Commit 23b692c7 by Jan-Willem

Add specs for authentication and config

parent fc5bfd1d
require 'spec_helper'
describe Gitlab::LDAP::Authentication do
let(:klass) { Gitlab::LDAP::Authentication }
let(:user) { create(:user, :ldap, extern_uid: dn) }
let(:dn) { 'uid=john,ou=people,dc=example,dc=com' }
let(:login) { 'john' }
let(:password) { 'password' }
describe :login do
let(:adapter) { double :adapter }
before do
Gitlab::LDAP::Config.stub(enabled?: true)
end
it "finds the user if authentication is successful" do
user
# try only to fake the LDAP call
klass.any_instance.stub(adapter: double(:adapter,
bind_as: double(:ldap_user, dn: dn)
))
expect(klass.login(login, password)).to be_true
end
it "is false if the user does not exist" do
# try only to fake the LDAP call
klass.any_instance.stub(adapter: double(:adapter,
bind_as: double(:ldap_user, dn: dn)
))
expect(klass.login(login, password)).to be_false
end
it "is false if authentication fails" do
user
# try only to fake the LDAP call
klass.any_instance.stub(adapter: double(:adapter, bind_as: nil))
expect(klass.login(login, password)).to be_false
end
it "fails if ldap is disabled" do
Gitlab::LDAP::Config.stub(enabled?: false)
expect(klass.login(login, password)).to be_false
end
it "fails if no login is supplied" do
expect(klass.login('', password)).to be_false
end
it "fails if no password is supplied" do
expect(klass.login(login, '')).to be_false
end
end
end
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require 'spec_helper'
describe Gitlab::LDAP::Config do
let(:config) { Gitlab::LDAP::Config.new provider }
let(:provider) { 'ldapmain' }
describe :initalize do
it 'requires a provider' do
expect{ Gitlab::LDAP::Config.new }.to raise_error ArgumentError
end
it "works" do
expect(config).to be_a described_class
end
it "raises an error if a unknow provider is used" do
expect{ Gitlab::LDAP::Config.new 'unknown' }.to raise_error
end
end
end
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