How to use started_on method in autotest

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1#! /usr/bin/env python2# ex:ts=4:sw=4:sts=4:et3# -*- tab-width: 4; c-basic-offset: 4; indent-tabs-mode: nil -*-4#5# BitBake Toaster Implementation6#7# Copyright (C) 2013-2016 Intel Corporation8#9# This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify10# it under the terms of the GNU General Public License version 2 as11# published by the Free Software Foundation.12#13# This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,14# but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of15# MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the16# GNU General Public License for more details.17#18# You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License along19# with this program; if not, write to the Free Software Foundation, Inc.,20# 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301 USA.21from datetime import datetime22from django.core.urlresolvers import reverse23from django.utils import timezone24from tests.browser.selenium_helpers import SeleniumTestCase25from orm.models import BitbakeVersion, Release, Project, Build26class TestToasterTableUI(SeleniumTestCase):27 """28 Tests for the UI elements of ToasterTable (sorting etc.);29 note that the tests cover generic functionality of ToasterTable which30 manifests as UI elements in the browser, and can only be tested via31 Selenium.32 """33 def setUp(self):34 pass35 def _get_orderby_heading(self, table):36 """37 Get the current order by finding the column heading in <table> with38 the sorted class on it.39 table: WebElement for a ToasterTable40 """41 selector = 'thead a.sorted'42 heading = table.find_element_by_css_selector(selector)43 return heading.get_attribute('innerHTML').strip()44 def _get_datetime_from_cell(self, row, selector):45 """46 Return the value in the cell selected by <selector> on <row> as a47 datetime.48 row: <tr> WebElement for a row in the ToasterTable49 selector: CSS selector to use to find the cell containing the date time50 string51 """52 cell = row.find_element_by_css_selector(selector)53 cell_text = cell.get_attribute('innerHTML').strip()54 return datetime.strptime(cell_text, '%d/%m/%y %H:%M')55 def test_revert_orderby(self):56 """57 Test that sort order for a table reverts to the default sort order58 if the current sort column is hidden.59 """60 now = later = now + timezone.timedelta(hours=1)62 even_later = later + timezone.timedelta(hours=1)63 bbv = BitbakeVersion.objects.create(name='test bbv', giturl='/tmp/',64 branch='master', dirpath='')65 release = Release.objects.create(name='test release',66 branch_name='master',67 bitbake_version=bbv)68 project = Project.objects.create_project('project', release)69 # set up two builds which will order differently when sorted by70 # started_on or completed_on71 # started first, finished last72 build1 = Build.objects.create(project=project,73 started_on=now,74 completed_on=even_later,75 outcome=Build.SUCCEEDED)76 # started second, finished first77 build2 = Build.objects.create(project=project,78 started_on=later,79 completed_on=later,80 outcome=Build.SUCCEEDED)81 url = reverse('all-builds')82 self.get(url)83 table = self.wait_until_visible('#allbuildstable')84 # check ordering (default is by -completed_on); so build1 should be85 # first as it finished last86 active_heading = self._get_orderby_heading(table)87 self.assertEqual(active_heading, 'Completed on',88 'table should be sorted by "Completed on" by default')89 row_selector = '#allbuildstable tbody tr'90 cell_selector = 'td.completed_on'91 rows = self.find_all(row_selector)92 row1_completed_on = self._get_datetime_from_cell(rows[0], cell_selector)93 row2_completed_on = self._get_datetime_from_cell(rows[1], cell_selector)94 self.assertTrue(row1_completed_on > row2_completed_on,95 'table should be sorted by -completed_on')96 # turn on started_on column97'#edit-columns-button')98'#checkbox-started_on')99 # sort by started_on column100 links = table.find_elements_by_css_selector('th.started_on a')101 for link in links:102 if link.get_attribute('innerHTML').strip() == 'Started on':103 break105 # wait for table data to reload in response to new sort106 self.wait_until_visible('#allbuildstable')107 # check ordering; build1 should be first108 active_heading = self._get_orderby_heading(table)109 self.assertEqual(active_heading, 'Started on',110 'table should be sorted by "Started on"')111 cell_selector = 'td.started_on'112 rows = self.find_all(row_selector)113 row1_started_on = self._get_datetime_from_cell(rows[0], cell_selector)114 row2_started_on = self._get_datetime_from_cell(rows[1], cell_selector)115 self.assertTrue(row1_started_on < row2_started_on,116 'table should be sorted by started_on')117 # turn off started_on column118'#edit-columns-button')119'#checkbox-started_on')120 # wait for table data to reload in response to new sort121 self.wait_until_visible('#allbuildstable')122 # check ordering (should revert to completed_on); build2 should be first123 active_heading = self._get_orderby_heading(table)124 self.assertEqual(active_heading, 'Completed on',125 'table should be sorted by "Completed on" after hiding sort column')126 cell_selector = 'td.completed_on'127 rows = self.find_all(row_selector)128 row1_completed_on = self._get_datetime_from_cell(rows[0], cell_selector)129 row2_completed_on = self._get_datetime_from_cell(rows[1], cell_selector)130 self.assertTrue(row1_completed_on > row2_completed_on,...

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