A TIBCO Fulfilment Provisioning test helper
class TerminateGponLinkTest(fptest.FpTest): def test_workorders(self): expected_workorders = [('LST-ONTDETAIL', 'WOS_Completed'), ('DEL-ONT', 'WOS_Completed')] actual_workorders = [(wo.name, wo.status) for wo in self.cart_order_tracing.outgoing_workorders] self.assertListEqual(expected_workorders, actual_workorders) def request(self): return """ <request> <so> <orderId>1412685518565</orderId> <sod> <!-- Snipped for brevity --> """
fptest.FpTest extends unittest.TestCase and overrides the setUp method to post the contents of request() to FP. It then parses ../runtime/FPNode/cartOrderTracing.00000.log into a format where it is much easier to pull information out of the trace file.
You can then write tests in Python that are expressive and repeatable. I am using nosetests and the --with-xunit flag to output a file of test results that Jenkins is post-processing!
pip install fptest
The following file structure is assumed:
FP-Project/ |-- IntegrationTests `-- runtime `-- FPNode
The directory structure is important as FpTest will look in ../runtime/FPNode for the cartOrderTracing log file.
There are two samples in the /samples directory of this project. These are tests that I am successfully running against my instance of FP.
Documentation to come
- Explanation of setting up cartridge simulators to pass / fail depending on input values
- Explanation of raw_params and params in the work order
- Explanation of self.fp_url and self.fp_node_dir
- Explanation of Trace and WorkOrder
- Order id and self.now()
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