Running the tests¶
Run these tests from the project
dts_test_project, it comes prepacked with the correct settings file and extra apps to enable tests to ensure different apps can exist in
./manage.py test tenant_schemas.tests
To run the test suite outsite of your application you can use tox to test all supported Django versions.
Updating your app’s tests to work with tenant-schemas¶
Because django will not create tenants for you during your tests, we have packed some custom test cases and other utilities. If you want a test to happen at any of the tenant’s domain, you can use the test case
TenantTestCase. It will automatically create a tenant for you, set the connection’s schema to tenant’s schema and make it available at
self.tenant. We have also included a
TenantRequestFactory and a
TenantClient so that your requests will all take place at the tenant’s domain automatically. Here’s an example
from tenant_schemas.test.cases import TenantTestCase from tenant_schemas.test.client import TenantClient class BaseSetup(TenantTestCase): def setUp(self): self.c = TenantClient(self.tenant) def test_user_profile_view(self): response = self.c.get(reverse('user_profile')) self.assertEqual(response.status_code, 200)
Running tests faster¶
Running tests using
TenantTestCase can start being a bottleneck once the number of tests grow.
TenantTestCase drops, recreates and executes migrations for the test schema every time for every
TenantTestCase you have. If you do not care that the state between tests is kept, an alternative is to use the class
TenantTestCase, the test schema and its migrations will only be created and ran once. This is a significant improvement in speed coming at the cost of shared state.
from tenant_schemas.test.cases import FastTenantTestCase