Demo project for Integration testing with Elasticsearch
This project shows how to run integration tests with elasticsearch.
If you clone the repository and run
mvn clean install
It will fail because elasticsearch is not running yet:
[INFO] <JUnit4> says olá! Master seed: 6B97AD13CF87090 Executing 1 suite with 1 JVM. Started J0 PID(4079@MacBook-Pro-David.local). 1> 16:00:20,366 INFO [f.p.t.e.t.i.ElasticsearchIT] Starting a client on http://localhost:9200 1> 16:00:20,931 INFO [f.p.t.e.t.i.ElasticsearchIT] Closing elasticsearch client. ERROR 0.00s | ElasticsearchIT (suite) <<< > Throwable #1: java.net.ConnectException: Connection refused Tests with failures [seed: 6B97AD13CF87090]: - fr.pilato.talk.elasticsearch.tests.integration.ElasticsearchIT (suite)
So the first step is to install elasticsearch locally. If you have Docker installed (which is expected for the next steps anyway), you can run from the project root:
docker run --rm -p 9200:9200 docker.elastic.co/elasticsearch/elasticsearch:7.1.1
Then you can run:
mvn clean install
Or run tests from your IDE.
Once done, stop your containers with:
Look at branch 02-start-docker-from-maven.
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