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Chicago Open311 API Tests

A suite of tests to exercise the City of Chicago Open311 API Servers

Setup

Ruby is required to run these tests. You can get Ruby on a Mac using RVM or on Windows using RubyInstaller.

Once you have a working Ruby and rubygems install, download the required gem dependencies using Bundler:

# Shell/Terminal
$ gem install bundler
$ bundle install

Setup a .env file in the root of the project with your Chicago Open311 API Key and Base URL of site to test

# .env
OPEN311_API_KEY=SECRET
OPEN311_BASE_URL=http://url.to.test/path/to/api/

You can also export these environment variables into your shell

# Shell/Terminal Unix/Linux/Mac-specific
$ export OPEN311_API_KEY=SECRET
$ export OPEN311_BASE_URL=http://url.to.test/path/to/api/

The test suite with error and exit if you do not have OPEN311_API_KEY and OPEN311_BASE_URL environment variables setup.

Running

Run tests using rake

# Shell/Terminal
$ rake test

The task rake test is actually aliased to the default task the following works as well

# Shell/Terminal
$ rake

Your results should look something like this:

Feature: API `GET` Service

  Scenario: API `GET` Service                           # features/api_get_service.feature:2
    When I call the Service API via GET                 # features/step_definitions/api_get_service.rb:1
    Then I should get back a list of service attributes # features/step_definitions/api_get_service.rb:5

Feature: API `GET` Service List

  Scenario: API `GET` Service List                                                # features/api_get_service_list.feature:2
    When I call the Service List API via GET                                      # features/step_definitions/api_get_service_list.rb:1
    Then I should get back a list of services and service codes available for use # features/step_definitions/api_get_service_list.rb:5

Feature: API `POST` Request

  Scenario: Creating a request and retrieving it          # features/api_post_request.feature:2
    When I create a new request                           # features/step_definitions/api_post_request.rb:1
    And I retrieve the Service ID using the request token # features/step_definitions/api_post_request.rb:18
    Then I should be able to retrieve the request         # features/step_definitions/api_post_request.rb:23

3 scenarios (3 passed)
8 steps (8 passed)
1m1.696s

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