Loads params from Codeception config and pass them to test scenarios.
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Codeception Config Module

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Loads params from Codeception config and pass them to test scenarios.

Installation

Add the package into your composer.json:

{
    "require-dev": {
        "codeception/codeception": "^2.2",
        "justblackbird/codeception-config-module": "^1.0"
    }
}

Update the dependencies to download the package:

php composer.phar update

Then enable module in your acceptance.suite.yml configuration and any configs you want to pass to test scenarios:

class_name: AcceptanceTester
modules:
    enabled:
        - Config:
            # You can use any configs in the list. There no limitations on
            # the parameters names.
            foo: 'Foo value'
            bar: 'Bar value'
            cookies_price: '$3.50'
        - PhpBrowser:
            url: 'https://example.com/'
        - \Helper\Acceptance

Also you need to rebuild your actor class:

php codecept.phar build

Usage

First you need to specify parameters you want to pass to test scenario in Codeception config. Assume we need to use username and password to test login process. The acceptance.suite.yml file might look like:

class_name: AcceptanceTester
modules:
    enabled:
        - Config:
            username: 'john_doe'
            password: 'foobarbaz123'
        - PhpBrowser:
            url: 'https://example.com/'
        - \Helper\Acceptance

After you've set params in the config file you can use them in an acceptance scenarios. Here is an example:

<?php

$I = new AcceptanceTester($scenarion);
$I->fillField('Username', $I->grabFromConfig('username'));
$I->fillField('Password', $I->grabFromConfig('password'));
$I->click('Log in');
$I->see('You\'ve just logged in!');

API

grabFromConfig($parameter)

Retrieves the specified parameter from module configs. If the parameter was not specified an exception is thrown.

License

MIT (c) Dmitriy Simushev