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URI Template Tests

This is a set of tests for implementations of RFC6570 - URI Template. It is designed to be reused by any implementation, to improve interoperability and implementation quality.

If your project uses Git for version control, you can make uritemplate-tests into a submodule.

Test Format

Each test file is a JSON document containing an object whose properties are groups of related tests. Alternatively, all tests are available in XML as well, with the XML files being generated by transform-json-tests.xslt which uses json2xml.xslt as a general-purpose JSON-to-XML parsing library.

Each group, in turn, is an object with three children:

  • level - the level of the tests covered, as per the RFC (optional; if absent, assume level 4).
  • variables - an object representing the variables that are available to the tests in the suite
  • testcases - a list of testcases, where each case is a two-member list, the first being the template, the second being the result of expanding the template with the provided variables.

Note that the result string can be a few different things:

  • string - if the second member is a string, the result of expansion is expected to match it, character-for-character.
  • list - if the second member is a list of strings, the result of expansion is expected to match one of them; this allows for templates that can expand into different, equally-acceptable URIs.
  • false - if the second member is boolean false, expansion is expected to fail (i.e., the template was invalid).

For example:

{
  "Level 1 Examples" : 
  {
    "level": 1,
    "variables": {
       "var"   : "value",
       "hello" : "Hello World!"
     },
     "testcases" : [
        ["{var}", "value"],
        ["{hello}", "Hello%20World%21"]
     ]
  }
}

Tests Included

The following test files are included:

  • spec-examples.json - The complete set of example templates from the RFC
  • spec-examples-by-section.json - The examples, section by section
  • extended-tests.json - more complex test cases
  • negative-tests.json - invalid templates

For all these test files, XML versions with the names *.xml can be generated with the transform-json-tests.xslt XSLT stylesheet. The XSLT contains the names of the above test files as a parameter, and can be started with any XML as input (i.e., the XML input is ignored).

License

Copyright 2011-2012 The Authors

Licensed under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (the "License"); you may not use this file except in compliance with the License. You may obtain a copy of the License at

   http://www.apache.org/licenses/LICENSE-2.0

Unless required by applicable law or agreed to in writing, software distributed under the License is distributed on an "AS IS" BASIS, WITHOUT WARRANTIES OR CONDITIONS OF ANY KIND, either express or implied. See the License for the specific language governing permissions and limitations under the License.

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