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import os

from wlauto import AndroidUxPerfWorkload, Parameter
from wlauto.exceptions import ValidationError, WorkloadError

[docs]class Gmail(AndroidUxPerfWorkload): name = 'gmail' package = '' activity = '' view = [package + '/', package + '/'] description = ''' A workload to perform standard productivity tasks within Gmail. The workload carries out various tasks, such as creating new emails, attaching images and sending them. Test description: 1. Open Gmail application 2. Click to create New mail 3. Attach an image from the local images folder to the email 4. Enter recipient details in the To field 5. Enter text in the Subject field 6. Enter text in the Compose field 7. Click the Send mail button Known working APK version: ''' parameters = [ Parameter('recipient', kind=str, default='', description=''' The email address of the recipient. Setting a void address will stop any mesage failures clogging up your device inbox '''), Parameter('test_image', kind=str, default='uxperf_1600x1200.jpg', description=''' An image to be copied onto the device that will be attached to the email '''), ] # This workload relies on the internet so check that there is a working # internet connection requires_network = True def initialize(self, context): if self.device.get_sdk_version() >= 24 and '' not in self.device.list_packages(): raise WorkloadError('gmail workload requires Google Photos to be installed for Android N onwards') def __init__(self, device, **kwargs): super(Gmail, self).__init__(device, **kwargs) self.deployable_assets = [self.test_image] self.clean_assets = True def validate(self): super(Gmail, self).validate() self.uiauto_params['recipient'] = self.recipient # Only accept certain image formats if os.path.splitext(self.test_image.lower())[1] not in ['.jpg', '.jpeg', '.png']: raise ValidationError('{} must be a JPEG or PNG file'.format(self.test_image))