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# This Source Code Form is subject to the terms of the Mozilla Public
# License, v. 2.0. If a copy of the MPL was not distributed with this
# file, You can obtain one at http://mozilla.org/MPL/2.0/.
from __future__ import absolute_import
from marionette_driver.keys import Keys
from marionette_harness import MarionetteTestCase, WindowManagerMixin
class SessionStoreTestCase(WindowManagerMixin, MarionetteTestCase):
def setUp(
self,
startup_page=1,
include_private=True,
no_auto_updates=True,
win_register_restart=False,
):
super(SessionStoreTestCase, self).setUp()
self.marionette.set_context("chrome")
platform = self.marionette.session_capabilities["platformName"]
self.accelKey = Keys.META if platform == "mac" else Keys.CONTROL
# Each list element represents a window of tabs loaded at
# some testing URL
self.test_windows = set(
[
# Window 1. Note the comma after the absolute_url call -
# this is Python's way of declaring a 1 item tuple.
(self.marionette.absolute_url("layout/mozilla.html"),),
# Window 2
(
self.marionette.absolute_url("layout/mozilla_organizations.html"),
self.marionette.absolute_url("layout/mozilla_community.html"),
),
# Window 3
(
self.marionette.absolute_url("layout/mozilla_governance.html"),
self.marionette.absolute_url("layout/mozilla_grants.html"),
),
]
)
self.private_windows = set(
[
(
self.marionette.absolute_url("layout/mozilla_mission.html"),
self.marionette.absolute_url("layout/mozilla_organizations.html"),
),
(
self.marionette.absolute_url("layout/mozilla_projects.html"),
self.marionette.absolute_url("layout/mozilla_mission.html"),
),
]
)
self.marionette.enforce_gecko_prefs(
{
# Set browser restore previous session pref,
# depending on what the test requires.
"browser.startup.page": startup_page,
# Make the content load right away instead of waiting for
# the user to click on the background tabs
"browser.sessionstore.restore_on_demand": False,
# Avoid race conditions by having the content process never
# send us session updates unless the parent has explicitly asked
# for them via the TabStateFlusher.
"browser.sessionstore.debug.no_auto_updates": no_auto_updates,
# Whether to enable the register application restart mechanism.
"toolkit.winRegisterApplicationRestart": win_register_restart,
}
)
self.all_windows = self.test_windows.copy()
self.open_windows(self.test_windows)
if include_private:
self.all_windows.update(self.private_windows)
self.open_windows(self.private_windows, is_private=True)
def tearDown(self):
try:
# Create a fresh profile for subsequent tests.
self.marionette.restart(clean=True)
finally:
super(SessionStoreTestCase, self).tearDown()
def open_windows(self, window_sets, is_private=False):
"""Open a set of windows with tabs pointing at some URLs.
@param window_sets (list)
A set of URL tuples. Each tuple within window_sets
represents a window, and each URL in the URL
tuples represents what will be loaded in a tab.
Note that if is_private is False, then the first
URL tuple will be opened in the current window, and
subequent tuples will be opened in new windows.
Example:
set(
(self.marionette.absolute_url('layout/mozilla_1.html'),
self.marionette.absolute_url('layout/mozilla_2.html')),
(self.marionette.absolute_url('layout/mozilla_3.html'),
self.marionette.absolute_url('layout/mozilla_4.html')),
)
This would take the currently open window, and load
mozilla_1.html and mozilla_2.html in new tabs. It would
then open a new, second window, and load tabs at
mozilla_3.html and mozilla_4.html.
@param is_private (boolean, optional)
Whether or not any new windows should be a private browsing
windows.
"""
if is_private:
win = self.open_window(private=True)
self.marionette.switch_to_window(win)
else:
win = self.marionette.current_chrome_window_handle
for index, urls in enumerate(window_sets):
if index > 0:
win = self.open_window(private=is_private)
self.marionette.switch_to_window(win)
self.open_tabs(win, urls)
def open_tabs(self, win, urls):
"""Open a set of URLs inside a window in new tabs.
@param win (browser window)
The browser window to load the tabs in.
@param urls (tuple)
A tuple of URLs to load in this window. The
first URL will be loaded in the currently selected
browser tab. Subsequent URLs will be loaded in
new tabs.
"""
# If there are any remaining URLs for this window,
# open some new tabs and navigate to them.
with self.marionette.using_context("content"):
if isinstance(urls, str):
self.marionette.navigate(urls)
else:
for index, url in enumerate(urls):
if index > 0:
tab = self.open_tab()
self.marionette.switch_to_window(tab)
self.marionette.navigate(url)
def get_urls_for_window(self, win):
orig_handle = self.marionette.current_chrome_window_handle
try:
with self.marionette.using_context("chrome"):
self.marionette.switch_to_window(win)
return self.marionette.execute_script(
"""
return gBrowser.tabs.map(tab => {
return tab.linkedBrowser.currentURI.spec;
});
"""
)
finally:
self.marionette.switch_to_window(orig_handle)
def convert_open_windows_to_set(self):
# There's no guarantee that Marionette will return us an
# iterator for the opened windows that will match the
# order within our window list. Instead, we'll convert
# the list of URLs within each open window to a set of
# tuples that will allow us to do a direct comparison
# while allowing the windows to be in any order.
opened_windows = set()
for win in self.marionette.chrome_window_handles:
urls = tuple(self.get_urls_for_window(win))
opened_windows.add(urls)
return opened_windows
def simulate_os_shutdown(self):
"""Simulate an OS shutdown.
:raises: Exception: if not supported on the current platform
:raises: WindowsError: if a Windows API call failed
"""
if self.marionette.session_capabilities["platformName"] != "windows":
raise Exception("Unsupported platform for simulate_os_shutdown")
self._shutdown_with_windows_restart_manager(self.marionette.process_id)
def _shutdown_with_windows_restart_manager(self, pid):
"""Shut down a process using the Windows Restart Manager.
When Windows shuts down, it uses a protocol including the
WM_QUERYENDSESSION and WM_ENDSESSION messages to give
applications a chance to shut down safely. The best way to
simulate this is via the Restart Manager, which allows a process
(such as an installer) to use the same mechanism to shut down
any other processes which are using registered resources.
This function starts a Restart Manager session, registers the
process as a resource, and shuts down the process.
:param pid: The process id (int) of the process to shutdown
:raises: WindowsError: if a Windows API call fails
"""
import ctypes
from ctypes import Structure, POINTER, WINFUNCTYPE, windll, pointer, WinError
from ctypes.wintypes import HANDLE, DWORD, BOOL, WCHAR, UINT, ULONG, LPCWSTR
# set up Windows SDK types
OpenProcess = windll.kernel32.OpenProcess
OpenProcess.restype = HANDLE
OpenProcess.argtypes = [
DWORD, # dwDesiredAccess
BOOL, # bInheritHandle
DWORD,
] # dwProcessId
PROCESS_QUERY_INFORMATION = 0x0400
class FILETIME(Structure):
_fields_ = [("dwLowDateTime", DWORD), ("dwHighDateTime", DWORD)]
LPFILETIME = POINTER(FILETIME)
GetProcessTimes = windll.kernel32.GetProcessTimes
GetProcessTimes.restype = BOOL
GetProcessTimes.argtypes = [
HANDLE, # hProcess
LPFILETIME, # lpCreationTime
LPFILETIME, # lpExitTime
LPFILETIME, # lpKernelTime
LPFILETIME,
] # lpUserTime
ERROR_SUCCESS = 0
class RM_UNIQUE_PROCESS(Structure):
_fields_ = [("dwProcessId", DWORD), ("ProcessStartTime", FILETIME)]
RmStartSession = windll.rstrtmgr.RmStartSession
RmStartSession.restype = DWORD
RmStartSession.argtypes = [
POINTER(DWORD), # pSessionHandle
DWORD, # dwSessionFlags
POINTER(WCHAR),
] # strSessionKey
class GUID(ctypes.Structure):
_fields_ = [
("Data1", ctypes.c_ulong),
("Data2", ctypes.c_ushort),
("Data3", ctypes.c_ushort),
("Data4", ctypes.c_ubyte * 8),
]
CCH_RM_SESSION_KEY = ctypes.sizeof(GUID) * 2
RmRegisterResources = windll.rstrtmgr.RmRegisterResources
RmRegisterResources.restype = DWORD
RmRegisterResources.argtypes = [
DWORD, # dwSessionHandle
UINT, # nFiles
POINTER(LPCWSTR), # rgsFilenames
UINT, # nApplications
POINTER(RM_UNIQUE_PROCESS), # rgApplications
UINT, # nServices
POINTER(LPCWSTR),
] # rgsServiceNames
RM_WRITE_STATUS_CALLBACK = WINFUNCTYPE(None, UINT)
RmShutdown = windll.rstrtmgr.RmShutdown
RmShutdown.restype = DWORD
RmShutdown.argtypes = [
DWORD, # dwSessionHandle
ULONG, # lActionFlags
RM_WRITE_STATUS_CALLBACK,
] # fnStatus
RmEndSession = windll.rstrtmgr.RmEndSession
RmEndSession.restype = DWORD
RmEndSession.argtypes = [DWORD] # dwSessionHandle
# Get the info needed to uniquely identify the process
hProc = OpenProcess(PROCESS_QUERY_INFORMATION, False, pid)
if not hProc:
raise WinError()
creationTime = FILETIME()
exitTime = FILETIME()
kernelTime = FILETIME()
userTime = FILETIME()
if not GetProcessTimes(
hProc,
pointer(creationTime),
pointer(exitTime),
pointer(kernelTime),
pointer(userTime),
):
raise WinError()
# Start the Restart Manager Session
dwSessionHandle = DWORD()
sessionKeyType = WCHAR * (CCH_RM_SESSION_KEY + 1)
sessionKey = sessionKeyType()
if RmStartSession(pointer(dwSessionHandle), 0, sessionKey) != ERROR_SUCCESS:
raise WinError()
try:
UProcs_count = 1
UProcsArrayType = RM_UNIQUE_PROCESS * UProcs_count
UProcs = UProcsArrayType(RM_UNIQUE_PROCESS(pid, creationTime))
# Register the process as a resource
if (
RmRegisterResources(
dwSessionHandle, 0, None, UProcs_count, UProcs, 0, None
)
!= ERROR_SUCCESS
):
raise WinError()
# Shut down all processes using registered resources
if (
RmShutdown(
dwSessionHandle, 0, ctypes.cast(None, RM_WRITE_STATUS_CALLBACK)
)
!= ERROR_SUCCESS
):
raise WinError()
finally:
RmEndSession(dwSessionHandle)
def windows_shutdown_with_variety(self, restart_by_os, expect_restore):
"""Test restoring windows after Windows shutdown.
Opens a set of windows, both standard and private, with
some number of tabs in them. Once the tabs have loaded, shuts down
the browser with the Windows Restart Manager and restarts the browser.
This specifically exercises the Windows synchronous shutdown mechanism,
which terminates the process in response to the Restart Manager's
WM_ENDSESSION message.
If restart_by_os is True, the -os-restarted arg is passed when restarting,
simulating being automatically restarted by the Restart Manager.
If expect_restore is True, this ensures that the standard tabs have been
restored, and that the private ones have not. Otherwise it ensures that
no tabs and windows have been restored.
"""
current_windows_set = self.convert_open_windows_to_set()
self.assertEqual(
current_windows_set,
self.all_windows,
msg="Not all requested windows have been opened. Expected {}, got {}.".format(
self.all_windows, current_windows_set
),
)
self.marionette.quit(in_app=True, callback=lambda: self.simulate_os_shutdown())
saved_args = self.marionette.instance.app_args
try:
if restart_by_os:
self.marionette.instance.app_args = ["-os-restarted"]
self.marionette.start_session()
self.marionette.set_context("chrome")
finally:
self.marionette.instance.app_args = saved_args
current_windows_set = self.convert_open_windows_to_set()
if expect_restore:
self.assertEqual(
current_windows_set,
self.test_windows,
msg="""Non private browsing windows should have
been restored. Expected {}, got {}.
""".format(
self.test_windows, current_windows_set
),
)
else:
self.assertEqual(
len(self.marionette.chrome_window_handles),
1,
msg="Windows from last session shouldn`t have been restored.",
)
self.assertEqual(
len(self.marionette.window_handles),
1,
msg="Tabs from last session shouldn`t have been restored.",
)