示例#1
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 def test_fetch_token_from_explicit_state_and_code(self):
     responses.add(responses.POST,
                   'https://api.mediamath.com/oauth2/v1.0/token',
                   body=self.token,
                   content_type='application/json')
     token = self.t1.fetch_token(state='state', code='code')
     for field, val in six.iteritems(expected_token):
         self.assertIn(field, token,
                       'Expected {} in token. Token received: {}'
                       .format(field, token))
         self.assertEqual(val, token[field],
                          'Bad value in token. Expected: {}, got: {}'
                          .format(val, token[field]))
示例#2
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 def test_fetch_token_from_authorization_response_url(self):
     responses.add(responses.POST,
                   'https://api.mediamath.com/oauth2/v1.0/token',
                   body=self.token,
                   content_type='application/json')
     url = 'https://www.mediamath.com/?code=code&state=state'
     token = self.t1.fetch_token(authorization_response_url=url)
     for field, val in six.iteritems(expected_token):
         self.assertIn(field, token,
                       'Expected {} in token. Token received: {}'
                       .format(field, token))
         self.assertEqual(val, token[field],
                          'Bad value in token. Expected: {}, got: {}'
                          .format(val, token[field]))
示例#3
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    def process_entity(cls, entity):
        """Turn json entity into a dictionary"""
        output = entity.copy()
        # Hold relation objects in specific dict. T1Service instantiates the
        # correct classes.
        relations = {}
        # for legacy/compatibility reasons with existing Entity code.
        if 'entity_type' in output:
            output['_type'] = output['entity_type']

        for key, val in six.iteritems(output):
            if type(val) is dict and 'entity_type' in val:  # Get parent entities recursively
                cls.process_related_entity(relations, val)
            elif type(val) is list and 'entity_type' in next(iter(val), {}):
                for child in val:
                    cls.process_related_entity(relations, child)
            # this is new as we are potentially returning multiple
            # currency types, but for now let's grab the first value
            elif type(val) is list and 'currency_code' in next(iter(val), {}):
                output[key] = val[0]['value']

        if relations:
            output['relations'] = relations
        return output
    def process_entity(self, entity):
        """Turn json entity into a dictionary"""
        output = entity.copy()
        # Hold relation objects in specific dict. T1Service instantiates the
        # correct classes.
        relations = {}
        # for legacy/compatibility reasons with existing Entity code.
        if 'entity_type' in output:
            output['_type'] = output['entity_type']

        for key, val in six.iteritems(output):
            # FIXME this isn't the correct thing to do;
            # however it's linked to an inconsistency in t1 json api - so fix when that's changed.
            if type(val) == list:  # Get parent entities recursively
                for child in val:
                    ent = self.process_entity(child)
                    if child['rel'] == ent['_type']:
                        relations[child['rel']] = ent
                    else:
                        relations.setdefault(child['rel'], []).append(ent)

        if relations:
            output['relations'] = relations
        return output