Your first DIRAC code
We will now code some very simple exercises, based on what we have seen in the previous section.
Code a python module in DIRAC.Core.Utilities.checkCAOfUser where there is only the following function:
def checkCAOfUser(user, CA): """ user, and CA are string """
This function should:
Get from the CS the registered Certification Authority for the user
if the CA is the expected one return S_OK, else return S_ERROR
To code this exercise, albeit very simple, we will use TDD (Test Driven Development), and we will use the mock python packages, as explained in Testing (VO)DIRAC. What we will code here will be a real unit test, in the sense that we will test only this function, in isolation. In general, it is always an excellent idea to code a unit test for every development you do. We will put the unit test in DIRAC.Core.Utilities.test. The unit test has been fully coded already:
# imports import mock # sut from DIRAC.Core.Utilities.checkCAOfUser import checkCAOfUser gConfigMock = mock.MagicMock() <todo>
Now, try to run it. Then, code
checkCAOfUser and run the test again.
As a continuation of the previous exercise, code a python script that will:
log wih info or error mode depending on the result
Remember to start the script with:
#!/usr/bin/env python """ Some doc: what does this script should do? """ from DIRAC.Core.Base.Script import Script Script.parseCommandLine()
Then run it.