When you create a content endpoint, you can select supportTest policy to enable the system to run unit tests after deploying a content to the test environment.
- Unit test server
- Test endpoint
Unit Test Server
The test server is a vRO server, where you can run your unit tests against a deployed content in a test endpoint. Whenever you set an orchestrator endpoint as a test endpoint, it tests the vRealize Orchestrator package and is deployed automatically to this endpoint allowing unit or integration tests. There are some basic tests already present in the package and you can extend the tests in the unit test server as well.
Menu options for Unit Test Server
Sample Unit Test Flow
- Common Tests
All tests under the PackageType Common folder are run.
If you go to the unit test server (vRO), under the Content Management Tests, you can view separate folders for all content types. For each content type folder, there is a common folder present where you see all the common workflows that are run for a given content type.
- Package Specific Tests
Specific tests can be run per content name as well. For example, if an Automation-XaaSBlueprint content called "Add AD User" requests a unit test called "Add AD User - Test 1" can be created, which can connect to a given Content endpoint, and run the XaaS Blueprint and wait to see if it was successful. The format of tests is:
<content name - test name>and under the
Whenever you select the unit server while testing content, the new unit tests is also run based on the content type against the deployed content in a test endpoint.
The following lists the overall functionality of unit tests:
- Common unit tests workflows can be written under common folder per content type
- Unit test workflow for a given content can be written under
<Content Type>and name the workflow as
<Content name> - <Tests name>.
- If there is a test failure, then the test displays an error from a workflow.
- Checks the available inputs to test a workflow
Input properties available for a unit test workflow that is provided by the platform.
|version||Version of content being tested.|
|testEndpointLink||The content endpoint link within the repository.|
|tenant||The tenant being connected to.|
|packageVersionLink||The version link to the repository.|
|packageType||Type of Content. Automation-CompositeBlueprint.|
|packageId||Content Unique Identifier in the repository.|
|endpointUser||The username of the endpoint being tested against.|
|endpointServer||The server name of the endpoint being tested against.|
|endpointPassword||The password (SecureString) of the endpoint being tested against.|