Commit b5c14dc7 authored by Marcin Siodelski's avatar Marcin Siodelski
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[5077] Provided unit test for extraneous data in the HTTP request.

parent 0ad263c4
......@@ -76,7 +76,14 @@ public:
/// internal buffer. This method returns control to the caller when the parser
/// runs out of data in this buffer. The caller must feed the buffer by calling
/// @ref HttpRequestParser::postBuffer and then run @ref HttpRequestParser::poll
//// again.
/// again.
/// In case the caller provides more data than indicated by the "Content-Length"
/// header the parser will return from poll() after parsing the data which
/// constitute the HTTP request and not parse the extraneous data. The caller
/// should test the @ref HttpRequestParser::needData and
/// @ref HttpRequestParser::httpParseOk to determine whether parsing has
/// completed.
/// The @ref util::StateModel::runModel must not be used to run the
/// @ref HttpRequestParser state machine, thus it is made private method.
......@@ -130,6 +130,47 @@ TEST_F(HttpRequestParserTest, postHttpRequestWithJson) {
EXPECT_EQ("shutdown", json_element->stringValue());
// This test verifies that extranous data in the request will not cause
// an error if "Content-Length" value refers to the length of the valid
// part of the request.
TEST_F(HttpRequestParserTest, extraneousDataInRequest) {
std::string http_req = "POST /foo/bar HTTP/1.0\r\n"
"Content-Type: application/json\r\n";
std::string json = "{ \"service\": \"dhcp4\", \"command\": \"shutdown\" }";
// Create valid request;
http_req = createRequestString(http_req, json);
// Add some garbage at the end.
http_req += "some stuff which, if parsed, will cause errors";
// Create HTTP request which accepts POST method and JSON as a body.
PostHttpRequestJson request;
// Create a parser and make it use the request we created.
HttpRequestParser parser(request);
// Feed the parser with the request containing some garbage at the end.
parser.postBuffer(&http_req[0], http_req.size());
// The parser should only parse the valid part of the request as indicated
// by the Content-Length.
// There should be no error message.
// Do another poll() to see if the parser will parse the garbage. We
// expect that it doesn't.
// This test verifies that LWS is parsed correctly. The LWS marks line breaks
// in the HTTP header values.
TEST_F(HttpRequestParserTest, getLWS) {
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