FieldCrudTestCase

  1. drupal
    1. 8
    2. 7

Hierarchy

Properties

NameDescription
DrupalTestCase::$assertionsAssertions thrown in that test case.
DrupalTestCase::$databasePrefixThe database prefix of this test run.
DrupalTestCase::$originalFileDirectoryThe original file directory, before it was changed for testing purposes.
DrupalTestCase::$resultsCurrent results of this test case.
DrupalTestCase::$skipClassesThis class is skipped when looking for the source of an assertion.
DrupalTestCase::$testIdThe test run ID.
DrupalTestCase::$timeLimitTime limit for the test.
DrupalWebTestCase::$additionalCurlOptionsAdditional cURL options.
DrupalWebTestCase::$contentThe content of the page currently loaded in the internal browser.
DrupalWebTestCase::$cookieFileThe current cookie file used by cURL.
DrupalWebTestCase::$curlHandleThe handle of the current cURL connection.
DrupalWebTestCase::$drupalSettingsThe value of the Drupal.settings JavaScript variable for the page currently loaded in the internal browser.
DrupalWebTestCase::$elementsThe parsed version of the page.
DrupalWebTestCase::$generatedTestFilesWhether the files were copied to the test files directory.
DrupalWebTestCase::$headersThe headers of the page currently loaded in the internal browser.
DrupalWebTestCase::$httpauth_credentialsHTTP authentication credentials (<username>:<password>).
DrupalWebTestCase::$httpauth_methodHTTP authentication method
DrupalWebTestCase::$loggedInUserThe current user logged in using the internal browser.
DrupalWebTestCase::$originalShutdownCallbacksThe original shutdown handlers array, before it was cleaned for testing purposes.
DrupalWebTestCase::$originalUserThe original user, before it was changed to a clean uid = 1 for testing purposes.
DrupalWebTestCase::$plainTextContentThe content of the page currently loaded in the internal browser (plain text version).
DrupalWebTestCase::$profileThe profile to install as a basis for testing.
DrupalWebTestCase::$redirect_countThe number of redirects followed during the handling of a request.
DrupalWebTestCase::$session_idThe current session ID, if available.
DrupalWebTestCase::$session_nameThe current session name, if available.
DrupalWebTestCase::$urlThe URL currently loaded in the internal browser.

Functions & methods

NameDescription
DrupalTestCase::assertInternal helper: stores the assert.
DrupalTestCase::assertEqualCheck to see if two values are equal.
DrupalTestCase::assertFalseCheck to see if a value is false (an empty string, 0, NULL, or FALSE).
DrupalTestCase::assertIdenticalCheck to see if two values are identical.
DrupalTestCase::assertNotEqualCheck to see if two values are not equal.
DrupalTestCase::assertNotIdenticalCheck to see if two values are not identical.
DrupalTestCase::assertNotNullCheck to see if a value is not NULL.
DrupalTestCase::assertNullCheck to see if a value is NULL.
DrupalTestCase::assertTrueCheck to see if a value is not false (not an empty string, 0, NULL, or FALSE).
DrupalTestCase::deleteAssertDelete an assertion record by message ID.
DrupalTestCase::errorFire an error assertion.
DrupalTestCase::errorHandlerHandle errors during test runs.
DrupalTestCase::exceptionHandlerHandle exceptions.
DrupalTestCase::failFire an assertion that is always negative.
DrupalTestCase::generatePermutationsConverts a list of possible parameters into a stack of permutations.
DrupalTestCase::getAssertionCallCycles through backtrace until the first non-assertion method is found.
DrupalTestCase::insertAssertStore an assertion from outside the testing context.
DrupalTestCase::passFire an assertion that is always positive.
DrupalTestCase::randomNameGenerates a random string containing letters and numbers.
DrupalTestCase::randomStringGenerates a random string of ASCII characters of codes 32 to 126.
DrupalTestCase::runRun all tests in this class.
DrupalTestCase::verboseLogs verbose message in a text file.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertFieldAsserts that a field exists with the given name or id.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertFieldByIdAsserts that a field exists in the current page with the given id and value.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertFieldByNameAsserts that a field exists in the current page with the given name and value.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertFieldByXPathAsserts that a field exists in the current page by the given XPath.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertFieldCheckedAsserts that a checkbox field in the current page is checked.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertLinkPass if a link with the specified label is found, and optional with the specified index.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertLinkByHrefPass if a link containing a given href (part) is found.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertMailAsserts that the most recently sent e-mail message has the given value.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertMailPatternAsserts that the most recently sent e-mail message has the pattern in it.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertMailStringAsserts that the most recently sent e-mail message has the string in it.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertNoDuplicateIdsAsserts that each HTML ID is used for just a single element.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertNoFieldAsserts that a field does not exist with the given name or id.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertNoFieldByIdAsserts that a field does not exist with the given id and value.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertNoFieldByNameAsserts that a field does not exist with the given name and value.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertNoFieldByXPathAsserts that a field does not exist in the current page by the given XPath.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertNoFieldCheckedAsserts that a checkbox field in the current page is not checked.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertNoLinkPass if a link with the specified label is not found.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertNoLinkByHrefPass if a link containing a given href (part) is not found.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertNoOptionSelectedAsserts that a select option in the current page is not checked.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertNoPatternWill trigger a pass if the perl regex pattern is not present in raw content.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertNoRawPass if the raw text is NOT found on the loaded page, fail otherwise. Raw text refers to the raw HTML that the page generated.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertNoResponseAsserts the page did not return the specified response code.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertNoTextPass if the text is NOT found on the text version of the page. The text version is the equivalent of what a user would see when viewing through a web browser. In other words the HTML has been filtered out of the contents.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertNoTitlePass if the page title is not the given string.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertNoUniqueTextPass if the text is found MORE THAN ONCE on the text version of the page.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertOptionSelectedAsserts that a select option in the current page is checked.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertPatternWill trigger a pass if the Perl regex pattern is found in the raw content.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertRawPass if the raw text IS found on the loaded page, fail otherwise. Raw text refers to the raw HTML that the page generated.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertResponseAsserts the page responds with the specified response code.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertTextPass if the text IS found on the text version of the page. The text version is the equivalent of what a user would see when viewing through a web browser. In other words the HTML has been filtered out of the contents.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertTextHelperHelper for assertText and assertNoText.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertTitlePass if the page title is the given string.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertUniqueTextPass if the text is found ONLY ONCE on the text version of the page.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertUniqueTextHelperHelper for assertUniqueText and assertNoUniqueText.
DrupalWebTestCase::assertUrlPass if the internal browser's URL matches the given path.
DrupalWebTestCase::buildXPathQueryBuilds an XPath query.
DrupalWebTestCase::checkForMetaRefreshCheck for meta refresh tag and if found call drupalGet() recursively. This function looks for the http-equiv attribute to be set to "Refresh" and is case-sensitive.
DrupalWebTestCase::checkPermissionsCheck to make sure that the array of permissions are valid.
DrupalWebTestCase::clickLinkFollows a link by name.
DrupalWebTestCase::constructFieldXpathHelper function: construct an XPath for the given set of attributes and value.
DrupalWebTestCase::cronRunRuns cron in the Drupal installed by Simpletest.
DrupalWebTestCase::curlCloseClose the cURL handler and unset the handler.
DrupalWebTestCase::curlExecInitializes and executes a cURL request.
DrupalWebTestCase::curlHeaderCallbackReads headers and registers errors received from the tested site.
DrupalWebTestCase::curlInitializeInitializes the cURL connection.
DrupalWebTestCase::drupalCompareFilesCompare two files based on size and file name.
DrupalWebTestCase::drupalCreateContentTypeCreates a custom content type based on default settings.
DrupalWebTestCase::drupalCreateNodeCreates a node based on default settings.
DrupalWebTestCase::drupalCreateRoleInternal helper function; Create a role with specified permissions.
DrupalWebTestCase::drupalCreateUserCreate a user with a given set of permissions. The permissions correspond to the names given on the privileges page.
DrupalWebTestCase::drupalGetRetrieves a Drupal path or an absolute path.
DrupalWebTestCase::drupalGetAJAXRetrieve a Drupal path or an absolute path and JSON decode the result.
DrupalWebTestCase::drupalGetContentGets the current raw HTML of requested page.
DrupalWebTestCase::drupalGetHeaderGets the value of an HTTP response header. If multiple requests were required to retrieve the page, only the headers from the last request will be checked by default. However, if TRUE is passed as the second argument, all requests will be processed…
DrupalWebTestCase::drupalGetHeadersGets the HTTP response headers of the requested page. Normally we are only interested in the headers returned by the last request. However, if a page is redirected or HTTP authentication is in use, multiple requests will be required to retrieve the…
DrupalWebTestCase::drupalGetMailsGets an array containing all e-mails sent during this test case.
DrupalWebTestCase::drupalGetNodeByTitleGet a node from the database based on its title.
DrupalWebTestCase::drupalGetSettingsGets the value of the Drupal.settings JavaScript variable for the currently loaded page.
DrupalWebTestCase::drupalGetTestFilesGet a list files that can be used in tests.
DrupalWebTestCase::drupalGetTokenGenerate a token for the currently logged in user.
DrupalWebTestCase::drupalHeadRetrieves only the headers for a Drupal path or an absolute path.
DrupalWebTestCase::drupalLoginLog in a user with the internal browser.
DrupalWebTestCase::drupalLogout
DrupalWebTestCase::drupalPostExecute a POST request on a Drupal page. It will be done as usual POST request with SimpleBrowser.
DrupalWebTestCase::drupalPostAJAXExecute an Ajax submission.
DrupalWebTestCase::drupalSetContentSets the raw HTML content. This can be useful when a page has been fetched outside of the internal browser and assertions need to be made on the returned page.
DrupalWebTestCase::drupalSetSettingsSets the value of the Drupal.settings JavaScript variable for the currently loaded page.
DrupalWebTestCase::getAbsoluteUrlTakes a path and returns an absolute path.
DrupalWebTestCase::getAllOptionsGet all option elements, including nested options, in a select.
DrupalWebTestCase::getSelectedItemGet the selected value from a select field.
DrupalWebTestCase::getUrlGet the current url from the cURL handler.
DrupalWebTestCase::handleFormHandle form input related to drupalPost(). Ensure that the specified fields exist and attempt to create POST data in the correct manner for the particular field type.
DrupalWebTestCase::parseParse content returned from curlExec using DOM and SimpleXML.
DrupalWebTestCase::preloadRegistryPreload the registry from the testing site.
DrupalWebTestCase::refreshVariablesRefresh the in-memory set of variables. Useful after a page request is made that changes a variable in a different thread.
DrupalWebTestCase::resetAllReset all data structures after having enabled new modules.
DrupalWebTestCase::tearDownDelete created files and temporary files directory, delete the tables created by setUp(), and reset the database prefix.
DrupalWebTestCase::verboseEmailOutputs to verbose the most recent $count emails sent.
DrupalWebTestCase::xpathPerform an xpath search on the contents of the internal browser. The search is relative to the root element (HTML tag normally) of the page.
DrupalWebTestCase::__constructConstructor for DrupalWebTestCase. Overrides DrupalTestCase::__construct
FieldCrudTestCase::getInfo
FieldCrudTestCase::setUpSet the default field storage backend for fields created during tests. Overrides FieldTestCase::setUp
FieldCrudTestCase::testActiveTest that fields are properly marked active or inactive.
FieldCrudTestCase::testCreateFieldTest the creation of a field.
FieldCrudTestCase::testCreateFieldFailTest failure to create a field.
FieldCrudTestCase::testDeleteFieldTest the deletion of a field.
FieldCrudTestCase::testFieldIndexesTest creation of indexes on data column.
FieldCrudTestCase::testReadFieldTest reading back a field definition.
FieldCrudTestCase::testUpdateFieldTest updating a field.
FieldCrudTestCase::testUpdateFieldForbidTest field type modules forbidding an update.
FieldCrudTestCase::testUpdateFieldType
FieldCrudTestCase::testUpdateNonExistentField
FieldCrudTestCase::_testActiveHelperHelper function for testActive().
FieldTestCase::assertFieldValuesAssert that a field has the expected values in an entity.
FieldTestCase::_generateTestFieldValuesGenerate random values for a field_test field.

modules/field/tests/field.test, line 1919

View source
<?php
class FieldCrudTestCase extends FieldTestCase {
  public static function getInfo() {
    return array(
      'name' => 'Field CRUD tests', 
      'description' => 'Test field create, read, update, and delete.', 
      'group' => 'Field API',
    );
  }

  function setUp() {
    // field_update_field() tests use number.module
    parent::setUp('field_test', 'number');
  }

  // TODO : test creation with
  // - a full fledged $field structure, check that all the values are there
  // - a minimal $field structure, check all default values are set
  // defer actual $field comparison to a helper function, used for the two cases above

  /**
   * Test the creation of a field.
   */
  function testCreateField() {
    $field_definition = array(
      'field_name' => 'field_2', 
      'type' => 'test_field',
    );
    field_test_memorize();
    $field_definition = field_create_field($field_definition);
    $mem = field_test_memorize();
    $this->assertIdentical($mem['field_test_field_create_field'][0][0], $field_definition, 'hook_field_create_field() called with correct arguments.');

    // Read the raw record from the {field_config_instance} table.
    $result = db_query('SELECT * FROM {field_config} WHERE field_name = :field_name', array(':field_name' => $field_definition['field_name']));
    $record = $result->fetchAssoc();
    $record['data'] = unserialize($record['data']);

    // Ensure that basic properties are preserved.
    $this->assertEqual($record['field_name'], $field_definition['field_name'], t('The field name is properly saved.'));
    $this->assertEqual($record['type'], $field_definition['type'], t('The field type is properly saved.'));

    // Ensure that cardinality defaults to 1.
    $this->assertEqual($record['cardinality'], 1, t('Cardinality defaults to 1.'));

    // Ensure that default settings are present.
    $field_type = field_info_field_types($field_definition['type']);
    $this->assertIdentical($record['data']['settings'], $field_type['settings'], t('Default field settings have been written.'));

    // Ensure that default storage was set.
    $this->assertEqual($record['storage_type'], variable_get('field_storage_default'), t('The field type is properly saved.'));

    // Guarantee that the name is unique.
    try {
      field_create_field($field_definition);
      $this->fail(t('Cannot create two fields with the same name.'));
    }
    catch (FieldException $e) {
      $this->pass(t('Cannot create two fields with the same name.'));
    }

    // Check that field type is required.
    try {
      $field_definition = array(
        'field_name' => 'field_1',
      );
      field_create_field($field_definition);
      $this->fail(t('Cannot create a field with no type.'));
    }
    catch (FieldException $e) {
      $this->pass(t('Cannot create a field with no type.'));
    }

    // Check that field name is required.
    try {
      $field_definition = array(
        'type' => 'test_field',
      );
      field_create_field($field_definition);
      $this->fail(t('Cannot create an unnamed field.'));
    }
    catch (FieldException $e) {
      $this->pass(t('Cannot create an unnamed field.'));
    }

    // Check that field name must start with a letter or _.
    try {
      $field_definition = array(
        'field_name' => '2field_2', 
        'type' => 'test_field',
      );
      field_create_field($field_definition);
      $this->fail(t('Cannot create a field with a name starting with a digit.'));
    }
    catch (FieldException $e) {
      $this->pass(t('Cannot create a field with a name starting with a digit.'));
    }

    // Check that field name must only contain lowercase alphanumeric or _.
    try {
      $field_definition = array(
        'field_name' => 'field#_3', 
        'type' => 'test_field',
      );
      field_create_field($field_definition);
      $this->fail(t('Cannot create a field with a name containing an illegal character.'));
    }
    catch (FieldException $e) {
      $this->pass(t('Cannot create a field with a name containing an illegal character.'));
    }

    // Check that field name cannot be longer than 32 characters long.
    try {
      $field_definition = array(
        'field_name' => '_12345678901234567890123456789012', 
        'type' => 'test_field',
      );
      field_create_field($field_definition);
      $this->fail(t('Cannot create a field with a name longer than 32 characters.'));
    }
    catch (FieldException $e) {
      $this->pass(t('Cannot create a field with a name longer than 32 characters.'));
    }

    // Check that field name can not be an entity key.
    // "ftvid" is known as an entity key from the "test_entity" type.
    try {
      $field_definition = array(
        'type' => 'test_field', 
        'field_name' => 'ftvid',
      );
      $field = field_create_field($field_definition);
      $this->fail(t('Cannot create a field bearing the name of an entity key.'));
    }
    catch (FieldException $e) {
      $this->pass(t('Cannot create a field bearing the name of an entity key.'));
    }
  }

  /**
   * Test failure to create a field.
   */
  function testCreateFieldFail() {
    $field_name = 'duplicate';
    $field_definition = array(
      'field_name' => $field_name,
      'type' => 'test_field',
      'storage' => array('type' => 'field_test_storage_failure'),
    );
    $query = db_select('field_config')->condition('field_name', $field_name)->countQuery();

    // The field does not appear in field_config.
    $count = $query->execute()->fetchField();
    $this->assertEqual($count, 0, 'A field_config row for the field does not exist.');

    // Try to create the field.
    try {
      $field = field_create_field($field_definition);
      $this->assertTrue(FALSE, 'Field creation (correctly) fails.');
    }
    catch (Exception $e) {
      $this->assertTrue(TRUE, 'Field creation (correctly) fails.');
    }

    // The field does not appear in field_config.
    $count = $query->execute()->fetchField();
    $this->assertEqual($count, 0, 'A field_config row for the field does not exist.');
  }

  /**
   * Test reading back a field definition.
   */
  function testReadField() {
    $field_definition = array(
      'field_name' => 'field_1', 
      'type' => 'test_field',
    );
    field_create_field($field_definition);

    // Read the field back.
    $field = field_read_field($field_definition['field_name']);
    $this->assertTrue($field_definition < $field, t('The field was properly read.'));
  }

  /**
   * Test creation of indexes on data column.
   */
  function testFieldIndexes() {
    // Check that indexes specified by the field type are used by default.
    $field_definition = array(
      'field_name' => 'field_1', 
      'type' => 'test_field',
    );
    field_create_field($field_definition);
    $field = field_read_field($field_definition['field_name']);
    $expected_indexes = array('value' => array('value'));
    $this->assertEqual($field['indexes'], $expected_indexes, t('Field type indexes saved by default'));

    // Check that indexes specified by the field definition override the field
    // type indexes.
    $field_definition = array(
      'field_name' => 'field_2', 
      'type' => 'test_field', 
      'indexes' => array(
        'value' => array(),
      ),
    );
    field_create_field($field_definition);
    $field = field_read_field($field_definition['field_name']);
    $expected_indexes = array('value' => array());
    $this->assertEqual($field['indexes'], $expected_indexes, t('Field definition indexes override field type indexes'));

    // Check that indexes specified by the field definition add to the field
    // type indexes.
    $field_definition = array(
      'field_name' => 'field_3', 
      'type' => 'test_field', 
      'indexes' => array(
        'value_2' => array('value'),
      ),
    );
    field_create_field($field_definition);
    $field = field_read_field($field_definition['field_name']);
    $expected_indexes = array(
      'value' => array('value'),
      'value_2' => array('value'),
    );
    $this->assertEqual($field['indexes'], $expected_indexes, t('Field definition indexes are merged with field type indexes'));
  }

  /**
   * Test the deletion of a field.
   */
  function testDeleteField() {
    // TODO: Also test deletion of the data stored in the field ?

    // Create two fields (so we can test that only one is deleted).
    $this->field = array(
      'field_name' => 'field_1',
      'type' => 'test_field',
    );
    field_create_field($this->field);
    $this->another_field = array(
      'field_name' => 'field_2',
      'type' => 'test_field',
    );
    field_create_field($this->another_field);

    // Create instances for each.
    $this->instance_definition = array(
      'field_name' => $this->field['field_name'], 
      'entity_type' => 'test_entity', 
      'bundle' => 'test_bundle', 
      'widget' => array(
        'type' => 'test_field_widget',
      ),
    );
    field_create_instance($this->instance_definition);
    $this->another_instance_definition = $this->instance_definition;
    $this->another_instance_definition['field_name'] = $this->another_field['field_name'];
    field_create_instance($this->another_instance_definition);

    // Test that the first field is not deleted, and then delete it.
    $field = field_read_field($this->field['field_name'], array('include_deleted' => TRUE));
    $this->assertTrue(!empty($field) && empty($field['deleted']), t('A new field is not marked for deletion.'));
    field_delete_field($this->field['field_name']);

    // Make sure that the field is marked as deleted when it is specifically
    // loaded.
    $field = field_read_field($this->field['field_name'], array('include_deleted' => TRUE));
    $this->assertTrue(!empty($field['deleted']), t('A deleted field is marked for deletion.'));

    // Make sure that this field's instance is marked as deleted when it is
    // specifically loaded.
    $instance = field_read_instance('test_entity', $this->instance_definition['field_name'], $this->instance_definition['bundle'], array('include_deleted' => TRUE));
    $this->assertTrue(!empty($instance['deleted']), t('An instance for a deleted field is marked for deletion.'));

    // Try to load the field normally and make sure it does not show up.
    $field = field_read_field($this->field['field_name']);
    $this->assertTrue(empty($field), t('A deleted field is not loaded by default.'));

    // Try to load the instance normally and make sure it does not show up.
    $instance = field_read_instance('test_entity', $this->instance_definition['field_name'], $this->instance_definition['bundle']);
    $this->assertTrue(empty($instance), t('An instance for a deleted field is not loaded by default.'));

    // Make sure the other field (and its field instance) are not deleted.
    $another_field = field_read_field($this->another_field['field_name']);
    $this->assertTrue(!empty($another_field) && empty($another_field['deleted']), t('A non-deleted field is not marked for deletion.'));
    $another_instance = field_read_instance('test_entity', $this->another_instance_definition['field_name'], $this->another_instance_definition['bundle']);
    $this->assertTrue(!empty($another_instance) && empty($another_instance['deleted']), t('An instance of a non-deleted field is not marked for deletion.'));

    // Try to create a new field the same name as a deleted field and
    // write data into it.
    field_create_field($this->field);
    field_create_instance($this->instance_definition);
    $field = field_read_field($this->field['field_name']);
    $this->assertTrue(!empty($field) && empty($field['deleted']), t('A new field with a previously used name is created.'));
    $instance = field_read_instance('test_entity', $this->instance_definition['field_name'], $this->instance_definition['bundle']);
    $this->assertTrue(!empty($instance) && empty($instance['deleted']), t('A new instance for a previously used field name is created.'));

    // Save an entity with data for the field
    $entity = field_test_create_stub_entity(0, 0, $instance['bundle']);
    $langcode = LANGUAGE_NONE;
    $values[0]['value'] = mt_rand(1, 127);
    $entity->{$field['field_name']}[$langcode] = $values;
    $entity_type = 'test_entity';
    field_attach_insert('test_entity', $entity);

    // Verify the field is present on load
    $entity = field_test_create_stub_entity(0, 0, $this->instance_definition['bundle']);
    field_attach_load($entity_type, array(0 => $entity));
    $this->assertIdentical(count($entity->{$field['field_name']}[$langcode]), count($values), "Data in previously deleted field saves and loads correctly");
    foreach ($values as $delta => $value) {
      $this->assertEqual($entity->{$field['field_name']}[$langcode][$delta]['value'], $values[$delta]['value'], "Data in previously deleted field saves and loads correctly");
    }
  }

  function testUpdateNonExistentField() {
    $test_field = array(
      'field_name' => 'does_not_exist',
      'type' => 'number_decimal',
    );
    try {
      field_update_field($test_field);
      $this->fail(t('Cannot update a field that does not exist.'));
    }
    catch (FieldException $e) {
      $this->pass(t('Cannot update a field that does not exist.'));
    }
  }

  function testUpdateFieldType() {
    $field = array(
      'field_name' => 'field_type',
      'type' => 'number_decimal',
    );
    $field = field_create_field($field);

    $test_field = array(
      'field_name' => 'field_type',
      'type' => 'number_integer',
    );
    try {
      field_update_field($test_field);
      $this->fail(t('Cannot update a field to a different type.'));
    }
    catch (FieldException $e) {
      $this->pass(t('Cannot update a field to a different type.'));
    }
  }

  /**
   * Test updating a field.
   */
  function testUpdateField() {
    // Create a field with a defined cardinality, so that we can ensure it's
    // respected. Since cardinality enforcement is consistent across database
    // systems, it makes a good test case.
    $cardinality = 4;
    $field_definition = array(
      'field_name' => 'field_update', 
      'type' => 'test_field', 
      'cardinality' => $cardinality,
    );
    $field_definition = field_create_field($field_definition);
    $instance = array(
      'field_name' => 'field_update', 
      'entity_type' => 'test_entity', 
      'bundle' => 'test_bundle',
    );
    $instance = field_create_instance($instance);

    do {
      // We need a unique ID for our entity. $cardinality will do.
      $id = $cardinality;
      $entity = field_test_create_stub_entity($id, $id, $instance['bundle']);
      // Fill in the entity with more values than $cardinality.
      for ($i = 0; $i < 20; $i++) {
        $entity->field_update[LANGUAGE_NONE][$i]['value'] = $i;
      }
      // Save the entity.
      field_attach_insert('test_entity', $entity);
      // Load back and assert there are $cardinality number of values.
      $entity = field_test_create_stub_entity($id, $id, $instance['bundle']);
      field_attach_load('test_entity', array($id => $entity));
      $this->assertEqual(count($entity->field_update[LANGUAGE_NONE]), $field_definition['cardinality'], 'Cardinality is kept');
      // Now check the values themselves.
      for ($delta = 0; $delta < $cardinality; $delta++) {
        $this->assertEqual($entity->field_update[LANGUAGE_NONE][$delta]['value'], $delta, 'Value is kept');
      }
      // Increase $cardinality and set the field cardinality to the new value.
      $field_definition['cardinality'] = ++$cardinality;
      field_update_field($field_definition);
    } while ($cardinality < 6);
  }

  /**
   * Test field type modules forbidding an update.
   */
  function testUpdateFieldForbid() {
    $field = array(
      'field_name' => 'forbidden',
      'type' => 'test_field',
      'settings' => array(
        'changeable' => 0,
        'unchangeable' => 0,
      ),
    );
    $field = field_create_field($field);
    $field['settings']['changeable']++;
    try {
      field_update_field($field);
      $this->pass(t("A changeable setting can be updated."));
    }
    catch (FieldException $e) {
      $this->fail(t("An unchangeable setting cannot be updated."));
    }
    $field['settings']['unchangeable']++;
    try {
      field_update_field($field);
      $this->fail(t("An unchangeable setting can be updated."));
    }
    catch (FieldException $e) {
      $this->pass(t("An unchangeable setting cannot be updated."));
    }
  }

  /**
   * Test that fields are properly marked active or inactive.
   */
  function testActive() {
    $field_definition = array(
      'field_name' => 'field_1', 
      'type' => 'test_field',
      // For this test, we need a storage backend provided by a different
      // module than field_test.module. 
      'storage' => array(
        'type' => 'field_sql_storage',
      ),
    );
    field_create_field($field_definition);

    // Test disabling and enabling:
    // - the field type module,
    // - the storage module,
    // - both.
    $this->_testActiveHelper($field_definition, array('field_test'));
    $this->_testActiveHelper($field_definition, array('field_sql_storage'));
    $this->_testActiveHelper($field_definition, array('field_test', 'field_sql_storage'));
  }

  /**
   * Helper function for testActive().
   *
   * Test dependency between a field and a set of modules.
   *
   * @param $field_definition
   *   A field definition.
   * @param $modules
   *   An aray of module names. The field will be tested to be inactive as long
   *   as any of those modules is disabled.
   */
  function _testActiveHelper($field_definition, $modules) {
    $field_name = $field_definition['field_name'];

    // Read the field.
    $field = field_read_field($field_name);
    $this->assertTrue($field_definition <= $field, t('The field was properly read.'));

    module_disable($modules, FALSE);
    drupal_flush_all_caches();

    $fields = field_read_fields(array('field_name' => $field_name), array('include_inactive' => TRUE));
    $this->assertTrue(isset($fields[$field_name]) && $field_definition < $field, t('The field is properly read when explicitly fetching inactive fields.'));

    // Re-enable modules one by one, and check that the field is still inactive
    // while some modules remain disabled.
    while ($modules) {
      $field = field_read_field($field_name);
      $this->assertTrue(empty($field), t('%modules disabled. The field is marked inactive.', array('%modules' => implode(', ', $modules))));

      $module = array_shift($modules);
      module_enable(array($module), FALSE);
      drupal_flush_all_caches();
    }

    // Check that the field is active again after all modules have been
    // enabled.
    $field = field_read_field($field_name);
    $this->assertTrue($field_definition <= $field, t('The field was was marked active.'));
  }
}
?>