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UI/API/Tests/Functional/ProxyLoginTest.php (1 issue)

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<?php
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namespace App\Containers\User\UI\API\Tests\Functional;
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use App\Containers\Authentication\Tests\ApiTestCase;
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use Illuminate\Support\Facades\Config;
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use Illuminate\Support\Facades\DB;
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/**
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 * Class ProxyLoginTest
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 *
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 * @group authorization
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 * @group api
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 *
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 * @author  Mahmoud Zalt  <[email protected]>
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 */
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class ProxyLoginTest extends ApiTestCase
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{
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    protected $endpoint; // testing multiple endpoints form the tests
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    protected $access = [
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        'permissions' => '',
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        'roles'       => '',
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    ];
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    private $testingFilesCreated = false;
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    /**
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     * @test
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     */
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    public function testClientWebAdminProxyLogin_()
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    {
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        $endpoint = '[email protected]/clients/web/admin/login';
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        // create data to be used for creating the testing user and to be sent with the post request
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        $data = [
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            'email'    => '[email protected]',
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            'password' => 'testingpass'
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        ];
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        $user = $this->getTestingUser($data);
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        $this->actingAs($user, 'web');
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        $clientId = '100';
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        $clientSecret = 'XXp8x4QK7d3J9R7OVRXWrhc19XPRroHTTKIbY8XX';
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        // create client
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        DB::table('oauth_clients')->insert([
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            [
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                'id'                     => $clientId,
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                'secret'                 => $clientSecret,
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                'name'                   => 'Testing',
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                'redirect'               => 'http://localhost',
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                'password_client'        => '1',
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                'personal_access_client' => '0',
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                'revoked'                => '0',
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            ],
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        ]);
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        // make the clients credentials available as env variables
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        Config::set('authentication-container.clients.web.admin.id', $clientId);
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        Config::set('authentication-container.clients.web.admin.secret', $clientSecret);
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        // create testing oauth keys files
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        $publicFilePath = $this->createTestingKey('oauth-public.key');
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        $privateFilePath = $this->createTestingKey('oauth-private.key');
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        $response = $this->endpoint($endpoint)->makeCall($data);
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        $response->assertStatus(200);
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        $response->assertCookie('refreshToken');
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        $this->assertResponseContainKeyValue([
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            'token_type' => 'Bearer',
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        ]);
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        $this->assertResponseContainKeys(['expires_in', 'access_token']);
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        // delete testing keys files if they were created for this test
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        if ($this->testingFilesCreated) {
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            unlink($publicFilePath);
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            unlink($privateFilePath);
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        }
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    }
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    /**
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     * @test
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     */
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    public function testLoginWithNameAttribute_()
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    {
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        $endpoint = '[email protected]/clients/web/admin/login';
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        // create data to be used for creating the testing user and to be sent with the post request
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        $data = [
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            'email'    => '[email protected]',
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            'password' => 'testingpass',
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            'name'     => 'username',
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        ];
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        $user = $this->getTestingUser($data);
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        $this->actingAs($user, 'web');
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        $clientId = '100';
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        $clientSecret = 'XXp8x4QK7d3J9R7OVRXWrhc19XPRroHTTKIbY8XX';
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        // create client
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        DB::table('oauth_clients')->insert([
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            [
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                'id'                     => $clientId,
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                'secret'                 => $clientSecret,
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                'name'                   => 'Testing',
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                'redirect'               => 'http://localhost',
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                'password_client'        => '1',
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                'personal_access_client' => '0',
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                'revoked'                => '0',
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            ],
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        ]);
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        // make the clients credentials available as env variables
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        Config::set('authentication-container.clients.web.admin.id', $clientId);
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        Config::set('authentication-container.clients.web.admin.secret', $clientSecret);
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        // specifically allow to login with "name" attribute
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        Config::set('authentication-container.login.allowed_login_attributes',
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            [
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                'email' => ['email'],
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                'name' => [],
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            ]
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        );
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        // create testing oauth keys files
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        $publicFilePath = $this->createTestingKey('oauth-public.key');
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        $privateFilePath = $this->createTestingKey('oauth-private.key');
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        $request = [
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            'password' => 'testingpass',
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            'name'     => 'username',
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        ];
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        $response = $this->endpoint($endpoint)->makeCall($request);
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        $response->assertStatus(200);
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        $response->assertCookie('refreshToken');
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        $this->assertResponseContainKeyValue([
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            'token_type' => 'Bearer',
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        ]);
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        $this->assertResponseContainKeys(['expires_in', 'access_token']);
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        // delete testing keys files if they were created for this test
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        if ($this->testingFilesCreated) {
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            unlink($publicFilePath);
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            unlink($privateFilePath);
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        }
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    }
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    /**
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     * @test
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     */
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    public function testLoginWithDeviceAttribute_()
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    {
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        $endpoint = 'p[email protected]/clients/web/admin/login';
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        // create data to be used for creating the testing user and to be sent with the post request
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        $data = [
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            'email'    => '[email protected]',
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            'password' => 'testingpass',
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            'name'     => 'username',
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        ];
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        $user = $this->getTestingUser($data);
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        $this->actingAs($user, 'web');
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        $clientId = '100';
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        $clientSecret = 'XXp8x4QK7d3J9R7OVRXWrhc19XPRroHTTKIbY8XX';
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        // create client
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        DB::table('oauth_clients')->insert([
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            [
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                'id'                     => $clientId,
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                'secret'                 => $clientSecret,
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                'name'                   => 'Testing',
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                'redirect'               => 'http://localhost',
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                'password_client'        => '1',
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                'personal_access_client' => '0',
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                'revoked'                => '0',
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            ],
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        ]);
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        // make the clients credentials available as env variables
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        Config::set('authentication-container.clients.web.admin.id', $clientId);
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        Config::set('authentication-container.clients.web.admin.secret', $clientSecret);
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        // create testing oauth keys files
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        $publicFilePath = $this->createTestingKey('oauth-public.key');
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        $privateFilePath = $this->createTestingKey('oauth-private.key');
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        $request = [
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            'password' => 'testingpass',
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            'device'   => 'My Fancy Device',
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        ];
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        $response = $this->endpoint($endpoint)->makeCall($request);
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        // we test for HTTP 400 because the user is not allowed to login via name attribute
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        $response->assertStatus(400);
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        // delete testing keys files if they were created for this test
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        if ($this->testingFilesCreated) {
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            unlink($publicFilePath);
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            unlink($privateFilePath);
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        }
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    }
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    /**
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     * @test
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     */
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    public function testClientWebAdminProxyUnconfirmedLogin_()
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    {
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        $endpoint = '[email protected]/clients/web/admin/login';
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        // create data to be used for creating the testing user and to be sent with the post request
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        $data = [
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            'email'     => '[email protected]',
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            'password'  => 'testingpass',
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            'confirmed' => false,
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        ];
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        $user = $this->getTestingUser($data);
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        $this->actingAs($user, 'web');
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        $clientId = '100';
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        $clientSecret = 'XXp8x4QK7d3J9R7OVRXWrhc19XPRroHTTKIbY8XX';
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        // create client
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        DB::table('oauth_clients')->insert([
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            [
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                'id'                     => $clientId,
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                'secret'                 => $clientSecret,
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                'name'                   => 'Testing',
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                'redirect'               => 'http://localhost',
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                'password_client'        => '1',
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                'personal_access_client' => '0',
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                'revoked'                => '0',
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            ],
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        ]);
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        // make the clients credentials available as env variables
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        Config::set('authentication-container.clients.web.admin.id', $clientId);
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        Config::set('authentication-container.clients.web.admin.secret', $clientSecret);
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        // create testing oauth keys files
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        $publicFilePath = $this->createTestingKey('oauth-public.key');
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        $privateFilePath = $this->createTestingKey('oauth-private.key');
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        $response = $this->endpoint($endpoint)->makeCall($data);
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        if (Config::get('authentication-container.require_email_confirmation')) {
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            $response->assertStatus(409);
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            $response->assertStatus(200);
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        }
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        // delete testing keys files if they were created for this test
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            unlink($publicFilePath);
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    }
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    /**
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     * @param $fileName
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     */
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    {
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        $filePath = storage_path($fileName);
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        if (!file_exists($filePath)) {
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            $keysStubDirectory = __DIR__ . '/Stubs/';
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            copy($keysStubDirectory . $fileName, $filePath);
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            $this->testingFilesCreated = true;
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        }
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        return $filePath;
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    }
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}
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