This is an example on how to implement a test using the PetClinic Sample Application.
- Java JDK version 8 installed
- Maven installed (version equal or greater than 3.2.3)
- git installed
- Latest Firefox installed
Get and start the PetClinic Sample Application
git clone https://github.com/SpringSource/spring-petclinic.git cd spring-petclinic git reset --hard 482eeb1c217789b5d772f5c15c3ab7aa89caf279 mvn tomcat7:run
To verify that the Sample Application is running, open it: http://localhost:9966/petclinic/. It should display this:
Get and run the GraphWalker test example
git clone https://github.com/GraphWalker/graphwalker-example.git cd graphwalker-example/java-petclinic mvn graphwalker:test
The tests is designed using yEd. The test design is divided between 5 models.
What you would expect when running the test, is that Firefox will open, and the test will start navigating around the Pet Clinic web site.
The video below runs the PetClinic test using maven from the command line:
Another way of running the same test, is using docker. The advantage is that Firefox with a specific version 47.0.1 is pre-installed, eliminating conflicts with newer versions of firefox and versions of selenium. Also, the petclinic webserver is installed and launched at startup automatically. You need to have docker installled on you machine. At this time, this is only confirmed to work on linux.
docker pull graphwalker/petclinic docker run -ti --rm -e DISPLAY -v /tmp/.X11-unix:/tmp/.X11-unix \ -v $HOME/.Xauthority:/home/developer/.Xauthority \ --net=host --pid=host --ipc=host graphwalker/petclinic
The Models - The Test Design
The models can be found in folder:
When opened in yEd, the models will look like this:
The main model: PetClinic
The Find Owners model
The Veterinarians model
The Owner Information model
The New Owner model