No description, website, or topics provided.
CoffeeScript JavaScript
Clone or download
Fetching latest commit…
Cannot retrieve the latest commit at this time.
Permalink
Failed to load latest commit information.
test
.gitignore
.npmignore
README.md
http.coffee
index.coffee
package-lock.json
package.json

README.md

testx-http-keywords

A library that extends testx with keywords for sending basic http requests. This library is packaged as a npm package

How does it work

From the directory of the art code install the package as follows:

npm install testx-http-keywords --save

After installing the package add the keywords to your protractor config file as follows:

testx.keywords.add(require('testx-http-keywords'))

Keywords

Keyword Argument name Argument value Description Supports repeating arguments
send http [optional request method] request send a http POST request and check if the response status code is 200
url relative url to which the request will be sent No
method request method Optional. Valid values are get, post, put, delete, patch and head. Defaults to get. It is also possible to put the method in the keyword, as in send http post request or send http delete request instead of providing this argument. No
json a valid JSON string that contains the body of the request, will make the Content-Type of the request 'application/json' Optional. Cannot use it together with body. No
body a string that contains the body of the request Optional. Cannot use it together with json. No
headers custom headers Optional. Semicolon or new line-separated string of '='-separated key-value pairs. For example "User-Agent=testx;Something-Else='value with spaces'" No
expected status code expected status code of the response Optional. The test will fail if the actual status code is different; defaults to 200 No
expected response expected content of the response Optional. The test will fail if the actual content (body) of the response is not equal. No
expected response regex a regex to match against the response Optional. The keyword will try to match the provided regular expression against the content (body) of the response and will fail if there is no match; currently it is not possible to provide regex matching options. No
expected headers list of expected response headers Optional. Same format as the headers parameter. The keyword will fail if not all of the expected response headers exist or if they have values different than the expected/specified onesble to provide regex matching options. No
json path/xpath expected value at this json path or xpath Optional. Depending on the Content-Type header this argument will be treated as JSON path or an XPath. The argument name should be the actual path, i.e. "$.address.city" or "//address/city". Yes
expected missing json paths list of expected missing json paths Optional. The keyword will fail if one of the expected response headers exist No
expected present json paths list of expected present json paths Optional. The keyword will fail if one of the expected response headers does not exist No