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To run an application's tests inside of a WildFly container, you can use the test-in-container task.

This task runs WildFly, deploys the project to it, runs all tests found beneath the test/ directory, undeploys the app, and then shuts down WildFly. All tests found on the classpath of the project will be executed.

An Immutant war must be available in the fileset.

The task's behavior can be configured with the following options:

  • :cluster - If true, the application will be deployed to the default cluster defined in the WildFly domain configuration (which defaults to two nodes), with the tests being run on one of the nodes. Defaults to false.

  • :debug - If true, the server will be started with remote-debugging enabled. This means it will start, but immediately suspend, waiting for a remote debugger to attach to port 8787.

  • :port-offset - The test WildFly instance(s) is started with offset ports so it won't collide with a dev WildFly you may be running on the standard ports. By default, the ports are offset by 67.

  • :war-name - The name of the war in the fileset to test. Defaults to "project.war".

  • :wildfly-home - Specifies the path to the WildFly install to be used. If not provided, the $WILDFLY_HOME environment variable will be used.

TODO: add a way to run a subset of the tests.

Example

To use test-in-container, you'll need to add an Immutant war to the fileset:

(require '[boot.immutant :refer :all])

(deftask build-war []
  (comp
    (uber :as-jars true)
    (aot :all true)
    (gird :init-fn 'my-app.core/init)
    (war)
    (target)))

(deftask run-tests []
  (comp
    (build-war)
    (test-in-container)))