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Data services library

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If you develop services using Spring Boot and maybe Spring Cloud and you do medium sized tests during build process, then this set of Spring Boot auto-configurations might be handy. By adding module into classpath, you will get stateful service, like Couchbase or Kafka, auto-started and available for connection from your application service w/o wiring any additional code. Docker and TestContainers are used to bootstrap stateful service using Spring Cloud bootstrap phase. Usage of Spring Cloud in your production code is optional, but you will need it in tests. See How to use below.

How to use

  1. Install Docker on your machine

  2. Make sure you have Spring Boot and Spring Cloud in classpath of your tests. In case if you need to pick version.

    pom.xml
    <project>
    ...
          <dependency>
                <groupId>org.springframework.cloud</groupId>
                <artifactId>spring-cloud-starter</artifactId>
                <!-- https://mvnrepository.com/artifact/org.springframework.cloud/spring-cloud-starter -->
                <version>[pick version]</version>
            </dependency>
    ...
    </project>
  3. If you do not use Spring Cloud - make it work for tests only:

    pom.xml
    <project>
    ...
            <dependency>
                <groupId>org.springframework.boot</groupId>
                <artifactId>spring-boot-starter</artifactId>
                <!-- https://mvnrepository.com/artifact/org.springframework.boot/spring-boot-starter -->
                <version>[pick version]</version>
            </dependency>
            <dependency>
                <groupId>org.springframework.cloud</groupId>
                <artifactId>spring-cloud-starter</artifactId>
                <!-- https://mvnrepository.com/artifact/org.springframework.cloud/spring-cloud-starter -->
                <version>[pick version]</version>
                <scope>test</scope>
            </dependency>
    ...
    </project>
  4. Add data service library:

    pom.xml
    <project>
    ...
            <dependency>
                <groupId>com.playtika.testcontainers</groupId>
                <artifactId>embedded-kafka</artifactId>
                <!-- https://mvnrepository.com/artifact/com.playtika.testcontainers/ -->
                <version>[pick version]</version>
                <scope>test</scope>
            </dependency>
    ...
    </project>
  5. Use produced properties in your configuration.

    Example:

    /src/test/resources/application.properties
    spring.kafka.bootstrap-servers=${embedded.kafka.brokerList}
    /src/test/resources/bootstrap.properties
    embedded.kafka.topicsToCreate=some_topic

Common configuration options

Shutdown of embedded containers on spring application shutdown immediately

/src/test/resources/application.properties
embedded.containers.forceShutdown=true //default is false
Note
Otherwise, it will be shutdown with delay, see https://github.com/testcontainers/moby-ryuk

Disables all embedded containers

/src/test/resources/bootstrap.properties
embedded.containers.enabled=true //default is true
Note
If you setup, for example embedded.kafka.enabled + embedded.containers.enabled, result will be same as using AND between two booleans.
Note
embedded.kafka.enabled=false will cause DockerNotPresentException if you don’t have docker installed. But embedded.containers.enabled=false won’t cause any exceptions in this case.
Setting1 Setting2 Outcome

embedded.containers.enabled=false

embedded.memsql.enabled=true

Memsql will not start

embedded.containers.enabled=true

embedded.memsql.enabled=false

Memsql will not start

embedded.containers.enabled=true

embedded.memsql.enabled=true

Memsql will start

embedded.containers.enabled is missing

embedded.memsql.enabled is missing

Memsql will start

Setting name Default value Description

embedded.{module-name}.waitTimeoutInSeconds

60

Waiting time for a container to start in seconds

embedded.{module-name}.enabled

true

Enables a container to be started on startup

embedded.{module-name}.reuseContainer

false

Enables a reuse container testcontainers feature.

embedded.{module-name}.command

null

List of keywords which combines into command for container startup. Some modules ship container’s commands by default, so resetting this value may lead to incorrect work of container.

embedded.{module-name}.env

null

key-value map of additional environment variables. Where key is name of variable and value is actual value of it.

embedded.{module-name}.filesToInclude

empty list

List of files to include objects. Each object should have two parameters:

  • classpathResource (path to local file)

  • containerPath (path in a container to where file needs to be copied)

Example:

embedded.redis.filesToInclude:
  classpathResource: "/my_local_file.txt"
  containerPath: "/etc/path_in_container.txt"

How to contribute

Flow

  • There are 2 branches in project: master and develop

  • You need to fork project and create branch from develop

  • You do not need to update project version in pom.xml files, this will be done by release job

  • Once finished - create pull request to develop from your fork, pass review and wait for merge

  • On release, ci job will merge develop into master and remove snapshot + publish artifacts into public maven repo

Checklist for contributing new module

  • Naming/formatting patterns match existing code

  • Test for success scenario

  • Test for negative scenario (autoconfiguration is disabled via properties). How to test autoconfiguration

  • Add new module to testcontainers-spring-boot-bom

  • Module provides documentation in README.adoc and this documentation is included in parent README.adoc (see an example in already existing modules). Documentation should include:

    • maven module declaration

    • consumed properties

    • produced properties

    • notes (if applicable)

    • example of usage

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