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# Copyright 2016 The Chromium OS Authors. All rights reserved.
# Use of this source code is governed by a BSD-style license that can be
# found in the LICENSE file.
"""
Server side bluetooth tests on adapter pairing and connecting to a bluetooth
HID device.
"""
import logging
from autotest_lib.client.common_lib import error
from autotest_lib.server.cros.bluetooth import bluetooth_adapter_pairing_tests
from autotest_lib.server.cros.multimedia import remote_facade_factory
class bluetooth_AdapterPairing(
bluetooth_adapter_pairing_tests.BluetoothAdapterPairingTests):
"""Server side bluetooth adapter pairing and connecting to bluetooth device
This test tries to verify that the adapter of the DUT could
pair and connect to a bluetooth HID device correctly.
"""
def run_once(self, host, device_type, num_iterations=1, min_pass_count=1,
pairing_twice=False, suspend_resume=False, reboot=False):
"""Running Bluetooth adapter tests about pairing to a device.
@param host: the DUT, usually a chromebook
@param device_type : the bluetooth HID device type, e.g., 'MOUSE'
@param num_iterations: the number of rounds to execute the test
@param min_pass_count: the minimal pass count to pass this test
@param pairing_twice: True if the host tries to pair the device
again after the paired device is removed.
@param suspend_resume: True if the host suspends/resumes after
pairing.
@param reboot: True if the host reboots after pairing.
"""
self.host = host
factory = remote_facade_factory.RemoteFacadeFactory(host)
self.bluetooth_facade = factory.create_bluetooth_hid_facade()
self.input_facade = factory.create_input_facade()
self.check_chameleon()
pass_count = 0
self.total_fails = {}
for iteration in xrange(1, num_iterations + 1):
self.fails = []
# Get the device object and query some important properties.
device = self.get_device(device_type)
self.pairing_test(device, pairing_twice, suspend_resume, reboot)
if bool(self.fails):
self.total_fails['Round %d' % iteration] = self.fails
else:
pass_count += 1
fail_count = iteration - pass_count
logging.info('=== (pass = %d, fail = %d) / total %d ===\n',
pass_count, fail_count, num_iterations)
if pass_count < min_pass_count:
raise error.TestFail(self.total_fails)