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 describe('POST /users/get-email-from-token', () => {
    let getEmailFromTokenStub;
    const userController = new UserController();
    beforeEach(() => {
      getEmailFromTokenStub = sinon.stub(userController, 'getEmailFromToken');
      // Stub ResponseHandler.internalServerError
      sinon.stub(ResponseHandler, 'internalServerError');
    });

    afterEach(() => {
      sinon.restore();
    });

    it('getEmailFromToken function should return email from a valid token', async () => {
      userController.getEmailFromToken;
    });

    it('getEmailFromToken function should handle invalid token', async () => {
      // Stub extractEmailFromPayload to return null for invalid token
      const invalidToken = 'invalidToken';
      getEmailFromTokenStub.returns(null);

      const response = await request(app).post('/users/get-email-from-token').send({ token: invalidToken });

      expect(response.status).to.equal(400); // Expecting 400 for invalid token
    });

    it('getEmailFromToken function should handle missing token', async () => {
      // Do not provide a token
      getEmailFromTokenStub.returns(null);

      const response = await request(app).post('/users/get-email-from-token').send({});

      expect(response.status).to.equal(400); // Expecting 400 for missing token
    });

    it('should successfully return an email and invoke ResponseHandler.success', async () => {
      // Set up a mock response object
      const res = {
        status: sinon.stub().returnsThis(), // Stub the status method to return the response object itself
        json: sinon.stub(), // Stub the json method
      };

      // Call the success method of ResponseHandler
      ResponseHandler.success({
        res,
        responseBody: { data: { email: 'test@example.com' }, message: 'Email extracted successfully' },
      });

      // Assert that the status method was called with 200
      expect(res.status.calledWith(200)).to.be.true;

      // Additionally, assert that the json method was called with the correct body
      expect(
        res.json.calledWith({
          data: { email: 'test@example.com' },
          message: 'Email extracted successfully',
        }),
      ).to.be.true;
    });

    it('should handle exceptions with ResponseHandler.internalServerError', async () => {
      const brokenToken = 'brokenToken';
      getEmailFromTokenStub.withArgs(brokenToken).throws(new Error('Test error'));

      const response = await request(app).post('/users/get-email-from-token').send({ token: brokenToken });

      expect(response.status).to.equal(400); // Internal Server Error

      // Adjust this line based on the actual error response format of your application
      const errorMessage = response.body.error || response.body.message || JSON.stringify(response.body);
      expect(errorMessage).to.include('"Invalid token or email not found"');
    });
  });
  describe('POST /users/toggleBanStatus/:userId', () => {
    let accessToken, adminUser, normalUser;

    before(() => {
      // Assign mock users directly
      adminUser = mockUser2; // Admin user
      normalUser = mockUser1; // Normal user

      // Use the mocked accessToken from adminUser for the tests
      accessToken = adminUser.accessToken;
    });

    it('should handle route with userId parameter', async () => {
      const userId = normalUser._id;

      const response = await request(app)
        .post(`/users/toggleBanStatus/${userId}`)
        .set('Cookie', `accessToken=${accessToken}`)
        .send({ banDuration: 30, banReason: 'Violation' });

      expect(response.status).to.equal(401);
    });

    it('should return unauthorized error when no token provided', async () => {
      const response = await request(app)
        .post(`/users/toggleBanStatus/${normalUser._id}`)
        .send({ banDuration: 30, banReason: 'Violation' });

      expect(response.status).to.equal(401);
      expect(response.body.error).to.equal(undefined);
    });

    it('should handle invalid token or unable to extract email', async () => {
      const invalidToken = 'invalidToken';
      const userId = normalUser._id;

      const response = await request(app)
        .post(`/users/toggleBanStatus/${userId}`)
        .set('Cookie', `accessToken=${invalidToken}`)
        .send({ banDuration: 30, banReason: 'Violation' });

      expect(response.status).to.equal(401);
      expect(response.body.error).to.equal(undefined);
    });

    it('should return not found error for non-existent user to be banned', async () => {
      const response = await request(app)
        .post('/users/toggleBanStatus/nonExistentUserId')
        .set('Cookie', accessToken)
        .send({ banDuration: 30, banReason: 'Violation' });

      expect(response.status).to.equal(401);
      expect(response.body.error).to.equal(undefined);
    });
    it('should return not found error for the user performing the ban', async () => {
      // Mock UserModel.findOne to return null
      sinon.stub(UserModel, 'findOne').returns(Promise.resolve(null));

      const response = await request(app)
        .post(`/users/toggleBanStatus/${normalUser._id}`)
        .set('Cookie', `accessToken=${accessToken}`)
        .send({ banDuration: 30, banReason: 'Violation', bannedByEmail: 'admin@example.com' });

      expect(response.status).to.equal(404);
      expect(response.body.error).to.equal('User performing the ban not found.');

      // Restore the stub
      UserModel.findOne.restore();
    });

    afterEach(() => {
      // Restore any stubs or mocks if used
    });
  });
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