After adding content, you can test your content in a staging environment. You test content to ensure that it is ready for release.

The following procedure shows how to test content obtained from a vRealize Orchestrator endpoint.

Prerequisites

  • Verify that the appliance name and fully qualified domain name of the vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager instance are available.
  • Verify that the URL variable is assigned.
    url='https://LCM-Hostname'
  • Verify that the content package you want to test has been added to vRealize Suite Lifecycle Manager.

Procedure

  1. Assign the reference ID of an existing vRealize Orchestrator endpoint to a variable name.
    vROEndpoint = '<referenceID>'
  2. To test your captured content in a staging environment, execute the following command. This example uses a vRealize Orchestrator endpoint as a unit test server to perform basic pre-defined tests on content, so its endpoint ID is specified for the unitTestEndpointID.
    curl -X POST \
      '$url/lcm/cms/api/v1/contents/pipelines' \
      -H 'Accept: application/json' \
      -H 'Content-Type: application/json' \
      -d '{
        "stages": [
          {
            "comment": "bjbhbj",
            "endpointIds": ["0a712e24-14ce-4aa9-aeb6-3651a7480a3b"],
            "tagNames": [],
            "contents": [],
            "contentVersionIds": ["2ebc459f-617a-4470-9108-1df61aaa269c"],
            "stage": "TEST",
            "deployLatest": true,
            "includeDependencies": true,
            "stopUnitTestsOnFirstFailure": true,
            "stopDeployOnFirstFailure": true,
            "enableUnitTests": true,
            "enableDeploy": true,
            "deployAllFiles": true,
            "unitTestEndpointId": "{$vROEndpoint}"
          }
        ]
    }'| jq "."
  3. To track the status of the request, examine the response.
    {
       "requestId":"f8951a41-b811-4645-81bb-3eb1b09a25cc",
       "status":"IN_PROGRESS"
    }