Binding Test functions

  • _AFT.testVerbStatusSuccess(testName, api, verb, args, setUp, tearDown)

    Simply test that the call of a verb successfully returns.

    setUp and tearDown are functions that can be added to your context, it works just like _AFT.beforeEach() and _AFT.afterEach(), setUp will be ran before your testFunction and _AFT.beforeEach() (if set) functions, tearDown will be ran after your testFunction and _AFT.afterEach() (if set) functions.

  • _AFT.testVerbStatusError(testName, api, verb, args, setUp, tearDown)

    The inverse than above.

    setUp and tearDown are functions that can be added to your context, it works just like _AFT.beforeEach() and _AFT.afterEach(), setUp will be ran before your testFunction and _AFT.beforeEach() (if set) functions, tearDown will be ran after your testFunction and _AFT.afterEach() (if set) functions.

  • _AFT.testVerbResponseEquals(testName, api, verb, args, expectedResponse, setUp, tearDown)

    Test that the call of a verb successfully returns and that verb’s response is equals to the expectedResponse.

    setUp and tearDown are functions that can be added to your context, it works just like _AFT.beforeEach() and _AFT.afterEach(), setUp will be ran before your testFunction and _AFT.beforeEach() (if set) functions, tearDown will be ran after your testFunction and _AFT.afterEach() (if set) functions.

  • _AFT.testVerbResponseEqualsError(testName, api, verb, args, expectedResponse, setUp, tearDown)

    The inverse than above.

    setUp and tearDown are functions that can be added to your context, it works just like _AFT.beforeEach() and _AFT.afterEach(), setUp will be ran before your testFunction and _AFT.beforeEach() (if set) functions, tearDown will be ran after your testFunction and _AFT.afterEach() (if set) functions.

  • _AFT.testVerbCb(testName, api, verb, args, expectedResponse, callback, setUp, tearDown)

    Test the call of a verb with a custom callback. From this callback you will need to make some assertions on what you need (verb JSON return object content mainly).

    If you don’t need to test the response simply specify an empty LUA table.

    setUp and tearDown are functions that can be added to your context, it works just like _AFT.beforeEach() and _AFT.afterEach(), setUp will be ran before your testFunction and _AFT.beforeEach() (if set) functions, tearDown will be ran after your testFunction and _AFT.afterEach() (if set) functions.

  • _AFT.testVerbCbError(testName, api, verb, args, expectedResponse, callback, setUp, tearDown)

    Should return success on failure.

    setUp and tearDown are functions that can be added to your context, it works just like _AFT.beforeEach() and _AFT.afterEach(), setUp will be ran before your testFunction and _AFT.beforeEach() (if set) functions, tearDown will be ran after your testFunction and _AFT.afterEach() (if set) functions.

  • _AFT.testEvtReceived(testName, eventName, timeout, setUp, tearDown)

    Prior to be able to check that an event has been received, you have to register the event with the test framework using _AFT.addEventToMonitor function.

    Check if an event has been correctly received in time (timeout in µs). An event name use the application framework naming scheme: api/event_name.

  • _AFT.testEvtNotReceived(testName, eventName, timeout, setUp, tearDown)

    Prior to be able to check that an event has not been received, you have to register the event with the test framework using _AFT.addEventToMonitor function.

    Check if an event has not been correctly received in time (timeout in µs). An event name use the application framework naming scheme: api/event_name.

  • _AFT.testGrpEvtReceived(testName, eventGrp, timeout, setUp, tearDown)

    Prior to be able to check that a group of event (a table of event) has been received, you have to register the event with the test framework using _AFT.addEventToMonitor function.

    The table has to have this format:

      eventGrp = {["api/event_name_1"]=1,["api/event_name_2"]=2,["api/event_name_3"]=5}
    

    As you can see, in the table, event names are table keys and the value stored are the number of time that the events have to be received.

    Check if events has been correctly received in time (timeout in µs). An event name use the application framework naming scheme: api/event_name.