# -*-perl-*-

use strict;
use warnings;

require './t/lib/db-common.pl';

use TheSchwartz;
use Test::More tests => 12;

run_tests(
    4,
    sub {
        my $client = test_client( dbs => ['ts1'] );

        {
            my $job2h;
            for ( 1 .. 2 ) {
                my $job = TheSchwartz::Job->new(
                    funcname => 'Worker::CoalesceTest',
                    arg      => { n => $_ },
                    coalesce => "a$_",
                );
                my $h = $client->insert($job);
                $job2h = $h if $_ == 2;
                ok( $h, "inserted $h" );
            }

            $client->reset_abilities;
            $client->can_do("Worker::CoalesceTest");

            my $job = $client->find_job_with_coalescing_prefix(
                "Worker::CoalesceTest", "a1" );
            Worker::CoalesceTest->work_safely($job);

            # this one should have succeeded:
            is( $job->handle->failures, 0, "no failures on first job" );

            # the second one should have failures:
            is( $job2h->failures, 1, "1 failure on second job" );
        }

        $client->set_current_job(undef);

        teardown_dbs('ts1');
    }
);

############################################################################
package Worker::CoalesceTest;
use base 'TheSchwartz::Worker';

sub work {
    my ( $class, $job ) = @_;
    $job->completed;
    my $arg = $job->arg;

    my $job2 = $job->handle->client->find_job_with_coalescing_prefix(
        "Worker::CoalesceTest", "a2" );
    $job2->set_as_current;
    die "Failed working on job2\n";
}

sub keep_exit_status_for {
    20;
}    # keep exit status for 20 seconds after on_complete
sub grab_for    {10}
sub max_retries {1}
sub retry_delay {10}