NAME

Test::OpenID::Consumer - setup a simulated OpenID consumer

SYNOPSIS

Test::OpenID::Consumer will provide a consumer to test your OpenID server against. To use it, do something like this:

   use Test::More tests => 1;
   use Test::OpenID::Consumer;
   my $consumer = Test::OpenID::Consumer->new;
   my $url_root = $consumer->started_ok("server started ok");

   $consumer->verify_ok('http://server/identity/openid');

METHODS

new

Create a new test OpenID consumer

ua [OBJECT]

Get/set the LWP useragent to use for fetching pages. Defaults to an instance of LWP::UserAgent::Paranoid with localhost whitelisted.

started_ok

Test whether the consumer's server started, and if it did, return the URL it's at.

METHODS

verify_ok URL [TEST_NAME]

Attempts to verify the given OpenID. At the moment, the verification MUST NOT require any logging in or setup, but it may be supported in the future.

verify_cancelled URL [TEST_NAME]

Like verify_ok, but the test passes if the OpenID verification process is cancelled (i.e. the user chose not to trust the authenticating site).

verify_invalid URL [TEST_NAME]

Like verify_ok but the test passes if the OpenID client is unable to find a valid OpenID identity at the URL given.

INTERAL METHODS

These methods implement the HTTP server (see HTTP::Server::Simple) that the consumer uses. You shouldn't call them.

handle_request

AUTHORS

Thomas Sibley <trs@bestpractical.com>

COPYRIGHT

Copyright (c) 2007, Best Practical Solutions, LLC. All rights reserved.

LICENSE

You may distribute this module under the same terms as Perl 5.8 itself.