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  • This test gets skipped with pattern: (os == "win" && processor == "aarch64") toolkit == 'android'
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<title>Test Encrypted Media Extensions access can be gated by application</title>
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// These test cases should be used to make a request to
// requestMediaKeySystemAccess and have the following members:
// name: a name describing the test.
// askAppApproval: used to set prefs such so that Gecko will ask for app
// approval for EME if true, or not if false.
// appApproves: used to set prefs to simulate app approval of permission
// request, true if the app approves the request, false if not.
// expectedKeySystemAccess: true if we expect to be granted key system access,
// false if not.
const testCases = [
{
name: "Don't check for app approval",
askAppApproval: false,
expectedKeySystemAccess: true,
},
{
name: "Check for app approval and app denies request",
askAppApproval: true,
appApproves: false,
expectedKeySystemAccess: false,
},
{
name: "Check for app approval and app allows request",
askAppApproval: true,
appApproves: true,
expectedKeySystemAccess: true,
},
];
// Options for requestMediaKeySystemAccess that are expected to work.
const options = [{
initDataTypes: ['webm'],
audioCapabilities: [
{ contentType: 'audio/webm; codecs="opus"' },
],
videoCapabilities: [
{ contentType: 'video/webm; codecs="vp8"' }
]
}];
async function setTestPrefs({askAppApproval, appApproves}) {
if (!askAppApproval) {
// Test doesn't want app approval, set pref so we don't ask and unset prefs
// used to determine permission response as we don't need them.
await SpecialPowers.pushPrefEnv({
set: [["media.eme.require-app-approval", false]],
clear: [
["media.eme.require-app-approval.prompt.testing"],
["media.eme.require-app-approval.prompt.testing.allow"],
]
});
return;
}
// Test wants app approval, and will approve deny requests per appApproces
// value, set prefs accordingly.
await SpecialPowers.pushPrefEnv({
set: [
["media.eme.require-app-approval", true],
["media.eme.require-app-approval.prompt.testing", true],
["media.eme.require-app-approval.prompt.testing.allow", appApproves],
],
});
}
// Run a test case that makes a single requestMediaKeySystemAccess call. The
// outcome of such a test run should depend on the test case's setting of
// preferences controlling the eme app approval.
async function testSingleRequest(testCase) {
await setTestPrefs(testCase);
try {
await navigator.requestMediaKeySystemAccess(CLEARKEY_KEYSYSTEM, options);
ok(testCase.expectedKeySystemAccess,
`testSingleRequest ${testCase.name}: allowed media key system access.`);
} catch(e) {
is(e.name,
"NotSupportedError",
"Should get NotSupportedError when request is blocked.");
is(e.message,
"The application embedding this user agent has blocked MediaKeySystemAccess",
"Should get blocked error message.");
ok(!testCase.expectedKeySystemAccess,
`testSingleRequest ${testCase.name}: denied media key system access.`);
}
}
// Run a test case that, but using invalid arguments for
// requestMediaKeySystemAccess. Because we expect the args to be checked
// before requesting app approval, this test ensures that we always fail when
// using bad args, regardless of the app approval prefs set.
async function testRequestWithInvalidArgs(testCase) {
const badOptions = [{
initDataTypes: ['badType'],
audioCapabilities: [
{ contentType: 'audio/webm; codecs="notACodec"' },
],
videoCapabilities: [
{ contentType: 'video/webm; codecs="notACodec"' }
]
}];
await setTestPrefs(testCase);
// Check that calls with a bad key system fail.
try {
await navigator.requestMediaKeySystemAccess("BadKeySystem", options);
ok(false,
`testRequestWithInvalidArgs ${testCase.name}: should not get access when using bad key system.`);
} catch(e) {
is(e.name,
"NotSupportedError",
"Should get NotSupportedError using bad key system.");
is(e.message,
"Key system is unsupported",
"Should get not supported key system error message.");
}
// Check that calls with the bad options fail.
try {
await navigator.requestMediaKeySystemAccess(CLEARKEY_KEYSYSTEM, badOptions);
ok(false,
`testRequestWithInvalidArgs ${testCase.name}: should not get access when using bad options.`);
} catch(e) {
is(e.name,
"NotSupportedError",
"Should get NotSupportedError using bad options.");
is(e.message,
"Key system configuration is not supported",
"Should get not supported config error message.");
}
}
// Run a test case and make multiple requests with the same case. Check that
// all requests are resolved with the expected outcome.
async function testMultipleRequests(testCase) {
// Number of requests to concurrently make.
const NUM_REQUESTS = 5;
await setTestPrefs(testCase);
let resolveHandler = () => {
ok(testCase.expectedKeySystemAccess,
`testMultipleRequests ${testCase.name}: allowed media key system access.`);
}
let rejectHandler = e => {
is(e.name,
"NotSupportedError",
"Should get NotSupportedError when request is blocked.");
is(e.message,
"The application embedding this user agent has blocked MediaKeySystemAccess",
"Should get blocked error message.");
ok(!testCase.expectedKeySystemAccess,
`testMultipleRequests ${testCase.name}: denied media key system access.`);
}
let accessPromises = [];
for(let i = 0; i < NUM_REQUESTS; i++) {
// Request access then chain to our resolve and reject handlers. The
// handlers assert test state then resolve the promise chain. Ensuring the
// chain is always resolved allows us to correctly await all outstanding
// requests -- otherwise rejects short circuit the Promise.all call below.
let accessPromise = navigator.requestMediaKeySystemAccess(CLEARKEY_KEYSYSTEM, options)
.then(resolveHandler, rejectHandler);
accessPromises.push(accessPromise);
}
// Wait for all promises to be resolved. If not, we'll time out. Because
// our reject handler chains back into a resolved promise, this should wait
// for all requests to be serviced, even when requestMediaKeySystemAccess's
// promise is rejected.
await Promise.all(accessPromises);
}
async function beginTest() {
// The tests rely on prefs being set, so run them in sequence. If we run in
// parallel the tests break each other by overriding prefs.
for (const testCase of testCases) {
await testSingleRequest(testCase);
}
for (const testCase of testCases) {
await testRequestWithInvalidArgs(testCase);
}
for (const testCase of testCases) {
await testMultipleRequests(testCase);
}
SimpleTest.finish();
}
SimpleTest.waitForExplicitFinish();
SetupEMEPref(beginTest);
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