Document everything with YARD and fix some bugs along the way.
[mailshears.git] / lib / mv / plugins / agendav.rb
index 112fa2ab52f307e6dcff9fbe3e65f93f213ed7d5..80ab1b6013c4096395ff0ec33a96a02dc023ddb0 100644 (file)
@@ -3,41 +3,43 @@ require 'pg'
 require 'common/agendav_plugin'
 require 'mv/mv_plugin'
 
+
+# Handle moving (renaming) Agendav users in its database. Agendav has
+# no concept of domains.
+#
 class AgendavMv
 
   include AgendavPlugin
   include MvPlugin
 
-
-  def mv_domain(from, to)
-    # AgenDAV doesn't have a concept of domains.
-  end
-
-  def mv_user(from, to)
-    sql_queries = ['UPDATE prefs SET username = $1 WHERE username $2;']
+  # Move the user *src* to *dst* within the Agendav database. This
+  # should "rename" him in _every_ table where he is referenced.
+  #
+  # This can fail is *src* does not exist, or if *dst* already exists
+  # before the move. It should also be an error if the destination
+  # domain doesn't exist. But Agendav doesn't know about domains, so
+  # we let that slide.
+  #
+  # @param src [User] the source user to be moved.
+  #
+  # @param dst [User] the destination user being moved to.
+  #
+  def mv_user(src, dst)
+    raise NonexistentUserError.new(src.to_s()) if not user_exists(src)
+    raise UserAlreadyExistsError.new(dst.to_s()) if user_exists(dst)
+
+    sql_queries = ['UPDATE prefs SET username = $1 WHERE username = $2;']
     sql_queries << 'UPDATE shared SET user_from = $1 WHERE user_from = $2;'
     sql_queries << 'UPDATE shared SET user_which = $1 WHERE user_which = $2;'
 
-    begin
-      connection = PGconn.connect(@db_host,
-                                  @db_port,
-                                  @db_opts,
-                                  @db_tty,
-                                  @db_name,
-                                  @db_user,
-                                  @db_pass)
-
-      sql_queries.each do |sql_query|
-        connection.query(sql_query, [to, from])
-      end
-
-      connection.close()
+    connection = PGconn.connect(@db_host, @db_port, @db_opts, @db_tty,
+                                @db_name, @db_user, @db_pass)
 
-    rescue PGError => e
-      # Pretend like we're database-agnostic in case we ever are.
-      raise DatabaseError.new(e)
+    sql_queries.each do |sql_query|
+      connection.query(sql_query, [dst.to_s(), src.to_s()])
     end
 
+    connection.close()
   end
 
 end