Commit 167686b8 authored by Alex Bronstein's avatar Alex Bronstein
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Issue #3186415 by phenaproxima, Charlie ChX Negyesi, walangitan, pianomansam,...

Issue #3186415 by phenaproxima, Charlie ChX Negyesi, walangitan, pianomansam, dan2k3k4, Al Munnings, larowlan, philltran, cilefen, longwave, alexpott, pookmish, kaynen, Lendude, Gábor Hojtsy, rlnorthcutt, ksenzee: Make oEmbed resource fetcher more tolerant of unexpected Content-Type headers
parent d5968330
......@@ -70,12 +70,16 @@ public function fetchResource($url) {
if (strstr($format, 'text/xml') || strstr($format, 'application/xml')) {
$data = $this->parseResourceXml($content, $url);
elseif (strstr($format, 'text/javascript') || strstr($format, 'application/json')) {
// By default, try to parse the resource data as JSON.
else {
$data = Json::decode($content);
if (json_last_error() !== JSON_ERROR_NONE) {
throw new ResourceException('Error decoding oEmbed resource: ' . json_last_error_msg(), $url);
// If the response is neither XML nor JSON, we are in bat country.
else {
throw new ResourceException('The fetched resource did not have a valid Content-Type header.', $url);
if (empty($data) || !is_array($data)) {
throw new ResourceException('The oEmbed resource could not be decoded.', $url);
$this->cacheSet($cache_id, $data);
namespace Drupal\Tests\media\Unit;
use Drupal\Component\Serialization\Json;
use Drupal\media\OEmbed\ResourceException;
use Drupal\media\OEmbed\ResourceFetcher;
use Drupal\Tests\UnitTestCase;
use GuzzleHttp\Client;
use GuzzleHttp\Handler\MockHandler;
use GuzzleHttp\HandlerStack;
use GuzzleHttp\Psr7\Response;
* @group media
* @coversDefaultClass \Drupal\media\OEmbed\ResourceFetcher
class ResourceFetcherTest extends UnitTestCase {
* Tests how the resource fetcher handles unknown Content-Type headers.
* @covers ::fetchResource
public function testUnknownContentTypeHeader(): void {
$headers = [
'Content-Type' => ['text/html'],
$body = Json::encode([
'version' => '1.0',
'type' => 'video',
'html' => 'test',
$valid_response = new Response(200, $headers, $body);
// Strip off the trailing '}' to produce a response that will cause a JSON
// parse error.
$invalid_response = new Response(200, $headers, rtrim($body, '}'));
// A response that is valid JSON, but does not decode to an array, should
// produce an exception as well.
$non_array_response = new Response(200, $headers, '"Valid JSON, but not an array..."');
$mock_handler = new MockHandler([
$client = new Client([
'handler' => HandlerStack::create($mock_handler),
$providers = $this->createMock('\Drupal\media\OEmbed\ProviderRepositoryInterface');
$fetcher = new ResourceFetcher($client, $providers);
/** @var \Drupal\media\OEmbed\Resource $resource */
$resource = $fetcher->fetchResource('valid');
// The resource should have been successfully decoded as JSON.
$this->assertSame('video', $resource->getType());
$this->assertSame('test', $resource->getHtml());
// Invalid JSON should throw an exception.
try {
$this->fail('Expected a ResourceException to be thrown for invalid JSON.');
catch (ResourceException $e) {
$this->assertSame('Error decoding oEmbed resource: Syntax error', $e->getMessage());
// Valid JSON that does not produce an array should also throw an exception.
$this->expectExceptionMessage('The oEmbed resource could not be decoded.');
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