Microsoft Fakes and LINQ (Custom Workflow Activity) in CRM

Hi,

Just sharing a sample code to test a custom workflow activity using Microsoft Fakes.

The custom workflow activity uses LINQ.

The custom workflow activity code


public sealed class MyCustomWorkflowActivity : CodeActivity
{
#region Public Properties

[Input("Stage Name")]
public InArgument<string> StageName { get; set; }

#endregion

#region Methods

/// <summary>
/// Executes the workflow activity.
/// </summary>
/// <param name="executionContext">
/// The execution context.
/// </param>
protected override void Execute(CodeActivityContext executionContext)
{
// Create the tracing service
var tracingService = executionContext.GetExtension<ITracingService>();

// Create the context
var context = executionContext.GetExtension<IWorkflowContext>();

var serviceFactory = executionContext.GetExtension<IOrganizationServiceFactory>();

IOrganizationService service = serviceFactory.CreateOrganizationService(context.UserId);

try
{
using (var xrmServiceContext = new XrmServiceContext(service))
{
// get the business process workflow id
var workflow = (from w in xrmServiceContext.WorkflowSet
where w.Name == "Business Process Workflow Name"
select new Workflow { WorkflowId = w.WorkflowId }).FirstOrDefault();

if (workflow != null)
{
// get the stage name from the context's input parameter
var stageName = this.StageName.Get<string>(executionContext);
var stage = (from s in xrmServiceContext.ProcessStageSet
where s.StageName == stageName && s.ProcessId.Id == workflow.WorkflowId
select new ProcessStage { ProcessStageId = s.ProcessStageId }).FirstOrDefault();

if (stage != null)
{
// update the sales state in the case record to which the above business process flow is associated
var incident = new Incident
{
Id = context.PrimaryEntityId,
StageId = stage.ProcessStageId
};
service.Update(incident);
}
}
}
}
catch (FaultException<OrganizationServiceFault> e)
{
tracingService.Trace("Exception: {0}", e.ToString());
throw;
}

}

Unit Test Code


public void UnitTestCustomWorkflowActivity()
{

var workflowUserId = Guid.NewGuid();
var workflowCorrelationId = Guid.NewGuid();
var workflowInitiatingUserId = Guid.NewGuid();

var service = new Microsoft.Xrm.Sdk.Fakes.StubIOrganizationService();

var workflowContext = new Microsoft.Xrm.Sdk.Workflow.Fakes.StubIWorkflowContext();
workflowContext.UserIdGet = () =>
{
return workflowUserId;
};
workflowContext.CorrelationIdGet = () =>
{
return workflowCorrelationId;
};
workflowContext.InitiatingUserIdGet = () =>
{
return workflowInitiatingUserId;
};

// ITracingService
var tracingService = new Microsoft.Xrm.Sdk.Fakes.StubITracingService();
tracingService.TraceStringObjectArray = (f, o) =>
{
Debug.WriteLine(f, o);
};

// IOrganizationServiceFactory
var factory = new Microsoft.Xrm.Sdk.Fakes.StubIOrganizationServiceFactory();
factory.CreateOrganizationServiceNullableOfGuid = id =>
{
return service;
};

SetBpfStage target = new SetBpfStage();

var wfEntity = new Workflow();
wfEntity.Id = Guid.NewGuid();
wfEntity["name"] = "abcabcabc";
var wfEntity1 = new Workflow();
wfEntity1.Id = Guid.NewGuid();
wfEntity1["name"] = "abcabcabc";

var processStageEntity = new ProcessStage();
processStageEntity.Id = Guid.NewGuid();
processStageEntity["name"] = "abcabcabc";
service.ExecuteOrganizationRequest = r =>
{
RetrieveMultipleResponse response = null;
if (((Microsoft.Xrm.Sdk.Query.QueryExpression)((RetrieveMultipleRequest)r).Query).EntityName
== "workflow")
{
List<Entity> entities = new List<Entity> { wfEntity };

response = new RetrieveMultipleResponse
{
Results =
new ParameterCollection
{
{
"EntityCollection",
new EntityCollection
(entities)
}
}
};

return response;
}

if (((Microsoft.Xrm.Sdk.Query.QueryExpression)((RetrieveMultipleRequest)r).Query).EntityName
== "processstage")
{

List<Entity> entities = new List<Entity> { processStageEntity };

response = new RetrieveMultipleResponse
{
Results =
new ParameterCollection
{
{
"EntityCollection",
new EntityCollection
(entities)
}
}
};

return response;
}

return response;
};

service.UpdateEntity = (p) =>
{
};

var invoker = new WorkflowInvoker(target);
invoker.Extensions.Add<ITracingService>(() => tracingService);
invoker.Extensions.Add<IWorkflowContext>(() => workflowContext);
invoker.Extensions.Add<IOrganizationServiceFactory>(() => factory);

var inputs = new Dictionary<string, object>
{
{ "StageName", "New" }
};

invoker.Invoke(inputs);
}

Hope it helps..


Author: Nishant Rana

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