Service Level Testing


    Service level testing encompasses any backend, service, api, and database level testing
    These tests are compromised of: request, response, and verification
    Since these follow the same template, we have opted for using csv file to write the tests
    1 line 1 complete test
    This allows us to add lots of tests to each csv file, covering large number of permutations
    This falls in line with the pyramid of testing


    The csv files are based on template with the following columns
    TestSuite: The name of the test series
    TestCaseID: Unique test id for each test
    RunFlag: set 'Y' to run the test. Set 'N' to skip.
    Description: Short description of the test.
    InterfaceType: The type of testing. Options: RESTfulAPI, SQL. Additional testing types can be added.
    UriPath: The uri path appended to the based uri in the config folder. Applicable to rest api tests.
    ContentType: Type of request. Applicable to rest api tests.
    Method: For Rest API: type of call made: POST, GET, PUT, DELETE
    Option: Additional options to be added for the interface type. Currently, API and SQL do not make use of it.
    RequestHeaders: For API: headers values are added here. The format is key:value separated by ";". eg. Authorization:somekey
    TemplateFile: template file to be used for requests.
    RequestBody: For API: the request goes here. For sql: the query goes here. We can use values set in api config file through the syntax: <@variable>. eg. <@username>, where username="admin" defined in file.
    OutputParams: We can store response values into variables defined here. The variables will then be available for other tests. Syntax: <$variable>. eg. userid=<$adminUserId>. the variable "adminUserId" can then be access by <@adminUserId> in subsequent tests
    RespCodeExp: For API: the expected response code. eg. 200
    ExpectedResponse: Verification of the response goes here. More description in the interface sections.
    TcComment: comment for the tests. eg. disable for such and such reasons.

Service Tests Location

    Service tests are located at: apiTestData -> testCases
    We can specify custom location through apiTestData ->
    api.parallelTestcasePath = "../apiTestData/testCases/"
    The location is from the root of the project ( where pom.xml file is located )

Writing Service Tests

    Writing service tests involved setting the proper values at the csv column

Restful Api Tests

    Configuration: RestApi base url and other config info can be found at RestApi config section
    See Restful Api section for writing tests
    Third party applications can be used to test out the Rest Api calls before adding them to the csv file, such as Postman.
      Same values can be copied over from postman to csv test file

Database Tests

RabbitMQ Tests


Service Bus

Running Service Tests

    We can run the service tests from apiTestData -> runner -> <os> -> apiRunner file
    We can also run the service test using the test suite
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