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This contains a command line tool, "WopiValidatorExecutor" that uses OfficeOnline's WopiTest application to execute tests which verify the target host's WOPI implementation.
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WopiValidatorExecutor is a command line application which executes the WopiValidator tests to verify the host’s WOPI Implementation.

For more details, please refer the documentation at Wopi Validator Application


Ensure that you have Python Version >= 2.7 installed.

Installation Guide

If you have Python 2 >= 2.7.9 or Python 3 >= 3.4 installed from, you will already have pip and setuptools, but will need to upgrade to the latest version using the instructions below, (more details at -

On Linux or OS X

pip install -U pip setuptools

On Windows

python -m pip install -U pip setuptools

Installation Steps

Installation from the source tree :

$ python install
  • On systems similar to Unix, the installation places a WopiValidatorExecutor-script into a centralized bin directory, which should be in your PATH.
  • On Windows, WopiValidatorExecutor.exe will be placed into a centralized Scripts directory which should also be in your PATH.


Run the WopiValidatorExecutor by passing the WopiSrc of the .wopitest file and a valid WOPI AccessToken enclosed in quotes. :

$ WopiValidatorExecutor "wopisrc" "accesstoken"

Optional Arguments

-s: If you need to provide a specific Wopi Discovery Service Url, you can pass that Url using 
    this argument.

-c: If you need to run the WopiValidator in a specific mode, you can pass the intended 
    VALIDATOR_TEST_CATEGORY using this argument. For more details, please refer the documentation 

-v: Using this argument will turn on verbose logging.


A log file named wopivalidatorexecutor.log will be placed in the installation directory.

Code of Conduct

This project has adopted the Microsoft Open Source Code of Conduct. For more information see the Code of Conduct FAQ or contact with any additional questions or comments.

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