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Add tests for REST layer #4469

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javanna opened this Issue Dec 16, 2013 · 0 comments

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javanna commented Dec 16, 2013

The idea is to test the REST layer by making use of yaml test suites that can be found on the elasticsearch-rest-api-spec project, which are already used to test all the official elasticsearch clients.

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@javanna javanna closed this in d97a00d Dec 17, 2013

javanna added a commit that referenced this issue Dec 17, 2013

added REST test suites runner
The REST layer can now be tested through tests that are shared between all the elasticsearch official clients.
The tests are based on REST specification that can be found on the elasticsearch-rest-api-spec project and consist of YAML files that describe the operations to be executed and the obtained results that need to be tested.

REST tests can be executed through the ElasticsearchRestTests class, which relies on the rest-spec git submodule that contains the rest spec and tests pulled from the elasticsearch-rest-spec-api project. The rest-spec submodule gets automatically initialized and updated through maven (generate-test-resources phase).

The REST runner and the needed classes are distributed within the test artifact.

The following are the options supported by the REST tests runner:

- tests.rest[true|false|host:port]: determines whether the REST tests need to be run and if so whether to rely on an external cluster (providing host and port) or fire a test cluster (default)
- tests.rest.suite: comma separated paths of the test suites to be run (by default loaded from /rest-spec/test classpath). it is possible to run only a subset of the tests providing a sub-folder or even a single yaml file (the default /rest-spec/test prefix is optional when files are loaded from classpath) e.g. -Dtests.rest.suite=index,get,create/10_with_id
- tests.rest.spec: REST spec path (default /rest-spec/api from classpath)
- tests.iters: runs multiple iterations
- tests.seed: seed to base the random behaviours on
- tests.appendseed[true|false]: enables adding the seed to each test section's description (default false)
- tests.cluster_seed: seed used to create the test cluster (if enabled)

Closes #4469

brusic added a commit to brusic/elasticsearch that referenced this issue Jan 19, 2014

added REST test suites runner
The REST layer can now be tested through tests that are shared between all the elasticsearch official clients.
The tests are based on REST specification that can be found on the elasticsearch-rest-api-spec project and consist of YAML files that describe the operations to be executed and the obtained results that need to be tested.

REST tests can be executed through the ElasticsearchRestTests class, which relies on the rest-spec git submodule that contains the rest spec and tests pulled from the elasticsearch-rest-spec-api project. The rest-spec submodule gets automatically initialized and updated through maven (generate-test-resources phase).

The REST runner and the needed classes are distributed within the test artifact.

The following are the options supported by the REST tests runner:

- tests.rest[true|false|host:port]: determines whether the REST tests need to be run and if so whether to rely on an external cluster (providing host and port) or fire a test cluster (default)
- tests.rest.suite: comma separated paths of the test suites to be run (by default loaded from /rest-spec/test classpath). it is possible to run only a subset of the tests providing a sub-folder or even a single yaml file (the default /rest-spec/test prefix is optional when files are loaded from classpath) e.g. -Dtests.rest.suite=index,get,create/10_with_id
- tests.rest.spec: REST spec path (default /rest-spec/api from classpath)
- tests.iters: runs multiple iterations
- tests.seed: seed to base the random behaviours on
- tests.appendseed[true|false]: enables adding the seed to each test section's description (default false)
- tests.cluster_seed: seed used to create the test cluster (if enabled)

Closes #4469

mute pushed a commit to mute/elasticsearch that referenced this issue Jul 29, 2015

added REST test suites runner
The REST layer can now be tested through tests that are shared between all the elasticsearch official clients.
The tests are based on REST specification that can be found on the elasticsearch-rest-api-spec project and consist of YAML files that describe the operations to be executed and the obtained results that need to be tested.

REST tests can be executed through the ElasticsearchRestTests class, which relies on the rest-spec git submodule that contains the rest spec and tests pulled from the elasticsearch-rest-spec-api project. The rest-spec submodule gets automatically initialized and updated through maven (generate-test-resources phase).

The REST runner and the needed classes are distributed within the test artifact.

The following are the options supported by the REST tests runner:

- tests.rest[true|false|host:port]: determines whether the REST tests need to be run and if so whether to rely on an external cluster (providing host and port) or fire a test cluster (default)
- tests.rest.suite: comma separated paths of the test suites to be run (by default loaded from /rest-spec/test classpath). it is possible to run only a subset of the tests providing a sub-folder or even a single yaml file (the default /rest-spec/test prefix is optional when files are loaded from classpath) e.g. -Dtests.rest.suite=index,get,create/10_with_id
- tests.rest.spec: REST spec path (default /rest-spec/api from classpath)
- tests.iters: runs multiple iterations
- tests.seed: seed to base the random behaviours on
- tests.appendseed[true|false]: enables adding the seed to each test section's description (default false)
- tests.cluster_seed: seed used to create the test cluster (if enabled)

Closes #4469
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