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How To Run various testsuite configurations

Base steps

It's recomended to build the workspace including distribution.

cd $KEYCLOAK_SOURCES
mvn clean install -DskipTests=true
cd distribution
mvn clean install

Debugging - tips & tricks

Arquillian debugging

Adding this system property when running any test:

-Darquillian.debug=true

will add lots of info to the log. Especially about:

  • The test method names, which will be executed for each test class, will be written at the proper running order to the log at the beginning of each test class(done by KcArquillian class).
  • All the triggered arquillian lifecycle events and executed observers listening to those events will be written to the log
  • The bootstrap of WebDriver will be unlimited. By default there is just 1 minute timeout and test is cancelled when WebDriver is not bootstrapped within it.

WebDriver timeout

By default, WebDriver has 10 seconds timeout to load every page and it timeouts with error after that. Use this to increase timeout to 1 hour instead:

-Dpageload.timeout=3600000

Surefire debugging

For debugging, the best is to run the test from IDE and debug it directly. When you use embedded Undertow (which is by default), then JUnit test, Keycloak server and adapter are all in the same JVM and you can debug them easily. If it is not an option and you are forced to test with Maven and Wildfly (or EAP), you can use this:

-Dmaven.surefire.debug=true

and you will be able to attach remote debugger to the test. Unfortunately server and adapter are running in different JVMs, so this won't help to debug those.

JBoss auth server debugging

When tests are run on JBoss based container (WildFly/EAP) there is possibility to attach a debugger, by default on localhost:5005.

The server won't wait to attach the debugger. There are some properties what can change the default behaviour.

-Dauth.server.debug.port=$PORT
-Dauth.server.debug.suspend=y

More info: http://javahowto.blogspot.cz/2010/09/java-agentlibjdwp-for-attaching.html

JBoss app server debugging

Analogically, there is the same behaviour for JBoss based app server as for auth server. The default port is set to 5006. There are app server properties.

-Dapp.server.debug.port=$PORT
-Dapp.server.debug.suspend=y

Testsuite logging

It is configured in testsuite/integration-arquillian/tests/base/src/test/resources/log4j.properties . You can see that logging of testsuite itself (category org.keycloak.testsuite) is debug by default.

When you run tests with undertow (which is by default), there is logging for Keycloak server and adapter (category org.keycloak ) in info when you run tests from IDE, but off when you run tests with maven. The reason is that, we don't want huge logs when running mvn build. However using system property keycloak.logging.level will override it. This can be used for both IDE or maven. So for example using -Dkeycloak.logging.level=debug will enable debug logging for keycloak server and adapter.

For more fine-tuning of individual categories, you can look at log4j.properties file and temporarily enable/disable them here.

TODO: Add info about Wildfly logging

Run adapter tests

Undertow

mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/tests/base/pom.xml \
    -Dtest=org.keycloak.testsuite.adapter.**.*Test

Wildfly

# Run tests
mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/pom.xml \
   clean install \
   -Papp-server-wildfly \
   -Dtest=org.keycloak.testsuite.adapter.**

Wildfly with legacy non-elytron adapter

mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/pom.xml \
   clean install \
   -Dskip.elytron.adapter.installation=true \
   -Dskip.adapter.offline.installation=false \
   -Papp-server-wildfly \
   -Dtest=org.keycloak.testsuite.adapter.**

Wildfly deprecated

This is usually previous version of WildFly application server right before current version. See the property wildfly.deprecated.version in the file pom.xml ) .

mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/pom.xml \
   clean install \
   -Pauth-server-wildfly \
   -Papp-server-wildfly-deprecated \
   -Dtest=org.keycloak.testsuite.adapter.**

JBoss Fuse 6.3

  1. Download JBoss Fuse 6.3 to your filesystem. It can be downloaded from http://origin-repository.jboss.org/nexus/content/groups/m2-proxy/org/jboss/fuse/jboss-fuse-karaf Assumed you downloaded jboss-fuse-karaf-6.3.0.redhat-229.zip

  2. Install to your local maven repository and change the properties according to your env (This step can be likely avoided if you somehow configure your local maven settings to point directly to Fuse repo):

    mvn install:install-file
    -DgroupId=org.jboss.fuse
    -DartifactId=jboss-fuse-karaf
    -Dversion=6.3.0.redhat-229
    -Dpackaging=zip
    -Dfile=/mydownloads/jboss-fuse-karaf-6.3.0.redhat-229.zip

  3. Prepare Fuse and run the tests (change props according to your environment, versions etc):

    Prepare Fuse server

    mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/servers/pom.xml
    clean install
    -Papp-server-fuse63
    -Dfuse63.version=6.3.0.redhat-229
    -Dapp.server.karaf.update.config=true
    -Dmaven.local.settings=$HOME/.m2/settings.xml
    -Drepositories=,http://REPO-SERVER/brewroot/repos/sso-7.1-build/latest/maven/
    -Dmaven.repo.local=$HOME/.m2/repository

    Run the Fuse adapter tests

    mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/tests/base/pom.xml
    clean install
    -Pauth-server-wildfly
    -Papp-server-fuse63
    -Dtest=Fuse*AdapterTest

JBoss Fuse 7.0

  1. Download JBoss Fuse 7.0 to your filesystem. It can be downloaded from http://origin-repository.jboss.org/nexus/content/groups/m2-proxy/org/jboss/fuse/fuse-karaf Assumed you downloaded fuse-karaf-7.0.0.fuse-000202.zip

  2. Install to your local maven repository and change the properties according to your env (This step can be likely avoided if you somehow configure your local maven settings to point directly to Fuse repo):

    mvn install:install-file
    -DgroupId=org.jboss.fuse
    -DartifactId=fuse-karaf
    -Dversion=7.0.0.fuse-000202
    -Dpackaging=zip
    -Dfile=/mydownloads/fuse-karaf-7.0.0.fuse-000202.zip

  3. Prepare Fuse and run the tests (change props according to your environment, versions etc):

    Prepare Fuse server

    mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/servers/pom.xml
    clean install
    -Papp-server-fuse70
    -Dfuse70.version=7.0.0.fuse-000202
    -Dapp.server.karaf.update.config=true
    -Dmaven.local.settings=$HOME/.m2/settings.xml
    -Drepositories=,http://REPO-SERVER/brewroot/repos/sso-7.1-build/latest/maven/
    -Dmaven.repo.local=$HOME/.m2/repository

    Run the Fuse adapter tests

    mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/tests/base/pom.xml
    clean test
    -Papp-server-fuse70
    -Dtest=Fuse*AdapterTest

EAP6 with Hawtio

  1. Download JBoss EAP 6.4.0.GA zip

  2. Install to your local maven repository and change the properties according to your env (This step can be likely avoided if you somehow configure your local maven settings to point directly to EAP repo):

    mvn install:install-file
    -DgroupId=org.jboss.as
    -DartifactId=jboss-as-dist
    -Dversion=7.5.21.Final-redhat-1
    -Dpackaging=zip
    -Dfile=/mydownloads/jboss-eap-6.4.0.zip

  3. Download Fuse EAP installer (for example from http://origin-repository.jboss.org/nexus/content/groups/m2-proxy/com/redhat/fuse/eap/fuse-eap-installer/6.3.0.redhat-220/ )

  4. Install previously downloaded file manually

    mvn install:install-file
    -DgroupId=com.redhat.fuse.eap
    -DartifactId=fuse-eap-installer
    -Dversion=6.3.0.redhat-347
    -Dpackaging=jar
    -Dfile=/fuse-eap-installer-6.3.0.redhat-347.jar

  5. Prepare EAP6 with Hawtio and run the test

    Prepare EAP6 and deploy hawtio

    mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/servers
    clean install
    -Pauth-server-wildfly
    -Papp-server-eap6
    -Dapp.server.jboss.version=7.5.21.Final-redhat-1
    -Dfuse63.version=6.3.0.redhat-347

    Run the test

    mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/tests/base/pom.xml
    clean install
    -Pauth-server-wildfly
    -Papp-server-eap6
    -Dtest=EAP6Fuse6HawtioAdapterTest

Migration test

DB migration test

This test will:

  • start Keycloak 1.9.8 (replace with the other version if needed)
  • import realm and some data to MySQL DB
  • stop Keycloak 1.9.8
  • start latest Keycloak, which automatically updates DB from 1.9.8
  • Do some test that data are correct
  1. Prepare MySQL DB and ensure that MySQL DB is empty. See ../../misc/DatabaseTesting.md for some hints for locally prepare Docker MySQL image.

  2. Run the test (Update according to your DB connection, versions etc):

    export DB_HOST=localhost

    mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/pom.xml
    clean install
    -Pauth-server-wildfly,jpa,clean-jpa,auth-server-migration,test-70-migration
    -Dtest=MigrationTest
    -Dmigration.mode=auto
    -Djdbc.mvn.groupId=mysql
    -Djdbc.mvn.version=5.1.29
    -Djdbc.mvn.artifactId=mysql-connector-java
    -Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.url=jdbc:mysql://$DB_HOST/keycloak
    -Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.user=keycloak
    -Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.password=keycloak

The profile "test-7X-migration" indicates from which version you want to test migration. The valid values are:

  • test-70-migration - indicates migration from RHSSO 7.0 (Equivalent to Keycloak 1.9.8.Final)
  • test-71-migration - indicates migration from RHSSO 7.1 (Equivalent to Keycloak 2.5.5.Final)
  • test-72-migration - indicates migration from RHSSO 7.2 (Equivalent to Keycloak 3.4.3.Final)

DB migration test with manual mode

Same test as above, but it uses manual migration mode. During startup of the new Keycloak server, Liquibase won't automatically perform DB update, but it just exports the needed SQL into the script. This SQL script then needs to be manually executed against the DB.

  1. Prepare MySQL DB (Same as above)

  2. Run the test (Update according to your DB connection, versions etc). This step will end with failure, but that's expected:

    mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/pom.xml
    clean install
    -Pauth-server-wildfly,jpa,clean-jpa,auth-server-migration,test-70-migration
    -Dtest=MigrationTest
    -Dmigration.mode=manual
    -Djdbc.mvn.groupId=mysql
    -Djdbc.mvn.version=5.1.29
    -Djdbc.mvn.artifactId=mysql-connector-java
    -Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.url=jdbc:mysql://$DB_HOST/keycloak
    -Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.user=keycloak
    -Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.password=keycloak

  3. Manually execute the SQL script against your DB. With Mysql, you can use this command (KEYCLOAK_SRC points to the directory with the Keycloak codebase):

    mysql -h $DB_HOST -u keycloak -pkeycloak < $KEYCLOAK_SRC/testsuite/integration-arquillian/tests/base/target/containers/auth-server-wildfly/keycloak-database-update.sql

  4. Finally run the migration test, which will verify that DB migration was successful. This should end with success:

    mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/tests/base/pom.xml
    clean install
    -Pauth-server-wildfly,test-70-migration
    -Dskip.add.user.json=true
    -Dtest=MigrationTest

JSON export/import migration test

This will start latest Keycloak and import the realm JSON file, which was previously exported from Keycloak 1.9.8.Final

mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/pom.xml \
  clean install \
  -Pauth-server-wildfly \
  -Dtest=JsonFileImport*MigrationTest

Server configuration migration test

This will compare if Wildfly configuration files (standalone.xml, standalone-ha.xml, domain.xml) are correctly migrated from previous version

mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/tests/other/server-config-migration/pom.xml \
  clean install \
  -Dmigrated.version=1.9.8.Final-redhat-1

For the available versions, take a look at the directory tests/other/server-config-migration/src/test/resources/standalone

Admin Console UI tests

The UI tests are real-life, UI focused integration tests. Hence they do not support the default HtmlUnit browser. Only the following real-life browsers are supported: Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Internet Explorer. For details on how to run the tests with these browsers, please refer to Different Browsers chapter.

The UI tests are focused on the Admin Console. They are placed in the console module and are disabled by default.

The tests also use some constants placed in test-constants.properties. A different file can be specified by -Dtestsuite.constants=path/to/different-test-constants.properties

In case a custom settings.xml is used for Maven, you need to specify it also in -Dkie.maven.settings.custom=path/to/settings.xml.

Execution example

mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/tests/other/console/pom.xml \
    clean test \
    -Dbrowser=firefox \
    -Dfirefox_binary=/opt/firefox-45.1.1esr/firefox

Base UI tests

Similarly to Admin Console tests, these tests are focused on UI, specifically on the parts of the server that are accessed by an end user (like Login page, or Account Console). They are designed to work with mobile browsers (alongside the standard desktop browsers). For details on the supported browsers and their configuration please refer to Different Browsers chapter.

Execution example

mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/tests/other/base-ui/pom.xml \
    clean test \
    -Pandroid \
    -Dappium.avd=Nexus_5X_API_27

Welcome Page tests

The Welcome Page tests need to be run on WildFly/EAP. So that they are disabled by default and are meant to be run separately.

# Prepare servers
mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/servers/pom.xml \
    clean install \
    -Pauth-server-wildfly

# Run tests
mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/tests/other/welcome-page/pom.xml \
    clean test \
    -Pauth-server-wildfly

Social Login

The social login tests require setup of all social networks including an example social user. These details can't be shared as it would result in the clients and users eventually being blocked. By default these tests are skipped.

To run the full test you need to configure clients in Google, Facebook, GitHub, Twitter, LinkedIn, Microsoft, PayPal and StackOverflow. See the server administration guide for details on how to do that. You have to use URLs like http://localhost:8180/auth/realms/social/broker/google/endpoint (with google replaced by the name of given provider) as an authorized redirect URL when configuring the client. Further, you also need to create a sample user that can login to the social network.

The details should be added to a standard properties file. For some properties you can use shared common properties and override when needed. Or you can specify these for all providers. All providers require at least clientId and clientSecret (StackOverflow also requires clientKey).

An example social.properties file looks like:

common.username=sampleuser@example.org
common.password=commonpassword
common.profile.firstName=Foo
common.profile.lastName=Bar
common.profile.email=sampleuser@example.org

google.clientId=asdfasdfasdfasdfsadf
google.clientSecret=zxcvzxcvzxcvzxcv

facebook.clientId=asdfasdfasdfasdfsadf
facebook.clientSecret=zxcvzxcvzxcvzxcv
facebook.profile.lastName=Test

In the example above the common username, password and profile are shared for all providers, but Facebook has a different last name. Profile informations are used for assertion after login, so you have to set them to be same as user profile information returned by given social login provider for used sample user.

Some providers actively block bots so you need to use a proper browser to test. Either Firefox or Chrome should work.

To run the tests run:

mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/pom.xml \
      clean install \
      -Pauth-server-wildfly \
      -Dtest=SocialLoginTest \
      -Dbrowser=chrome \
      -Dsocial.config=/path/to/social.properties

To run individual social provider test only you can use option like -Dtest=SocialLoginTest#linkedinLogin

Different Browsers

You can use many different real-world browsers to run the integration tests. Although technically they can be run with almost every test in the testsuite, they can fail with some of them as the tests often require specific optimizations for given browser. Therefore, only some of the test modules have support to be run with specific browsers.

Mozilla Firefox

  • Supported test modules: console, base-ui
  • Supported version: latest stable
  • Driver download required: GeckoDriver
  • Run with: -Dbrowser=firefox -Dwebdriver.gecko.driver=path/to/geckodriver; optionally you can specify -Dfirefox_binary=path/to/firefox/binary

Google Chrome

  • Supported test modules: console, base-ui
  • Supported version: latest stable
  • Driver download required: ChromeDriver that corresponds with your version of the browser
  • Run with: -Dbrowser=chrome -Dwebdriver.chrome.driver=path/to/chromedriver

Internet Explorer

  • Supported test modules: console, base-ui
  • Supported version: 11
  • Driver download required: Internet Explorer Driver Server; recommended version 3.5.1 32-bit
  • Run with: -Dbrowser=internetExplorer -Dwebdriver.ie.driver=path/to/IEDriverServer.exe

Apple Safari

  • Supported test modules: base-ui
  • Supported version: latest stable
  • Driver download required: no (the driver is bundled with macOS)
  • Run with: -Dbrowser=safari

[DEPRECATED] Mozilla Firefox with legacy driver

  • Supported test modules: console
  • Supported version: 52 ESR (Extended Support Release)
  • Driver download required: no
  • Run with: -Dbrowser=firefox -DfirefoxLegacyDriver=true -Dfirefox_binary=path/to/firefox-52-esr/binary

Automatic driver downloads

You can rely on automatic driver downloads which is provided by Arquillian Drone. To do so just omit the -Dwebdriver.{browser}.driver CLI argument when running the tests.

Mobile browsers

The support for testing with the mobile browsers is implemented using the Appium project. This means the tests can be run with a real mobile browser in a real mobile OS. However, only emulators/simulators of mobile devices are supported at the moment (no physical devices) in our testsuite.

First, you need to install the Appium server. If you have Node.js and npm installed on your machine, you can do that with: npm install -g appium. For further details and requirements please refer to the official Appium documentation. The tests will try to start the Appium server automatically but you can do it manually as well (just by executing appium).

To use a mobile browser you need to create a virtual device. The most convenient way to do so is to install the desired platform's IDE - either Android Studio (for Android devices) or Xcode (for iOS devices) - then you can create a device (smartphone/tablet) there. For details please refer to documentation of those IDEs.

Google Chrome on Android

  • Supported test modules: base-ui
  • Supported host OS: Windows, Linux, macOS
  • Supported browser version: latest stable
  • Supported mobile OS version: Android 7.x, 8.x
  • Run with: mvn clean test -Pandroid -Dappium.avd=name_of_the_AVD where AVD is the name of your Android Virtual Device (e.g. Nexus_5X_API_27)

Tips & tricks:

  • If the AVD name contains any spaces, you need to replace them with underscores when specifying the -Dappium.avd=....
  • It's probable that a freshly created device will contain an outdated Chrome version. To update to the latest version (without using the Play Store) you need to download an .apk for Chrome and install it with adb install -r path/to/chrome.apk.
  • Chrome on Android uses ChromeDriver similarly to regular desktop Chrome. The ChromeDriver is bundled with the Appium server. To use a newer ChromeDriver please follow the Appium documentation.

Apple Safari on iOS

  • Supported test modules: base-ui
  • Supported host OS: macOS
  • Supported browser version: depends on the mobile OS version
  • Supported mobile OS version: iOS 11.x
  • Run with: mvn clean test -Pios -Dappium.deviceName=device_name where the device name is your device identification (e.g. iPhone X)

Run X.509 tests

To run the X.509 client certificate authentication tests:

mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/pom.xml \
      clean install \
  -Pauth-server-wildfly \
  -Dauth.server.ssl.required \
  -Dbrowser=phantomjs \
  "-Dtest=*.x509.*"

Run Mutual TLS Client Certificate Bound Access Tokens tests

To run the Mutual TLS Client Certificate Bound Access Tokens tests:

mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/pom.xml \
      clean install \
  -Pauth-server-wildfly \
  -Dauth.server.ssl.required \
  -Dbrowser=phantomjs \
  -Dtest=org.keycloak.testsuite.hok.HoKTest

Run Mutual TLS for the Client tests

To run the Mutual TLS test for the client:

mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/pom.xml \
      clean install \
  -Pauth-server-wildfly \
  -Dauth.server.ssl.required \
  -Dbrowser=phantomjs \
  -Dtest=org.keycloak.testsuite.client.MutualTLSClientTest

Cluster tests

Cluster tests use 2 backend servers (Keycloak on Wildfly/EAP or Keycloak on Undertow), 1 frontend loadbalancer server node and one shared DB. Invalidation tests don't use loadbalancer. The browser usually communicates directly with the backend node1 and after doing some change here (eg. updating user), it verifies that the change is visible on node2 and user is updated here as well.

Failover tests use loadbalancer and they require the setup with the distributed infinispan caches switched to have 2 owners (default value is 1 owner). Otherwise failover won't reliably work.

The setup includes:

  • a load balancer on embedded Undertow (SimpleUndertowLoadBalancer)
  • two clustered nodes of Keycloak server on Wildfly/EAP or on embedded undertow
  • shared DB

Cluster tests with Keycloak on Wildfly

After build the sources, distribution and setup of clean shared database (replace command according your DB), you can use this command to setup servers:

export DB_HOST=localhost
mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/servers/pom.xml \
-Pauth-server-wildfly,auth-server-cluster,jpa \
-Dsession.cache.owners=2 \
-Djdbc.mvn.groupId=mysql \
-Djdbc.mvn.version=5.1.29 \
-Djdbc.mvn.artifactId=mysql-connector-java \
-Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.url=jdbc:mysql://$DB_HOST/keycloak \
-Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.user=keycloak \
-Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.password=keycloak \
clean install

And then this to run the cluster tests:

mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/tests/base/pom.xml \
-Pauth-server-wildfly,auth-server-cluster \
-Dsession.cache.owners=2 \
-Dbackends.console.output=true \
-Dauth.server.log.check=false \
-Dfrontend.console.output=true \
-Dtest=org.keycloak.testsuite.cluster.**.*Test clean install

Cluster tests with Keycloak on embedded undertow

mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/tests/base/pom.xml \
-Pauth-server-cluster-undertow \
-Dsession.cache.owners=2 \
-Dkeycloak.connectionsInfinispan.sessionsOwners=2 \
-Dbackends.console.output=true \
-Dauth.server.log.check=false \
-Dfrontend.console.output=true \
-Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.url=jdbc:mysql://$DB_HOST/keycloak \
-Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.user=keycloak \
-Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.password=keycloak \
-Dtest=org.keycloak.testsuite.cluster.**.*Test clean install

Run cluster tests from IDE on embedded undertow

The test uses Undertow loadbalancer on http://localhost:8180 and two embedded backend Undertow servers with Keycloak on http://localhost:8181 and http://localhost:8182 . You can use any cluster test (eg. AuthenticationSessionFailoverClusterTest) and run from IDE with those system properties (replace with your DB settings):

-Dauth.server.undertow=false -Dauth.server.undertow.cluster=true -Dauth.server.cluster=true 
-Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.url=jdbc:mysql://localhost/keycloak -Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.driver=com.mysql.jdbc.Driver 
-Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.user=keycloak -Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.password=keycloak -Dkeycloak.connectionsInfinispan.clustered=true -Dresources	 
-Dkeycloak.connectionsInfinispan.sessionsOwners=2 -Dsession.cache.owners=2    

Invalidation tests (subclass of AbstractInvalidationClusterTest) don't need last two properties.

Run cluster environment from IDE

This mode is useful for develop/manual tests of clustering features. You will need to manually run keycloak backend nodes and loadbalancer.

  1. Run KeycloakServer server1 with:

    -Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.url=jdbc:mysql://localhost/keycloak -Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.driver=com.mysql.jdbc.Driver -Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.user=keycloak -Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.password=keycloak -Dkeycloak.connectionsInfinispan.clustered=true -Dkeycloak.connectionsInfinispan.sessionsOwners=2 -Dresources

and argument: -p 8181

  1. Run KeycloakServer server2 with same parameters but argument: -p 8182

  2. Run loadbalancer (class SimpleUndertowLoadBalancer) without arguments and system properties. Loadbalancer runs on port 8180, so you can access Keycloak on http://localhost:8180/auth

Cross-DC tests

Cross-DC tests use 2 data centers, each with one automatically started and one manually controlled backend servers, and 1 frontend loadbalancer server node that sits in front of all servers. The browser usually communicates directly with the frontent node and the test controls where the HTTP requests land by adjusting load balancer configuration (e.g. to direct the traffic to only a single DC).

For an example of a test, see org.keycloak.testsuite.crossdc.ActionTokenCrossDCTest.

The cross DC requires setting a profile specifying used cache server by specifying cache-server-infinispan or cache-server-jdg profile in maven.

Run Cross-DC Tests from Maven

a) Prepare the environment. Compile the infinispan server and eventually Keycloak on JBoss server.

a1) If you want to use Undertow based Keycloak container, you just need to download and prepare the Infinispan/JDG test server via the following command:

mvn -Pcache-server-infinispan,auth-servers-crossdc-undertow -f testsuite/integration-arquillian -DskipTests clean install

note: 'cache-server-infinispan' can be replaced by 'cache-server-jdg'

a2) If you want to use JBoss-based Keycloak backend containers instead of containers on Embedded Undertow, you need to prepare both the Infinispan/JDG test server and the Keycloak server on Wildfly/EAP. Run following command:

mvn -Pcache-server-infinispan,auth-servers-crossdc-jboss,auth-server-wildfly -f testsuite/integration-arquillian -DskipTests clean install

note: 'cache-server-infinispan' can be replaced by 'cache-server-jdg'

note: 'auth-server-wildfly' can be replaced by 'auth-server-eap'

By default JBoss-based containers use TCP-based h2 database. It can be configured to use real DB, e.g. with following command:

mvn -Pcache-server-infinispan,auth-servers-crossdc-jboss,auth-server-wildfly,jpa -f testsuite/integration-arquillian -DskipTests clean install -Djdbc.mvn.groupId=org.mariadb.jdbc -Djdbc.mvn.artifactId=mariadb-java-client -Djdbc.mvn.version=2.0.3 -Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.url=jdbc:mariadb://localhost:3306/keycloak -Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.password=keycloak -Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.user=keycloak

b1) For Undertow Keycloak backend containers, you can run the tests using the following command (adjust the test specification according to your needs):

mvn -Pcache-server-infinispan,auth-servers-crossdc-undertow -Dtest=*.crossdc.* -pl testsuite/integration-arquillian/tests/base clean install

note: 'cache-server-infinispan' can be replaced by 'cache-server-jdg'

note: It can be useful to add additional system property to enable logging:

-Dkeycloak.infinispan.logging.level=debug

b2) For JBoss-based Keycloak backend containers, you can run the tests like this:

mvn -Pcache-server-infinispan,auth-servers-crossdc-jboss,auth-server-wildfly -Dtest=*.crossdc.* -pl testsuite/integration-arquillian/tests/base clean install

note: 'cache-server-infinispan' can be replaced by 'cache-server-jdg'

note: 'auth-server-wildfly can be replaced by auth-server-eap'

note: For JBoss-based Keycloak backend containers on real DB, the previous commands from (a2) and (b2) can be "squashed" into one. E.g.:

mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian clean install -Dtest=*.crossdc.* -Djdbc.mvn.groupId=org.mariadb.jdbc -Djdbc.mvn.artifactId=mariadb-java-client -Djdbc.mvn.version=2.0.3 -Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.url=jdbc:mariadb://localhost:3306/keycloak -Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.password=keycloak -Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.user=keycloak -Pcache-server-infinispan,auth-servers-crossdc-jboss,auth-server-wildfly,jpa clean install

Run Cross-DC Tests from Intellij IDEA

First we will manually download, configure and run infinispan servers. Then we can run the tests from IDE against the servers. It's more effective during development as there is no need to restart infinispan server(s) among test runs.

  1. Download infinispan server 8.2.X from http://infinispan.org/download/ and go through the steps from the Keycloak Cross-DC documentation for setup infinispan servers.

The difference to original docs is, that you need to have JDG servers available on localhost with port offsets. So:

  • The TCPPING hosts should be like this:
<property name="initial_hosts">localhost[8610],localhost[9610]"</property>
  • The port offset when starting node jdg1 should be like: -Djboss.socket.binding.port-offset=1010 and when starting the jdg2 server, then -Djboss.socket.binding.port-offset=2010 . In both cases, the bind address should be just default localhost (In other words, the -b switch can be omitted).

So assume you have both Infinispan/JDG servers up and running.

  1. Setup MySQL database or some other shared database.

  2. Ensure that org.wildfly.arquillian:wildfly-arquillian-container-managed is on the classpath when running test. On Intellij, it can be done by going to: View -> Tool Windows -> Maven projects. Then check profile cache-server-infinispan and auth-servers-crossdc-undertow. The tests will use this profile when executed.

  3. Run the LoginCrossDCTest (or any other test) with those properties. In shortcut, it's using MySQL database and connects to the remoteStore provided by infinispan server configured in previous steps:

-Dauth.server.crossdc=true -Dauth.server.undertow.crossdc=true -Dcache.server.lifecycle.skip=true -Dkeycloak.connectionsInfinispan.clustered=true -Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.url.crossdc=jdbc:mysql://localhost/keycloak -Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.driver.crossdc=com.mysql.jdbc.Driver -Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.user=keycloak -Dkeycloak.connectionsJpa.password=keycloak -Dkeycloak.connectionsInfinispan.clustered=true -Dkeycloak.connectionsInfinispan.remoteStorePort=12232 -Dkeycloak.connectionsInfinispan.remoteStorePort.2=13232 -Dkeycloak.connectionsInfinispan.sessionsOwners=1 -Dsession.cache.owners=1 -Dkeycloak.infinispan.logging.level=debug -Dresources

NOTE: Tests from package manual (eg. SessionsPreloadCrossDCTest) needs to be executed with managed containers. So skip steps 1,2 and add property -Dmanual.mode=true and change "cache.server.lifecycle.skip" to false -Dcache.server.lifecycle.skip=false or remove it.

  1. If you want to debug or test manually, the servers are running on these ports (Note that not all backend servers are running by default and some might be also unused by loadbalancer):

Run Docker Authentication test

First, validate that your machine has a valid docker installation and that it is available to the JVM running the test. The exact steps to configure Docker depend on the operating system.

By default, the test will run against Undertow based embedded Keycloak Server, thus no distribution build is required beforehand. The exact command line arguments depend on the operating system.

General guidelines

If docker daemon doesn't run locally, or if you're not running on Linux, you may need to determine the IP of the bridge interface or local interface that Docker daemon can use to connect to Keycloak Server. Then specify that IP as additional system property called host.ip, for example:

-Dhost.ip=192.168.64.1

If using Docker for Mac, you can create an alias for your local network interface:

sudo ifconfig lo0 alias 10.200.10.1/24

Then pass the IP as host.ip:

-Dhost.ip=10.200.10.1

If you're running a Docker fork that always lists a host component of an image on docker images (e.g. Fedora / RHEL Docker) use -Ddocker.io-prefix-explicit=true argument when running the test.

Fedora

On Fedora one way to set up Docker server is the following:

# install docker
sudo dnf install docker

# configure docker
# remove --selinux-enabled from OPTIONS
sudo vi /etc/sysconfig/docker

# create docker group and add your user (so docker wouldn't need root permissions)
sudo groupadd docker && sudo gpasswd -a ${USER} docker && sudo systemctl restart docker
newgrp docker

# you need to login again after this


# make sure Docker is available
docker pull registry:2

You may also need to add an iptables rule to allow container to host traffic

sudo iptables -I INPUT -i docker0 -j ACCEPT

Then, run the test passing -Ddocker.io-prefix-explicit=true:

mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/tests/base/pom.xml \
    clean test \
    -Dtest=DockerClientTest \
    -Dkeycloak.profile.feature.docker=enabled \
    -Ddocker.io-prefix-explicit=true

macOS

On macOS all you need to do is install Docker for Mac, start it up, and check that it works:

# make sure Docker is available
docker pull registry:2

Be especially careful to restart Docker server after every sleep / suspend to ensure system clock of Docker VM is synchronized with that of the host operating system - Docker for Mac runs inside a VM.

Then, run the test passing -Dhost.ip=IP where IP corresponds to en0 interface or an alias for localhost:

mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/tests/base/pom.xml \
    clean test \
    -Dtest=DockerClientTest \
    -Dkeycloak.profile.feature.docker=enabled \
    -Dhost.ip=10.200.10.1

Running Docker test against Keycloak Server distribution

Make sure to build the distribution:

mvn clean install -f distribution

Then, before running the test, setup Keycloak Server distribution for the tests:

mvn -f testsuite/integration-arquillian/servers/pom.xml \
    clean install \
    -Pauth-server-wildfly

When running the test, add the following arguments to the command line:

-Pauth-server-wildfly -Pauth-server-enable-disable-feature -Dfeature.name=docker -Dfeature.value=enabled