1. Project Clover database Tue Dec 20 2016 21:24:09 CET
  2. Package com.xpn.xwiki.criteria.impl

File PeriodFactoryTest.java

 

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20    package com.xpn.xwiki.criteria.impl;
21   
22    import java.text.ParseException;
23    import java.text.SimpleDateFormat;
24   
25    import junit.framework.TestCase;
26   
27    /**
28    * Unit tests for {@link PeriodFactory}.
29    */
 
30    public class PeriodFactoryTest extends TestCase
31    {
32    /**
33    * Tests if the start code of a day period is strictly less than its end code. This is needed because the
34    * {@link XWikiStatsReader} retrieves the statistics that have been recorded between the start code, including it,
35    * and the end code, excluding it.
36    *
37    * @throws ParseException
38    */
 
39  1 toggle public void testDayPeriodStartEndCode() throws ParseException
40    {
41  1 Period day = PeriodFactory.createDayPeriod(System.currentTimeMillis());
42  1 SimpleDateFormat sdf = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyyMMdd");
43  1 long start = sdf.parse(String.valueOf(day.getStartCode())).getTime();
44  1 long end = sdf.parse(String.valueOf(day.getEndCode())).getTime();
45  1 assertTrue("Start code must be less than end code", start < end);
46    }
47   
48    /**
49    * Tests if the start code of a month period is strictly less than its end code. This is needed because the
50    * {@link XWikiStatsReader} retrieves the statistics that have been recorded between the start code, including it,
51    * and the end code, excluding it.
52    *
53    * @throws ParseException
54    */
 
55  1 toggle public void testMonthPeriodStartEndCode() throws ParseException
56    {
57  1 Period month = PeriodFactory.createMonthPeriod(System.currentTimeMillis());
58  1 SimpleDateFormat sdf = new SimpleDateFormat("yyyyMM");
59  1 long start = sdf.parse(String.valueOf(month.getStartCode())).getTime();
60  1 long end = sdf.parse(String.valueOf(month.getEndCode())).getTime();
61  1 assertTrue("Start code must be less than end code", start < end);
62    }
63    }