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import json
from django.http import HttpResponse
from django.test import Client
from django.test import TestCase
class GraphQLTestCase(TestCase):
Based on:
# URL to graphql endpoint
GRAPHQL_URL = "/graphql/"
# Here you need to set your graphql schema for the tests
def setUpClass(cls):
super(GraphQLTestCase, cls).setUpClass()
if not cls.GRAPHQL_SCHEMA:
raise AttributeError(
"Variable GRAPHQL_SCHEMA not defined in GraphQLTestCase."
cls._client = Client(cls.GRAPHQL_SCHEMA)
def query(self, query, op_name=None, input_data=None):
query (string) - GraphQL query to run
op_name (string) - If the query is a mutation or named query, you must
supply the op_name. For annon queries ("{ ... }"),
should be None (default).
input_data (dict) - If provided, the $input variable in GraphQL will be set
to this value
Response object from client
body = {"query": query}
if op_name:
body["operation_name"] = op_name
if input_data:
body["variables"] = {"input": input_data}
resp =
self.GRAPHQL_URL, json.dumps(body), content_type="application/json"
return resp
def assertResponseNoErrors(self, resp):
Assert that the call went through correctly. 200 means the syntax is ok, if there are no `errors`,
the call was fine.
:resp HttpResponse: Response
content = json.loads(resp.content)
self.assertEqual(resp.status_code, 200)
self.assertNotIn("errors", list(content.keys()))
def assertResponseHasErrors(self, resp):
Assert that the call was failing. Take care: Even with errors, GraphQL returns status 200!
:resp HttpResponse: Response
content = json.loads(resp.content)
self.assertIn("errors", list(content.keys()))