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Teko CLI Tools

pip install teko-cli

This is a Python package that contains some classes and CLI tools to be used during development process at Teko Vietnam (https://teko.vn).

List of tools:

  • Teko Jira Tools: for pushing test case/ test cycle
  • Teko Jira Export Test: for pytest export jira test case/test cycle
  • Teko Oas Tools: for validate auto doc match with defined doc

1 Installation

To use this tools, Python 3.6+ should be instaled.

Install or upgrade to the latest version:

$ pip install -r requirements.txt
$ pip install --editable .

After successful installation, you should be able to use teko command in your console terminal:

$ teko

You should see this kind of help message:

Usage: teko [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]...

Options:
  --install-completion [bash|zsh|fish|powershell|pwsh]
                                  Install completion for the specified shell.
  --show-completion [bash|zsh|fish|powershell|pwsh]
                                  Show completion for the specified shell, to
                                  copy it or customize the installation.

  --help                          Show this message and exit.

Commands:
  cs
  jira
  oas

Using Teko Jira tool

2.1 Configure Jira credential

This tool use username/password authentication to Jira server, Confluence documentation and working with one Jira project at the same time. Jira server authentication uses 4 environment variables below. You can set these variables to the your environment, or save it to .env file in working directory:

Sample content of .env file:

JIRA_SERVER=jira.teko.vn
JIRA_PROJECT_KEY=<project-key>
JIRA_USERNAME=<jira-username>
JIRA_PASSWORD=<jira-password>
CONFLUENCE_USERNAME=<confluence-username>
CONFLUENCE_PASSWORD=<confluence-password>

2.2 Submit (create) list of testcases to a Jira Project

To push testcases to a Jira Project, you should prepare a .yaml or a .json file, containing list of testcases to be created in Jira, then use following command:

$ teko jira create-tests {testcase_file}

To see help message, use --help option: teko jira create-tests --help:

Usage: teko jira create-tests [OPTIONS] FILE



Arguments:
  FILE  The name of a testcase definition file  [required]

Options:
  --help  Show this message and exit.

Note: This tool uses test case name as identification, so existing tests with same name will be updated with the latest information.

Sample testcases file

  • .yaml file
- name: Testcase 01
  issueLinks: [TESTING-4]
  objective: Test 01 Objective
  precondition: Test 01 Precondition
  testScript:
    type: PLAIN_TEXT
    text: >
      - init x and y <br/>
      - call func add(x, y)
  labels: [ABC, XYZ]
- name: Testcase 02
  issueLinks: [TESTING-4, TESTING-5]
  objective: Test 02 Objective
  precondition: Test 02 Precondition
  priority: Normal
  status: Draft
  testScript:
    type: STEP_BY_STEP
    steps:
    - description: <i>Step 1</i>
      testData: (x,y) = (1,3)
      expectedResult: <strong>4</strong>
    - description: Step 2
      testData: <code>(x,y) = (4,5)</code>
      expectedResult: 9
  • Equivalent .json file:
[
  {
    "name": "Testcase 01",
    "issueLinks": [
      "TESTING-4"
    ],
    "objective": "Test 01 Objective",
    "precondition": "Test 01 Precondition",
    "testScript": {
      "type": "PLAIN_TEXT",
      "text": "- init x and y <br/> - call func add(x, y)\n"
    },
    "labels": ["ABC", "XYZ"]
  },
  {
    "name": "Testcase 02",
    "issueLinks": [
      "TESTING-4",
      "TESTING-5"
    ],
    "objective": "Test 02 Objective",
    "precondition": "Test 02 Precondition",
    "priority": "Normal",
    "status": "Draft",
    "testScript": {
      "type": "STEP_BY_STEP",
      "steps": [
        {
          "description": "<i>Step 1</i>",
          "testData": "(x,y) = (1,3)",
          "expectedResult": "<strong>4</strong>"
        },
        {
          "description": "Step 2",
          "testData": "<code>(x,y) = (4,5)</code>",
          "expectedResult": "9"
        }
      ]
    }
  }
]

2.3 Create test cycle (testrun result) in a Jira Project

To create a testrun report (cycle) to a Jira Project, you should prepare a .yaml or a .json file, containing list of testcases and their result to be created in Jira, then use following command:

$ teko jira create-cycle {testcase_file}

Sample testrun (cycle) file

  • .yaml file
- name: Testcase 01
  testrun_folder: /Sprint 1
  testrun_status: Pass
  testrun_environment: Dev
  testrun_comment: The test has passed successfully
  testrun_duration: 300000
  testrun_date: "2020-12-31T23:59:59Z"  
- name: Testcase 02
  testrun_folder: /Sprint 2
  testrun_status: Fail
  testrun_environment: test1
  testrun_comment: The test has failed on some automation tool procedure
  testrun_duration: 30000
  testrun_date: "2020-12-31T23:59:59Z" 
  • Equivalent .json file
[
  {
    "name": "Testcase 01",
    "testrun_folder": "/Sprint 1",
    "testrun_status": "Pass",
    "testrun_environment": "Dev",
    "testrun_comment": "The test has passed successfully",
    "testrun_duration": 300000,
    "testrun_date": "2020-12-31T23:59:59Z"
  },
  {
    "name": "Testcase 02",
    "testrun_folder": "/Sprint 2",
    "testrun_status": "Fail",
    "testrun_environment": "test1",
    "testrun_comment": "The test has failed on some automation tool procedure",
    "testrun_duration": 30000,
    "testrun_date": "2020-12-31T23:59:59Z"
  }
]

Note:

  • Test run results are grouped into multiple cycles based on their common testrun_folder.
  • testrun_duration is measured in milliseconds.
  • testrun_environment is chosen from available environments that defined by users in the project. Do this by accessing Configuration in Tests Board on Jira.

Sample combined testcase file with test results

Both test case and test run use the same structure. So you can you a single combined the information and the result of a test into one wrapper for both operation: create tests and create cycles. This file can be generated automatically from docstrings and/or annotation/decorator in auto test code.

2.4 Sample combined testcase file with test results

  • .yaml file
- name: Testcase 01
  issueLinks: [TESTING-4]
  objective: Test 01 Objective
  precondition: Test 01 Precondition
  testScript:
    type: PLAIN_TEXT
    text: >
      - init x and y <br/>
      - call func add(x, y)
  labels: ABC, XYZ
  testrun_status: Pass
  testrun_environment: Dev
  testrun_comment: The test has passed successfully
  testrun_duration: 300000
  testrun_date: "2020-12-31T23:59:59Z" 
- name: Testcase 02
  issueLinks: [TESTING-4, TESTING-5]
  objective: Test 02 Objective
  precondition: Test 02 Precondition
  priority: Normal
  status: Draft
  testScript:
    type: STEP_BY_STEP
    steps:
    - description: <i>Step 1</i>
      testData: (x,y) = (1,3)
      expectedResult: <strong>4</strong>
    - description: Step 2
      testData: <code>(x,y) = (4,5)</code>
      expectedResult: 9
  testrun_status: Fail
  testrun_environment: test1
  testrun_comment: The test has failed on some automation tool procedure
  testrun_duration: 30000
  testrun_date: "2020-12-31T23:59:59Z"
  • Equivalent .json file
[
  {
    "name": "Testcase 01",
    "issueLinks": [
      "TESTING-4"
    ],
    "objective": "Test 01 Objective",
    "precondition": "Test 01 Precondition",
    "testScript": {
      "type": "PLAIN_TEXT",
      "text": "- init x and y <br/> - call func add(x, y)\n"
    },
    "labels": ["ABC", "XYZ"],
    "testrun_status": "Pass",
    "testrun_environment": "Dev",
    "testrun_comment": "The test has passed successfully",
    "testrun_duration": 300000,
    "testrun_date": "2020-12-31T23:59:59Z"
  },
  {
    "name": "Testcase 02",
    "issueLinks": [
      "TESTING-4",
      "TESTING-5"
    ],
    "objective": "Test 02 Objective",
    "precondition": "Test 02 Precondition",
    "priority": "Normal",
    "status": "Draft",
    "testScript": {
      "type": "STEP_BY_STEP",
      "steps": [
        {
          "description": "<i>Step 1</i>",
          "testData": "(x,y) = (1,3)",
          "expectedResult": "<strong>4</strong>"
        },
        {
          "description": "Step 2",
          "testData": "<code>(x,y) = (4,5)</code>",
          "expectedResult": "9"
        }
      ]
    },
    "testrun_status": "Fail",
    "testrun_environment": "Test1",
    "testrun_comment": "The test has failed on some automation tool procedure",
    "testrun_duration": 30000,
    "testrun_date": "2020-12-31T23:59:59Z"
  }
]

3 Using export test

3.1 Configure

  • Add to test setting pytest_plugins = ["teko.utils.jira_export_test"] . Example, add to conftest.py
  • To use decorator: from teko.utils.jira_export_test.wraper import jira_test
  • To use test script type STEP_BY_STEP: from teko.models.jira_export_test.test_step import TestStep

Env

  • $JIRA_TEST_CASE_ARTIFACT: test_case file path, default is test_case.json
  • $JIRA_TEST_CYCLE_ARTIFACT: test_cycle file path, default is test_cycle.json
  • Optional: $ENV or $ENVIRONMENT for test cycle env. Default, detect env from $CI_COMMIT_BRANCH

3.2 Write test function

  • example in /sample/jira_export_test/

Maybe you need push test to Jira with teko-tool, this is example gitlab-ci.yml

test:unittest:
  stage: test
  ...
  variables:
    JIRA_TEST_CASE_ARTIFACT: test_case.json
    JIRA_TEST_CYCLE_ARTIFACT: test_cycle.json
  artifacts:
    paths:
      - $JIRA_TEST_CASE_ARTIFACT
      - $JIRA_TEST_CYCLE_ARTIFACT
    expire_in: 1 week
  allow_failure: false


report:push-test:
  stage: report
  image: python:3.7-slim
  variables:
    JIRA_TEST_CASE_ARTIFACT: test_case.json
    JIRA_TEST_CYCLE_ARTIFACT: test_cycle.json
    JIRA_PROJECT_KEY: TESTING
    JIRA_SERVER: jira.teko.vn
    JIRA_USERNAME: changeme
    JIRA_PASSWORD: changeme
    CONFLUENCE_USERNAME: changeme
    CONFLUENCE_PASSWORD: changeme
  script:
    - pip install --upgrade --cache-dir=.pip teko-cli
    - teko jira create-tests $JIRA_TEST_CASE_ARTIFACT
    - teko jira create-cycle $JIRA_TEST_CYCLE_ARTIFACT
  cache:
    key: pip-cache
    paths: [ .pip ]
  allow_failure: true
  when: always
  • Enviroment:
  • $JIRA_TEST_CASE_ARTIFACT: test_case file path, default is test_case.json
  • $JIRA_TEST_CYCLE_ARTIFACT: test_cycle file path, default is test_cycle.json
  • $JIRA_SERVER: jira.teko.vn
  • $JIRA_PROJECT_KEY: TESTING
  • $JIRA_USERNAME: tekobot
  • $JIRA_PASSWORD: *****
  • $CONFLUENCE_USERNAME: tekobot
  • $CONFLUENCE_PASSWORD: *****

4. Teko OAS tool

Open Api Specification tool

  • OpenAPI spec parser and validator
  • OpenAPI spec comparator
  • OpenAPI gen html/pdf (coming soon)
$ teko oas
Usage: teko oas [OPTIONS] COMMAND [ARGS]...

Options:
  --help  Show this message and exit.

Commands:
  diff
  parse

4.1 Parse and validate Openapi spec

This tool parse and validate Openapi spec with input is path to file json/yaml or link to file yaml (json: coming soon) openapi file.

$ teko oas parse <Path/Link to openapi file>

You can see errors if file's format is wrong:

$ teko oas parse sample/oas_tool/sample-doc-false-format.yaml
...
paths./api/v1/rule/{id}.get.parameters.0: Parameter paths./api/v1/rule/{id}.get.parameters.0 must be required since it is in the path
paths./api/v1/rule/{id}.get.parameters.3.schema: Expected paths./api/v1/rule/{id}.get.parameters.3.schema.default to be one of [<class 'int'>], got <class 'str'>

2 errors

4.2 Compare spec

This tool compare between generated spec (from code) and designed spec.

Input is two paths to file json/yaml or link to file yaml (json: coming soon) openapi files.

$ teko oas diff <Path/Link to designed spec> <Path/Link to generated spec> 
  • Example result:
$ teko oas diff sample/oas_tool/sample-doc.yaml sample/oas_tool/sample-param-change.json
[TEKO TOOL][INFO]:        OAS compare spec!
 difference
   paths
     /api/v1/rule/{id} GET
       parameters
         miss_param1
-         Class object
+         None
         miss_param2
-         Class object
+         None
         diff_param_type1
           schema
             type
-             boolean
+             string
             default
-             False
+             None
         diff_param_default_and_in_2
           in
-           header
+           query
           required
-           False
+           True
           schema
             default
-             False
+             True
 miss
 redundancy
[TEKO TOOL][INFO]:        Error: 7
[TEKO TOOL][INFO]:        Warning: 0

4.3 Unit test

Run pytest file "sample/oas_tool_test/test_compare.py" to check compare tool with specific cases and results.

teko-tools $ pytest sample/oas_tool_test/test_compare.py

Change log

[0.1.0] - 2020-12-08

Fixed

  • Initiate

[0.1.1] - 2020-12-11

Fixed

  • First MVP

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