Example #1
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 def test_validate_invalid_password(self, user):
     """Invalid password."""
     user.set_password("example")
     user.save()
     form = LoginForm(username=user.username, password="wrongpassword")
     assert form.validate() is False
     assert "Invalid password" in form.password.errors
Example #2
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 def test_validate_success(self, user):
     """Login successful."""
     user.set_password("example")
     user.save()
     form = LoginForm(username=user.username, password="example")
     assert form.validate() is True
     assert form.user == user
Example #3
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 def test_validate_inactive_user(self, user):
     """Inactive user."""
     user.active = False
     user.set_password("example")
     user.save()
     # Correct username and password, but user is not activated
     form = LoginForm(username=user.username, password="example")
     assert form.validate() is False
     assert "User not activated" in form.username.errors
Example #4
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def login():
    """Home page."""
    form = LoginForm(request.form)
    # Handle logging in
    if request.method == 'POST':
        if form.validate_on_submit():
            login_user(form.user)
            flash('You are logged in.', 'success')
            redirect_url = request.args.get('next') or url_for('user.members')
            return redirect(redirect_url)
        else:
            flash_errors(form)
    return render_template('public/login.html', form=form)
Example #5
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 def test_validate_unknown_username(self, db):
     """Unknown username."""
     form = LoginForm(username="unknown", password="example")
     assert form.validate() is False
     assert "Unknown username" in form.username.errors
     assert form.user is None