-urlencoded content of the request for any other request type. It may be empty or not specified if the request should not contain any additional parameters.

response

An HTTP::Response object to return to the client. This object is always returned without modification to any request, even if it doesn't match the expected request.

response_data

A data structure that will be converted to JSON and included as the value of the response key in the returned success response to the client.

response_file

A file containing JSON that will be included as the value of the response key in the returned success response to the client.

request(REQUEST)

This is the interface called internally by Net::Duo to make an API call. The interface is the same as the request() method of LWP::UserAgent: REQUEST is an HTTP::Request object, and Net::Duo::Mock::Agent will return an HTTP::Response object. Currently, this is the only LWP::UserAgent method implemented by this mock, since it's the only one that Net::Duo uses.

When request() is called, it checks the content of the request against whatever the mock was told to expect via the expect() method. The results of that comparison are reported via Test::More functions. The expected call is then cleared. This means that expect() must be called between each call to a Net::Duo method that would result in a REST API call request.

If request() is called when no request was expected (via an expect() call), it throws an exception.

AUTHOR

Russ Allbery <rra@cpan.org>

COPYRIGHT AND LICENSE

Copyright 2014 The Board of Trustees of the Leland Stanford Junior University

Permission is hereby granted, free of charge, to any person obtaining a copy of this software and associated documentation files (the "Software"), to deal in the Software without restriction, including without limitation the rights to use, copy, modify, merge, publish, distribute, sublicense, and/or sell copies of the Software, and to permit persons to whom the Software is furnished to do so, subject to the following conditions:

The above copyright notice and this permission notice shall be included in all copies or substantial portions of the Software.

THE SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED "AS IS", WITHOUT WARRANTY OF ANY KIND, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND NONINFRINGEMENT. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE AUTHORS OR COPYRIGHT HOLDERS BE LIABLE FOR ANY CLAIM, DAMAGES OR OTHER LIABILITY, WHETHER IN AN ACTION OF CONTRACT, TORT OR OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THE SOFTWARE OR THE USE OR OTHER DEALINGS IN THE SOFTWARE.

SEE ALSO

Net::Duo

This module is part of the Net::Duo distribution. The current version of Net::Duo is available from CPAN, or directly from its web site at <http://www.eyrie.org/~eagle/software/net-duo/>.

Last modified and spun 2015-08-16