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From markap14 <>
Subject [GitHub] nifi pull request: Nifi 1214
Date Fri, 15 Apr 2016 17:20:55 GMT
Github user markap14 commented on a diff in the pull request:
    --- Diff: nifi-mock/src/main/java/org/apache/nifi/util/ ---
    @@ -865,4 +866,21 @@
          * @return the State Manager that is used to store and retrieve state for the given
controller service
         MockStateManager getStateManager(ControllerService service);
    +    /**
    +     *  Maybe we should add possibility to be more precise:
    +     *      "All FlowFiles must meet all conditions"
    +     *  or
    +     *      "At least one FlowFile must meet all conditions"
    +     *  or
    +     *      "Each FlowFile should meet at least one condition"
    +     *
    +     *  Current functionality is: "Each FlowFile should meet at least one condition"
    +     *  So instead of assertAllConditionsMet we should use something like assertFlowFileMeetAnyCondition
    +     *  Or add extra parameter which specifies how FlowFile must meet conditions.
    +     *
    +     */
    +    void assertAllConditionsMet(final String relationshipName, ConditionsBuilder... andContentEqual);
    --- End diff --
    I wonder if rather than using a ConditionsBuilder, perhaps we should be taking in a Predicate
here instead?
    We could then supply isXX() Methods on FlowFile, such as isContentEqual()
    For instance,
    `void assertAllConditionsMet(String relationshipName, Predicate<MockFlowFile> predicate);`
    This way, we can easily chain together conditions if we want by using one of:
    runner.assertAllConditionsMet(MY_RELATIONSHIP, mff -> mff.isAttributeEqual("aa", "bb")
          && mff.isContentEqual("hello"));
    Additionally, if we needed to combine these programmatically, we could do so with something
    Predicate<MockFlowFile> firstPredicate = mff -> mff.isAttributeEqual("aa", "bb");
    Predicate<MockFlowFile> secondPredicate = mff -> mff.isContentEqual("hello");
    Predicate<MockFlowFile> all = firstPredicate.and(secondPredicate);
    Predicate<MockFlowFile> any = firstPredicate.or(secondPredicate);
    In addition to asserting that all conditions are met, I think a very valuable method/test
would be to indicate that all conditions are met exactly once.

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