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change tests submodule from old BVT to vcap-yeti

Change-Id: I34fcc891f1d2133323fec7429e44df460137af73
Signed-off-by: chuny <chuny@chuny.(none)>
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  2. +17 −23 README.md
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@@ -1,9 +1,6 @@
[submodule "services"]
path = services
url = https://github.com/cloudfoundry/vcap-services.git
-[submodule "tests"]
- path = tests
- url = https://github.com/cloudfoundry/vcap-tests.git
[submodule "uaa"]
path = uaa
url = https://github.com/cloudfoundry/uaa.git
@@ -22,3 +19,6 @@
[submodule "stager"]
path = stager
url = https://github.com/cloudfoundry/stager.git
+[submodule "tests"]
+ path = tests
+ url = https://github.com/cloudfoundry/vcap-yeti.git
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@@ -126,29 +126,23 @@ will need to modify the target to include it here, like `api.vcap.me:8080`.
Testing your setup
------------------
-Once the system is installed, you can run the following command Basic System
-Validation Tests (BVT) to ensure that major functionality is working. BVTs
-require additional dependencies of Maven and the JDK, which can be installed
-with:
-
- sudo apt-get install default-jdk maven2
-
-Now that you have the necessary dependencies, you can run the BVTs:
-
- cd cloudfoundry/vcap
- cd tests && bundle package; bundle install && cd ..
- rake tests
-
-### Unit tests can also be run using the following.
-
- cd cloud_controller
- rake spec
- cd ../dea
- rake spec
- cd ../router
- rake spec
- cd ../health_manager
- rake spec
+Once the system is installed, you can run the following Yeti cases(Yeti stands
+for "Yeti Extraordinary Test Infrastructure") to ensure that major functionality
+is working.
+
+You can run the Yeti cases as the following steps:
+
+ cd cloudfoundry/vcap/tests
+ ./update ## this is not required for running administrative test cases
+ bundle exec rake full[1]
+
+During the first time, Yeti will prompt you for information about your environment:
+ - target
+ - test user/test password
+ - admin user/admin password
+ <br>target should be "api.vcap.me".
+ <br>This information except password is saved to ~/.bvt/config.yml file.
+ <br>When run the second time around, Yeti will not prompt for the information again.
### Step 6: you are done, make sure you can run a simple hello world app.
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Submodule tests updated from 03a6a0 to cd5440

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