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Smart House Tests

This repository contains tests for virtual smart home, written with PatrIoT Framework.


This is the list of installed software you'll need in order to run this example of integration tests with PatrIoT Framework.

  • Java in version 8 or higher
  • Maven
  • Docker
  • Docker compose

Environment setup

In order to run these tests you need to have the tested software prepared and ready. Please follow the Build Docker at repositories:

Pull the router image by executing comand:

$ docker pull patriotframework/patriot-router:latest

Then you can start up the monitoring environment:

$ docker-compose up -d

The command will start the monitoring environment with output similar to this:

Creating network "smarthousetests_default" with the default driver
Creating smarthousetests_mongodb_1       ... done
Creating smarthousetests_elasticsearch_1 ... done
Creating smarthousetests_kibana_1        ... done
Creating smarthousetests_graylog_1       ... done

Please not the network name and execute following command:

$ docker newtwork inspect ${NETWORK_NAME}

Where the network name is the name printed by docker-compose on the first line, in this case the name would be smarthousetests_default, and note the ip address for graylog container, in our case named smarthousetests_graylog_1. The output for graylog will be similar to

            "eb410e97891a323aca5120bb46e319cad66b63e181ad60f2fdb6dbbe478dab01": {
                "Name": "smarthousetests_graylog_1",
                "EndpointID": "9204f94f1c3c7699c209a81e6b7053f55c70bf278be0c6d25e6139510feca712",
                "MacAddress": "02:42:ac:12:00:05",
                "IPv4Address": "",
                "IPv6Address": ""

When you'll have the ip address of graylog, set it to the file src/test/resources/ to key io.patriot_framework.monitoring.addr, in this case


By this step all the preparation is done.

Executing the tests

When all of the preparation is done you can execute all of the tests by executing

$ mvn clean test

The command will:

  • Setup the testing environment and deploy testes applications
  • Execute the tests
  • Clean up all resources

Clean up after failed setup or tear down

If for some reason the setup phase ended in the middle of setup (e.g. user interruption) or before tear down, you can delete all of the docker resources related to test run by following command

docker rm -f smarthome Internal1 External1 gateway
docker network rm SmartHome GatewayNetwork

Stopping the monitoring environment

If you'll need to stop the monitoring environment, without deletion (e.g. stop the containers but with data intact) you can perform it by following command

$ docker-compose stop

Then the environment can be restarted by

$ docker-compose start

If you'd need to remove all of the resources (network, containers), then you'll need to execute

$ docker-compose down

WARNING The removal of the containers does mean, that you'll need to start the deployment from the top, because the network for the monitoring environment will be deleted and new one might have different properties (e.g. network address).


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