How to use has_children method in avocado

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1from unittest import TestSuite, makeSuite23from Products.Naaya.tests.NaayaTestCase import NaayaTestCase4from Products.Naaya.NyFolder import addNyFolder5from naaya.content.url.url_item import addNyURL67class TestTree(NaayaTestCase):8 def afterSetUp(self):9 addNyFolder(self.portal, id='myfol', title='myfol')10 addNyFolder(self.portal.myfol, id='f1', title='f1')11 addNyFolder(self.portal.myfol.f1, id='f1a', title='f1a')12 addNyFolder(self.portal.myfol.f1, id='f1b', title='f1b')13 addNyFolder(self.portal.myfol, id='f2', title='f2')14 addNyURL(self.portal.myfol.f1, id='u1c', title='u1c')15 addNyURL(self.portal.myfol.f1.f1b, id='u1bx', title='u1bx')1617 def beforeTearDown(self):18 self.portal.manage_delObjects(['myfol'])1920 def test_empty(self):21 myfol = self.portal.myfol22 myfol.manage_delObjects(['f1', 'f2'])23 output = self.portal.getSiteMapTree(myfol, True, [])24 self.assertEqual(output, {'ob': myfol, 'has_children':False})2526 def test_full(self):27 myfol = self.portal.myfol28 output = self.portal.getSiteMapTree(myfol, True, ['myfol', 'myfol/f1', 'myfol/f1/f1b'])29 self.assertEqual(output,30 {'ob': myfol, 'has_children':True, 'children': [31 {'ob': myfol.f1, 'has_children': True, 'children': [32 {'ob': myfol.f1.f1a, 'has_children': False},33 {'ob': myfol.f1.f1b, 'has_children': True, 'children': [34 {'ob': myfol.f1.f1b.u1bx, 'has_children': False},35 ]},36 {'ob': myfol.f1.u1c, 'has_children': False},37 ]},38 {'ob': myfol.f2, 'has_children': False},39 ]})4041 def test_no_showitems(self):42 myfol = self.portal.myfol43 output = self.portal.getSiteMapTree(myfol, False, ['myfol', 'myfol/f1', 'myfol/f1/f1b'])44 self.assertEqual(output,45 {'ob': myfol, 'has_children':True, 'children': [46 {'ob': myfol.f1, 'has_children': True, 'children': [47 {'ob': myfol.f1.f1a, 'has_children': False},48 {'ob': myfol.f1.f1b, 'has_children': False},49 ]},50 {'ob': myfol.f2, 'has_children': False},51 ]})5253 def test_expand(self):54 myfol = self.portal.myfol5556 output = self.portal.getSiteMapTree(myfol, True, ['myfol'])57 self.assertEqual(output,58 {'ob': myfol, 'has_children':True, 'children': [59 {'ob': myfol.f1, 'has_children': True},60 {'ob': myfol.f2, 'has_children': False},61 ]})6263 output = self.portal.getSiteMapTree(myfol, True, ['myfol', 'myfol/f1'])64 self.assertEqual(output,65 {'ob': myfol, 'has_children':True, 'children': [66 {'ob': myfol.f1, 'has_children': True, 'children': [67 {'ob': myfol.f1.f1a, 'has_children': False},68 {'ob': myfol.f1.f1b, 'has_children': True},69 {'ob': myfol.f1.u1c, 'has_children': False},70 ]},71 {'ob': myfol.f2, 'has_children': False}, ...

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