Trying to fix my tests

I didn’t really run my tests as I changed my application, and now have and one broken. I fixed the others so far.

What is happening?

I am running a scenario where I am “updating a user” however on the updateUser function if I have a requireOwnership function before like so.

api/src/services/users/users.ts

export const updateUser: MutationResolvers['updateUser'] = async ({
  id,
  input,
}) => {
  await requireOwnership(id)

  return db.user.update({
    data: input,
    where: { id },
  })
}

That requireOwnership function looks like the following

api/src/lib/owner.ts

import { ForbiddenError } from '@redwoodjs/graphql-server'
import { db } from 'src/lib/db'

export const requireOwnership = async (id) => {
  const user = await db.user.findUnique({
    where: { id: id },
  })

  console.log(context)

  const uuid = context.currentUser.user.uuid

  if (context.currentUser.roles[0] === 'ADMIN') {
    return
  }

  if (!user || user.uuid !== uuid) {
    throw new ForbiddenError("You don't own this resource.")
  }
}

The problem I am having is the context is not being set. What I attempted to do was use setContext in my test.

api/src/services/users/users.test.ts

import { setContext } from '@redwoodjs/graphql-server'


const MOCKED_USER = {
  user: {id:123, uuid: 'String3757979', email: 'String1761590'}
}

setContext({
  currentUser: MOCKED_USER,
})

describe('users', () => {
  scenario('updates a user', async (scenario: StandardScenario) => {
    const original = await user({ id: scenario.user.one.id })
    const result = await updateUser({
      id: original.id,
      input: { uuid: 'String52764902' },
    })

    expect(result.uuid).toEqual('String52764902')
  })
})

The error I get is that

TypeError: Cannot read properties of undefined (reading 'user')

       9 |   console.log(context)
      10 |
    > 11 |   const uuid = context.currentUser.user.uuid
         |                                    ^
      12 |
      13 |   if (context.currentUser.roles[0] === 'ADMIN') {
      14 |     return

However since I am console logging the context. I do get the object below. So I am stumped as to why as soon as the context variable is met in the code it fails to traverse to the user object it thinks it’s undefined.

console.log
    {
      currentUser: { user: { id: 123, uuid: 'String3757979', email: 'String1761590' } }
    }

Any help would be appreciated greatly. Thanks