File Testing Widget

The File Testing widget is just like the file widget except it has another hidden field where the contents of a would be file can be uploaded in a textarea. As for all widgets, the file widget must provide the new IWidget interface:

>>> from zope.interface.verify import verifyClass
>>> from z3c.form import interfaces
>>> from z3c.form.browser import file

The widget can be instantiated only using the request:

>>> from z3c.form.testing import TestRequest
>>> request = TestRequest()
>>> widget = file.FileWidget(request)

Before rendering the widget, one has to set the name and id of the widget:

>>> widget.id = 'widget.id'
>>> widget.name = 'widget.name'

We also need to register the template for the widget:

>>> import zope.component
>>> from zope.pagetemplate.interfaces import IPageTemplate
>>> from z3c.form.testing import getPath
>>> from z3c.form.widget import WidgetTemplateFactory
>>> zope.component.provideAdapter(
...     WidgetTemplateFactory(getPath('file_testing_input.pt'), 'text/html'),
...     (None, None, None, None, interfaces.IFileWidget),
...     IPageTemplate, name=interfaces.INPUT_MODE)

If we render the widget we get a text area element instead of a simple input element, but also with a text area:

>>> print(widget.render())
<input type="file" id="widget.id" name="widget.name"
       class="file-widget" />
<input name="widget.name.encoding" type="hidden" value="plain">
<textarea name="widget.name.testing" style="display: none;"><!--
   nothing here --></textarea>

Let’s now make sure that we can extract user entered data from a widget:

>>> try:
...   from cStringIO import cStringIO as BytesIO
... except ImportError:
...     from io import BytesIO
>>> myfile = BytesIO(b'My file contents.')
>>> widget.request = TestRequest(form={'widget.name': myfile})
>>> widget.update()
>>> isinstance(widget.extract(), BytesIO)
True

If nothing is found in the request, the default is returned:

>>> widget.request = TestRequest()
>>> widget.update()
>>> widget.extract()
<NO_VALUE>

Make also sure that we can handle FileUpload objects given from a file upload.

>>> from zope.publisher.browser import FileUpload

Let’s define a FieldStorage stub:

>>> class FieldStorageStub:
...     def __init__(self, file):
...         self.file = file
...         self.headers = {}
...         self.filename = 'foo.bar'

Now build a FileUpload:

>>> myfile = BytesIO(b'File upload contents.')
>>> aFieldStorage = FieldStorageStub(myfile)
>>> myUpload = FileUpload(aFieldStorage)
>>> widget.request = TestRequest(form={'widget.name': myUpload})
>>> widget.update()
>>> widget.extract()
<zope.publisher.browser.FileUpload object at ...>

If we render them, we get a regular file upload widget:

>>> print(widget.render())
<input type="file" id="widget.id" name="widget.name"
       class="file-widget" />
<input name="widget.name.encoding" type="hidden" value="plain">
<textarea name="widget.name.testing" style="display: none;"><!--
   nothing here --></textarea>

Alternatively, we can also pass in the file upload content via the testing text area:

>>> widget.request = TestRequest(
...     form={'widget.name.testing': 'File upload contents.'})
>>> widget.update()
>>> widget.extract()
<NO_VALUE>

The extract method uses the request directly, but we can get the value using the data converter.

>>> from z3c.form import testing
>>> import zope.schema
>>> conv = testing.TestingFileUploadDataConverter(
...     zope.schema.Bytes(), widget)
>>> conv
<TestingFileUploadDataConverter converts from Bytes to FileWidget>
>>> conv.toFieldValue("")
'File upload contents.'