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LocalTaskQueueTestConfig

com.google.appengine.tools.development.testing

Class LocalTaskQueueTestConfig

  • java.lang.Object
    • com.google.appengine.tools.development.testing.LocalTaskQueueTestConfig
  • All Implemented Interfaces:
    LocalServiceTestConfig


    public final class LocalTaskQueueTestConfig
    extends java.lang.Object
    implements LocalServiceTestConfig
    Config for accessing the local task queue in tests. Default behavior is to configure the local task queue to not automatically execute any tasks. tearDown() wipes out all in-memory state so all queues are empty at the end of every test. LocalTaskQueue configuration are not restored. tearDown() does not restore default configuration values modified using:
    • #setDisableAutoTaskExecution()
    • #setQueueXmlPath()
    • #setCallbackClass()
    • #setShouldCopyApiProxyEnvironment()
    • #setTaskExecutionLatch()
    • Constructor Detail

      • LocalTaskQueueTestConfig

        public LocalTaskQueueTestConfig()
    • Method Detail

      • setDisableAutoTaskExecution

        public LocalTaskQueueTestConfig setDisableAutoTaskExecution(boolean disableAutoTaskExecution)
        Disables/enables automatic task execution. If you enable automatic task execution, keep in mind that the default behavior is to hit the url that was provided when the TaskOptions was constructed. If you do not have a servlet engine running, this will fail. As an alternative to launching a servlet engine, instead consider providing a LocalTaskQueueCallback via setCallbackClass(Class) so that you can assert on the properties of the URLFetchServicePb.URLFetchRequest. Once set, this value is persistent across tests. If this value needs to be set for any one test, it should be appropriately configured in the setup stage for all tests.
        Parameters:
        disableAutoTaskExecution -
        Returns:
        this (for chaining)
      • setQueueXmlPath

        public LocalTaskQueueTestConfig setQueueXmlPath(java.lang.String queueXmlPath)
        Overrides the location of queue.xml. Must be a full path, e.g. /usr/local/dev/myapp/test/queue.xml Once set, this value is persistent across tests. If this value needs to be set for an operation specific to any one test, it should appropriately configured in the setup stage for all tests.
        Parameters:
        queueXmlPath -
        Returns:
        this (for chaining)
      • setCallbackClass

        public LocalTaskQueueTestConfig setCallbackClass(java.lang.Class<? extends LocalTaskQueueCallback> callbackClass)
        Overrides the callback implementation used by the local task queue for async task execution. Once set, this value is persistent across tests. If this value needs to be set for any one test, it should be appropriately configured in the setup stage for all tests.
        Parameters:
        callbackClass - fully-qualified name of a class with a public, default constructor that implements LocalTaskQueueCallback.
        Returns:
        this (for chaining)
      • setShouldCopyApiProxyEnvironment

        public LocalTaskQueueTestConfig setShouldCopyApiProxyEnvironment(boolean b)
        Enables copying of the ApiProxy.Environment to task handler threads. This setting is ignored unless both
        1. a callback class has been set, and
        2. automatic task execution has been enabled.
        In this case tasks will be handled locally by new threads and it may be useful for those threads to use the same environment data as the main test thread. Properties such as the appID, and the user email will be copied into the environment of the task threads. Be aware that attribute map will be shallow-copied to the task thread environents, so that any mutable objects used as values of the map should be thread safe. If this property is false then the task handler threads will have an empty ApiProxy.Environment. This property is false by default. Once set, this value is persistent across tests. If this value needs to be set for any one test, it should be appropriately configured in the setup stage for all tests.
        Parameters:
        b - should the ApiProxy.Environment be pushed to task handler threads
        Returns:
        this (for chaining)
      • setTaskExecutionLatch

        public LocalTaskQueueTestConfig setTaskExecutionLatch(java.util.concurrent.CountDownLatch latch)
        Sets a CountDownLatch that the thread executing the task will decrement after a LocalTaskQueueCallback finishes execution. This makes it easy for tests to block until a task queue task runs. Note that the latch is only used when a callback class is provided (via setCallbackClass(Class)) and when automatic task execution is enabled (via setDisableAutoTaskExecution(boolean)). Also note that a CountDownLatch cannot be reused, so if you have a test that requires the ability to "reset" a CountDownLatch you can pass an instance of LocalTaskQueueTestConfig.TaskCountDownLatch, which exposes additional methods that help with this. Once set, this value is persistent across tests. If this value needs to be set for any one test, it should be appropriately configured in the setup stage for all tests.
        Parameters:
        latch - The latch.
        Returns:
        this (for chaining)
      • getLocalTaskQueue

        public static LocalTaskQueue getLocalTaskQueue()